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College of Engineering Chair Professor Dr. Sylvie Lorente, Mechanical Engineering, is part of an international team whose research shows that the challenge of predicting the liver vessel network can be met thanks to the constructal law of design evolution.
Gordon Coonfield, PhD, associate professor of Communication, first noticed the memorials walking around his neighborhood. As he explored Kensington, he began seeing more and more and observed the fact that some were disappearing as the neighborhood changed. This led Coonfield to start a project dedicated to documenting and studying these memorials called “Kensington Remembers.”
With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States this past March, millions of Americans shifted to remote work almost overnight. Villanova Law Associate Professor J.S. Nelson, an expert on business law and ethics, is researching workplace surveillance as the pandemic continues to change where and how people work, perhaps indefinitely.
Faculty spent the last several months hard at work, collaborating with partners across campus, to design and adapt courses to engage students in a fall semester that includes in-person, hybrid, and various online course formats. While the events of this past spring necessitated a quick shift to online delivery, all academic courses for this semester were thoughtfully developed with a specific modality in mind.
The digital edition of the Spring 2020 Villanova Magazine is now available. The cover story highlights the innovative nursing leaders and programs in Villanova's M. Louise Fitzpatrick College of Nursing who make an impact at all levels of health care.
Villanova University faculty are regularly cited as experts in the national media on topics ranging from the 2020 Election to the COVID-19 pandemic. Click more to view these faculty and their expert analysis in the media.