Entries by Julie Cowen

Nursing Professor Presents for Hoag’s Nursing Grand Rounds

Dr. Julia Wilson, Associate Professor of Nursing, recently presented her doctoral research on “Factors Influencing Mental Health in a Cardiac Population”, at Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach, CA on August 14, 2014.  Her presentation was part of Hoag’s Nursing Grand Rounds and was video conferenced to the Hoag location in Irvine as well. For more […]

Original Piece from Music Professor Debuted

Professor of Music, Dr. Greg Glancey, was commissioned by the Cadillac Moon Ensemble to write a piece for the Christian Fellowship of Art Music Composers (CFAMC) national conference at BIOLA University. The commissioned work (Luna Agitata) will be performed on Saturday, October 11th at 7:30 pm in the Lansing Auditorium (BIOLA). The conference begins Thursday […]

Professor Presents on Health Care for the Homeless

Professor of Sociology, Dr. Edward Clarke, will present on the topic, “Health and Healthcare: Estimating the Cost of Care for Costa Mesa Homeless,” at Healthcare and Homelessness Economics Conference: Theory to Practical Solutions, hosted by the California State University Fullerton Community Advisory Board on Homeless Issues and the United Way.  This presentation is part of […]

Guitar Professor on Tour in Georgia

  Assistant Professor of Music and classical guitarist, Michael Nigro, will be on a brief tour in Georgia the first week of October.  If you’re in the area, please come and see him!  Below are his concert dates.  For more information on Professor Nigro, visit the Music Department website (here) or his personal website (here). […]

Theatre Professor Interviewed

  Professor of Theatre Arts, David Pecoraro, recently gave an interview for the website thisisoffcampus.org detailing how he got into Theatre production, and what advice he would give to college graduates on their graduation day.  In the interview, Professor Pecoraro says students should start transitioning into the workforce before graduation so it’s not an overnight […]

Dr. Elizabeth Dermody Leonard

Dear Vanguard Community, It is with a heavy heart that I inform you that beloved Vanguard professor Dr. Elizabeth Dermody Leonard passed away on Sunday, May 18 in Ireland, her home since retiring from Vanguard. Dr. Leonard taught at Vanguard University as a full-time faculty member in the Department of Anthropology and Sociology, serving as […]

Business Professor’s Book on Communication Skills is Published

Dr. James Walz, Professor of  Business and Management and Chair of the Department, recently had a book published for leaders in organizations focusing on honing their communication skills. This book resulted from Dr. Walz’s desire to give leaders the tools they need to orient everyone on their teams toward a single, action-oriented goal. The book is titled: SPeak […]

Sociology Professor Presents on Learning Approaches and Their Impacts

Dr. Edward Clarke, Professor of Sociology at Vanguard University recently presented a paper entitled “3 Years Later: Outcomes and Reflections on Community-Based Active Learning” at the California Sociological Association in November of 2013. Using the Homlessness Project in Costa Mesa, CA that began in 2008 as the context to describe this learning approach and its […]

Kinesiology Professor Published on Second Impact Syndrome

Dr. Terry Zeigler, Professor of Kinesiology at Vanguard University, recently had an article published concerning her work on Second Impact Syndrome. This syndrome can result in fatality and is caused by concussed athletes returning to play too soon. This article reflects Dr. Zeigler’s commitment and knowledge to diagnosing and treating sports related injuries. Her articles […]

Director of Nursing Program publishes another piece from her work as a Research Facilitator

Dr. Mary Wickman, Director of the Nursing Program and Professor at Vanguard University, recently had an article published from her work as a research facilitator at St. Jude Medical Center in Fullerton. This publication resulted from a multi-site research that was conducted between the sister ministries of St. Jude, St. Joseph, and Mission Hospitals and […]