Springfield CollegeCollege & University in Springfield, Massachusetts
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A day in the life of a President on Presidents' Day.
President Cooper had a busy day yesterday. #SpringfieldCollege
Such a funny day......I received a few Happy President’s day messages that made me chuckle. Ran into an alum who had a powerful encounter with a student and gav...e a gift on the spot because he was moved by her generosity (she bought his muffin and coffee in line at DD earlier in the day).
Participated in the filming of a documentary of a current adult student whose journey has had many ups and downs. And now is on an upward trajectory. Coming off a weekend of many athletic wins, celebrations of our Ssbd At Sc group - remembering John Wilson,and connecting with a former student who has a daughter looking at Springfield College. On this president’s day, I feel fortunate to be here. Happy President’s Day one and all.
Dennis Gouws, a tenured English professor at Springfiel
But in June 2015, Dean Anne Herzog, wrote a letter to Gouws placing him on “Official Warning Status.dem
Professor Gouws revised the course THREE times to met the dean's objections
I will spend the rest of my life laughing at anyone witha... degree from Springfiel
Please please help my daughter to get her degree. I have been requesting
Springfield College Professor of Communications Martin Dobrow recently spent a day at the Wilbraham & Monson Academy presenting to students about the enduring legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. Speaking at an all-school chapel event in the morning, Dobrow shared the story of Dr. King’s appearance at Springfield College in 1964. He also offered students his views on some of the critical lessons that Dr. King still teaches us a half century after his death.
Clayton Lent’s own athletic interests led to his success at #SpringfieldCollege, inside and outside of the classroom. Lent discusses his interest in Springfield College Applied Exercise Science, Team Iron Sports, and (of course) Cheney Dining Hall.
Current students are invited to a panel of Young Alumni who will give advice on how to survive your first year on the job. Topics include how to:
• Transition from student to professional
• Maintain professionalism
• Effectively handle time management
• Be accountable and reliable...
• Develop professional relationships
• Understand expectations of employees
• Assess employer climate
• Dress properly
• Minimize cell phone usage during working hours
• Effectively handle multiple projects
Students are encouraged to bring questions to ask the panelists.
The panel will take place at 4 p.m. in the Flynn Campus Union Bistro.
For more information, please contact the Career Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or (413) 748-3222.
Yesterday was Draft Day at #SpringfieldCollege as the softball team signed a very important honorary member. 12-year-old Talia Soto was welcomed by teammates after being matched with the Pride through Team IMPACT (Inspire, Motivate, and Play Against Challenges Together), a national nonprofit that connects children facing serious illness with college athletes.
Thank you to Western Mass News for coverage of the event.
Springfield College Ice Hockey senior captains Jake Barnacle and Dan Chicoine preview Wednesday's home playoff game against MIT starting at 5:30 p.m. at Smead Arena.
Chet Galaska, author of "The Diabetes Book: What Everyone Should Know," will be offering free sessions of the Challenge Diabetes Program on campus. Galaska will explain how diabetes functions, how to best manage it, who is at risk for diabetes, and dispel misconceptions about contracting the disease.
This program is free and open to the public.
Call or email Laura Feeley to reserve your spot today at (413) 748-3178 or email@example.com.
Listen as Vaugh Williams, Senior Associate Athletics Director for Administration at Boston College, shares his experience as an athletic administrator who promotes servant leadership among student-athletes by helping them develop an attitude and practice of service to others.
Special Guest Presenter Sterling Brown, Director of Character Development at Kennesaw State University, will also share principles, stories, and experiences as they relate to servant leadership and its potential for impact.
The discussion will take place at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 27 in the Cleveland E. and Phyllis B. Dodge Room, Flynn Campus Union.
"When it comes to measures of career satisfaction, humanities grads are as satisfied as those who majored in STEM."
via Inside Higher Ed
Springfield College is proud to be a part of a Community Foundation Grant that will include four Western Massachusetts school districts having the opportunity to employ more teachers of color by 2020, thanks to a grant that will help paraprofessionals become certified teachers.
This year the Vagina Monologues is 76 women strong.
Join them tonight (2/8), Friday (2/9), or Saturday (2/10) as they continue the tradition in a play that delves into consent, sexual experiences, body image, and more, as seen through the eyes of a diverse group of women.
Earlier this week, #SpringfieldCollege Vice President for Communications and External Affairs was part of a delegation put together by Association of Independent Colleges & Universities in MA (AICUM) to meet with Congressman Richard Neal and Senator Edward J. Markey.