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  • Educators on Campus Events - Cabrini College

    Real-World Problem-Solving

    Free Events for Educators

    On Sept. 25, education leaders discuss Common Core curriculum.

    On Oct. 8, panelists discuss resources and strategies at symposium: "Keeping Children Safe: Child Victims of Domestic Violence.”

  • Homecoming Parade participants wearing blue and white

    Opportunity-Rich Community

    Homecoming - Sept. 26–28

    Celebrate Cabrini! Make plans to join alumni, students, families, and friends for Homecoming, which will feature a parade, campus picnic, athletic games, and much more!

  • Leonard Norman Primiano, Ph.D., Chair of Cabrini College's Religious Studies Department

    Accomplished Faculty

    American Religion and Folklore & Folklife Research Project

    Religious Studies Chair Leonard Norman Primiano, Ph.D., was named a Regional Fellow in the Humanities by the Penn Humanities Forum of the University of Pennsylvania for his research of the Father Divine Peace Mission Movement.

  • Sister Simone Campbell, executive director of NETWORK, with Abby Pressimone ’17 and Caroline McCarthy ’16

    Real-World Problem Solving

    Cabrini Teams with NETWORK for Justice Advocacy Week

    This summer, Abby Pressimone ’17 and Caroline McCarthy ’16 worked in the nation’s capital to build their skills in congressional lobbying, organizing, and advocacy through lens of Catholic Social Teaching.

  • Darryl Mace, Ph.D., and his book,

    Accomplished Faculty

    Researching Race & Media

    History and Political Science Associate Professor Darryl Mace, Ph.D., recently published a book that dissects the media’s attitude toward race surrounding the 1955 murder of 14‑year‑old Emmett Till in Mississippi.

  • SEPCHE SEA-PHAGE student researchers

    Real-World Problem Solving

    Research at Cabrini

    Undergraduate students from several colleges came together for authentic scientific research by isolating, characterizing, and naming their own bacteriophage.

  • GiveToCabrini.com video of Danielle Kane
    Why Give?

    Danielle Kane ’15 describes Cabrini as “a home away from home.”

    Learn more about her college experience, which has been made possible by the generosity of donors.

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