Social Work Dean Janet Shapiro on Psychological Impact on Children of Being Detained at Border Patrol Stations
Posted July 2nd, 2019
The facilities were originally intended to detain adults for short periods of time but are now being used to house children for as long as two to three weeks.
Posted June 28th, 2019
Oh specializes in international relations and comparative politics in East Asia.
Carolina Hausmann-Stabile, Assistant Professor of Social Work, Talks About Latina Mental Health on 'Radio Times'
Posted May 24th, 2019
A new report from the National Women’s Law Center, written with Latina middle and high school students in Philadelphia, found that over half of the Latinas surveyed felt persistently sad and hopeless.
Min Kyung Lee, Assistant Professor of Growth and Structure of Cities, on Renovations of Notre-Dame Cathedral
Posted April 25th, 2019
"The building has been under constant renovation, with things removed, like gargoyles, or things added, like the steeple," says Lee.
Posted April 9th, 2019
Umeko founded Tsuda University, one of the first private institutions of higher education for women in Japan.
Director of Museum Studies Monique Scott on How Museums Matter in the Current Climate of Anti-Black Racism
Posted April 5th, 2019
Posted March 28th, 2019
New York Times Takes an In-depth Look at The Arch Street Project and the Work of Kimberlee Moran '00
Posted March 27th, 2019
The Arch Street Project was born out of a salvage archaeology project at the site of the burial ground of the First Baptist Church of Philadelphia.
Posted March 18th, 2019
Associate Professor of Political Science Marissa Golden was among the experts quoted by 'Mashable''s Rebecca Ruiz for a piece about the increased political attention being paid to child care issues.
Posted February 27th, 2019
The bill's emphasis on high-quality childcare could be a game changer for working families, Golden tells Refinery 29.