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  • Contact | Springfield College
    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 Contact Section Menu Humanities Humanities Communications Sports Journalism English Minors Faculty Contact Contact Communications Sports Journalism The communication sports journalism program and the English program is located in Springfield College s Weiser Hall If you have questions about the communication sports journalism major or would like more information you may contact Professor Martin Dobrow 413 748 3253 mdobrow springfieldcollege edu You may also contact Lynn McGibbon Administrative Assistant 413 748 3607 lmcgibbon springfieldcollege edu English If you have questions about the English program or would like more information you may contact Professor Joyce Szewczynski Ed D Department Chair 413 748 3665 jszewczy springfieldcollege edu You may also contact Lynn McGibbon Administrative Assistant 413 748 3607 lmcgibbon springfieldcollege edu Admissions If you have questions about admissions or would like more

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/humanities/contact (2016-02-15)
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  • 2015 William Simpson Fine Arts Series Fall Schedule | Springfield College
    by author and Springfield College professor Richard Andersen the photos capture the murals painted on Orgosolo buildings which highlight the history and political struggles of Sardinia and beyond Concert October 1 Daniel Pearl Music Day Naismith Green and Flynn Campus Union 4 8 p m In celebration of the Springfield community this event is part of the Daniel Pearl World Music Days an international network of concerts that uses music to reaffirm a commitment to tolerance and humanity Since 2002 the event named after journalist Daniel Pearl who was murdered by Islamist extremists while reporting from Pakistan has grown to include more than 11 000 shows in 129 countries including Pakistan The concert features performances by the Zanetti School Choir the Community Music School CMG Jazz Ensemble Springfield College students and other special guests Theater Performance October 7 In My Shoes Judy Dworin Performance Project Fuller Arts Center 7 p m Performed by the Judy Dworin Performance Project of Hartford Conn In My Shoes is a dance performance and play that depicts what it s like as a woman both in and out of jail With a cast that includes incarcerated women In My Shoes has been described as a soul searching journey through the twists and turns of the walk to prison and back and what it truly means to be free This event is supported by a grant from the New England Foundation for the Arts as well as several Springfield College offices and departments including Springfield College Theater A discussion will follow the performance General admission 5 students and senior citizens 2 Tickets may be purchased at the door or reserved by calling 413 748 3443 Film Event October 26 Kind Hearted Woman Fuller Arts Center 7 p m Join acclaimed filmmaker David Sutherland for a screening of his PBS Frontline special Kind Hearted Woman The documentary creates an unforgettable portrait of Robin Charboneau a 32 year old divorced single mother and Oglala Sioux woman who confronts her alcoholism and the scars of being sexually abused as a child The New York Times describes the film as a detailed portrait of the kind of lives rarely given a media spotlight those lived on the margins of rural America where money and education are scarce A Q A will take place with Sutherland following the premiere Theater Performance November 12 15 Stage Kiss By Sarah Ruhl Presented by Springfield College Theater Directed by Martin Shell Fuller Arts Center Thursday Friday and Saturday 8 p m Sunday 2 p m Does art imitate life or life imitate art When two actors with a history are thrown together as romantic leads in a forgotten 1930s melodrama they quickly lose touch with reality as the story onstage follows them offstage MacArthur Genius Grant winner Sarah Ruhl delivers a brilliant comedy that aims for big laughs and hits its target with Stage Kiss a charming tale about what happens when lovers share a stage kiss or when actors share a real one

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/news/2015-william-simpson-fine-arts-series-fall-schedule (2016-02-15)
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  • Student Spotlight | Springfield College
    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 English Student Spotlight Section Menu Humanities Humanities Communications Sports Journalism English Minors Faculty Contact Student Spotlight Kyle Palazzi Class of 2015 English major Creative Writing concentration Although I began at Springfield College as a non traditional student my time here has been an amazing experience When I finally made the decision to continue my education on a full time basis the faculty and staff of the Humanities department were always willing to help me with whatever I needed and I was able to find an academic path that was right for me I could not be happier with the decision that I made and I have enjoyed my time here every step of the way My time as an English major has given me the tools to succeed well beyond my years at Springfield College The professors here challenge students in every class whether it is reading and analyzing assigned texts or acting out scenes from Shakespeare Each challenge is an opportunity for students to step outside their comfort zone to learn and to develop necessary skills that will be essential to their success after Springfield College Springfield College has helped me rediscover my love of literature and creative writing and it has presented me with opportunities that I could have never imagined were possible Serving on the editorial board of The Alden Street Review has led me to meet and collaborate with so many different people that share my passion for writing and the friendships that I have made

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/humanities/english/student-spotlight (2016-02-15)
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  • Alumni Spotlight | Springfield College
    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 English Alumni Spotlight Section Menu Humanities Humanities Communications Sports Journalism English Minors Faculty Contact Alumni Spotlight Kerri Fleming Vautour Class of 2007 English and COSJ major Master of Information and Library Science Southern Connecticut State University 2011 Currently Reference Librarian at Babson Library Springfield College Getting an English degree from Springfield College helped put me on a path that could lead to so many different types of careers The work I did inside and outside of the classroom along with the help of the supportive and passionate faculty truly prepared me for graduate school and for my career as a librarian I m constantly faced with tasks or situations that recall the skills and interests fostered as an English major and I had such a good experience that I couldn t wait to return to the campus and work as a librarian at Springfield College Brittany Hildebrand Class of 2010 English Secondary Education major Philosophy minor Master of Arts in English specialization in Writing and Rhetoric The University of Rhode Island 2012 Currently teacher of English at Plymouth North High School Plymouth MA grade 9 and grade 12 short story elective The English department and program at Springfield College exposed and provided me with a breadth and depth of various works ways of writing and critical theory of works and authors allowing me to become a more critical creative and intellectual reader and writer Even after pursuing graduate studies some of my most favorite courses and discussions were had within the classrooms of Weiser Locklin and Hickory Hall of Springfield College and with some of

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  • Five Great Reasons to Major in English at Springfield College | Springfield College
    at the elementary or secondary levels British literature or American literature Additionally many Springfield College students minor or double major in a related field a crucial flexibility as few college graduates remain working in a single career over the course of a lifetime English majors communicate clearly and effectively We live in a global technological age in which the ability to persuade argue and express ideas well is of paramount importance English majors at Springfield College get a firm foundation in reading writing and speaking fundamentals of success in almost every profession Good communication skills are also important for life outside of a career persuading neighbors to support a community initiative protesting a policy or billing error or writing sincere words of comfort to a grieving friend English majors are never at a loss for words English majors excel at critical thinking organization and research Analysis interpretation and research are the backbone of our courses from first year writing to literary surveys to the senior seminar English majors learn to critique analyze and respond to arguments and interpretations and they get ample practice in developing and supporting arguments of their own Springfield College students learn the skills needed to analyze a variety of texts not only poems short stories and novels but also non fiction essays films song lyrics Web pages advertisements and more These skills carry over into all aspects of life requiring careful response and confident decisions English majors enrich the life of the mind by contributing to the artistic community In an increasingly professionalized world English majors see value in the arts imagination and self expression They take pleasure in using language creatively they recognize the importance of what literature can teach us Reflecting on the world and their place in it English majors gain insight and

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  • Alden Street Review | Springfield College
    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 Humanities English Alden Street Review Section Menu Humanities Humanities Communications Sports Journalism English Minors Faculty Contact Alden Street Review Previous Editions 2015 Alden Street Review 2014 Alden Street Review Each spring the students at Springfield College publish a literary magazine called The Alden Street Review The student editorial board selects from the best poems short stories creative nonfiction pieces and artwork submitted by students faculty and staff on campus Some work comes from pieces sharpened and focused in creative writing courses but many submissions come from the diverse talent that is an exciting part of the Springfield College community The faculty advisor Justine Dymond PhD works closely with students as they learn the valuable skills involved in creating a literary magazine reviewing the submissions and making careful and considered editorial choices as well as editing designing and producing the magazine Copies of the literary magazine are free and are available each spring on the main floor of Weiser Hall in Babson Library and the Richard B Flynn Campus Union Students staff and faculty are encouraged to submit their work for consideration in the magazine Submitting Work Send submissions via email by clicking here or send deliver a hard copy to The Alden Street Review

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/humanities/english/alden-street-review (2016-02-15)
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  • Sigma Tau Delta | Springfield College
    Academics Academic Programs Academics Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Academic Advising Academic Success Center Babson Library Internships Explore Our Schools Arts Sciences and Professional Studies Health 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 Humanities English Sigma Tau Delta Section Menu Humanities Humanities Communications Sports Journalism English Minors Faculty Contact Sigma Tau Delta Recent ΣΤΔ Programs and Activities Attending a performance of Romeo and Juliet spring 2016 Hosting a word game night and holiday cookie baking party winter 2015 Attending a performance of Richard III fall 2015 Hosting a Banned Books Week Read In of frequently challenged books fall 2015 Forthcoming ΣΤΔ Programs and Activities Attending

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  • Teaching and Counseling Programs | Springfield College
    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 Educator Prep and Licensure Teaching and Counseling Programs Section Menu Educator Prep and Licensure Educator Prep and Licensure Teaching and Counseling Programs Standards for Educator Preparation Programs Undergraduate Programs Graduate Educator Preparation Handbooks Practica Applications and Process Practicum Resources and Forms Teaching and Counseling Programs Undergraduate Programs Program Grade Level Early Childhood Teacher of Students With Without Disabilities PK 2 Elementary and Special Education Leading both to an Elementary and Moderate Disabilities license 1 6 PK 8 Health Family and Consumer Science All Secondary Education Biology 5 8 8 12 English 5 8 8 12 History 5 8 8 12 Mathematics 5 8 8 12 Visual Art PK 8 5 12 Physical Education PK 8 5 12 Graduate Programs Program Level Stage Early Childhood Teacher of Students With Without Disabilities PreK 2 Initial Elementary 1 6 Initial Physical Education PreK 8 5 12 Initial Physical Education PreK 8 5 12 professional School Guidance Counselor PreK 8 5 12 Initial Secondary Education Initial Biology 8 12 Initial Business 8 12 Initial Chemistry 8 12 Initial Earth Science 8 12 Initial English 8 12 Initial Foreign Language Spanish 8 12 Initial History 8 12 Initial Mathematics 8 12 Initial Political Science Political Philosophy 8 12 Initial Visual Art 5 12 Initial Special Education Leading

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/educator-prep-and-licensure/teaching-and-counseling-programs (2016-02-15)
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