All College Meeting

Appleton Auditorium, Fuller Arts Center 263 Alden Street, Springfield, MA

Critical Times in Higher Education. Leveraging Our Position of Strength. President Mary-Beth Cooper will host the annual All College Meeting on Thursday, August 31, at 2 p.m., in Appleton Auditorium at the Fuller Arts Center, officially welcoming the campus community to the 2023-24 academic year. In addition to presenting her remarks, the leadership of the Faculty Senate, […]

Narrative Portraiture Art Exhibit

William Blizard Gallery, Second Floor, Blake Hall 263 Alden Street, Springfield, MA

For centuries, visually capturing the essence of an individual has been a driving force amongst artists. In this group show, artists share their vision and interpretations of the human face up close or at a distance, alone or in a group, an exchange in the making through a diverse set of real or representational expressions […]

Narrative Portraiture Art Exhibit – Opening Reception

William Blizard Gallery, Second Floor, Blake Hall 263 Alden Street, Springfield, MA

Join us at the Opening Reception of the Narrative Portraiture Art Exhibit in the William Blizard Gallery. This reception is open to the Springfield College community and the public. A Wellness Passport Event

THRIVE Scholars Program Workshop Series – “Trauma Recovery of Women Who Have Experienced Gender-Based Violence: A Narrative Ethnographic Approach”

Brennan Center Auditorium 45 Island Pond Road, Springfield, MA, United States

Presented by Kleio Koutra, PhD If you are unable to attend in person, please join us on Zoom. Kleio Koutra is an associate professor of social work and specializes in public health. She serves as vice academic coordinator of the International Relations Office of the Hellenic Mediterranean University and as director of the Social Applied […]

Fostering Equity and Inclusion for Latinas/os in Child and Family Welfare Presentation

Cleveland E and Phyllis B. Dodge Room (A&B), Flynn Campus Union

Social work professor Miguel Arce, the 2023-24 Distinguished Springfield Professor of Humanics, invites you to a campus event to raise awareness about segregation and its impact on the well-being of local Latina/o children and their families in Springfield and surrounding communities in Western Massachusetts. Arce’s presentation, rooted in the Springfield College Humanics philosophy, not only […]

Bachata Night with Roshay – a Latinx Heritage Month Event

Flynn Campus Union Cafe

Engage in a piece of Latinx culture by learning how to dance bachata with instructor Kenny Roshay. This two-step partner dance event is open to all skill levels. You do not need to be an experienced dancer or to come with a partner. It will be a judgment-free zone. This event is free and open […]

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