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2018 News

  • CPS Students Inducted into History Honor Society

    Congratulations to CPS students, Vince Amabile and Priscilla Holmes, who were inducted into the Tau Phi Chapter Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society.

  • A Unique Team Approach to Teaching Fundraising

    Principles of Fundraising is a non-credit course in the College of Professional Studies taught unlike any other program we offer—through a team approach. Four faculty members teach the course, all of whom have significant experience in the fundraising and development field. Instructor Stephanie Cory, CAP, CFRE, a Philanthropy and Governance Consultant explains, “This is an opportunity for students to hear four unique perspectives on fundraising and enables us as faculty to teach in the areas in which we have the greatest expertise."

  • Following Your Passion in Human Resources

    For more than 15 years, Eden S. Braun, SPHR, SHRM-CP worked in the financial services industry at some of the area’s leading venture capital firms and hedge funds. Primarily working in operations, she also had human resource responsibilities that grew into a large portion of the role. Realizing she had a passion for her human resources, she decided to pursue a career with HR as her primary focus.

  • Faculty Spotlight: Marjorie Yuschak - CMA

    Marjorie Yuschak, Villanova's Certified Management Accountant course instructor and content contributor to the 2018 Edition of the Wiley CMAexcel Learning System (WCMALS), thrives on coaching her students to success in the accounting field.

  • Faculty Spotlight: Tina Agustiady - Six Sigma

    Tina Agustiady, an instructor for Villanova’s online Six Sigma program, is a Six Sigma expert who quite literally, “wrote the book” on the subject, several books in fact.

  • 2018 CPS Awards Dinner

    On Tuesday, May 15, the College of Professional Studies (CPS) hosted the third annual Awards Ceremony. The evening recognized the achievements of Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society inductees, paralegal program graduates, distinguished student award-winners and a very special staff award.

  • CPS Student, Ron Tedesco, Supports NFL Concussion Management Protocol on Philadelphia Eagles Sidelines

    Ron Tedesco has a successful career as the Director of IT for a national health benefits plan. He’s also a part-time student in the College of Professional Studies bachelor’s in Information Systems degree program. But Ron doesn’t stop there—he also has what some would call a “dream job” with the National Football League that takes him to the sidelines of Lincoln Financial Field for every Philadelphia Eagles home game.

  • The Value of the CMA Program is More Than the Credential

    Like many young professionals, Paul Hilliard was looking for a way to stay up to date in his field and find a way to move himself higher up the corporate ladder. He put in the work and reaped the rewards.