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  • Theatre Arts  ·  Stonehill College
    Theatre Arts program provides students with an additional focus of study in the humanities education and collaborative arts 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 University of America Law Doctorate at Villanova University School of Law Management Management Information Systems Management Master s at University of Notre Dame Marine Studies Consortium Marketing Mathematics Middle Eastern Studies 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 Department Faculty Arts Administration Art History Dance Graphic Design Music Studio Arts Theatre Arts Courses Faculty Past Performances Student Directed Performances Internships Opportunities Graduate Outcomes Honors Society Affiliations Mentoring Through Art Contact Info James Petty Interim Director Office Duffy Phone 508 565 1055 jpetty stonehill edu Requirements To review Theatre Arts program requirements please view our course catalog Visit the Hill Book Previous Next Firm Grounding in Theater Continues to Open Doors for Jeanine Kane 91 Jeanine Kane 91 English major

    Original URL path: http://www.stonehill.edu/academics/areas-of-study/vpa/theatre-arts/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Visual & Performing Arts Program  ·  Stonehill College
    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 Department Faculty Arts Administration Art History Dance Graphic Design Music Studio Arts Theatre Arts Internships Opportunities Graduate Outcomes Honors Society Affiliations Mentoring Through Art Contact Info Adam Lampton Visual and Performing Arts Chair Office Cushing Martin 011 Phone 508 565 1954 alampton stonehill edu Carol Calo Gallery The Carole Calo Gallery supplements multiple disciplines with its professional exhibitions and visiting artist programming Learn More Requirements To review Visual Performing Arts program requirements please view our course catalog Visit the Hill Book Previous Next Firm Grounding in Theater Continues to Open Doors for Jeanine Kane 91 Jeanine Kane 91 English major and theatre arts minor took part this summer in a theatrical production of King Lear and says her experiences in the classroom and on the stage at Stonehill helped her succeed in the role and many others she has had since graduating Read More Stonehill Graduate Wins International Logo Design Award For 2016 International AIDS Conference Stonehill alumnus John Hanawalt 10 has won an international logo design contest for his submission for the 2016 International AIDS Conference to be held in South Africa in July Read more 2015 Senior Design Annual The Senior Design Annual showcases the work of Stonehill s senior graphic design students The theme for this year s showcase is the Pantone color system Visit www stonehillpalette com to see the work curated by graphic design majors in the Class of 2015 Handel s Messiah The Stonehill College Concert Ensemble and Collegiate Chorale proudly presented Handel s Messiah on Sunday December 7 in Alumni Hall Hundreds of family members and friends of the Music Program attended this spectacular performance More photos 2014 Children s Christmas Concert The Stonehill College Concert Ensemble and Collegiate Chorale welcomed families from the Wounded Warrior Project and campus community to the Annual Children s Christmas Concert on Saturday December 6 in Alumni Hall More photos Rolling Stonehill Fall 2014 This semester s edition of the Rolling Stonehill our student run culture magazine is here Check out Stonehill student s no filter take on culture literature music film art and more Read now Graphic Design Graduates Present at DxB Conference Four alumni of the Stonehill College graphic design program recently participated in Design Exchange Boston DxB a two day design and innovation conference held at District Hall in Boston Massachusetts September 27 28 2014 Read more Senior Soloists Captivate at Spring Concert Nicole D Angelo 14 Rebecca

    Original URL path: http://www.stonehill.edu/academics/areas-of-study/vpa/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Mary Joan Leith  ·  Stonehill College
    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 Profiles Our Faculty Mary Joan Leith Mary Joan Leith Associate Professor of Religious Studies Previous Next Students Our Faculty Louis Liotta Mary Joan Leith Norah Esty Shai Simonson Ron Leone Richard Capobianco Eugene Quinn Maureen Boyle Scott Cohen Bronwyn Heather Bleakley Our Graduates Mary Joan Leith is full of surprises As an Associate Professor of Religious Studies Leith says that students often have preconceived notions about what they are going to learn in her classes She likes to challenge these ideas I love surprising my students with crazy stories she says I like seeing students come into a class and think for instance It s not really something I m interested in Then I see them get excited I like turning on the light bulb Leith recently showed parts of the British comedy Monty Python s Life of Brian to illustrate some of the facts about Jesus lifetime and the students loved it I like to bring in unusual things keep them on their toes

    Original URL path: http://www.stonehill.edu/profiles/faculty/mary-joan-leith/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Shai Simonson  ·  Stonehill College
    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 Profiles Our Faculty Shai Simonson Shai Simonson Professor of Computer Science Students Our Faculty Louis Liotta Mary Joan Leith Norah Esty Shai Simonson Ron Leone Richard Capobianco Eugene Quinn Maureen Boyle Scott Cohen Bronwyn Heather Bleakley Our Graduates At the end of a long semester of learning complex computations and theories you might expect Computer Science Professor Shai Simonson to challenge students with a tough final exam What you might not expect is that he also invites them out onto the Stonehill athletic fields for a game of Ultimate Being able to build one on one connections with students whether it s in the classroom in the math labs or even out on the playing fields is a unique benefit at Stonehill Simonson says and one that prepares students well for future success Throwing a Frisbee around with my students is a fun way to remind myself that they are not one dimensional that they have lives outside the classroom Shai Simonson Because we have a relatively small group of students it helps us achieve a

    Original URL path: http://www.stonehill.edu/profiles/faculty/shai-simonson/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Eugene Quinn  ·  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 Profiles Our Faculty Eugene Quinn Eugene Quinn Assistant Professor of Mathematics Previous Next Students Our Faculty Louis Liotta Mary Joan Leith Norah Esty Shai Simonson Ron Leone Richard Capobianco Eugene Quinn Maureen Boyle Scott Cohen Bronwyn Heather Bleakley Our Graduates Eugene Quinn assistant professor of mathematics is fascinated by data For 27 years he crunched numbers for the U S Environmental Protection Agency Providence Washington Insurance Group and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Rhode Island But in 2003 when his job was outsourced he decided to go back to school The year he finished his Ph D Quinn got a one year teaching appointment at Stonehill and was then hired full time I m incredibly lucky I wake up in the morning and I still have to pinch myself he says Motivated by a career of using analytical tools Quinn was quick to explore how technology could enhance his teaching methods By using Stonehill s online assessment tools he s discovered an innovative way to deliver problem sets to his classes and track their progress For example Calculus I students will sign on to the system and be presented with a group of six questions one at a time An important function of the system Quinn explains is that once they answer a question the program provides instant feedback Students immediately see whether they got it right or wrong and also see an explanation of how to do the problem to reinforce what they ve learned he says Research shows that people learn better when they get immediate feedback instead of handing in an assignment and getting it back days later For the assessment feedback Quinn employs one of Stonehill s newest technologies lecture capture Using an iPad he writes out a problem and solution while verbally explaining the process It is recorded as a video which Quinn then links to the appropriate answer online If students do better that s the bottom line Eugene Quinn Quinn is enthusiastic about the benefit to student learning They get a custom explanation on demand and can take the assessments and watch the videos as much as they want he says Students with a higher learning curve can do it more and others who came in more prepared do less To a surprising degree even after they get them all right I often see students keep taking it for more practice Quinn has uploaded about 200 videos online some only a couple of

    Original URL path: http://www.stonehill.edu/profiles/faculty/eugene-quinn/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Maureen Boyle  ·  Stonehill College
    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 Profiles Our Faculty Maureen Boyle Maureen Boyle Assistant Professor of Communication Journalism Program Director Previous Next Students Our Faculty Louis Liotta Mary Joan Leith Norah Esty Shai Simonson Ron Leone Richard Capobianco Eugene Quinn Maureen Boyle Scott Cohen Bronwyn Heather Bleakley Our Graduates On a rainy afternoon in February students file into Maureen Boyle s Advanced News Writing and Reporting class Boyle who serves as the director of the Journalism program at Stonehill stands at a tech equipped podium pulls up a web browser on a large screen and navigates to her YouTube channel Take out your iPads she announces All eyes are on the front of the room as Boyle plays videos from the scene of a fatal fire The clips include general surveillance along with interviews with the fire chief and an eyewitness Students frantically take notes until Boyle stops the videos You have five minutes to file your story from your iPads she says three paragraphs Go Tapping away on their tablets eyes never leaving their screens students ask questions Boyle answers some to others she responds We don t know As she walks around the room looking over the shoulders of anxious would be reporters Boyle gives encouragement and advice Good active word she tells one student Stick to the facts she warns another Don t forget AP style Once students have filed their story by emailing it to Boyle there is a collective sigh of relief Until she tells the group Your editor wants a more detailed story up on the web in 20 minutes Boyle worked at newspapers around New England for more than 25 years before joining the Stonehill faculty first as an adjunct professor and then permanently in 2010 A three time New England Press Association Journalist of the Year with several regional and national awards to her credit Boyle strives to bring her realworld experiences into the classroom In journalism today that means introducing students to the latest technologies for reporting and distributing news We want to make sure students know how to present information in a way people want it We re looking for ways to bring stories alive Maureen Boyle Several years ago Boyle began integrating technology into her introductory journalism courses Students could shoot video with whatever they had a cell phone camera even their laptops and post their stories to Blogger But I got the idea that there must be a more uniform way to complete these assignments she says Working with Stonehill s Department of Information Technology and Jan Harrison who is

    Original URL path: http://www.stonehill.edu/profiles/faculty/maureen-boyle/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Scott Cohen  ·  Stonehill College
    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 Profiles Our Faculty Scott Cohen Scott Cohen Associate Professor of English Previous Next Students Our Faculty Louis Liotta Mary Joan Leith Norah Esty Shai Simonson Ron Leone Richard Capobianco Eugene Quinn Maureen Boyle Scott Cohen Bronwyn Heather Bleakley Our Graduates Scott Cohen associate professor of English says that Stonehill encourages innovative teaching methods and using technology to its greatest advantage In 2010 Cohen was teaching Storytelling in the Age of Information and was interested in trying out Apple s newest device With the iPad in its infancy the Center for Teaching and Learning took a chance on Cohen s vision and provided a grant to test three iPads in his class Students used them to listen to and record audio clips annotate transcripts from public radio shows such as This American Life and share what they d learned I ve always felt the iPad is a transformative device that allows students to engage with text on a different deeper level Cohen says Today he uses iPads in an even more integrated way for Island Living Island Leaving a course that explores the role of islands in narratives Like Professor Maureen Boyle Cohen was awarded a FIT grant so each of his students has an iPad on loan for the semester Recently students were asked to read an excerpt of Robinson Crusoe using the iBooks e reader app on their tablets Cohen then asked what they thought Crusoe s college major might have been They had to tweet their answers using a Twitter account I set up for the course he explains It was a great way to get them thinking about the character and to set up our next class discussion Technology has invigorated my teaching because it forced me to think about what I am doing all over again Scott Cohen When his assignments are longer than Twitter s 140 character limit Cohen also uses the social sharing website Tumblr where students can comment on each other s posts and build content rich topic threads In both cases with Twitter and Tumblr it makes their engagement public within the discursive community of the course In some small way it replicates the dialogue that we try to create in class and extends their engagement with the material Last year Cohen s teaching methods caught the attention of the popular blog MindShift which focuses on technology and the future of learning At the same time Apple was looking to improve its iTunes U online

    Original URL path: http://www.stonehill.edu/profiles/faculty/scott-cohen/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Bronwyn Heather Bleakley  ·  Stonehill College
    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 Profiles Our Faculty Bronwyn Heather Bleakley Bronwyn Heather Bleakley Assistant Professor of Biology Previous Next Students Our Faculty Louis Liotta Mary Joan Leith Norah Esty Shai Simonson Ron Leone Richard Capobianco Eugene Quinn Maureen Boyle Scott Cohen Bronwyn Heather Bleakley Our Graduates For Assistant Professor of Biology Bronwyn Heather Bleakley finding the spark that will ignite a passion for what students are learning is paramount Like Professor Eugene Quinn she also uses the new lecture capture technology to engage classes in the hard work of problem solving but in a slightly different way Bleakley has taken the most passive part of learning watching a faculty member lecture and moved it online for students to view outside of scheduled class time This allows her to use class to connect with students one on one or in groups while they complete case studies and problem solving sets assignments that might have traditionally been done as homework Often called flipping the classroom this innovative teaching style affords faculty the time to draw out deeper inquiries from students Bleakley explains that with dozens of students it s not possible to lecture and answer all questions But by removing the lecture component it becomes feasible and highly beneficial for the learning process Instead of sending them to do the hard part on their own we bring the active part into class It s more effective to have students doing the work and asking questions while an instructor is standing right there she says I feel more connected to students than I ever have Bronwyn Heather Bleakley Bleakley experimented with posting 20 to 30 minute lectures online for her evolutionary biology class last fall with much success This year all sections of Biological Principles II are flipped with Bleakley spearheading the effort and guiding instructors through the process Faculty are excited about this new method of teaching because it wakes up students sometimes literally in the case of an 8 30a m class and really gets their brains buzzing Bleakley says Initially it is an enormous amount of work but people have agreed to come along for the ride and now they don t want to go back Though science is Bleakley s first love she announced to her mother that she was going to be a biologist at 4 years old she also has a profound interest in the scholarship of teaching and learning While

    Original URL path: http://www.stonehill.edu/profiles/faculty/bronwyn-heather-bleakley/ (2016-01-26)
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