Villanova’s more than 500 world-class faculty members are distinguished scholars and active members in their respective fields. They engage in cutting-edge research projects, make important breakthroughs in their various disciplines, write books, win industry awards, secure grants, and advise outside organizations. The knowledge and experience faculty members gain, along with the achievements they make outside the classroom, elevates their expertise and the overall quality of education that Villanova students receive.
March is National Women’s History Month, celebrated annually to ensure that the contributions American women have made to society are recognized and honored throughout the country. Villanova faculty experts are available to discuss the roles women have played in shaping American history from the Revolutionary War to the present. They can also talk about gender issues in the workplace, women authors, the history of women in science and engineering, and much more.