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  • Reciprocity | Springfield College
    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 Student Life Welcome to the Career Center Reciprocity Section Menu Career Center Welcome to the Career Center Students Employers Alumni Alumni Career Speaker Series Job Postings Reciprocity Alumni Success Stories Online Resources Parents Faculty Career Outcomes Events Videos About the Career Center Job Connect Reciprocity When job searching and or considering relocation Springfield College alumni are encouraged to seek reciprocity of services with other colleges and universities Reciprocity of services usually allows the alumnus access to job directories and listings Generally there is no fee for this service but some institutions do charge and some colleges universities may place restrictions on services available to

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/student-life/career-center/reciprocity (2016-02-15)
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  • Online Resources | Springfield College
    an endorsement or recommendation If you suspects misuse or abuse by a resource included on the Career Center Web page you are encouraged to immediately notify the Career Center 413 748 3222 or 413 748 3110 or via email at career springfieldcollege edu Job and Internship Links Job Links for Alumni Indeed Idealist Career Jet GlassDoor Best Places to Work Simply Hired Online Services JobConnect Upon completion of the alumni registration form and approval you will have access to all of your the postings Additionally you can upload your resume s and cover letter s JobConnect also allows you to upload credentials such as an unofficial transcript and reference letters into the system InterviewStream Online practice interview software NetCommunity Springfield College has upgraded to a new system and now you can handle everything making a gift registering for an event updating your address information effortlessly and without frequenting the post office It s all online Alumni Career Speaker Series Have you noticed how much the job search process has changed The Internet and social media have drastically changed the way hiring managers find employees and how they research them as well Join us online to ascertain and strategies from the nation s top career authors Koru Job Finder Koru s free job finder and immersive career training program helps soon to be and recent college grads find best fit jobs get noticed and land a job they ll love LinkedIn Networking Resources for Alumni LinkedIn Higher Education Learn how to create an effective LinkedIn profile and network Springfield College LinkedIn See and connect with more than 22 000 Springfield College Students Alumni Faculty and Staff Springfield College Career Networking Group Aa networking resource to connect Springfield College alumni students employers faculty and staff Career resources are provided Feel free to

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/student-life/career-center/online-resources (2016-02-15)
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  • Academic Affairs Directory | Springfield College
    Directions Directory PrideNET Academic Affairs Academic Affairs Directory Section Menu Academic Affairs Academic Affairs Academic Affairs Directory Academic Calendars General Education Information Outcomes Assessment Student Resources Faculty Senate Academic Affairs Directory Academic Affairs Directory Office of Academic Affairs Name Ext Building Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Jean Wyld 3959 Marsh Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs Mary Ann Coughlin 3959 Marsh Coordinator of Academic Affairs Cynthia Herlihy 3197 Marsh Executive Secretary Diane Pagnoni 3959 Marsh Coordinator of Institutional Research Jerold Raldy Laguilles 3244 Administration Coordinator of Undergraduate and Graduate Research Joanna Boody 3818 Marsh School of Arts Sciences and Professional Studies Dean Anne Herzog 3713 Hickory School of Arts Sciences and Professional Studies Department Chairs Business Administration Brenda Canning Co chair 3348 Locklin Michael Musante Co chair 3200 Locklin Chemistry Biology Julie Smist 3382 Schoo Bemis Education Mary Allen 3356 Locklin Humanities Joyce L Szewczynski 3665 Weiser Math Physics Computer Science Peter Polito 3313 Schoo Bemis Psychology Allison Cumming McCann 3025 Locklin Social Sciences Thomas Carty 3254 Blake Hall Visual and Performing Arts Martin Shell 3443 Fine Arts Center School of Health Sciences and Rehabilitation Studies Dean David Miller 3820 Health Science Center School of Health Sciences and Rehabilitation Studies Department Chairs Emergency Medical Services Management Judith Moore 3797 Blake Hall Occupational Therapy Katherine Post 3692 Health Science Center Physical Therapy Julia Chevan 3590 Health Science Center Physician Assistant Charles Milch 3514 Blake Hall Rehabilitation and Disability Studies Deborah Cook 3321 Locklin School of Continuing and Professional Studies Dean Robert Willey 3985 Blake Hall Associate Dean David Rudder 3985 Blake Hall School of Continuing and Professional Studies Campus Directors Boston Campus James Whitley 617 242 3361 Charleston Campus Elsie Smalls 843 554 7244 Houston Campus Benita Williams Interim 713 681 1120 Manchester Campus Julie Beth Elkins 603 666

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-affairs/academic-affairs-directory (2016-02-15)
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  • Academic Calendars | Springfield College
    info to follow Last day to withdraw from spring full semester courses Friday 4 15 Last day to withdraw from second half activity courses Tuesday 4 19 Classes End Tuesday 5 3 Reading Days Wednesday 5 4 Exams Thursday 5 5 Friday 5 6 Monday 5 9 Tuesday 5 10 Residence halls close Tuesday 5 10 5 00 p m Final date for submission of spring grades from faculty for graduating students Thursday 5 12 Baccalaureate Saturday 5 14 Graduate Commencement Saturday 5 14 Undergraduate Commencement Sunday 5 15 All graduating seniors must check out of their residence hall and return their keys to their respective halls by 4 p m Sunday 5 15 4 p m Final date for submission of spring grades from faculty for all students Monday 5 16 Degree Applications due in Registrar s Office for August 2016 Friday 4 15 Summer Semester 2016 Mini Session begins Monday 5 16 Last day to add mini session courses Monday 5 16 Memorial Day No Classes Monday 5 30 Mini Session ends Friday 6 3 Six Week Session begins Monday 6 6 Eight Week Session Begins Monday 6 6 Last day to add six week session courses Tuesday 6 7 Last day to add eight week session courses Wednesday 6 8 Degree applications due in Registrar s Office for August 2016 Monday 6 13 Independence Day No Classes Monday 7 4 Six Week Session ends Friday 7 15 Eight Week Session ends Friday 7 29 Classes that are not held due to the Memorial Day and Independence Day holidays are to be made up Fridays of each session are reserved for such make ups Fall Semester 2016 Fall early registration period Monday 4 16 All College Meeting Thursday 9 1 Last day to register without a late fee Monday 9 5 Labor Day No Classes Monday 9 5 Classes Begin Tuesday 9 6 Last day to add first half activity courses Wednesday 9 7 Last day to add full semester courses Monday 9 12 Last day to drop first half activity course without withdrawal grade Monday 9 12 Degree applications due in Registrar s Office for December 2016 Friday 9 16 Last day to drop full semester course without withdrawal grade Monday 9 19 Humanics in Action Day No classes until 4 p m TBA Columbus Day No Classes Monday 10 10 Last day to withdraw from first half activity courses Friday 10 14 Mid semester grades due from faculty Monday 10 17 Sunday 10 30 First half activity courses end Tuesday 10 25 Second half activity courses start Wednesday 10 26 Last day to add second half activity courses Thursday 10 27 Last day to drop second half activity courses without a withdrawal grade Wednesday 11 2 Spring semester early registration period Begins Monday 11 14 more info to follow Last day to withdraw from Fall full semester courses Tuesday 11 22 Residence halls close for Thanksgiving break Tuesday 11 22 7 p m Thanksgiving break begins

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-affairs/academic-calendars (2016-02-15)
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  • Outcomes Assessment | Springfield College
    Examination Review of Primary Literature Group Research Project Correctly identify and utilize the statistical tools needed to analyze the data collected for a research problem Assessment via Final Examination SPSS Tutorial Exercises Review of Primary Literature Group Research Project Program Based Assessment Guidelines All Departments will create program assessment plans for their undergraduate and graduate programs that will be utilized to guide program enhancement and improvement Each plan will include 4 6 statements of the desired student learning outcomes for students who successfully complete the program 4 6 statements of the direct and indirect assessments that the department will use to determine if students have achieved these outcomes And via annual reports to the School Dean a description of the ways in which the data information collected from these assessment has been and will be used to improve the program A sample program assessment might look like this 1 Statement of 4 6 desired student learning outcomes for students completing the program major e g Graduates of the Latin American Studies program should Be adequately prepared for graduate school study and or careers in service to schools and government agencies Demonstrate a basic knowledge of Latin American history including a grasp of the major events and the political significance of these events over the past 200 years Demonstrate an understanding of the geographic diversity of Mexico Central America the Caribbean Islands and South America Demonstrate an understanding of the diverse cultural anthropological and sociological background of Latin America Be capable of demonstrating the ability to integrate geographical historical economic social political and cultural knowledge of this region in an interdisciplinary and comparative way Be capable of utilizing the appropriate information methodologies technology and research techniques needed for the critical analysis of specific problems in the area of Latin America Studies 2 Statement of the 4 6 direct and indirect assessments that the department uses to determine if students have achieved these outcomes e g The Department of Latin American Studies uses the following assessment methods to determine if program graduates have achieved these learning outcomes The Department reviews the post graduation survey completed by the Office of Career Services each year to document whether program graduates have been successful in achieving their career goals In the spring semester of even years seniors in the program complete the ETS Major Field Test in Latin American Studies as part of their senior seminar requirements In the spring semester of odd years seniors in the program complete the MAPP SAILS Standardized Assessment of Information Literacy Skills as part of their senior seminar requirements Annually members of the department faculty review sample student portfolios to assess student progress in the understanding of Latin American history geography and culture Annually students enrolled in the senior seminar present completed research projects to a panel of department faculty and guest faculty from area Latin American Studies programs Students will receive individual grades on their projects while the panel will develop a summary assessment the class s progress

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-affairs/outcomes-assessment (2016-02-15)
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  • Student Resources | Springfield College
    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 Affairs Student Resources Section Menu Academic Affairs Academic Affairs Academic Affairs Directory Academic Calendars General Education Information Outcomes Assessment Student Resources Faculty Senate Student Resources College Academic Policies The Office of Academic Affairs can assist students who seek information about academic policies or procedures of the College The academic policies of the College are published online in the College Catalogs Academic Procedures and Request Forms Many of the College s routine procedures can be completed using the forms posted on the Office of the Registrar and the Office of Academic Advising Special Academic Requests or Approval Students seeking information or approval for the following requests will

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  • Classrooms | Springfield College
    Center Classrooms Curriculum Daily Schedule Directions to East Campus Camp Massasoit and the Child Development Center Forms Classrooms Mobile Adaptable Classrooms The Child Development Center classroom orientation reflects the choice based philosophy of teaching that is at the core of everything we do With the guidance of teachers children are encouraged to make their own decisions within open space rooms which are intentionally mobile adaptable and flexible to meet the changing needs of each day This developmentally appropriate practice recognizes each child s individual strengths and acknowledges that every child is different with varying levels of development and growth Our Classes Classes at the Child Development Center are organized according to the developmental stages of children making the transition from one level to the next smooth positive and enriching Depending on their age children can join one of three groups including the toddler room the 3s room and the PreK room The Toddler Room Toddler Ages 15 months to 2 years 9 months Toddlers grow and change at an amazing pace and are continuously trying to gain an understanding of their world The toddler classroom is designed to give toddlers the opportunity to take the first steps toward independence in an environment that is both enriching and nurturing Some features of the toddler room include A poster on the wall for each child that includes a photo of themselves their family and a piece of artwork as well as a family photo album in the book area A dramatic play area that encourages children to role play their family lives as well as other community members The 3s Room and the PreK Room 3s Ages 2 years 9 months to 3 years 6 months PreK Ages 3 years 6 months to 5 years The preschool curriculum encourages exploration and experimentation

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  • Curriculum | 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 Child Development Center Curriculum Section Menu Child Development Center Child Development Center Classrooms Curriculum Daily Schedule Directions to East Campus Camp Massasoit and the Child Development Center Forms Curriculum Cutting Edge Curriculum Reggio Emilia This approach integrates aspects of home and school through shared communication Through child directed brainstorming with teachers children have the opportunity to explore what interests them A variety of other elements including journals and display boards also emphasize interaction between children teachers and parents Emergent Curriculum This approach focuses on planning curriculum based on students interest and passion Children are introduced to brainstorming and webbing to investigate what can be learned The Massachusetts Department of Education Early Childhood Program Standards are incorporated into both the Reggio Emilia and Emergent Curriculum Communication is Key Communication is a key component of the Child Development Center curriculum The Child Development Center teachers listen to and talk with the children They also establish a rapport with the parents sharing information about classroom activities on a regular basis Parents also keep the teachers aware of what is happening in the children s lives outside of the classroom The toddler journal program is a great example of the level of communication between teachers and parents Each week teachers send home a journal entry discussing the toddler s progress and activities Parents are encouraged

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/child-development-center/curriculum (2016-02-15)
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