Jennifer DeCicco, Ph.D., from the School of Arts and Sciences, and colleagues at Lafayette College contributed to a replication project which examined the well-known facial feedback hypothesis. The replication project (and others) is supported by the Association for Psychological science in an effort to replicate seminal work in psychology. Nearly 17 different laboratories across the […]

Stacy McDonald, Ph.D., Kimberly Dasch-Yee, Ph.D., and Jenai Grigg, Ph.D. from the School of Arts and Sciences, are working on a project regarding Involuntary Pregnancy Loss. They have created a blog entitled the IPL Collaborative. It is a safe place for discussing and learning about miscarriage and other involuntary pregnancy loss. Their hope is that […]

Helen Hoffner, Ed.D., Professor of Education, and two adjunct instructors in the School of Education, Jessica Jefferis and Jennifer Marsico, had an article published in the Fall 2016 issue of the peer-reviewed journal, The Ohio Reading Teacher.  Their article, The Pen-Pal Project: Pairing Pre-Service Teachers with Elementary Teachers, described a partnership between Holy Family University […]

Pamela Flynn, Professor of Art, will be exhibiting Considering Harm, a traveling anti gun violence art project, at ArtWorks, Trenton, NJ. Considering Harm Trenton pairs mixed media art work with shooting incidents from Trenton. The viewing of the art is a subjective, contemplative experience but the reading of the gun violence incidents that are mounted […]

The new novel, The Unseen World (W.W. Norton), by Liz Moore, Associate Professor of Writing, was released on July 26. The novel is summarized by the publisher: “Ada Sibelius is raised by David, her brilliant, eccentric, socially inept single father, who directs a computer science lab in 1980s-era Boston. Home-schooled, Ada accompanies David to work […]

Pamela Flynn, Professor of Art, will be exhibiting a new body of mixed media work titled Impending After at the Phoenix Gallery, NYC (http://www.phoenix-gallery.com). This new body of work is a reflection on the notion of the after. Each piece in this series is labor intensive. Flynn thinks of the afters as she makes the […]

Mary Carroll, PhD, Professor of History, had a review titled “Digitizing Dolley, and Eliza and Harriott Pinckney,” published in the Journal of the Early Republic, Vol. 35, No. 4 (Winter 2015). Dr. Johansen reviewed annotated collections that included letters, financial documents, and journals of Harriott Pinckney Horry, the only daughter of Eliza Pinckney. Eliza Pinckney […]