2022 CPS NEWS
IN THE NEWS | Villanova's Director of the Office of Veterans and Military Service Members Michael Brown writes for Volt about Finding Value for Student Veterans
CPS works hand-in-hand with Villanova's Office of Veterans and Military Service Members to make sure the needs of that population are being met by our programs. In an article for Volt, Michael Brown, the director of that office, makes the case for help veterans find value in a college education.
Villanova University President's Report: Michael Palladino, Faculty Spotlight
Michael Palladino has established a global reputation over the last three decades as a thought leader in Agile methodology and an authority on project management. An adjunct professor with Villanova’s College of Professional Studies and sought-after keynote speaker who has presented for audiences in more than three dozen countries, Professor Palladino has taught thousands of business leaders and decision-makers strategies to strengthen teamwork, increase production and optimize efficiency in projects.
Villanova University President's Report: Tina Agustiady, Faculty Spotlight
Since joining the College of Professional Studies in 2015, Professor Agustiady has shared this knowledge and expertise with thousands of professionals in a wide range of industries. She has seen her students use Lean Six Sigma to drive significant business impact—from major manufacturing corporations and financial-service firms to the US government and nationally recognized health care facilities. “The applications are endless,” says Professor Agustiady. “It starts with knowledge transfer and building a leadership culture that empowers and encourages people to identify areas for improvement.
IN THE NEWS | Villanova's Director of the Office of Veterans and Military Service Members Michael Brown lays out his definition for a veteran friendly college environment.
CPS works hand-in-hand with Villanova's Office of Veterans and Military Service Members to make sure the needs of that population are being met by our programs. In an op-ed piece, Michael Brown, the director of that office, spells out what exactly makes a school "veteran-friendly" in today's modern higher-ed environment.
JOY IN THE JOURNEY: Shelby Myers '23 CPS found her passion for helping others after tragedy
Shelby Myers learned through a family tragedy that every moment is precious, and that the beauty and joy is in the journey itself; not just the destination. Shelby's career path took a dramatic change, and through her education at Villanova University College of Professional Studies, Shelby was perfectly positioned for a fresh start.
INSPIRED SUCCESS: Alice Ford '23 CPS juggles the night shift, Dean's list, and helping her community
For many of the adult students in Villanova University’s College of Professional Studies, it can feel like adding schoolwork to life’s many other commitments will fill all 24 hours in the day. For Alice Ford, who is set to graduate from CPS this May, at times that has been the case. Alice works full time at The Inn at Villanova, working overnight throughout the week as a Night Auditor. She also owns her own business, volunteers her time to help educate teenagers in the city of Philadelphia, and is active in her church community.
AT A GLANCE
FACULTY AND INDUSTRY PRACTITIONERS
ENROLLMENTS ON CAMPUS AND ONLINE
YEARS OF EDUCATING ADULT LEARNERS