Springfield College Welcomes Activist, actor, poet Monti Washington

The Springfield College Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will host speaker, poet, and activist Monti Washington on Wednesday, February 8, 2023, at 7 p.m., in the Cleveland E. and Phyllis B. Dodge Room. The event will kick off Black History Month on the campus,…

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PhD Program to Prepare Equity-Minded Leaders and Faculty

Springfield College unveiled its online Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Leadership, starting with the first cohort of students beginning in July 2023. The PhD in educational leadership prepares students to become equity-minded leaders and faculty, who can engage a social justice philosophy as educational leaders.…

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Exploring the History of Civil Rights on Alternative Spring Break Trip

Alternative spring break trips are back in full swing at Springfield College. One of the trips, which will be led by Communications Professor Marty Dobrow and Vice President for Inclusion and Community Engagement Calvin Hill, will go to Georgia and Alabama on an educational journey…

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Peter V. Karpovich Lecture Features Research on Redesigning Organizations to be Inclusive 

The Springfield College School of Physical Education, Performance and Sport Leadership presented the 2022 Peter V. Karpovich Lecture featuring University of Massachusetts Vice Chancellor and Chief Diversity Officer and Professor of Sport Management Nefertiti A. Walker, PhD, on Thursday, October 13, in the Cleveland E. and…

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Arts & Humanities Speaker Series Lecture Features Famed Actress, Playwright, and Educator Anna Deavere Smith

Kicking off Homecoming Weekend, the annual Arts & Humanities Speaker Series featured Anna Deavere Smith, famed playwright, actress, and educator. The evening was made possible through the generosity of Carlton ’63 and Lucille Sedgeley. View photo gallery of the Arts & Humanities Speaker Series. Smith is most recognizable as the…

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Springfield College 9/9 for Title IX – The History of Women’s Basketball

View 9/9 for Title IX Photo Gallery... Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Famers Tamika Catchings and Tina Thompson headlined Springfield College's recent, day-long event, titled “9/9 for Title IX-The History of Women’s Basketball.” Hosted on Sept. 9, this event continued the year-long celebration of 50 years…

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Springfield College Students Assist with Humanities Research for the Public Good Grant

Springfield College was selected as one of 24 Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) member institutions to participate in the second cohort of its “Humanities Research for the Public Good,” grant program, a national initiative to promote student research and public engagement at private colleges and…

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