Marking the centennial of the Armistice, Dr. John Hepp, a professor of history at Wilkes University, will focus on how the horrors of World War I, America’s intervention in the war, and the subsequent peace conference affected Americans’ attitudes to war and peace. This event will take place on Friday, November 9, at 7 pm in the ETC Auditorium. The lecture is free and open to the public.
Alexa Bonacquisti, PhD joined Holy Family University’s Psychology program as its newest Assistant Professor this fall semester. Dr. Bonacquisti brings years of research focused on women’s reproductive health psychology and perinatal mental health. She recently sat down with Holy Family University to discuss her interesting research field, her classroom philosophy, and her favorite hobbies that help her unwind.
Holy Family University Art Gallery presents Middle Ground, works by Jonathan Clyde Frey
Exhibit: November 2 – December 2, 2018
Artists Talk and Reception: Wednesday, November 7 | 12 pm – 2 pm
The Holy Family University Art Gallery is pleased to present presents Middle Ground, works by Jonathan Clyde Frey.
As we mourn the tragedy at Tree of Life (L'Simcha) Congregation on Saturday, which claimed the life of eleven people and injured others, we are reminded of the senseless devastation and suffering that hatred of all sorts produces.
Please join in praying as a campus community for all of those affected in any way by this horrific carnage. Likewise, let us reaffirm our commitment to the oneness of the human family and our intolerance of discrimination and hatred in any form.
Holy Family University’s Marian Hall, located on the corner of Frankford Avenue and Grant Avenue, has recently gone through a transformative restoration courtesy of a generous, anonymous donor. The building was officially blessed and a ribbon cutting ceremony was held on Tuesday, October 23.
Keith Kopka, PhD brings his love for prose and poems to Holy Family University as its newest Assistant Professor of English. Dr. Kopka, who specializes in creative writing, sat down with Holy Family University to discuss his favorite authors, his passion for the written word, and his love of music.
Holy Family University was named the 174th Best College by Money Magazine in 2018-19, an increase of 22 spots from the previous year's rankings.
The Graduate Criminal Justice Program hosted the Bucks County Commissioners' Meeting on Wednesday, October 3 at Holy Family University’s Newtown location. Sister Maureen McGarrity, CSFN, PhD, President of Holy Family University and Dr. James Garvey, Vice President for University Advancement, were on hand to welcome the Commissioner and distinguished guests.
Holy Family University Art Gallery presents Monuments to Strangers, works by Johanna Warwick
Exhibit: October 5-28, 2018
Artists Talk and Reception: Wednesday, October 10 | 12 pm – 2 pm