Tackling a Public Health Crisis

June 13, 2017

While serving as a volunteer emergency medical technician, Dave Basile first learned about naloxone, the treatment many first responders now carry to reverse suspected opioid overdoses. Although Basile has not... Read More

The Power of Performance

June 13, 2017

Ean Ammerman discovered his love for theatre the moment he appeared in his first play – an eighth grade production of The Miracle Worker. “After I spoke my first line,... Read More

Understanding Human Behavior

June 13, 2017

Toe Aung is one of the most prolific student researchers the Albright psychology department has seen in years. He has lost count of how many research projects he’s conducted. Aung... Read More

Albright College Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Awarded Two Fellowships, Will Co-Chair Multi-Year Seminar

May 30, 2017

Reading, Pa. – Albright College assistant professor of religious studies Samira Mehta, Ph.D., has been awarded two national fellowships. She will also co-chair a new, multi-year seminar on religion and... Read More

Albright College Researchers Examine What Women Want from Long-Term Partners Today

May 23, 2017

Reading, Pa. – What do women really want from their long-term partners? Romance? Gifts? Emotional support? Help around the house? The answer, according to a new study by Albright College... Read More