Podcasts and Publications

Research that Resonates is a podcast from the Villanova University College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

Research that Resonates

Research that Resonates is a podcast from Villanova University's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences that takes listeners inside labs and classrooms to learn about important research our students are conducting alongside faculty mentors.

Listen to our miniseries on Youth and Identity.


More CLAS Podcasts

  • Italian Innovators is produced by Luca Cottini, PhD, associate professor, Romance Languages and Lituratures, who tells the stories of great modern Italians in the fields of fashion, technology, business, music and design from the 19th century to the present.

  • 1968: In Hindsight is produced by the Albert Lepage Center for History in the Public Interest. Through scholarship and conversation, this six-part miniseries dives into questions from fifty years ago that still matter today. 

  • Theology in Dialogue is a podcast produced by graudate students in the Deparment of Theology and Religous Studies featuring interviews with distinguished faculty and theolgians.

  • The Center for Irish Studies celebrates 40 years with a special podcast series featuring interviews with Emily Pine and Jill McCorkel.




Boundless, the first issue of a special publication for Villanova’s oldest college, features impactful stories which represent but a sample of the wonderful things happening daily here—so many of which have been made possible by your support. 

Passion Path Purpose

Discovering Passion, Path & Purpose

Students of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences find their place by defining it. Here they’ll identify and create possibilities through investigation and self-discovery, challenging coursework and unparalleled interactions with renowned professors. 

Chart Your Course

Chart Your Course: The Humanities at Villanova

Humanities programs at Villanova offer tough questions and expand intellectual horizons—positioning our students for purposeful lives in a challenged and changing world. Students learn to think critically, communicate effectively and write well.


To see an archive of our publications, click here.