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  • George Piggford, C.S.C.  ·  Stonehill College
    a need based scholarship or some combination Learn More Academics Areas of Study Academic Partnerships Academic Program Advising Support Honors Program Honor Societies Academic Clubs Internships Study Abroad Undergraduate Research Outcomes Education for the Heart the Mind Our programs in the arts sciences and business administration emphasize deep understanding and effective practice Explore Areas of Study Student Life Area Attractions Campus Safety Community Standards Counseling Health Wellness Diversity Inclusion Housing Dining Parking Transportation Spiritual Life Student Organizations More than a College We re Family Stonehill is a friendly caring place where people are embraced for being themselves More than 90 percent of students live on campus helping each other meet challenges and find success Welcome Home Community Global Engagement The Martin Institute for Law Society The Center for Nonprofit Management The Farm at Stonehill The Carole Calo Gallery H O P E Service Immersion Program Community Service Post Graduate Service Community Based Learning The Life You Change Will Be Your Own Changing the world might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home Directory George Piggford C S C Rev George Piggford C S C Associate Professor of English Office CM 122 CM Phone 508 565 1713 Email gpiggford stonehill edu Department English Selected Publications Articles Presentations Biography George Piggford spent the first 25 years of his life in western Pennsylvania before moving to Montreal to pursue his doctorate in English literature and French theory at the University of Montreal He spent 2 years teaching at Tufts University before entering formation for the Congregation of Holy Cross which

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  • Laura Thiemann Scales  ·  Stonehill College
    scholarships based on need and merit You may be eligible for a merit scholarship an athletic scholarship a need based scholarship or some combination Learn More Academics Areas of Study Academic Partnerships Academic Program Advising Support Honors Program Honor Societies Academic Clubs Internships Study Abroad Undergraduate Research Outcomes Education for the Heart the Mind Our programs in the arts sciences and business administration emphasize deep understanding and effective practice Explore Areas of Study Student Life Area Attractions Campus Safety Community Standards Counseling Health Wellness Diversity Inclusion Housing Dining Parking Transportation Spiritual Life Student Organizations More than a College We re Family Stonehill is a friendly caring place where people are embraced for being themselves More than 90 percent of students live on campus helping each other meet challenges and find success Welcome Home Community Global Engagement The Martin Institute for Law Society The Center for Nonprofit Management The Farm at Stonehill The Carole Calo Gallery H O P E Service Immersion Program Community Service Post Graduate Service Community Based Learning The Life You Change Will Be Your Own Changing the world might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home Directory Laura Thiemann Scales Laura T Scales Assistant Professor of English Office Cushing Martin 131 Phone 508 565 1793 Email lscales stonehill edu Department American Studies English Publications Presentations Biography Laura Thiemann Scales is Assistant Professor in the Department of English and teaches courses in American Literature and culture Her teaching and research interests include the novel and narrative theory gender race and reform U S religious culture

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  • Minor Program Requirements  ·  Stonehill College
    Military Science R O T C Music Neuroscience Nuclear Medicine Certificate at Regis College Nursing Bachelor s at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University Nursing Master s at Simmons College Nutrition and Health Promotion Master s at Simmons College Optometry Doctorate at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University Osteopathic Medicine Doctorate at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Pharmacy Doctorate at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University Philosophy Physical Therapy Doctorate at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University Physician Assistant Studies Master s at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University Physics Physics Astronomy Political Science International Studies Pre Allied Health Professions Advising Pre Health Professions Advising Pre Law Advising Pre Theology Advising Psychology Public Administration Policy Public Administration Master s at Bridgewater State University Religious Studies SACHEM Exchange Program Secondary Education Sociology Sociology Criminology Spanish Speech Language Pathology Master s at Northeastern University Sports Science and Society Studio Arts Teacher Licensure Theatre Arts Visual Performing Arts Apply Now Request Info Minor Program Requirements Program DirectorMichael G Mullen Office Stanger Hall 106 Phone 508 565 1939mmullen1 stonehill edu The minor in Entrepreneurship requires the completion of six courses Complete Four Required Courses Code Course Credits BUS 203 Financial Accounting Offered Fall and Spring Semesters Fundamental principles and theories of financial accounting Emphasis placed on the understanding and use of financial statements for the corporation Interpretation and use of financial statement information in business decisions and a study of the system that produces this information Course may be applied to the Entrepreneurship minor 3 BUS 320 Corporate Finance Offered Fall and Spring Semesters Emphasizes understanding financial markets and the financial management of corporations Stresses the firm s procurement allocation and control of funds and their relationship to the firm s objectives of profitability and liquidity Covers the concepts of interest rates financial analysis risk and return analysis of investment decisions and capital budgeting debt and equity financing and dividend policies Lectures problems and readings are employed Prerequisite s BUS 203 Course may be applied to the Entrepreneurship minor 3 BUS 340 Marketing Principles Offered Fall and Spring Semesters Explores the role marketing plays within firms and within society Describes fundamental principles and methods underlying the national and international system of providing goods and services for consumers and business users in the profit and nonprofit sectors Studies the tasks and decisions facing marketing managers in planning implementing and controlling marketing programs and the ethical implications of these decisions Prerequisite s Sophomore standing Course may be applied to the Arts Administration program Entrepreneurship minor 3 BUS 358 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Offered Spring Semester A case study course which concentrates on the underlying rationale for starting a business the methods and techniques involved in initiating and leaving a business venture and the ongoing problems encountered in managing a business activity The student is given practical exposure to entrepreneurship through guest speakers casework and projects Course may be applied to the Entrepreneurship minor

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  • Courses  ·  Stonehill College
    disease treatment Prerequisite s BIO 101 or BIO 203 Recommended for science majors and for students interested in nutrition related fields 3 BIO 220 Community Nutrition Offered Alternate Years Spring 2016 2018 Students will become familiar with community based programs focused on nutrition and those in which nutrition is a component Students will develop a practical knowledge innovative approaches to community nutrition as well as an understanding of different nutritional needs of varying cultural and demographic populations Through field visits students engage in dialogue with public health experts who influence community nutrition practice Prerequisite s BIO 218 3 BIO 290 Scientific Methods The Ocean Offered Spring Semester History of marine science Ocean environmental factors Diversity of organisms adapted to different marine communities Value of marine resources Some lab work involving microscopy and dissection Independent visit to the New England Aquarium outside of class time required Prerequisite s This course is not open to Biology B A or B S majors or minors Fulfills the Natural Scientific Inquiry requirement 3 BIO 291 Scientific Methods Blood and Medicine Offered Spring Semester An understanding of why and how medical diagnostic tests are performed in sickness and in wellness An historical overview of such procedures is presented Topical issues such as AIDS cholesterol diabetes transfusions and transplants are discussed This course is open to all students but it will not count as a Biology Biochemistry or Neuroscience major course Fulfills the Natural Scientific Inquiry requirement 3 BIO 296 Scientific Methods Women s Health Issues Offered Fall Semester Explores the history and epidemiology of medical issues of women and disease processes Subjects of inquiry include female cancers heart disease osteoporosis AIDS domestic violence and other issues having direct impact upon women particular attention is focused on scientific studies both past and present This course is open to all students but it will not count as a Biology Biochemistry or Neuroscience major course Fulfills the Natural Scientific Inquiry requirement Course may be applied to the Gender Sexuality Studies program 3 BIO 301 Parasitology Offered Alternate Years Spring 2015 2017 An exploration of parasites and their complex life cycles We will study a wide variety of parasites their hosts the vectors that carry them and the diseases that they cause We will emphasize human diseases and the immune responses to parasites Prerequisite s BIO 101 BIO 102 This course fulfills the Organisma l requirement 4 BIO 303 Environmental Botany Offered Alternate Years Fall 2016 2018 Structure and function of lower and higher plants Ecological principles Evolutionary relationships CORE ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY OPTION Prerequisite s BIO 101 and BIO 102 or ENV 200 4 BIO 304 Molecular Biology Offered Fall Semester This course provides an in depth coverage of advanced cell and molecular genetics topics expanding on fundamental topics covered in BIO 212 Genetics It reviews modern molecular biology techniques with emphasis on experimental design and data analysis It incorporates material from the textbook and from current scientific literature The laboratory portion introduces molecular techniques like cloning site directed mutagenesis and RFLP Prerequisite s BIO 101 BIO 211 BIO 212 and CHM 222 This course fulfills the Molecular Cellular requirement 4 BIO 305 Marine Ecosystems Offered Fall Semester Physical chemical and biological features of marine ecosystems Ecological principles Study of the local Massachusetts coastal region CORE ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY OPTION Prerequisite s BIO 101 BIO 102 or ENV 200 and Junior or Senior standing 4 BIO 307 Ecology Offered Spring Semester Structure and dynamics of populations communities and ecosystems Mathematical models CORE ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY OPTION Prerequisite s BIO 101 BIO 102 or ENV 200 Junior or Senior standing 4 BIO 309 Microbiology Offered Spring Semester A survey of microorganisms with emphasis on bacteria Topics include microbial cell biology growth metabolism and genetics control of microbial growth host microbe interactions and environmental microbiology Prerequisite s BIO 101 BIO 102 BIO 211 and Junior and Senior standing This course fulfills either the Molecular Cellular or Organismal requirement 4 BIO 310 Developmental Biology Offered Fall Semester This course will provide students with an understanding of the fundamental concepts of animal and plant development The course will investigate and integrate the genetic molecular and cellular mechanisms of development organismal diversity in development and the evolution of developmental processes Topics will include genetics and gene expression cell communication fertilization cleavage gastrulation axis specification organogenesis neural development sex determination morphogens patterning and stem cells Prerequisite s BIO 211 and BIO 212 This course fulfills either the Molecular Cellular or Organismal requirement 4 BIO 311 Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy Offered Fall Semester System by system comparative study of vertebrate anatomy with emphasis on functional morphology Integrated lecture lab approach Prerequisite s BIO 101 and BIO 102 This course fulfills the Organismal requirement 4 BIO 312 Vertebrate Physiology Offered Spring Semester Principles governing the function of excitable and contractile tissues respiration circulation kidney function and osmoregulation in vertebrates with emphasis on the maintenance of homeostasis Prerequisite s BIO 101 and BIO 102 This course fulfills the Organismal requirement 4 BIO 315 Electron Microscopy Techniques Offered Fall Semester Preparation viewing and photography of ultrathin sections of biological materials Preparation involves fixing embedding sectioning and staining Prerequisite s BIO 101 and BIO 102 3 BIO 321 Biology of Cancer Offered Alternate Years Spring 2015 2017 Study of the genetic molecular and cellular mechanisms of cancer and its effect at the tissue organ and organismic levels Symptoms stages and treatment options ongoing research studies insurance issues and the impact of the sequencing of the human genome will be discussed Prerequisite s BIO 101 and BIO 211 Recommended for students who have taken BIO 212 3 BIO 323 Evolution Offered Fall and Spring Semesters Mechanisms of evolutionary change Classical and molecular approaches to evolutionary analysis will be introduced and primary literature will be used to illustrate current examples Problem based learning will be used in the laboratory CORE Prerequisite s BIO 101 BIO 102 and Junior or Senior standing 4 BIO 324 Endocrinology Offered Spring Semester The endocrine system plays an integrative and

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  • Finance Faculty  ·  Stonehill College
    The Center for Nonprofit Management The Farm at Stonehill The Carole Calo Gallery H O P E Service Immersion Program Community Service Post Graduate Service Community Based Learning The Life You Change Will Be Your Own Changing the world might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home Academics Areas of Study Business Administration Finance Faculty Finance Faculty Jump to a Department Program Accountancy Master s at the University of Notre Dame Accounting Administrative Studies Master s at Boston College American Studies Anthropology Applied Behavior Analysis Master s at Regis College Applied Economics Master s at Boston College Art History Arts Administration Asian Studies Astronomy Biochemistry Biology Biomedical Sciences Master s at Regis College Business Administration Catholic Studies Chemistry Cinema Studies Communication Computer Science Congressional and Presidential Studies Master s at The Catholic University of America Counseling Psychology Master s at Regis College Creative Writing Criminology Dance Data Science Dental Medicine Doctorate at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Digital Media Production Early Childhood Education Economics Education Studies Elementary Education Engineering Dual Degree Program at the University of Notre Dame Engineering Science Technology Entrepreneurship Excellence Master s ESTEEM Program at the University of Notre Dame English Entrepreneurship Environmental Sciences Environmental Studies Finance Foreign Languages French Gender Sexuality Studies German Graphic Design Health Administration Master s at Regis College Health and Science Graduate Programs at Northeastern University Healthcare Administration Heritage Studies Master s at Regis College History Interdisciplinary Studies International Business Irish Studies Italian Studies Journalism Latin American Studies Law Doctorate at Fordham University Law Doctorate at The Catholic

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