Who We Are

Our students and faculty are finding meaningful success through purposeful work and research, while cultivating high value skills, knowledge and understanding. Here are some of their stories. 

 

  • Anna Cardelfe '17 is Having a Fashionable Summer as an Intern

    Anna Cardelfe '17 is Having a Fashionable Summer as an Intern

    Already accepted into the Master’s of Communication program at Villanova, Anna Cardelfe ’17 CLAS is gaining valuable editorial experience this summer with an internship with Michael Kors. A Communication major with a specialization in Journalism, as well as a double minor in English and Writing and Rhetoric, Anna was accepted into the MA/BA program and will start following her senior year. read more

  • It’s All in the Numbers for Patrick Tiernan ’17, Olympian

    It’s All in the Numbers for Patrick Tiernan ’17, Olympian

    Mathematics major Patrick Tiernan is used to dealing with numbers—not only in class but on the track, where one second can be the difference between going to the Olympics or watching it on TV. read more

  • Fulbright Focus: Spirit of Adventure Leads Lauren Rutherford '13 to Colombia

    Fulbright Focus: Spirit of Adventure Leads Lauren Rutherford '13 to Colombia

    Openness, hard work and a spirit of adventure all helped Lauren Rutherford ’13 CLAS (Political Science) during her time at Villanova and in her application for a 2016-17 US Fulbright Student Grant. Now, as a Fulbright Research Scholar, Lauren will be taking those same qualities with her to Colombia read more

  • Helping Uplift Spirits: Maureen Paglia '17

    Helping Uplift Spirits: Maureen Paglia '17

    Helping to uplift patients’ spirits this summer at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Maureen Paglia ’17 CLAS is working as a Patient Media Programs intern in CHOP’s Seacrest Studios. A Communication major and English minor, she works to produce and host live shows for patients to watch on the hospital’s television network. read more

Meaningful Success

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