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Engineering Professor Dr. Virginia Smith's TEDxVillanovaU talk, Shifting the Flood Paradigm, Being Showcased on TED.com
Dr. Virginia’s Smith TEDxVillanovaU talk is being showcased on TED.com, placing it on an international stage. Her captivating talk presents why water resource planning is fundamental for a more sustainable world, how her cutting edge research is addressing growing global flood crises, and what you can do to help shift the flood paradigm.
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Villanova School of Business Professor Jonathan Doh Elected as a Fellow of the Academy of Management
AOM is the largest and most prestigious professional organization of management scholars globally. Election as an AOM Fellow is a permanent designation and honors a select group of scholars who have made significant contributions to the science and practice of management and distinguished themselves at the top of their fields
The award recognizes colleges, universities and districts that “enable students to learn what they naturally do best and apply their strengths to thrive in school and all areas of their lives.” Villanova, along with Georgia State University, were selected from a small number of finalists among the more than 1,000 schools which partner with Gallup on their strengths-based strategy.
Villanova University’s Department of Geography and the Environment Receives More Than $1.1 Million in Grants from NOAA, NSF
Faculty from Villanova University’s Department of Geography and the Environment were recently awarded four grants totaling more than $1.1 million. Three grants were received from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and one from the National Science Foundation (NSF).