Monthly Archives: November 2010

PhilaU Celebration of Lights Dec. 2

The Office of Spiritual Development and Interfaith Council will sponsor a “Celebration of Lights” on Thursday, Dec. 2 at 5:30 p.m. in the Kanbar Campus Center Living Room. The event is free and open to the University community. The ceremony …

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Cotton Radio’s Last Show Thursday, Dec. 2

Cotton Radio – a Philadelphia University radio program that broadcast eight shows this fall on World Talk Radio – will air its final show on Thursday, Dec. 2, from Noon to 1 p.m.  Click here to listen live. This week’s …

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Giving Thanks: A Message from President Spinelli

The Thanksgiving holiday is upon us. This has been a hectic and productive semester, a time of great progress in the implementation of one of the boldest strategic plans in Higher Education today. At this special time of year, when calm …

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Research and Innovation Experts to Wrap Up Design, Engineering and Commerce Fall Lecture Series

As part of the development of a unique College of Design, Engineering and Commerce curriculum, world-class innovation experts are visiting campus this year to participate in discussions around innovation. Experts in research and innovation Natalie Hanson, Ph.D., global senior director …

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AP story on DEC and new dean in Phila Inquirer, Daily News and Centre Daily Times

An AP story on PhilaU’s College of Design, Engineering and Commerce and its newly announced executive dean Ronald Kander was published Nov. 19 by The Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News and The Centre Daily Times.

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Philadelphia University Announces Groundbreaking New College of Design, Engineering and Commerce; Ronald G. Kander, Ph.D., Named Executive Dean

In line with Philadelphia University’s Strategic Plan, President Stephen Spinelli Jr., Ph.D., formally announced today the creation of an innovative College of Design, Engineering and Commerce. At the same time, President Spinelli announced that Ronald G. Kander, Ph.D., director of …

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Coaches Magee and Shirley earn 1,500 combined wins, WHYY reports

Men’s and women’s basketball coaches Herb Magee and Tom Shirley have earned a combined 1,500 careers wins, making them the second-winningest NCAA coaching team, behind only UConn’s Jim Calhoun and Geno Auriemma, WHYY NewsWorks reported Nov. 17.  The milestone was reached …

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BU coach Pat Chambers, former PhilaU hoopster, featured in ESPN.com

Boston University basketball coach Pat Chambers, who played for the PhilaU Rams, had a homecoming of sorts when BU played Villanova Nov. 17, ESPN.com reported.

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Junior Zack Streeb Named Outstanding Attorney at Mock Trial Competition

Zack Streeb, a junior law and society major, was judged an “outstanding attorney” in the Nov. 12-13 mock trial competition sponsored by the University of Pennsylvania Law School. “I was ecstatic,” said Streeb, a Colorado native who plans on becoming …

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Basketball Coaches Magee and Shirley Reach 1,500 Combined Coaching Milestone

Philadelphia University men’s basketball coach Herb Magee and women’s basketball coach Tom Shirley reached 1,500 combined NCAA victories Tuesday, Nov. 16 as the men’s team defeated St. Thomas Aquinas College 66-60. The Magee and Shirley duo are the second winningest …

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