Honoring Parents’ Legacy Provides Special Opportunity at Camp Massasoit

In memory of her parents’ strong affiliation with Springfield College, Pat Sargeant created a special way to honor their impact on East Campus and leadership of Camp Massasoit. This past summer, two local Springfield children were able to enjoy a full session each at Camp Massasoit…

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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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In Memoriam

Faculty Robert C. Barkman, PhD, Longmeadow, Mass., July 27, 2022. Known to his students as “Dr. Bob,” he taught for 42 years at Springfield College. Starting out first as a professor of biology, he helped start the college’s sports medicine program. He later moved to…

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Acclaim for Craig Shirley’s April 1945, The Hinge of History

The latest book by presidential historian and bestselling author Craig Shirley '78 recounts the final months of World War II. The long-awaited follow up to Shirley’s highly acclaimed December 1941, April 1945 tells of the final month of the Second World War. Vigorously researched and rich…

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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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Distinguished Professor to Focus on Education and Advocacy for TITLE IX

Dr. Kathy Mangano, professor of physical education and the Distinguished Springfield Professor of Humanics for 2022-23, will continue the tradition of preserving our Humanics philosophy and examining its implications by exploring Title IX on the 50th anniversary of its June 23, 2022, passage. Through her…

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Health Professions Pathways and Social Justice Academy Hosted on Campus

Springfield College Health Professions Pathways and Social Justice Academy participants on the Naismith Green on Friday, July 8, 2022. The Springfield College Division of Inclusion and Community Engagement partnered with faculty members from the Springfield College School of Health Sciences and School of Social Work and…

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