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Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professor Dr. Chengyu Li's research on “Odor-Guided Flapping Flight: Novel Fluid Dynamic Mechanisms of Insect Navigation” has been awarded a prestigious National Science Foundation CAREER grant for $500,000. Since 2017, eight Villanova faculty members have now received NSF CAREER Awards.
Villanova University’s Charles Widger School of Law Receives $15 million gift from The John F. Scarpa Foundation
Villanova University President, the Rev. Peter M. Donohue, OSA, PhD, today announced a $15 million gift from the John F. Scarpa Foundation to further elevate the Charles Widger School of Law as a leader in entrepreneurship and law, in addition to strengthening entrepreneurial expertise, innovative thinking and collaboration across the University. In recognition of Scarpa’s lifetime giving of more than $20 million to Villanova, the Law School building will be named John F. Scarpa Hall.
Villanova University Social Justice Documentary Follows Philadelphia Veterans' Experiences, Transition to Civilian Life
A new documentary produced by Villanova University students, focuses on three veterans from Philadelphia and their transition from service to civilian life. The film aspires to educate civilians about what it means to be a veteran, while shining a light on the complex issues many veterans face. "Warrior Class" will debut virtually on Veterans Day, Wednesday, November 11, at 7 p.m.
Villanova School of Business Ranked in Top 10 Among Programs in 2020 Poets & Quants Online MBA B-School Ranking
The Villanova School of Business (VSB) Online MBA ranked in the top ten among programs in the annual Poets&Quants ranking, coming in at #7 in the nation. VSB performed exceptionally well—earning the #2 spot—in the academic experience part of the methodology, largely comprised of the results of an extensive alumni survey.
Villanova University Announces Creation of Veterans Resource Center Supported by Gift from Brian F. Prince
Villanova University today announced plans for the creation of a Veterans Resource Center behind a gift from Brian F. Prince—President & CEO of Hegemon Capital, Inc. The new space will support veterans, service members and dependents as they make their way through their academic journey at the University.
Villanova University’s Fitzpatrick College of Nursing Receives R01 Funding for Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation Research
Professor Helene Moriarty, PhD, RN, FAAN, Diane and Robert Moritz Jr. Endowed Chair in Nursing Research in the Villanova University M. Louise Fitzpatrick College of Nursing (FCN), and Laraine Winter, PhD, FCN senior research associate, are principal investigators on an R01 funded by the National Institute for Nursing Research at the National Institutes of Health.
Villanova University has announced an interdisciplinary initiative aimed at examining the issues of poverty and inequality and their intersection. The initiative was spurred by a $1 million gift from Paul A. Tufano, Esq., ’83 VSB, ’86 CWSL and Christine Tufano ’84 CLAS, ’86 MA, for enhanced thought leadership and research across the University to address poverty and inequality.
Voter Z—scheduled to be published in April 2021—examines why Gen Z “thinks what they think,” and the events and phenomena that have shaped the generation and their political beliefs.