- Against Decluttering (The Washington Post)
- Is Sports Betting Worsening Gambling Habits of Americans? (NewsNation)
- Idalia Destroyed These Gulf Towns. They Worry They’ll Lose an ‘Old Florida’ Way of Life (Miami Herald)
- Prigozhin’s Fate a Warning Shot for Putin’s Critics (The Hill)
- Is Reclining Your Airplane Seat Upright Behavior or Downright Rude? (The Wall Street Journal)
- Average Consumer Carries $5,947 in Credit Card Debt — a 10-year High (CNBC)
- Yellow Corporation Shutting Down, Filing for Bankruptcy (6ABC)
- The Need to be Heard: Why Sonic Branding is Growing in Importance (Forbes)
- China’s Xi Rebuffs Kerry’s Call for Faster Climate Action (New York Times)
The digital edition of the Spring 2023 issue of Villanova Magazine is now available. The cover story details how Villanova University, as a global leader in the field, prepares the next generation of church stewards and scholars to be leaders in church management. Also, in this issue, learn how Villanova Engineers lead the field of sustainable stormwater management and how Villanova Radio (WXVU) expands its reach to attract new audiences and accolades.
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Villanova University has again been included among the top National Universities in U.S. News & World Report’s 2024 “Best Colleges” rankings.
Villanova University will celebrate Hispanic/Latine Heritage Month with a collection of educational events and community-based social activities. From September 15 to October 15, campus-wide initiatives will celebrate the vast contributions of the Hispanic/Latine community through a wide range of programming, which includes lectures, panel discussions, screenings, dance workshops, social and religious gatherings and more.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has named Mojtaba Vaezi, PhD, associate professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering from Villanova University’s College of Engineering, as a recipient of the Early Career Development (CAREER) Award. His project, “Harnessing Interference with Deep Learning: Algorithms and Large-Scale Experiments,” has received a five-year, $600,000 grant, which will allow Dr. Vaezi to advance research in managing interference in cellular networks.
Villanova University professors of Mechanical Engineering C. Nataraj, PhD, Alfonso Ortega, PhD and Garrett Clayton, PhD, along with Chris Townend, facilities manager for the College of Engineering, have been awarded a patent for the development of a novel type of mechanical ventilator. Initially manufactured as an emergency alternative during the COVID-19 pandemic, these this machine, called NovaVent, will now serve as high-efficiency, low-cost devices suitable for mitigating the global need for medical equipment.
Villanova University and the Opus Prize Foundation are pleased to announce the finalists for the 2023 Opus Prize, an annual faith-based humanitarian award that recognizes social entrepreneurship. Members of the Villanova community led the process to identify the recipient pool for this year’s prize, which will award $1 million for first place and $100,000 to two runners-up.