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Read the Spring 2024 Edition of Villanova Magazine Online

Spring 2024 Villanova Magazine

The digital edition of the Spring 2024 Villanova Magazine is now available. The cover story features the prestigious Opus Prize, an annual faith-based humanitarian award which the University had the privilege of hosting last year. Also, in this issue, Villanova's COVID-19 Caring About Health for All Study; and a look at the new home for Falvey Library.

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  • Computing Sciences Professor Awarded Grant from US Department of Agriculture

    Venkata Siva Kumar Margapuri, PhD, associate professor of Computing Sciences at Villanova University has been awarded a three-year, $749,086 grant by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) to utilize autonomous aerial vehicles (AAVs), computer vision and other artificial intelligence (AI) tools to study the abundance of Bombus species—commonly known as bumblebees—their relationship with wild flora and factors that affect pollinator health.

  • Terry Delaney ’83 CLAS to Receive 2024 St. Thomas of Villanova Alumni Medal

    The Villanova University Alumni Association (VUAA) has announced the selection of Terry Delaney ’83 CLAS as the recipient of its 2024 St. Thomas of Villanova Alumni Medal. The medal is the highest award given by the VUAA and is presented to alumni for outstanding service and for reflecting the spirit and legacy of St. Thomas of Villanova.

  • Britney Davis ’15 COE Selected as Recipient of the 2024 Villanova University Alumni Association Young Alumni Medal

    The Villanova University Alumni Association (VUAA) has named Britney Davis ’15 COE as the recipient of its 2024 Young Alumni Medal. The award honors alumni who have made outstanding contributions professionally, academically and in service to the University.

  • Villanova University Assumes Ownership of Cabrini Campus

    “We are honored and humbled to be the new stewards of the Cabrini legacy and its beautiful campus,” said Villanova University President the Rev. Peter M. Donohue, OSA, PhD, as Villanova assumed ownership of the 112-acre campus in Radnor, Pa., on Friday, June 28.

  • Accelerating Excellence: Behind NovaRacing’s Resurgence

    For the members of Villanova University’s NovaRacing team, the thrill of the race was more than just crossing the finish line. It was the culmination of months of meticulous planning, late nights in the lab and an unwavering determination to learn from past mistakes.