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  • Stonehill College Investment Finance Initiative (SCIFI)  ·  Stonehill College
    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 Offices Services Stonehill College Investment Finance Initiative SCIFI Stonehill College Investment Finance Initiative SCIFI Academic Program Internships Mentoring Application Process Program Contacts Contact Info Mr Michael G Mullen CFA CAIA Assistant Professor Business Administration Finance Program Director SCIFI Executive Director mmullen1 stonehill edu Mailing Address SCIFI Business Department 320 Washington Street Easton MA 02357 Learn More About The Mary Herlihy Opportunity Fund To learn more about the Mary Herlihy Opportunity Fund and the students perspective on its management please visit the SCIFI Investment Group website www scifigroup org The Stonehill College Investment Finance Initiative SCIFI is a comprehensive and selective program for students interested in developing the knowledge and skills that may lead to a career in the world of investment finance Open to all Stonehill College students the initiative integrates our liberal arts foundation with the analytics of business finance to allow participants to combine a rigorous academic course of study with distinctive professional development activities In addition to the academic program accepted students will participate in the management of a Student Run Investment Fund have access to a unique group of Stonehill alumni investment professionals acting as mentors to the program and scholarship opportunities to undertake the course of study for the Chartered Financial Analyst CFA level one exam sponsored by the CFA Institute SCIFI is A tailored multi year course of study in investment finance Available to all students all majors Designed to develop and enhance student critical thinking and analytical skills Through hands on academic and security analysis experience Combined with internships mentoring and participation in the management of real money Excellence and Opportunity Beyond the Classroom SCIFI offers a superior and unique academic platform to demonstrate the depth and breadth of a Stonehill College education in investment finance For students the reward is a truly experiential learning opportunity and a differentiated professional development experience that enhances post graduate academic and career prospects For alumni and corporate partners

    Original URL path: http://www.stonehill.edu/offices-services/scifi/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Sustainable Management & Measurement Institute  ·  Stonehill College
    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 Offices Services Sustainable Management Measurement Institute Sustainable Management Measurement Institute Research Student Internships Contact Us Partners Contact Info Executive Director Dr Brian Glibkowski 508 565 1415 bglibkowski stonehill edu Executive Director Dr Lee McGinnis 508 565 1971 lmcginnis stonehill edu About SUMMIT At the Sustainable Management and Measurement Institute SUMMIT at Stonehill College we believe that measurement benefits management As business education turns more and more towards the exploration of the challenges of the management of intangibles e g relationships loyalty satisfaction corporate social responsibility ethics and the measurement of corporate endeavors in those fields becomes increasingly important SUMMIT focuses on the measurement of sustainable management for

    Original URL path: http://www.stonehill.edu/offices-services/sustainable-management-measure/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Stonehill Awarded Carnegie Foundation’s Community Engagement Classification  ·  News & Media  ·  Stonehill College
    for the Advancement of Teaching has selected Stonehill as one of 240 U S colleges and universities to receive its 2015 Community Engagement Classification The College first received this classification in 2008 making it one of 157 schools to earn reclassification this year In 2008 Stonehill was one of just 18 baccalaureate colleges selected and the only liberal arts college in Massachusetts to earn the distinction The reclassification marks the significant gains we have made since 2008 Instead of simply celebrating our success Stonehill has intensified our efforts to in the words of our President Rev John Denning C S C Live in the spirit of solidarity with our neighbors In the six years since our initial designation we have developed the Office of Community Based Learning The Farm at Stonehill The Brockton Service Corps Camp Shriver and many other programs in our community and around the world said Corey Dolgon Director of Community Based Learning at Stonehill Colleges and universities with an institutional focus on community engagement were invited to apply for the classification first offered in 2006 as part of an extensive restructuring of The Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education The importance of this elective classification is borne out by the response of so many campuses that have demonstrated their deep engagement with local regional national and global communities These are campuses that are improving teaching and learning producing research that makes a difference in communities and revitalizing their civic and academic missions John Saltmarsh Director of the New England Resource Center for Higher Education Unlike the Foundation s other classifications that rely on national data this is an elective classification institutions participated voluntarily by submitting required materials describing the nature and extent of their engagement with the community be it local or beyond This approach enabled the Foundation to address elements of institutional mission and distinctiveness that are not represented in the national data on colleges and universities The importance of this elective classification is borne out by the response of so many campuses that have demonstrated their deep engagement with local regional national and global communities said John Saltmarsh Director of the New England Resource Center for Higher Education These are campuses that are improving teaching and learning producing research that makes a difference in communities and revitalizing their civic and academic missions Since being classified by the Carnegie Foundation in 2008 Stonehill has introduced a number of additional community engagement efforts Most notably the Office of Community Based Learning CBL was established in 2009 as part of the Center for Teaching and Learning to support community based teaching and research and the exchange of knowledge and resources through community partnerships Currently the CBL Office partners with over 25 organizations which include the Brockton Public School System the Cape Verdean Association School on Wheels the Brockton Interfaith Community Father Bill s MainSpring House and many more The College has also dramatically increased its yearly community based learning course offerings from 18 in 2008 to

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  • Stonehill Mourns Loss of Navy SEAL William "Blake" Marston '07  ·  News & Media  ·  Stonehill College
    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 News Media Stonehill Mourns Loss of Navy SEAL William Blake Marston 07 Stonehill Mourns Loss of Navy SEAL William Blake Marston 07 January 13 2015 Previous Next William Blake Marston 07 Stonehill is mourning the loss of William Blake Marston 07 who passed away on Saturday January 11 during a military training accident A Navy SEAL Marston served in the Navy for six years and completed his SEAL training in 2009 A Criminology major from New Hampshire Marston was a three year letterwinner for the Stonehill baseball team I am saddened by the passing of Blake and my thoughts and prayers are with his entire family most notably his parents Nancy and William and sister Emily as well as his former teammates with the baseball program here at Stonehill said Patrick Boen 89 head baseball coach at Stonehill Blake was a terrific teammate and role model for our baseball program He was an extremely hard worker on the team and in the community He was strong and athletic and looked forward to joining the Navy after his graduation Boen continued Blake was a player who always gave his best effort and had a tremendous work ethic It did not surprise me that Blake joined the Navy SEALs because he was always an unselfish athlete and had his team s best interest at heart He was a great leader and someone that we are very proud to have worn the Stonehill baseball uniform Blake was certainly an inspiration to all of us and we are thankful for his time at Stonehill and service to our country U S Senators for New Hampshire Jeanne Shaheen and Kelly Ayotte both released statements following Marston s death William Blake Marston valiantly served in the Navy for six years and over the course of his career he always demonstrated an incredible commitment to his fellow servicemembers the state of New Hampshire and

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  • Alumna Nicole Bollerman '10 Appears On Ellen Degeneres Show  ·  News & Media  ·  Stonehill College
    Grants Stonehill funds a variety of grants and 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 News Media Alumna Nicole Bollerman 10 Appears On Ellen Degeneres Show Alumna Nicole Bollerman 10 Appears On Ellen Degeneres Show January 20 2015 Previous Next When Nicole Bollerman 10 won 150 000 and donated all of it to UP Academy Dorchester where she works as a third grade teacher it caught the attention of Ellen Degeneres On Monday Ellen invited

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  • Student-Led Fundraising Campaign for Facilities Staff Huge Success  ·  News & Media  ·  Stonehill College
    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 News Media Student Led Fundraising Campaign for Facilities Staff Huge Success Student Led Fundraising Campaign for Facilities Staff Huge Success April 9 2015 Previous Next The record breaking snowfall this past winter challenged everyone living in the Northeast With a 384 acre campus to maintain the resiliency of Stonehill s facilities staff was put to the test as the region was hit with snow storm after snow storm Recognizing the amount of work which went into cleaning up 114 inches of snow that fell during an eight week time span mainly on weekends Tommy Farrell 17 decided to set up a fundraising page for the facilities staff as a way to thank them for their efforts After raising 575 a special thank you lunch was held for members of Stonehill s facilities staff on Wednesday in Alumni Hall Not only did current students faculty and staff donate but alumni did as well because Stonehill had that much of an impact on their life noted Farrell The overwhelming support from everyone made me realize that I wasn t the only one thinking we should thank Facilities In fact several community members posted their own word of thanks on the page Farrell created thanking facilities staff Thank you for setting this up Tommy The facilities workers deserve a huge thanks and a special gift They have worked so hard and all of the students greatly appreciate it As an alum who was on campus for Winter Storm Nemo in 2013 and who has visited campus this winter I have so much appreciation for the hard work that facilities does Others were equally appreciative of Farrell s thoughtfulness and the generosity of community members Actions like these from students and the community at large really keep me motivated to do the work I do I m proud to be a part of the Stonehill community said Residence Director Elizett Pires Farrell says the idea of starting a thank you fund came to him while he was interning at Boston com earlier this semester They asked me to write a story about a woman who wanted to raise money for the DPW workers in her town to thank them for all they had done so that definitely planted the seed in my head to do something similar here

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  • William Baker '16 Becomes Stonehill’s Fourth Be The Match Donor  ·  News & Media  ·  Stonehill College
    II conference in the country Home News Media William Baker 16 Becomes Stonehill s Fourth Be The Match Donor William Baker 16 Becomes Stonehill s Fourth Be The Match Donor February 20 2015 Previous Next Willy Baker 16 Last year Stonehill first reported that three members of its community had been named potential bone marrow donors through the Be The Match registry Now nearly one year later the College is proud to announce that number has moved to four In the fall Willy Baker a junior forward on the Skyhawk s men s ice hockey team donated his stem cells to a 62 year old male patient battling non Hodgkin s lymphoma My experience was definitely indescribable said Baker who along with his teammates participated in a bone marrow registry drive on campus last spring The drive was one of just several organized and run by students at Stonehill over the years Guiding students through all the blood and bone marrow registry drives since the very beginning has been Assistant Professor of Biology Sheila Barry I used to work in blood banks and remembered many long nights trying to find blood donors for a patient I had also known patients who died waiting for a bone marrow match so I decided we should do both Our first bone marrow registry drive was in 1998 and it was a huge success Barry fondly remembers Now the hallmark of her Learning Community courses Health Promotion Disease Prevention and The Practice of Medicine and You blood and bone marrow drives are held each semester Baker says he and his teammates were encouraged to take part in the registry drive last year by Delia Phillips who was taking Barry s Women s Health Issues course at the time Phillips is also a member of the volleyball team which has been very active in promoting the drives on campus for the last few years I think when we all realized how easy and impactful the process was it was a no brainer said Baker We went down to the cafeteria filled out some paper work then had our cheeks swabbed and it was over To do something so little that could potentially save a life it made it an easy decision for all of us I like to think that I ve accomplished some great things in my life so far but nothing compares to being able to help someone like this Willy Baker 16 Nationally only one in every 500 registry members go on to donate to a patient Every year more than 12 000 patients in the U S are diagnosed with life threatening diseases such as leukemia or lymphoma for which a marrow or umbilical cord blood transplant from an unrelated donor may be their best or only hope of a cure About 70 percent of patients in need of a transplant do not have a matching donor in their family and depend on the Be The Match Registry to find an

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  • Remembering Thomas Shields  ·  News & Media  ·  Stonehill College
    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 News Media Remembering Thomas Shields Remembering Thomas Shields April 2 2015 Tom Shields at the Dedication of the Shields Science Center in 2009 Tom Shields and his wife when they learned the Science Center would be named in their honor The Tom and Mary Shields Science Center Tom and his wife Mary who passed away in January of 2014 Previous Next With the death on April 2 of healthcare entrepreneur Thomas Shields the College has lost a great and loyal friend who knew and loved Stonehill very much especially its students He was the founder and CEO of Shields Health Care Group which has more than 30 facilities throughout New England offering MRI PET CT and radiation therapy services with an extraordinary team of caring professionals while remaining a family owned and operated organization The father of two alumni William 84 and Thomas 92 and one trustee Carmel Shields he also served as Chairman of the College s Board of Trustees from 1994 to 2002 Tom received an honorary Doctor of Humanities degree from the College in 1994 With his late wife Mary he established the Shields Scholarship which has helped more than 140 Stonehill students Tom Shields is one of the most outstanding individuals in our history Generous to a fault he immersed himself in the life of the College always leading by example As chairman of our Board of Trustees he provided sage and strategic leadership during the 90s while working to develop an ever stronger Board A compassionate man with a big heart he will be sorely missed by all at Stonehill who had the good fortune of knowing him and working with him said President John Denning C S C Tom and his wife Mary began their family owned business in 1972 when they opened the Madalawn Nursing Home in Brockton In 1986 Shields established the first independent community MRI center in Brockton a venture that has expanded to many locations throughout New England A 7 million gift Tom and his wife Mary made in support of the Shields Science Center in 2009 remains the largest in the College s history To learn why the Shields made such a major gift to the College visit here to read a 2010 article from the Sto nehill Alumni Magazine In addition to chairing Stonehill s Board of Trustees Tom was also chairman of the College s first capital campaign Securing the Vision which raised 23 million between 1992 and 1997 The Attaining the Summit campaign had a goal

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