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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Springfield College Celebrates Juneteenth on Campus

The College acknowledged Juneteenth on campus with a book discussion of Anette Gordon-Reed’s New York Times bestselling book, On Juneteenth, with Vice President for Inclusion and Community Engagement Calvin R. Hill. Springfield College once again recognizes the many people and programs who are advancing the causes of freedom…

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Springfield College Hosts Second Annual A Day to Confront Racism

In a showcase of commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion at Springfield College, the second annual A Day to Confront Racism event was recently hosted on the campus featuring presentations that denounce racism, power, privilege, and prejudice. As part of the programming for the day,…

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Student Voices: Black Lives Matter on Alden Street

For many Black and Brown students, this is a conflicting time. Many of us have hosted events, programming, and conversations focused on diversity and inclusion on campus with little to no attendance or support.

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