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  • Center for Wellness Education and Research | Springfield College
    Directory PrideNET Academic Programs Center for Wellness Education and Research Section Menu Center for Wellness Education and Research Center for Wellness Education and Research About Us Why the CWER at Springfield College Wellness Tools Events Advisory Board Contact Center for Wellness Education and Research We re good at what we do Here s what people are saying about our program See a sample of our videos Latest News Center for Wellness Education and Research Hosts World renowned Neuroscientist and Nutrition Expert Nicole Avena Neuroscientist and nutrition expert Nicole Avena will present Why Diets Fail Because You re Addicted to Sugar on Thursday Nov 19 at 7 p m in the Fuller Arts Center During the talk hosted by Center for Wellness Education and Research Avena will reveal research that shows sugar is addictive and offer science based tips to help curb cravings Read more Richard Wood Associate Professor and Director for the Center of Wellness Education and Research Recently Appeared on WGBY s Connecting Point The Food and Drug Administration is proposing several changes to the nutrition labels you see on packaged foods and beverages and to give us a picture of what s being changed is Richard J Wood director of the Center for Wellness Education and Research at Springfield College X Richard Wood Associate Professor and Director for the Center of Wellness Education and Research Recently Appeared on WGBY s Connecting Point Center for Wellness Education and Recreation Presented Tom Naughton s Diet Heath and Wisdom of Crowds The Center for Wellness Education and Research at Springfield College presented Diet Health and the Wisdom of Crowds from Tom Naughton the writer director of Fat Head Read more about the event and Tom Naughton See the entire presentation here Springfield College Names Richard J Wood Director of Center for

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/center-for-wellness-education-and-research (2016-02-15)
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  • A Message from Dean Tracey Matthews | Springfield College
    you to excel School Mission The School of Health Physical Education and Recreation is dedicated to the College s mission of the Humanics philosophy through enhanced curricula that offers purposeful experiential learning and expansive content knowledge These educational experiences prepare our students to meet the progressive rigors of their careers Our students are encouraged to be critical thinkers and change agents in their chosen fields of endeavor We pledge our commitment to function as a collegial community dedicated to innovative teaching meaningful community and professional service and productive scholarly endeavor School Majors Our major fields of study applied exercise science athletic training nutritional sciences physical education health education adventure education sport management and recreation management are nationally and internationally recognized as among the leading professional preparation programs in the United States All of our programs are accredited and or approved by the appropriate national organizations or government agencies Although each major is unique and prepares students to enter a variety of professions they all have a general education foundation augmented by significant real world experience built into the curricula Most of the majors require at least two practical experiences including a full semester internship fieldwork or student teaching Real World Experience We have placed student interns with ESPN the New England Patriots the Boston Celtics Disney World Boston Children s Hospital Connecticut PGA Cooper Aerobic Institute the Buffalo Bills Stowe Mountain Resort National Park Service the universities of Tennessee Texas Auburn and Massachusetts YMCAs and with many other sites A large majority of our graduates secured their first jobs because of their exceptional performance in these high quality learning experiences We place student teachers within a 90 mile radius of the College for supervision and Massachusetts teacher licensing purposes Springfield College s eminence in sport wellness physical education nutrition exercise

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academics/school-of-health-physical-education-and-recreation/a-message-from-dean-tracey-matthews (2016-02-15)
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  • Undergraduate Occupational Therapy Program | Springfield College
    sciences and a master of science in occupational therapy in just five and a half years This challenging program enriches students background experiences and provides them with two different degrees a striking advantage in today s job market A year by year sample schedule is available upon request from the Office of Admissions Program Description Students enter this dual degree program as first year occupational therapy students and are simultaneously enrolled in the health science major For the first four years students engage in courses and practica required for their occupational therapy degree their health science degree and the College s general education requirements The professional component of the OT program begins in the student s fourth year and continues into the fifth or graduate year It includes two summers where students attend professional level courses with graduate students in the entry level master s program This is followed by six months of full time fieldwork in at least two occupational therapy settings Students in the professional program engage in a mix of classroom laboratory group projects and various levels of fieldwork experiences becoming practiced in entry level OT theory evaluation and treatment techniques clinical reasoning research teaching skills management and teamwork The interdisciplinary nature of the program design is enhanced by opportunities to share courses and activities with other students in the School of Health Sciences and Rehabilitation Studies including physical therapy communication disorders rehabilitation counseling emergency medical services management and physician assistant studies Clinical courses include two full time internships of 12 week duration each working in the field under the direction of experienced therapists Such collaborative activities facilitate the learning of essential technical and clinical skills critical problem solving techniques leadership skills and the development of self confidence and professional identity With more than 300 affiliated fieldwork

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/occupational-therapy/undergraduate-occupational-therapy-program (2016-02-15)
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  • Rehabilitation and Disability Studies | Springfield College
    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 Rehabilitation and Disability Studies Section Menu Rehabilitation and DIsability Studies Rehabilitation and Disability Studies Undergraduate Majors Undergraduate Minors Graduate Programs in Rehabilitation Counseling and Services Rehabilitation Counseling Program Outcomes Substance Abuse and Addictions Studies Institute Overview Rehabilitation and Disability Studies Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification CRCC Category R Advanced Certificate The Rehabilitation Counseling Program at Springfield College is currently offering a post graduate advanced certificate to support Category R eligibility requirements The CRCC Category R allows eligible applicants who have one of the degrees listed by the CRCC and have completed a minimum of 18 semester hours of graduate study within an advanced integrated program that awards a post graduate certificate upon completion to be eligible to sit for Certification as a Rehabilitation Counselor CRC Learn more about the CRCC Category R Rehabilitation and Disabilities Studies Contact Information Deborah C Cook Chair Department of Rehabilitation and Disability Studies 413 748 3321 dcook springfieldcollege edu The Department of Rehabilitation and Disability Studies offers undergraduate and graduate programs designed for students who are interested in entering rehabilitation and health care professions Undergraduate Programs The department offers three undergraduate majors focused on providing students with the skills and knowledge to serve people with disabilities or health issues or pursue an advanced degree The department also offers a dual degree pre professional rehabilitation counseling program

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/rehabilitation-and-disability-studies (2016-02-15)
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  • Dual Degree Pre-professional Rehabilitation Counseling Program | Springfield College
    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 Rehabilitation and Disability Studies Graduate Programs in Rehabilitation Counseling and Services Dual Degree Pre professional Rehabilitation Counseling Program Section Menu Rehabilitation and DIsability Studies Rehabilitation and Disability Studies Undergraduate Majors Communication Sciences and Disorders Health Science Rehabilitation and Disability Studies Dual Degree Pre professional Rehabilitation Counseling Program Addictions and Mental Health Children s Developmental Services Medical Rehabilitation Undergraduate Minors Graduate Programs in Rehabilitation Counseling and Services Rehabilitation Counseling Program Outcomes Substance Abuse and Addictions Studies Institute Overview Dual Degree Pre professional Rehabilitation Counseling Program Advanced Senior Graduate Program Leading to a Master s Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling and Services Today many undergraduate students begin thinking about a graduate degree during their first or sophomore year of college The rehabilitation and disability studies major offers an accelerated program through which a student can earn a bachelor s degree and master s degree in 5 ½ years Students accepted into this program will begin taking graduate courses during their senior year Eligibility requirements are as follows Student must have attained senior status or the completion of 96 credits of acceptable undergraduate work by the beginning of their senior year Student must be a rehabilitation and disability studies major A 3 00 cumulative GPA A 3

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/rehabilitation-and-disability-studies/graduate-programs-in-rehabilitation-counseling-and-services/dual-degree-pre-professional-rehabilitation-counseling-program (2016-02-15)
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  • Alternative Pathway for EMSM Professionals | Springfield College
    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 Alternative Pathway for EMSM Professionals Section Menu Emergency Medical Systems Management Emergency Medical Services Management EMSM Program Programs Alternative Pathway for EMSM Professionals Faculty Contact FAQs Alternative Pathway for EMSM Professionals Currently an individual certified as an Emergency Medical Technician EMT whether at the EMT Basic EMT Intermediate or EMT Paramedic level has limited options beyond providing emergency medical services EMS in the field As a result the turnover rate for field EMS professionals is 50 percent EMS professionals who wish to advance their careers in management supervision and administration need additional qualifications The School of Health Sciences and Rehabilitation Studies HSRS has partnered with the School of Human Services SHS a weekend program designed to meet the needs of working adults to offer EMS professionals a pathway to advancing their careers This new pathway for the completion of the EMSM Bachelor of Science degree will provide EMS professionals with more options beyond the field upon completion of their degree While Springfield College s EMSM undergraduate program provides students the skills and knowledge necessary to advance to managerial supervisory and administrative positions a full time day program is not practical for the working EMT For these individuals general education and EMSM major requirement courses needed to complete the degree are available in the undergraduate course offerings of the School of Human Services Candidate Profile In keeping with current SHS practice applicants will Be adult learners Have three or more years of paid or volunteer human service experience with two years at the full

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/emergency-medical-services-management/alternative-pathway-for-emsm-professionals (2016-02-15)
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  • Springfield College Rehabilitation and Disability Studies Department Receives Five-Year $997,500 Grant | Springfield College
    and Disability Studies Department in recognition of the College s strong relationship with state vocational rehabilitation agencies in terms of program quality national accreditation status graduate student clinical site internships and graduates employment in public agencies serving persons with disabilities The annual award is for 199 500 of which more than 90 percent goes directly to tuition and stipends for up to 12 full time equivalent graduate students pursuing a master s degree in rehabilitation counseling It is my hope that this long term training grant will help the Rehabilitation and Disability Studies Department to not only increase the number of qualified rehabilitation counselors in New England but also help increase the diversity of the graduates in the program by helping underrepresented students with the cost of education said Springfield College Professor of Rehabilitation and Disability Studies Michael Accordino the current project director who also served in that capacity for the previous five year grant award at Springfield College As a result of receiving the grant s financial aid students must commit to working in a state vocational rehabilitation agency with cooperating agencies located in Massachusetts Vermont New Hampshire Connecticut and upstate New York This training grant will help to ensure the availability of competent caring vocational rehabilitation professionals in the region for many years to come said Springfield College School of Health Sciences and Rehabilitation Studies Dean David J Miller The faculty members in this department are uniquely qualified to provide this training based on their scholarship experience and student centered approach to education Springfield College is celebrating the 60 th anniversary of the establishment of the graduate rehabilitation counseling program on the campus The College was among the first institutions to be awarded federal grant funds for this high need training area Springfield College is very proud to

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/news/springfield-college-rehabilitation-and-disability-studies-department-receives-five-year-997500-grant (2016-02-15)
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  • Lisa Robertson '12 Veteran and Single Mother | Springfield College
    VT Southern California Springfield MA Tampa Bay FL Wilmington DE The Student Experience Online Courses Course Registration Student Support Advising Academic Success Center Library Career Services Bookstore Disability Support Services Degree Acceleration Student Resources Admissions Admissions Bachelor s Application Master s Application Application Forms Bachelor of Science Master of Science Tuition Financial Aid Tuition and Fees Payment Plans How to Apply for Financial Aid Federal Financial Aid Grants Federal Pell

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/school-of-professional-and-continuing-studies/videos/alumni-profiles/lisa-robertson-12-veteran-and-single-mother (2016-02-15)
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