COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES | NEWSROOM
In the most recent issue of "One With" Magazine, a publication from the Sisters of St. Joseph, Diane Maguire details her experience with the Villanova Interdisciplinary Immigration Studies Training for Advocates (VIISTA) program, how it prepared her to advocate for migrants in need of aid, and the emotional response she felt during those experiences.
IN THE NEWS | Want to Become a Better Leader? Villanova’s Athletics Leadership Summit is Here to Help
Looking to start or further a career in sports management? Or looking to bring the Wildcat attitude to your company or organization? The Villanova Athletics Summit is a two-day event created by Villanova Athletics and the College of Professional Studies, hosted inside Finneran Pavilion and featuring leadership, management and life lessons from key members of the Wildcat team.
Three Matching Graduation Caps: Duffy Family Celebrates a Group of Graduates in the CPS Class of 2022
At commencement ceremonies around the globe every year, wide-smiling students in caps and gowns are congratulated by proud parents. Very rarely, however, are the students’ parents donning a matching cap and gown, graduating at the same time. That’s exactly what happened to the Duffy family, as husband and wife Jim and Margaret Duffy earned their degrees from Villanova University’s College of Professional Studies at the same ceremony as their son Daniel.
Amidst celebrations for the graduates of the class of 2022, Villanova University's College of Professional Studies (CPS) honored its students who excelled in the classroom in pursuit of their degrees with a series of awards and honors.
When Daniel Duffy graduates from the College of Professional Studies this upcoming May, he’ll be doing so after an inspired bout of determination. The Newtown Square, PA native will be finishing his bachelor’s degree in the Organizational Development and Management (ODM) program just three years after beginning his coursework.
Ronell Smith is on the precipice of earning her degree, a journey that has been years in the making. Her foray into higher education started 27 years ago in community college and will conclude at the end of this fall’s semester, exactly where she always planned on completing her bachelor's degree.