Gail Thornton, M.A. '03 was recognized by the Public Relations Society of America and recently published her second book.
The Department of Information Technology has a few tips and tricks to keep your computer and your data in the best shape.
Heidi Campbell, Ph.D., discussed her theory of networked religion.
The G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture has published the Fall/Winter 2018 issue of its widely recognized journal.
In Core II, many classes continue to explore the world of the early Christians in St. Paul's first letter to the Corinthians.
Research by Professor Sulie Chang suggests that binge drinking in teens could lead to an increased "sensitivity" to opioids.
The University has been named a "High Research Activity" or "R2" institution in the latest Carnegie Classification.
Philosopher James Stacey Taylor argues that human organ markets are morally required.
The theme of the two-day event is "Afflicted Bodies, Affected Societies: Disease and Wellness in Historical Perspective".
Faculty conducted a video lecture on education leadership in the U.S. with the University of Catania.
Elizabeth Williams-Riley of the American Conference on Diversity will share insights at the Martin Luther King Day Symposium.
The Center for Faculty Development will be sponsoring a wide array of programs this Spring.
The Online Teaching Certificate program was developed to provide faculty with a variety of helpful tools to develop and facilitate online or hybrid classes.
Space154 is pleased to announce a series of MakerSpace events for the 2019 Spring Semester! All events are 1 - 3 p.m. in Space154
Set yourself apart with skills and learning experiences from the LinkedIn Student Learning Ambassador program.
During a two-day workshop, public relations student Eric Lamadrid took home the Betsy Plank Diversity Case Study Award.
Pirate Sports Network and CommArts alumnus John Fanta '17 walks on the sidelines as a sportscaster for the Big East Network.
Professor Matthew Pressman and his new book were featured in the Washington Post, Harvard's NiemanLab and on CSPAN's Book TV.
Alexa Valiente, B.S. '13, received an Emmy for her work on an ABC News story focusing on the tragic shooting in Las Vegas.