Katina Sawyer, PhD Receives Grants to Support Research on Gender in the Workplace
At a time when gender issues in the workplace are in the forefront of the mainstream news media, Katina Sawyer, PhD, assistant professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences in Villanova University’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, is studying how a key aspect of workplace diversity could transform human resource strategy.
Disability Studies Course Helps CLAS Students Break Barriers, Build Bridges
In Introduction to Disability Studies, every student in the class partners with a student in LEVEL, a Villanova group that serves the needs of students with disabilities. This partnership not only applies class theories, but also fosters friendships between Introduction to Disability Studies students and LEVEL peers.
Minority Association for Pre-Health Students
The Villanova University's Minority Association for Pre-Health Students (MAPS) is an organization committed to encouraging, inspiring and supporting minority pre-health professional students at Villanova University. It is newly chartered on Villanova's campus, and is affiliated with the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine's Student National Medical Association (SNMA). MAPS exposes its members to service opportunities related to healthcare as well as provides information to its general body regarding application processes, test preparation and health professional school readiness through implementing its own programs along with attending conferences hosted by health professional organizations.
Mykal Gerald - Co-President
Alexus Reynolds - Co-President
Ann Trail - Advisor