Monthly Archives: April 2014

School of Education Faculty Present at Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Commons Conference in Savannah, GA

On March 27, 2014, Dr. Roseanna Wright, Dr. Claire Sullivan, Dr. Maria Agnew and Dr. Brian Berry, School of Education faculty, traveled to Savannah to present on three studies currently underway at Holy Family University. The studies explore the best approach or approaches to support faculty in designing and teaching blended courses, The studies address […]

Lia van Rijswijk Has Study Results Published

Lia van Rijswijk, MSN, RN, CWCN, instructor at Holy Family University School of Nursing and Allied Health Professions, recently published the results of a research project to develop an evidence-based algorithm to help health care professionals prevent pressure ulcers. The results were published in the journal Ostomy Wound Management. See: http://www.o-wm.com/files/owm/pdfs/OWM_November2013_vanRijswijk_0.pdf On Friday April 25th […]

Professor Daniel Mankowski’s Doctoral Dissertation to be Published on Scholars’ Library

Daniel C. Mankowski Ed.D,. Assistant Professor of Speech and Theatre, will have his doctoral dissertation, “PERFORMING SHAKESPEARE: FUN AND GAMES OR PURPOSEFUL EMANCIPATORY, AND EMPOWERING PEDAGOGY?” electronically published and made available in the “Scholars’ Library” on the Maxine Greene Center’s web site – “The Maxine Greene Center for Aesthetic Education and Social Change” http://www.maxinegreene.org/ This […]

Professor Flynn Exhibits New Work at The Phoenix Gallery, NYC

Pamela Flynn, Professor of Art, is exhibiting mixed media art works in an exhibition titled Forget-Me-Not. The mixed media work in this exhibit is all new work that has not been exhibited before. The focus of this work is loss. One knows that life is tenuous. Death is always the end product of life. To […]