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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Springfield College Receives Support from George I. Alden Trust for Health Sciences Center

Springfield College was recently awarded $180,000 by the George I. Alden Trust towards the construction of its new Health Sciences Center.   Now under construction, the campus' newest facility is scheduled to open in the fall of 2023. Focusing on the dynamic future of clinical…

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Physical Therapy Faculty and Students Recognized as Healthcare Heroes

Faculty members and students from the Springfield College Department of Physical Therapy were recently recognized by BusinessWest as 'Healthcare Heroes' for their efforts as part of ServiceNet's Enrichment Center in Chicopee, and its Strive Clinic in Holyoke, two programs that care for adults with brain…

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Supporting Deserving Students at A Taste of Humanics

At left, Springfield College Emeritus Professor Peter Polito and 2022 Friends in Humanics Scholarship recipient Panayiotis Kapanedis. The Distinguished Springfield Professors of Humanics, both past and present, once again came together with current faculty and staff to raise funds that directly benefit deserving Springfield College…

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Alumni Return to East Campus with High School Students for Skill Development and Career Exploration

Seven Massachusetts high schools were represented at the most recent Youth in Motion. Youth in Motion Photo Gallery Springfield College alumni working as high school physical education and health education teachers, along with graduates serving as school counselors, returned toEast Campus on Friday, Oct. 28,…

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Second Cohort of Pride Cares Set to Assist with Mental Health Support Services

At Springfield College, students are the number one priority. Making sure they have the resources to stay physically and mentally healthy are as important as their studies. That’s why the College was proud to graduate its second cohort of students from Pride Cares with a special…

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Department of Social Work Establishes THRIVE Scholars Program

The Springfield College Department of Social Work recently received a $300,000 grant from Boston Children's Hospital's Collaboration for Community Health. With this funding, they will be able to establish the THRIVE Scholars Program which will benefit graduate social work students who are ethnically, racially, and…

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