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  • Communications Staff | Springfield College
    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 Office of Communications Communications Staff Section Menu Marketing and Communications Communications Start Your Project FAQs Social Media Publications Triangle Magazine Massasoit Monthly Branding Guidelines Staff Editorial Style Guide Communications Staff Our office is comprised of dedicated marketing and communications professionals We re available to help identify develop and produce marketing and communications materials for the College and its individual offices and departments Anne Fischer Graphic Designer afischer springfieldcollege edu 413 748 3140 Kelly Gonya Print Production Manager kgonya springfieldcollege edu 413 748 3172 Judith Kelliher Staff Writer and Photographer jkelliher2 springfieldcollege edu 413 748 3962 Brian Magoffin Director of Sports Communications bmagoffin springfieldcollege edu 413 748 3341 Crystal Maldonado Web Writer cmaldonado3 springfieldcollege edu 413 748 3674 Damon Markiewicz Associate Director

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  • Editorial Style Guide | Springfield College
    word at after the college or university name Refer to Springfield College entry for information specific to the College YES Steve Posner coached at the State University of New York at Cortland colon When introducing a list try to avoid using a colon One way to avoid the colon is to make the introducing statement a complete sentence YES The instructions include the following commas Include commas in a complete series including before and YES The flag is red white and blue committee Only capitalize when using in formal name YES He has been asked to be on the Presidential Search Committee comparisons When comparing amounts always use more than Do not use over YES There were more than 5 000 people in attendance concentration consecutive straight When referring to something occurring multiple years in a row use consecutive Do not use the word straight YES The men s team won the tournament for eight consecutive years co sponsored couple Two items or people course names Capitalize official course names coursework D dates Capitalize days of the week Spell out each month when no numeric date follows When a numeric date follows shorten names as shown Jan Feb March April May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov and Dec DESIGN EXCEPTION On invitations and save the date cards where date is standing alone full month names are acceptable YES Basketball was invented in December 1891 Sept 11 2011 was a tragic day Labor Day is Sept 5 this year The Hoophall Classic takes place every January When referring to a month and year do not use the word of e g March of 2009 You can use of for seasons e g summer of 1969 Use a hyphen for range of dates including years YES Aug 3 5 1996 1994 99 dashes Dashes should be set tight no space on either side of the dash Use an em dash insert two hyphens and then begin typing next word without a space YES Rick ordered a salad a rarity for this steak lover at Casa Palmero decathlon decimals Use decimals for scores where appropriate Be consistent degrees Refer to The Associated Press Stylebook entry academic degrees when utilizing degree titles Refer to academic degrees 15 21 22 in The Chicago Manual of Style for abbreviations of academic degrees Lowercase and use an apostrophe in bachelor s degree a master s etc Capitalize and do not use an apostrophe in Bachelor of Arts Master of Science etc When writing out degrees they should be listed by year received with most the most recent degree last Do not use pronouns preceding the degrees If a person has their doctorate they should be listed with that acronym following his or her name Do not use Dr preceding a name unless the individual holds a doctoral degree in medicine dental surgery optometry osteopathic medicine podiatric medicine or veterinary medicine YES Mimi Murray PhD earned bachelor s and master s degrees at Springfield College Mimi Murray PhD earned a Master of Science degree in physical education departments and offices Capitalize Refer to specific departments as Department of and specific offices as Office of YES Kathy Mangano chairs the Department of Physical Education and Health Education Kelly Gonya works in the Office of Communications Department of Public Safety Not campus safety Campus safety should be used when discussing being safe on campus Distinguished Springfield Professor of Humanics divisions The College has five divisions These are to be acknowledged as divisions and not offices or departments The names of divisions are as follows Division of Academic Affairs Division of Development and Alumni Relations Division of Finance and Administration Division of Inclusion and Community Engagement Division of Student Affairs Division III dos and donts Dr The title Dr is only used for individuals who hold a doctoral degree in medicine dental surgery optometry osteopathic medicine podiatric medicine or veterinary medicine All others should have the degree listed after their name on first reference and be referred to by last name alone subsequently YES Julia Chevan PhD went to Rwanda Chevan is a Fulbright Scholar E East Campus Eastern College Athletic Association ECAC email ex officio exclamation points Try not to use them If use is absolutely necessary use only one F Facebook When encouraging people to connect with you on Facebook in text ask them to like your page Do not use a URL to refer individuals to your Facebook page Instead ask them to like the name of your page When outlining your Facebook page contact information in print or Web pieces use the social media icon and name of the Facebook page Do not use the link YES Springfield College NO Like us on Facebook at facebook com springfieldcollege faculty In plural usage it stands alone For singular use faculty member few An indefinitely small number of persons or things typically three to 10 fewer or less Fewer should be used with individual items less for quantity or bulk Refer to fewer less entry in The A P Stylebook for details field goal fieldwork Flynn Campus Union foul shot freshman Avoid Use first year student or rookie for athletics stories Friends of Springfield College Athletics Use as a plural collective term full time noun full time adjective fundraising fund raising fundraiser When using as noun use one word When using as a compound modifier hyphenate fund raising YES Kelly will make a schedule for the fund raising campaign Bill is organizing the fundraiser G GPA grades academic Capitalize A B C Use an apostrophe when plural Do not use quotation marks YES Malcolm got a B on his paper Gina got straight A s grades school years When describing a range of grades use numerals and a dash When talking about a single grade write out the numeral YES The study focuses on grades 5 8 Amelia could play chess in first grade graduation years Following name use a backwards apostrophe and the last two numerals of the graduation year For graduates from the 1800s or from before 1920 write Class of followed by the full year For advanced degrees put a capital G before the apostrophe For honorary degrees put a capital H before the apostrophe Do not put a space after the G for advanced degrees the H for honorary degrees or the doctoral acronym when denoting a graduation year Use a comma between degrees for multiple degree recipients Use a comma before the G when advanced degree information follows an individual s name Include degree certification or licensure before graduation years when relevant Bachelor s degree Kerri Vautour 07 Bachelor s and master s degree Richard Veres 95 G 97 Master s degree Jane Vottero G 10 Terminal degree from Springfield College Irene Cucina DPE 99 Terminal and undergrad grad degrees from Springfield College Lynn Couturier 81 DPE 86 Terminal degree not from Springfield College Shawn Ladda EdD G 85 Lynn Johnson EdD 77 G 85 Bachelor s and master s degree with other professional designation Michael Boyle ATC 81 G 82 Honorary degree Sally Griggs H 12 Earned degrees and honorary degree Timothy Mutphy 78 79 H 12 Certificate of advanced graduate study Bob Mackie G 09 CAGS 11 Triangle class notes Class notes are listed by year Bachelor s degree recipients are listed under the year with no year after their name 2007 Kerri Vautour s dog was voted best dog ever by Dog Fancy magazine Postgraduate degree recipients with no Springfield College bachelor s degree are listed with a G in parentheses to denote degree 2010 Jane Vottero G has an impressive collection of chickens Graduates with both bachelor s and postgraduate degrees are listed under their undergraduate year with their graduate year in parentheses 1976 Charlie Brock G 80 has coached the basketball team for many years Graduates with a terminal degree from the College with no Springfield College bachelor s or other advanced degree are listed under their graduation year with their academic abbreviation following their name in parentheses 2001 John Smith DPT is a physical therapist in Maryland Graduates with a terminal degree and a bachelor s or advanced degree from Springfield College should be listed under their undergraduate or advanced degree graduation year with the terminal degree and year in parentheses 2000 Michelle Moosbrugger PhD 06 teaches at Springfield College If a class note includes more than one alumnus and they have different graduation years choose one usually the submitter to list the note under Graduation years for others are listed after their names with no parentheses 1986 Kathy Mangano G 88 heads the physical education department Ted France 91 G 93 also teaches in the department Gymnastics Exhibition Show On second reference the home show is acceptable H hashtags Keep hashtags lowercase If utilizing a hashtag in reference to the College use springfieldcollege headlines In headlines the first letter of each word should be capitalized unless it s a preposition and not the first word hyphens in headlines Keep the second word of a hyphenated phrase lowercase unless the second word is a proper noun YES Full time Teachers Earn More Money Non English Speaking Students Win Awards health care high school sports When referring to a specific team comprised of one gender use boys and girls YES The boys basketball team won the championship Hispanic Humanics Capitalize YES Springfield College is driven by the Humanics philosophy Humanics in Action Day Springfield College initiated Humanics in Action Day in September 1998 It was the idea of Distinguished Springfield Professor of Humanics Peter Polito and leaders of the New Student Orientation program to revive and expand an event described in the 1918 Springfield College yearbook In the college s early years student work groups volunteered to improve the developing campus Since 1998 Humanics in Action Day has been a day of service to the local community hyphens adjectives Hyphenate two word combinations that serve as adjectives See headlines entry YES He is a full time employee He works full time hyphens prefixes Use prefixes as one word unless the prefix ends with the same letter that the base word begins See headlines entry YES Cocurricular Interdisciplinary Inter relationships I ID Identification card Do not use I D Inc Include a comma before Inc This is an exception to Associated Press style Instagram When encouraging people to connect with you on Instagram in text ask them to follow you Keep your username lowercase and utilize the symbol before the username When outlining your Instagram account contact information in print or Web pieces use the social media icon and handle of your Instagram account Do not use the link YES springfieldcollege NO Follow us on Instagram at instagram com springfieldcollege Internet J James Naismith Instructor not professor or student Do not refer to him as Dr James Naismith junior senior Abbreviate as Jr and Sr only with full names Do not precede with a comma L Latina Latino Learning in Later Life longstanding M majors minors and concentrations Do not capitalize YES He is in the youth development major She is minoring in psychology MassMutual Center midnight Not 12 a m movement and sports studies N Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame names Refer to The Associated Press Stylebook for use of names Exception First names may be used after first reference in testimonial or profile pieces with deliberate intention NCAAs Not NCAA s New England Women s and Men s Athletic Conference NEWMAC Use full name in first reference Never say NEWMAC conference The C in NEWMAC stands for conference so adding another conference makes it redundant noon Not 12 noon or 12 p m numerals Spell out numbers one through nine Use numerals for 10 and above Always use numerals for ages See grades for exceptions If a numeral begins a sentence spell it out unless it s a year If possible restructure the sentence so the year is not at the beginning To denote a fraction half quarter etc use symbol ½ with space between symbol and numeral YES The department welcomed three new faculty members The faculty consists of 24 professors Bob Billups is 5 years old Twelve drummers are in the band She worked on the project for 10 ½ months 2014 was a great year O off campus on campus Both are adjectives YES The event will be on the campus Let s go to the on campus event offices See departments and offices entry OK Not okay or O K Olympics Capitalize all references to the international athletic contests online ordinal numbers Spell our ordinal numbers first second tenth except when the numerals are 10 or higher In these instances ordinal indicators st nth nd rd should be written as superscripts YES The students came in first place in the competition This is the director s second year leading the event Mary Beth Cooper PhD DM is the 13th president of Springfield College This year the club will celebrate its 25th anniversary P percent Follow numerals guidelines use numerals for decimals Write percent YES The pass rate is 60 7 percent periods Use one space after a period or other form of punctuation physical education Not phys ed or PE Post Office Box Spell out don t use P O Box if there is no number If it s part of an address P O Box is OK postseason pre Do not hyphenate unless following word begins with a vowel or if the two words combined would create a new word PreK premedical president s title Mary Beth Cooper PhD DM president of Springfield College Cooper is the 13th president of Springfield College and took office on Sept 1 2013 the Pride Only use in reference to athletics teams after 1995 Use Springfield College or the College for teams before that period The Pride is singular See team entry program names Only capitalize if the full name of the program is used Do not capitalize the word program in those instances Do not use the word program in place of the word major minor or department Refer to academic disciplines as majors except when referring to graduate programs dual degree programs dual certification programs and pre professional programs Lowercase majors and minors Subsets focuses of majors are referred to as concentrations Exception Program names that are normally capitalized e g English YES She teaches in the Springfield College Athletic Training Doctor of Physical Therapy Dual Degree program He is part of the Springfield College Premedical Scholars program NO He is part of the Dual Certification in Physical Education and Health Family and Consumer Sciences Program proper nouns Proper nouns receive capitalization In the case of a professional title Springfield College Legal Counsel Chris Neronha would be correct but college legal counsel is not a proper noun In our style guide we make exceptions for the five schools departments offices and the words Board Trustees and College when they refer specifically to our own So fall is not capitalized it s a noun but not proper the Fall refers to the Fall of Adam and Eve west is not capitalized here it is an adjective indicating place It is capitalized when it refers to the West of the United States the Occident countries in the Western Hemisphere etc public schools Capitalize when name of city or town precedes it YES The program will target Springfield Public School students She attended a public school NO The program will target Springfield public school students She attended a Public School Pueblo East Campus Q quotation marks Punctuation goes inside the quotation marks YES Anne said We need to increase the photo size R rankings Use No and numerals when providing a ranking or write out YES The Pride was No 1 in the nation They defeated second ranked Amherst NO The Pride was 1 in the nation They defeated 2nd ranked Amherst ratio Use figures and hyphens YES The student to faculty member ratio is 13 to 1 residence halls Not dorm or dormitory regional campuses Regional campuses for the School of Professional and Continuing Studies should be identified in the following ways Springfield College Boston Springfield College Charleston Springfield College Houston Springfield College Manchester Springfield College Milwaukee Springfield College St Johnsbury Springfield College Southern California Springfield College Tampa Bay reunion Reunion Weekend Reunion 2012 50th reunion when referring to the Springfield College event S School of Arts Sciences and Professional Studies School of Health Physical Education and Recreation School of Health Sciences and Rehabilitation Studies School of Professional and Continuing Studies When mentioning a specific campus refer to the regional campuses entry Capitalize school when referring to School of Professional and Continuing Studies at any time school names Capitalize school names as well as the word school in specific reference YES Anne Herzog is the dean of the School of Arts Sciences and Professional Studies The School offers an active visual and performing arts program School of Social Work semicolon Place semicolons outside of quotation marks Refer to The Association Press Stylebook punctuation guide semifinals semifinalists serial comma Use a serial comma YES The flag is red white and blue sexist language Avoid whenever possible Avoid the use of freshman coed and chairman as well as fellow when used as a synonym for other Use first year student chair of the board chairperson etc social media When outlining the social media accounts list them as follows When a department or office has more than the below outlined accounts list the additional accounts at the bottom See specific social media platform entries for further information Instagram Twitter Facebook YouTube spacing Double spaces are no longer included after a period in a sentence They were necessary when using typesetting or a typewriter because these both used monospace type Now however word processing programs use proportional type and double spaces no longer enhance readability spirit mind and body When possible use this phrase in conjunction with in leadership

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  • Giving Day | Springfield College
    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 Giving Day How many alumni and friends can give to Springfield College in 24 hours Until March 3 We ll find out on March 3 Springfield College Giving Day when all alumni and friends of the College join together to give back in support of our students This year s March Challenge has a twist Make your gift on March 3 to help us do what we ve done in 31 days in 24 hours WHAT COUNTS All gifts of 10 or more to the Springfield College Fund Friends of East Campus and Friends of Springfield College Athletics WAYS TO GIVE Online by phone or in person on March 3 Gifts can also be mailed to

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  • Springfield College Students Gain Valuable Experience Working at Spalding Hoophall Classic | Springfield College
    14 19 48 For the 12 th consecutive year members of the Springfield College Events Management 116 class assisted with all facets of operations at the 2016 Spalding Hoophall Classic from Jan 14 through Jan 18 at Springfield College s Blake Arena More than 70 students gained valuable sport management experience in a real life setting This event has become a valuable learning tool because it offers a great opportunity for Springfield College students to experience a first class event and get direct hands on experience said Springfield College Chair for the Department of Sport Management and Recreation Kevin McAllister It takes what the students have learned in the classroom and brings it all together in a live setting The Spalding Hoophall Classic continues to be one of the premier high school basketball events nationwide The College welcomes 50 teams and more than 8 000 visitors to campus throughout the weekend The College enters the national stage again this year as many of the games will be televised on ESPN and ESPNU Springfield College students will be working in a variety of roles during the event including serving as security media relations assistants event operations assistants and liaisons to the participating teams When the students see those ESPN trucks setup and you start to feel the buzz of all of the big name college coaches in attendance they quickly realize this event is a big time event said McAllister This is a great opportunity for the students and a great opportunity for the College The Hoophall Classic celebrated its 15 th anniversary in 2016 and this year also represented the 125 th anniversary of the birth of basketball which was invented by Dr James Naismith in 1891 at Springfield College Founded in 1885 Springfield College is known worldwide for the

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  • Springfield College Assists in Hosting Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration | Springfield College
    Day Celebration Section Menu News News 2014 Headlines 2013 Headlines Springfield College Assists in Hosting Martin Luther King Jr Day Celebration Wed 2016 01 13 11 26 Springfield College collaborated with MLK Family Services the Community Music School of Springfield and D R E A M Studios in hosting the 2016 Dr Martin Luther King Jr Day Celebration on Monday Jan 18 at the MassMutual Center in downtown Springfield Springfield College Vice President for Inclusion and Community Engagement Calvin Hill and students from the Springfield College Department of Dance participated in the day s events Springfield College is proud to support this year s Dr Martin Luther King Jr Celebration Day said Hill who appeared on WGBY s Connecting Point talking about the event Through embracing the theme of reclaiming the dream of the beloved community we strive to march towards the goal of creating an inclusive community where every member is valued and welcomed On this day we will not only gather to celebrate our past but through our youth we come together to celebrate our future This year s Dr King Day celebration included music dance and spoken word from a variety of Springfield community groups and schools providing inspiration and reflection of the legacy of Dr King One of the shining moments in Springfield College s history was when Dr Martin Luther King Jr delivered the commencement address at the College in June 1964 In 2014 Springfield College established the Martin Luther King Jr Lecture which occurs annually on campus each year and honors the history of inclusion and diversity at Springfield College Founded in 1885 Springfield College is known worldwide for the guiding principles of its Humanics philosophy educating students in spirit mind and body for leadership in service to others With its foundation of academic

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  • Springfield College Highlighted in James Naismith Audio | Springfield College
    the excitement of the Naismith family when the audio recording was released In this 1939 recording James Naismith specifically mentions Springfield College as the home of the very first organized game of basketball The only known audio recording listen here of basketball inventor and Springfield College alumnus James Naismith describing the first organized game of basketball played 124 years ago this month at Springfield College was unveiled this week by Michael J Zogry an associate professor of religious studies at the University of Kansas Zogry who recently obtained the three minute audio from the Library of Congress has collaborated with Springfield College Archivist Jeffrey Monseau throughout the years in sharing historic documents regarding James Naismith and the history of basketball Rachel Naismith the inventor s great granddaughter and the assistant director of information and research at Springfield College s Babson Library described the excitement of the Naismith family when the audio recording was released As a Naismith and a member of the Springfield College community I can assure you that there was much excitement and a lot of grinning going on when family members heard the voice of our relative my great grandfather on this long lost radio broadcast said Rachel Naismith It was startling to hear his voice clearly recount his recollection of the invention of this sport a sport that is played by people of all races genders and nationalities rich or poor around the world His humor and humility came through loud and clear Rarely do we get such an opportunity to peek back on history The audio takes the listeners back to the winter of 1891 when James Naismith a 31 year old graduate student at the time was instructed by Luther Halsey Gulick superintendent of physical education at the College to come up with a new activity that can be played by college students indoors during the long winter months in New England James Naismith s charge was to create a game that was easy to assimilate yet complex enough to be interesting It had to be playable indoors or on any kind of ground and by a large number of players all at once The goal was to provide plenty of exercise yet without the roughness of football soccer or rugby since those would threaten bruises and broken bones if played in a confined space James Naismith explains in the audio that it was that first game played that led Naismith to draft the 13 original rules which described among other facets the method of moving the ball and what constituted a foul A referee was appointed The game would be divided into two 15 minute halves with a five minute resting period in between James Naismith s secretary typed up the rules and tacked them on the bulletin board A short time later the gym class met and the teams were chosen with three centers three forwards and three guards per side Two of the centers met at mid court Naismith tossed the

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  • Springfield College Purchases Holy Family Rectory to Create Community Engagement Center | Springfield College
    community engagement center focused on educating students while engaging with community members to address community needs A team of Springfield College staff and students coordinated by Springfield College Director of Student Volunteer Programs Charlene Elvers is developing a plan for the new center The group is currently in the brainstorming stage Some early ideas include an exchange center for clothing books and other items and possible space for tutoring and workshops Ideally this center will match the needs of our communities the community of neighbors surrounding the campus and the college students faculty and staff at Springfield College and lessen the feeling of separateness said Elvers This center has the potential to link the issues that students care about with the things they believe they can change providing a platform to develop students as leaders in service to humanity Springfield College students will actively be involved in the refurbishing of the space providing them a unique hands on experience in helping renovate a landmark building to serve as a community resource The College values its partnerships with its surrounding neighborhoods and once again will collaborate with its campus partners when recreating this space We were motivated to acquire this space to design and create a civic engagement center that serves the community and that provides valuable real life experience training to our students so that they may become engaged civic leaders after they graduate said Springfield College President Mary Beth A Cooper Cooper helped lead the work on the outside of the center during the College s annual community service day called Humanics in Action Day Cooper was joined by several students staff and faculty on that day as they worked together to clear brush surrounding the facility Upon renovation the center will be just a quarter of a mile

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  • Humanities Faculty | Springfield College
    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 Humanities Faculty Section Menu Humanities Humanities Communications Sports Journalism English Minors Faculty Contact Humanities Faculty Kyle Belanger Instructor of Communications BA Syracuse University 1999 kbelanger2 springfieldcollege edu Martin Dobrow Professor of Communications BA Wesleyan University 1983 MA University of Massachusetts 1989 mdobrow springfieldcollege edu Justine Dymond Associate Professor of English BA Carnegie Mellon University 1992 MFA Creative Writing University of Massachusetts 1999 PhD English University of Massachusetts 2004 jdymond springfieldcollege edu Alice Knox Eaton Professor of English BA Oberlin College 1981 MA University of Massachusetts 1996 PhD University of Massachusetts 1998 aeaton springfieldcollege edu Dan Fraizer Professor of English BS University of Kansas 1978 MA University of Massachusetts Boston 1986 PhD Michigan State University 1993 dfraizer springfieldcollege edu Dennis Gildea Associate Professor of Communications BA Villanova University 1966 PhD in Mass Communication from Penn State University 1988 dgildea springfieldcollege edu Dennis Gouws Professor of English BA University of Witwatersrand MA Northeastern University PhD University of Connecticut English Secondary Education License dgouws springfieldcollege edu Lethuy Hoang Associate Professor of Modern Languages BA Agnes Scott College 1984 MPhil Yale University 1989 PhD 1997 lhoang springfieldcollege edu Rebecca Powell Lartigue Professor of English BA in English Louisiana State University MA in English University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign PhD in English University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign rlartigu springfieldcollege edu Margaret Lloyd Professor of English Distinguished Springfield Professor of Humanics BA University of Rochester 1967 PhD University of Leeds 1975 mlloyd springfieldcollege edu Kevin McGinnis Instructor of Religion BA Classical Studies and Religious Studies University of California San Diego 2000 MA Religious Studies Brown University 2003 MS Educational Psychology

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