Monthly Archives: July 2011

Magee talks about basketball, coaching and why he’s stayed at PhilaU for 50 years: Main Line Today

In a wide-ranging interview with Main Line Today, Coach Herb Magee talks about his career as a player, coach and “shot doctor” and his upcoming induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

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Disaster Medicine and Management Program Hosts Week of Educational Activities

Down in the pit of a quarry, large blocks of rock resemble the wreckage of a collapsed building. In one of several disaster preparation and response educational activities in July, the students in Philadelphia University’s Disaster Medicine and Management met …

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Summit on Access to Higher Education Held at PhilaU

Several Philadelphia area college and university presidents met with U.S. Undersecretary of Education Martha Kanter on campus in July for a summit on improving access to higher education. The meeting was organized by President Stephen Spinelli Jr., Ph.D., with U.S. …

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Coach Magee works with Sixers star Evan Turner: Phila Daily News, Comcast SportsNet

Basketball coach Herb Magee is working with the 76ers’ Evan Turner to improve his shooting skills, the Philadelphia Daily News and Comcast SportsNet reported July 20.  Turner, the no. 2 draft pick who is coming off his rookie season, wants to improve …

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Herb Magee named one of best coaches in college history: The Bleacher Report

Coach Herb Magee, who will be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame next month, was named the 48th best basketball coach in history in a July 18 Bleacher Report article, “100 Best Coaches in College Basketball History.”

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Sixers star Evan Turner honing shot with Coach Magee: Philadelphia Inquirer

Guard-forward Evan Turner of the 76ers is working to improve his jump shot with PhilaU men’s basketball coach Herb Magee, the “shot doc” who will be inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame next month, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported …

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Scott Ageloff Appointed Director of the New M.S. in Interior Architecture Program

Scott Ageloff, M.Arch, has been named the program director of the new M.S. in Interior Architecture program in the College of Architecture and the Built Environment.  Ageloff joins Philadelphia University from the New York School of Interior Design (NYSID) where …

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Student Leaders Raise Money for Cancer Research with Alex’s Lemonade Stand, Volunteer at East Falls Flea Market

More than a dozen PhilaU students participating in the START Leader training program spent a full morning volunteering with two important community partners in June. Through an exciting partnership with Alex’s Lemonade Stand and the East Falls Community Council, the …

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M.S. in Physician Assistant Studies Class of 2012 Presented with White Coats in Honorary Ceremony

Students in the M.S. in Physician Assistant Studies (PA) Class of 2012 took the first major step toward their future careers in medicine on July 14, participating in the University’s annual White Coat Ceremony in The Kanbar Campus Center. Each …

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Natalie Nixon talks about Kate Middleton’s style and influence on NBC10

Natalie Nixon, director of the fashion industry management program, discussed Kate Middleton’s style and fashion influence on NBC10’s 4 p.m. news July 11.  Physician assistant studies students Samantha Aaronson and Sarah Vidumsky also were interviewed.  Watch the segment here.

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