- The pandemic and politics drove many clergy to quit. Christmas 2021, their first as laypeople, is disorienting (The Washington Post)
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- What If?: New Insight into the Friendship of Virginia Woolf and T. S. Eliot (Los Angeles Review of Books)
Irene Kan, PhD, associate professor in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, created the course, “Neuroscience of Sleep,” to delve into the many facets of sleep and how it impacts our behaviors. In the course, students debunk prior misconceptions about sleep and learn about the impact of sleep on cognition, physical and mental health.
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Villanova University will celebrate Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week (HHAW) from Sunday, November 14 through Saturday, November 20 with a series of events throughout campus.
Jerusha Conner, PhD, associate professor of Education, has been named a co-principal investigator on a two-year, $884,077 grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for a project, “Student Voice to Student Outcomes,” which will build evidence of the value of student voice practices in improving student outcomes and creating more equitable learning environments for all students.
The magic of Harry Potter first flew in (on broomstick, of course) to homes everywhere nearly 25 years ago. Debuting in 1996 with Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (retitled Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone for American publication in 1997) J. K. Rowling’s fantastical world of witches and wizards both captivated and enticed readers of all ages, assimilating itself into every facet of popular culture.