RADNOR, Pa. (April 10, 2018)—On Thursday, April 19, 7–9pm, Cabrini welcomes the League of Women Voters of Radnor Township to examine “fake news” during a free event in the Iadarola Center Lecture Hall.
The timely discussion will address what "fake news" is, what it is not, and how to tell the difference.
- The public is invited to this free event in the Iadarola Center Lecture Hall.
Directions are available online.
League of Women Voters member Anne Mosakowski will lead the discussion. Mosakowski is an Instructional Technology Specialist and Consultant, with a strong background in professional development to help educators focus on integrating technology within the K-12 curriculum.
Cabrini University’s long-standing relationship with the Radnor League of Women Voters began with Ivy Young Willis—a teacher, administrator, and reading consultant whose work at WQED in Pittsburgh lead the way for the teaching of reading on public television—and her daughter, Martha Willis Dale, who was a well-known Cabrini employee for more than 30 years. Both Willis and Dale were members of the League of Women Voters.
Cabrini is dedicated to preparing students to become engaged citizens of the world. Through thoughtful dialogue and respectful debate, students are encouraged to examine an issue from all sides in order to act and bring about meaningful change.
About Cabrini University
Founded in 1957 by the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Cabrini University is a Catholic institution that empowers students to become advocates of social change through an Education of the Heart, focusing on academic excellence, community engagement, and leadership development.
Cabrini enrolls approximately 1,650 undergraduates in more than 35 majors, pre-professional programs, concentrations, and minors on its serene 112-acre campus located 30 minutes from Philadelphia. The University also enrolls 800 students in graduate, doctoral, and professional studies programs at its main campus in Radnor, PA, and at five off-campus locations.