Harold Amos’41, PhD: Scientist, Teacher, Mentor
February 16, 2021
Iconic Alumni As we celebrate Black History Month as a community, Springfield College honors and recognizes the contributions of its notable alumni. The editors from the New York Times called…
Roscoe Brown Defied Gravity
February 8, 2021
Iconic Alumni As we celebrate Black History Month as a community, Springfield College honors and recognizes the contributions of its notable alumni. Roscoe C. Brown Jr. ’43  PhD, was born…
The Diamond Connection
November 30, 2020
In 2006, when I was studying at New Hampton School, I was approached by Coach Katie Hawke about the opportunity to attend Springfield College and play women’s lacrosse. After my…
Marvelous Marcus and his Magnificent Maker
November 30, 2020
Meet Marvelous Marcus, the most marvelous child you will ever know. Marcus’s imagination is like no other and it is out of this world. He will take you from watching…
Family Open Forum with President Cooper
August 31, 2020
On July 30, 2020, President Mary-Beth Cooper, PhD, DM, conducted an open forum for students and parents regarding the return to campus for fall semester under COVID-19 guidelines and best…
MBA or MS in Human Services with a Concentration in Organizational Leadership
June 29, 2020
An MBA or a MS with a concentration in Organizational Leadership? Here’s how to decide which one fits you.
The Legacy of Tom Waddell ’59
June 26, 2020
An Olympic athlete, a doctor specializing in infectious diseases, a paratrooper in the US army, an LGBTQ activist. Tom Waddell ’59 was many things, including the founder of the Gay…
Student Voices: Black Lives Matter on Alden Street
June 26, 2020
For many Black and Brown students, this is a conflicting time. Many of us have hosted events, programming, and conversations focused on diversity and inclusion on campus with little to…