Springfield College Student Profile Cameron Borges

Springfield College Sport Management major Cameron Borges, Class of 2023, continues to emerge as a strong student leader on the campus. A student-athlete who is a captain on the Springfield College football team, Borges also is an active member of the Student Athlete Leadership Team…

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Springfield College Hosts MAHPERD Conference and Awards Banquet

Springfield College recently hosted the annual Massachusetts Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (MAHPERD) conference and awards banquet. Following two years of virtual formats, the conference returned to an in-person event for the first time since 2019. As part of the festivities, MAHPERD…

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Bill Stueck ’67 Presents on the Value of History as a Discipline

Bill Stueck ’67, PhD, recently returned to Springfield College to talk to our campus community about the value of history as a discipline in helping us understand issues as diverse as the COVID pandemic, the tobacco industry’s hiring of historians to research and testify in…

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Supporting Deserving Students at A Taste of Humanics

The Distinguished Springfield Professors of Humanics, both past and present, once again came together with currently faculty and staff to raise funds that directly benefit deserving Springfield College students as part of the annual “A Taste of Humanics” fundraiser, hosted on Thursday, March 10, inside…

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Harold Amos ’41, PhD: Scientist, Teacher, Mentor

The editors from the New York Times called him a  ”Pacesetter Among Blacks in Academia.” Born in New Jersey, Harold Amos ‘41, PhD, attended school in a two-room segregated schoolhouse in Pennsauken, N. J., but went on to become a microbiologist at Harvard Medical School,…

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