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  • Communications/Sports Journalism | Springfield College
    sports journalism major is designed to educate students in the fields of print TV radio and online journalism so that they may work in the media profession and or pursue graduate studies in communications The major seeks not only to provide pre professional training but also to educate the student in the traditional liberal arts and humanities The major is interdisciplinary allowing the student to pursue individual interests and providing a broad cultural context for the specialized field of communications sports journalism The major constantly weaves together theory and practice From day one students are encouraged to dive into real world journalism through field experiences internships and exposure to professional journalists To get a true sense of the program s campus presence check out SCStudentMedia com our student run multimedia news and information website You also can hear a student s account of her experiences with the communications sports journalism faculty members For more information about the communications sports journalism major contact Professor Martin Dobrow of the Department of Humanities at 413 748 3253 or the Office of Admissions at 800 343 1257 COSJ in Action ESPN Radio partnered with Springfield College communications students Get a sneak peek behind the scenes of SCTV3 Faculty in the Field Communications sports journalism Professor Kyle Belanger Works at Super Bowl XLIX Not only did Springfield College Communications Sports Journalism Professor Kyle Belanger head to Glendale Ariz to cover Super Bowl XLIX for his CBS Sports Radio daily sports talk show but he took his sports broadcasting students with him virtually Through the use of FaceTime Belanger taught his classes live from radio row using his iPad MassLive com wrote this piece and Local ABC affiliate WGGB produced this package about the experience Springfield College Communications Professor Martin Dobrow Appeared on MSNBC s Weekends

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/humanities/communications-sports-journalism (2016-02-15)
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  • Dance | Springfield College
    or dance education Or they may wish to take courses in management and economics to prepare for a career as a dance studio owner Fieldwork and internships provide students with the opportunity to work closely with a dance professional or institution For more information about the dance major contact Cynthia M Nazzaro EdD of the Department of Visual and Performing Arts at 413 748 3158 or the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at 800 343 1257 LEARN MORE Invitation to Dance Are you a high school student interested in dance Join us for Invitation to Dance happening February 2016 Register Do It Differently Study Dance in Italy Study dance for this summer within the heart of Italy s green umbrian hills in Perugia Italy Dance Minor The dance minor program offers students the opportunities to grow individually as dancers artists and knowledgeable observers of dance The program is designed to develop students intellectually physically and creatively and to encourage students to focus on a particular area of dance therapy performance choreography or education Career Opportunities in Dance Loading Dance Educator Choreographer Dance Movement Therapist Dance Studio Owner Exercise Fitness Trainer Dance Critic Professional Arts Manager Early Childhood Educator Photo Galleries Reconstruction Limon Etude 2008 About Gallery View Gallery image image image image image image X Reconstruction Limón Etude 2008 Music Franz Schubert Limón Company Artistic Director Carla Maxwell s choreographic tribute to José Limón distills his craft style and passion for movement Under the direction of Limón Company member Kristin Foote 15 students learned and performed the reconstructed piece in the William Simpson Fine Arts Series dance concert in 2008 Reconstruction of Ted Shawn s Labor Symphony About Gallery View Gallery image image image image image image X Labor Symphony Music Jess Meeker The Labor Symphony is group dance performed in four parts Labor of the Fields Labor of the Forest Labor of the Sea and Mechanized Labor The Labor Symphony was created in 1934 by Ted Shawn modern dance pioneer and founder of the Jacob s Pillow Dance Festival for his Men Dancers It remained in the repertory of the Men Dancers for two decades until they disbanded In 2008 University of Massachusetts Dance Professor Paul Dennis reconstructed it for the first time for Springfield College students and it was performed at the College the University of Massachusetts and Jacob s Pillow The original cast was comprised completely of men while the Springfield College cast was mostly women Reconstruction of Ted Shawn s Gnossienne About Gallery View Gallery image image image X Gnossienne Music Erik Satie Gnossienne a solo dance created in 1919 by modern dance pioneer Ted Shawn founder of Jacob s Pillow Dance Festival and former dance faculty member at Springfield College This unusual solo dance was reconstructed in 2008 by dance faculty members and has been performed in four different dance concerts by Kellie Lynch Karen Friedlander Brittany Gauthier and Megan Davis Samples of Faculty and Guest Artist Work 2008 2012 View Gallery image image image image

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/visual-and-performing-arts/dance (2016-02-15)
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  • Education | Springfield College
    gain experience in a variety of classrooms in Springfield College partner schools in the city of Springfield The combination of coursework with hands on learning allows students to skillfully apply current pedagogical theory in real world classroom settings Springfield College graduates are highly sought after graduation They teach in public and private preschools and at the elementary and secondary levels throughout the world It is not just the preparation that Springfield College students receive that makes them so marketable it is also the compassion enthusiasm and dedication to making a difference in the lives of their students that appeal to school leaders in urban suburban and rural school districts Program Highlights Springfield College teacher candidates will Learn a variety of teaching strategies that enable them to become highly skilled and effective teachers such as Student centered constructivist teaching How to hook students to keep them fully engaged in each lesson Develop necessary skills to work in collaboration with other professionals in the school such as Effective strategies for working with other teachers paraprofessionals and school support personnel Gain the knowledge and ability to educate and meet the needs of all students including Students with mild and moderate disabilities Students with diverse cultural backgrounds Students in urban rural or suburban settings Participate in a variety of community service opportunities and develop the skills necessary to become leaders in service to others such as Annual participation in Humanics in Action Day Involvement in a service project led by the Education Club and Kappa Delta Pi education honor society Teacher Preparation Programs Dual Licensure Elementary 1 6 and Special Education PreK 8 Early Childhood PreK 2 Elementary 1 6 Secondary 5 8 8 12 Choose secondary education to become a teacher in biology English history or mathematics Special Education PreK 8 Visual Arts

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/education (2016-02-15)
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  • Emergency Medical Services Management (EMSM) Program | Springfield College
    Services Health Center Multicultural Affairs Offices and Services Parents Families Public Safety Residence Life Richard B Flynn Campus Union Staff Directory Student Activities Student Government Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Academic Programs Emergency Medical Services Management EMSM Program Section Menu Emergency Medical Systems Management Emergency Medical Services Management EMSM Program Programs Faculty Contact FAQs Emergency Medical Services Management EMSM Program It takes a special kind of person to have the desire and commitment to learn emergency care for people who are injured ill or in crisis Springfield College Emergency Medical Services Management EMSM students have that passion and after graduation quickly become employed in this fast growing field Our EMSM bachelor s degree program is one of the oldest and most established It is one of only five such programs in the United States and the only one of its kind in the Northeast Many of our graduates start as paramedics and move into management roles Others move into regulatory agencies or corporations in emergency medical services EMS Some become physicians physician assistants

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/emergency-medical-services-management (2016-02-15)
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  • English | Springfield College
    Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Academic Programs Humanities English Section Menu Humanities Humanities Communications Sports Journalism English Minors Faculty Contact English English majors develop their ability to think critically to research discerningly and to write persuasively and clearly These are the skills that employers want to see in employees Many English graduates pursue careers in teaching but the English major is an excellent preparation for careers in many different fields including professional writing editing publishing the legal profession and non profits For more information about the English major contact Joyce Szewczynski EdD chair of the Department of Humanities at 413 748 3665 Teacher licensure is available within this major resulting in the opportunity to become state certified Visit the Office of Educator Preparation and Licensure for details Close Student Work Students in a college writing course taught by Adjunct Faculty Member Jill Giebutowski were asked to create a photo essay that shared photos from their experiences as first year students at Springfield College Students had the option to create a narrative have a theme or be a combination of both Lauren Muller Lauren Muller chronicles experiences from her first year as a Springfield College student Tom Ketley Tom Ketley is an international student from the UK His photo essay shares his journey as a volleyball player in England and his transition to playing for the Springfield College men s volleyball team Close Melissa Milich 15 Alumni Update Melissa Milich 15 is credited with bringing GivingTuesday to Springfield College The English major and political science minor along with facilitators of the Leadership Training Conference introduced the national event to the campus and ended up making a huge difference in the Springfield community with donations of school supplies clothing and

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/humanities/english (2016-02-15)
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  • Health Promotion for Schools and Communities | Springfield College
    Life Richard B Flynn Campus Union Staff Directory Student Activities Student Government Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Academic Programs Physical Education and Health Education Undergraduate Programs Health Promotion for Schools and Communities Section Menu Physical Education and Health Education Physical Education and Health Education Undergraduate Programs Movement and Sports Studies Major Adventure Education Physical Education Teacher Licensure Program Dual Certification in Physical Education and Health Family and Consumer Sciences Health Promotion for Schools and Communities Graduate Programs Minors Faculty Contact Health Promotion for Schools and Communities LEARN MORE Become a Teacher Teacher licensure programs are available within this department Visit the Office of Educator Preparation and Licensure for details The health promotion for schools and communities major prepares students to be professionals in the community health education field Health educator specialists work to encourage healthy lifestyles and wellness through the education of individuals and communities about behaviors that promote healthy living and prevent disease This major offers an option five year graduate track Students can graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in health promotion for schools and communities and then enroll in the health promotion graduate program which they will complete in one year and earn a Master of Science degree Students also may pursue teacher licensure through the health education certification concentration Teacher Preparation Students preparing to become teachers also take a range of education courses Upon completion they are eligible for the license exam to teach health education for grades PreK to 12 Health Education Teacher Licensure Program Requirement Sheet doc Core Curriculum In addition to general education requirements core curriculum in health studies and health education teacher licensure includes

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/physical-education-and-health-education/undergraduate-programs/health-promotion-for-schools-and-communities (2016-02-15)
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  • Humanities | Springfield College
    Professional and Continuing Studies Social Work Application Forms Online Inquiry Application Freshman Application Transfer Application Graduate Student Life Student Life Academic Success Center Babson Library Campus Recreation Career Center Counseling Center Dean of Students Dining Services Health Center Multicultural Affairs Offices and Services Parents Families Public Safety Residence Life Richard B Flynn Campus Union Staff Directory Student Activities Student Government Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Academic Programs Humanities Section Menu Humanities Humanities Communications Sports Journalism English Minors Faculty Contact Humanities Challenge your mind and nourish your spirit Do you want to cover the NBA for a daily newspaper Are you interested in writing or design work for a magazine Are you eager to become an editor a television anchor the play by play voice of your favorite team or a public relations specialist Maybe you yearn to teach and share your love of the written word with fifth graders or high school students Perhaps you want to pursue graduate studies and teach English at the college level Follow your heart to the Department of Humanities at Springfield College where we will put you on track to pursue the job of your dreams We offer thriving majors in Communications Sports Journalism and English that will challenge your mind and nourish your spirit Communications Sports Journalism English Department Happenings World renowned author Sherman Alexie left poses with Justine Dymond professor of English during his visit to Springfield College in October 2015 Alexie s young adult novel The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian was part of the summer reading assignment for incoming students Summer Study in Italy 2016 Study literature for five weeks

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/humanities (2016-02-15)
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  • Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science | Springfield College
    Physical Education and Recreation Health Sciences and Rehabilitation Studies Professional and Continuing Studies Social Work Application Forms Online Inquiry Application Freshman Application Transfer Application Graduate Student Life Student Life Academic Success Center Babson Library Campus Recreation Career Center Counseling Center Dean of Students Dining Services Health Center Multicultural Affairs Offices and Services Parents Families Public Safety Residence Life Richard B Flynn Campus Union Staff Directory Student Activities Student Government Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Academic Programs Mathematics Physics and Computer Science Section Menu Mathematics Physics and Computer Science Mathematics Physics and Computer Science Computer and Information Sciences Mathematics Mathematics and Computer Technology Elementary Teacher Licensure Mathematics and Computer Technology Secondary Teacher Licensure Mathematics Minors Faculty Mathematics Physics and Computer Science The Department of Mathematics Physics and Computer Science equips students with in demand technical skills and the practical experience they need to become successful in one of these fast growing and dynamic industries Students benefit from an active and exciting approach to learning They participate in hands on dynamic learning experiences that prepare them for real world situations and challenges in a learning environment that fosters student collaboration and teamwork In this program students will receive a strong foundation in the math and sciences fields making them well prepared to begin their careers or to pursue advanced study after graduation Undergraduate Majors Mathematics Computer and Information Sciences Secondary Teacher Licensure in Mathematics Elementary Teacher Licensure in Mathematics and Computer Technology Undergraduate Minors Sports Analytics Computer Programming Computer Science Mathematics Department of Mathematics Physics and Computer Science Contact Information Donna Wisniowski Administrative Assistant Department of Mathematics Physics and Computer Science 413 748 3117 dwisniow

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/mathematics-physics-and-computer-science (2016-02-15)
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