The 11th Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD), an annual event focusing on digital access and inclusion and the more than one billion people with disabilities/impairments, took place on Thursday, May 19.
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The 2022 School of Arts & Sciences Award for Teaching Excellence has been awarded to Daniel Bramer, Ph.D., associate professor of Philosophy and Religious Studies, to recognize his engagement with students, commitment to engaging and innovation, and desire to increase teaching excellence through DEI initiatives and curricular development.
School of Education Students Participate in “Special Education: Connecting Theory to Practice” Program
During the Spring 2022 semester, several Holy Family University School of Education students in their senior year participated in the Special Education: Connecting Theory to Practice program, an initiative that incorporates features of collaborative service delivery and the varied use of technology in special education.
School of Education Hosts Early Childhood and Early Childhood/Special Education Student Teacher Recognition Event
On Tuesday, April 19, 2022, the School of Education at Holy Family University recognized the student teachers who completed their field placement at the School of Education Field Placement Recognition Event in the Education and Technology Center Auditorium.
Holy Family University student Kevin Flynn has been selected to receive the 2022 Greenspan Scholarship Award by the Philadelphia Continental Chapter Sons of the American Revolution.
While preparing education students for classroom instruction is an essential part of any teaching education program, another important part of a future teacher’s education is developing career skills to help them thrive in their careers as educators.
Seven Holy Family University professors are recipients of the 2022 Ray and Mildred Taylor Awards to fund three important research and publication initiatives, according to Shelley Robbins, Ph.D., interim vice president of Academic Affairs.
Drs. Alexa Bonacquisti and Melinda Parisi Cummings, assistant professors of Counseling Psychology, have presented and published on the development and implementation of an innovative curriculum for teaching doctoral-level psychodiagnostic, intellectual, and personality assessment.
Holy Family University’s School of Professional Studies announces that the Master of Science in Accountancy (MSA) has been revised to reflect the changing needs in the field of accounting.
On June 30, Holy Family University held the official grand opening of the Center for Teaching & Learning (CTL), a new resource for students, faculty, and staff.
Just over one year ago, Holy Family University transitioned its operations to an entirely virtual setting as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, which entailed a massive effort to assess critical needs, source technology, and infrastructure, train and educate faculty and students on the University’s plans, communicate clear guidance, and receive user insights through comprehensive messaging and surveying.
On March 27, Holy Family University hosted the 2021 SEPCHE Honors Conference, a virtual edition of the annual education showcase event for students at the eight independent schools of higher education in southeastern Pennsylvania that constitute SEPCHE (Southeastern Pennsylvania Consortium for Higher Education).
Six Holy Family University professors are recipients of the 2021 Ray and Mildred Taylor Awards to fund three important research and publication initiatives. This year’s honorees will pursue research initiatives in the areas of providing postpartum psychosocial support, developing strategic plans for the School of Business, and creating early childhood education mentorship programs.
Nineteen students from Holy Family University will travel to Chestnut Hill College to participate in the 18th Annual SEPCHE Honors Conference on April 2. Holy Family students will present work on various subjects, including academics and art.