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Wcbt Newsletter, May 2020, Welch College Of Business & Technology May 2020

Wcbt Newsletter, May 2020, Welch College Of Business & Technology

Department Newsletters and Magazines

Contents:

First Techstars/SHU Startup weekend a success! --Welch Scholars for 20/21 --May Startup Weekend -- Fireside Chats --Summer Courses


Spectrum Senior Issue, 2020, Sacred Heart University Apr 2020

Spectrum Senior Issue, 2020, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: A letter from Dr. Petillo to the Class of 2020 --Editorials from the senior members of the Spectrum board reflecting on their time at SHU --An editorial from our advisor, Professor Joanne Kabak.


Sacred Heart University Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 2, Sacred Heart University Apr 2020

Sacred Heart University Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 2, Sacred Heart University

SHU Magazine

Contents: A word from the President --Turning ideas into realities and questions into answers -- SHU senior Danny McCarthy and 500 miles of the Camino de Santiago --Business and technology come together in a new College with a dynamic new dean --Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Chapel of the Holy Spirit --Weighing the value of a liberal arts education --Dr. Grace Flannery: marine biologist, University ambassador, raconteur extraordinaire --A deeper look at SHU's ranking as one of America's "Happiest Schools" --Heart is always central to Sacred Heart University --Kevin Nealon '75, from SHU to SNL ... and back again.


Spectrum, Volume 44, Issue 2, Sacred Heart University Feb 2020

Spectrum, Volume 44, Issue 2, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: Coronavirus outbreak -- SHU online nursing ranked one of the best -- New dean of health professions -- Siblings day -- Theta Phi Alpha mid-year recruitment -- SHU spring concert announcement -- Woman's lacrosse season underway -- Men's lacrosse season preview -- Wrestling continues hot streak with dual win -- Woman's tack and field place 3rd


Spectrum Special Edition, Sacred Heart University Jan 2020

Spectrum Special Edition, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: SHU Shark Tank -- U.S. assassinates top Iranian general -- Wiesel and Frassati may be the best dorms yet -- Cheerleading wins national championship -- Fencing grabs silver at the January North American Cup


Ceit Happens, Issue 1, Center For Excellence And Innovation In Teaching Jan 2020

Ceit Happens, Issue 1, Center For Excellence And Innovation In Teaching

CEIT Publications

Welcome to the inaugural newsletter from the Center for Excellence and Innovation in Teaching. Its purpose is to let you know all that we’re doing, provide resources on teaching strategies, and highlight examples of effective teaching around campus --Calendar of events --Peer Coaching --Warner Reading Group --Single-point Rubrics --Wendy Bjerke and Sway --Metacognition and CTL 125 -- Fellows Update --Quality Matters --Student Course Surveys.


Envisioning Critical Social Entrepreneurship Education: Possibilities, Questions, And Guiding Commitments, Mark Congdon Jr., Liliana Herakova Jan 2020

Envisioning Critical Social Entrepreneurship Education: Possibilities, Questions, And Guiding Commitments, Mark Congdon Jr., Liliana Herakova

Communication, Media & The Arts Faculty Publications

Higher education institutions continue to be increasingly interested in examining how social entrepreneurship and community engaged approaches to education can work together. In light of the recent growth and interest in such programs, scholars and educators have called for attention to specific considerations when developing SE and community-based education, which can be summed up in three areas - pedagogy, relationships, and impact. The present essay builds on such propositions, and calls for a critically-orientated approach to SE, grounded in community engagement, collaborative dialogue among diverse voices, and a commitment to transforming oppressive structures


Supporting Prospective Teachers’ Development Of Relevant And Authentic Mathematics Stories, Eryn M. Stehr, Lindsay M. Keazer Nov 2019

Supporting Prospective Teachers’ Development Of Relevant And Authentic Mathematics Stories, Eryn M. Stehr, Lindsay M. Keazer

Education Faculty Publications

Supporting prospective elementary teachers (PTs) to develop mathematics problems with contexts that reflect their students’ lives is a challenge that remains to be explored. We began this work by conducting collaborative action research to explore PTs’ development of mathematics problems that were relevant and authentic to PTs’ own lives. We engaged in iterative cycles of action research by asking PTs to write mathematics stories, followed by our review and discussion of the themes we saw and sharing selected examples with PTs during class discussions. Findings after three cycles of data collection suggest that PTs’ mathematics contexts became more story-like and ...


Sacred Heart University Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 1, Sacred Heart University Oct 2019

Sacred Heart University Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 1, Sacred Heart University

SHU Magazine

Contents: Forward: Fulfilling SHU’s mission in the liberal arts --Leading: Assuming our responsibilities to the communities we serve --Cause and Effect: Brian Hamilton’s mission to extend Main Street to every community --All the Kids are Doing It: The silent (and now deadly) rise of vaping --Sound Body, Sound Mind: SHU’s new Bobby Valentine Health & Recreation Center helps students keep work and life in balance.


Library Newsletter, Volume 15, Issue 2, Sacred Heart University Library Oct 2019

Library Newsletter, Volume 15, Issue 2, Sacred Heart University Library

Library Newsletters

Word from the Stacks ... New York Times Campus Subscription --Engage with Digital Journals: BrowZine --IEEE Xplore Digital Library --Academic Video Online (AVON) --PolicyMap --Statista --Resource Guide for New Books at SHU Library --Research Guide New Books for Popular Reading --Research Guide for Finding and Using Images --LibKey Nomad Chrome browser extension --Library Scavenger Hunt --Hours and Events


Cascon 2019, Sacred Heart University Sep 2019

Cascon 2019, Sacred Heart University

SHU Faculty Publications

Program and schedule for the 3rd Annual College of Arts and Sciences Conference. CASCon 2019 showcases the work of Sacred Heart University faculty from multiple disciplines. The conference seeks to emphasize the interdisciplinary nature of faculty scholarship and reaffirm the College’s commitment to undergraduate research. Held Wednesday, September 11, 2019 from 2:00PM - 6:00PM in the Frank & Marissa Martire Center for the Liberal Arts.


Spectrum Special Edition, Sacred Heart University Sep 2019

Spectrum Special Edition, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: Introducing the Bobby Valentine Center -- SHU leases downtown community theater -- SHU collegiate recovery program -- Club sports adds four new sports -- Equestrian moves to a new facility


In His Saintly Patience, John Henry Cardinal Newman Lifts Up The Church’S People, Michael W. Higgins Aug 2019

In His Saintly Patience, John Henry Cardinal Newman Lifts Up The Church’S People, Michael W. Higgins

Mission and Catholic Identity Publications

This Oct. 13, John Henry Cardinal Newman will be made a saint. It’s about time.

A Victorian of immense productivity in a generation of prolific high-achievers, Newman is of special significance at this moment for two reasons: his championing of the role of the laity in Catholicism, and his penetrating insights into the nature of the university and the liberal arts.


Athletic Directors’ Perceptions Regarding The Value Of Employing Athletic Trainers In The Secondary School Setting, Stephanie H. Clines, Cailee E. Welch Bacon, Christianne M. Eason, Kelly D. Pagnotta, Robert A. Huggins, Bonnie L. Lunen Jun 2019

Athletic Directors’ Perceptions Regarding The Value Of Employing Athletic Trainers In The Secondary School Setting, Stephanie H. Clines, Cailee E. Welch Bacon, Christianne M. Eason, Kelly D. Pagnotta, Robert A. Huggins, Bonnie L. Lunen

Athletic Training Faculty Publications

There is currently a limited understanding of the value of athletic trainers (ATs) working in the secondary school setting. Therefore, our objective was to explore high school athletic directors’ perceptions of an AT’s roles and services and the means in which those perceptions are established, specifically as they relate to the value of ATs. A qualitative methodology was utilized for this investigation. High school athletic directors were interviewed regarding their experiences with the use of athletic training services. Data was analyzed using the consensual qualitative research approach. Athletic directors demonstrated an overall understanding of the roles and responsibilities fulfilled ...


Spectrum, Special Edition, Sacred Heart University May 2019

Spectrum, Special Edition, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: Commencement 2019 -- Senior spring semester -- Campus expansion -- A year in review of SHU sports -- How being a student athlete can prepare you for the real world


Spectrum, Volume 42, Issue 11, Sacred Heart University Apr 2019

Spectrum, Volume 42, Issue 11, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: The parking problem on campus -- Bowling competes in NCAA tournament -- School of communications hosts a symposium on woman in sports media -- Post-registration reactions to the new system -- Audrey's Spike Out for Hunger and Homelessness raises over $4,000 for the Bridgeport Rescue Mission -- Men's golf competes at SHU invite -- Softball opens conference play -- Rowing competes at Cooper Invitational


Spectrum, Volume 42, Issue 10, Sacred Heart University Apr 2019

Spectrum, Volume 42, Issue 10, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: An honest conversation about post-truth - NBC Universal recruitment day at SHU -- Greek week 2019 -- Rely for Life hosts 11th annual fundraiser -- Post Khalid reaction -- Fur therapy at SHU -- Audrey Smiles -- Woman's dance team places top 5 at nationals -- Woman's golf competes at SHU invite -- SHU baseball begins NEC play -- Club gymnastics looks to head to nationals


Spectrum, Volume 42, Issue 9, Sacred Heart University Apr 2019

Spectrum, Volume 42, Issue 9, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: Congress to visit campus -- Social justice week -- Khalid for the spring concert -- Comfort on campus -- Blind date with a book -- SHU celebrates woman composers -- Woman's bowling wins NEC championship --- Woman's lacrosse begins conference play


Department Of Catholic Studies, Spring 2019, Michelle Loris Apr 2019

Department Of Catholic Studies, Spring 2019, Michelle Loris

Catholic Studies Newsletter

Highlights: Meet the faculty --Department scholarship: Publications and conferences --Student voices: The CIT seminars --From an instructor's perspective: Michael L. Iannazzi --CS faculty and the Common Good: Kirsten Nestro and buildOn --Catholic Studies faculty attend Dante Conference, by Joe Nagy --Highlight: January Human Journe colloquium --Dr. Mark Roche colloquium --Contemporary Catholic Voices: Rebel with a cause: The Religious landscapes of David Adams Richards, by Michael W. Higgins --Catholic Studies film series Spring 2019.


Library Newsletter, Volume 15, Issue 1, Sacred Heart University Library Apr 2019

Library Newsletter, Volume 15, Issue 1, Sacred Heart University Library

Library Newsletters

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Spectrum, Volume 42, Issue 8, Sacred Heart University Mar 2019

Spectrum, Volume 42, Issue 8, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: Another shooting -- To fight by remembering -- Sacred Heart becomes fashionable -- Mueller finds no Trump-Russia collusion -- Culture shock from international service -- College admissions scandal -- SHU gives back at the Hunger Project -- Haircuts for heroes -- Tennis season progressing


Founder's Day 2019, Sacred Heart University Mar 2019

Founder's Day 2019, Sacred Heart University

Founder's Day Programs

Program for the March 20, 2019 Founder's Day ceremony.


Spectrum, Volume 42, Issue 7, Sacred Heart University Mar 2019

Spectrum, Volume 42, Issue 7, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: A walkout against gun violence -- Data diode day -- Career development internship fair -- Cuban officials deny causing brain illness -- Police officer to professor -- Alpha Tau Omega laughs for awareness -- Graduate student advisory committee -- Annual Irish dance showcase -- Men's lacrosse players selected in major league lacrosse draft -- Woman's basketball competes in NEC tournament


Spectrum, Volume 42, Issue 6, Sacred Heart University Mar 2019

Spectrum, Volume 42, Issue 6, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: SHU introduces mobile access -- Addictions effects on loved ones -- Birthday bag fundraiser -- How safe is public safety -- Off-campus dining -- Heart challenging hate -- ROTC st SHU -- Habitat for humanity spring break service -- Cheerleading wins NECA competition -- Men's lacrosse gets new coach


Spectrum, Volume 42, Issue 5, Sacred Heart University Feb 2019

Spectrum, Volume 42, Issue 5, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: Oakwood burglaries -- Winter comedian Pete Davidson -- Wellness at SHU -- SNA bone marrow drive -- Men's golf season beginning -- Baseball season underway


Spectrum, Volume 42, Issue 4, Sacred Heart University Feb 2019

Spectrum, Volume 42, Issue 4, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: SHU rock project -- Omega Phi Kappa annuals showcase -- The countdown to spring break -- Black student union celebrates black history month -- Love your melon kisses away cancer -- Men's ice hockey entering final stretch -- Club Ultimate Frisbee competing in first tournament -- Woman's lacrosse seasons begin


Spectrum, Volume 42, Issue 3, Sacred Heart University Feb 2019

Spectrum, Volume 42, Issue 3, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: New SHU doctoral program -- Vietnam colloquium -- Is Valentines day over rated -- Kicking it with kickline -- Woman's bowling prepares for tournament -- Men's lacrosse opens 2019 season -- Fencing looking to regionals and finals


Spectrum, Volume 42, Issue 2, Sacred Heart University Feb 2019

Spectrum, Volume 42, Issue 2, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: LGBT compassion in the church -- Patriots win Superbowl -- Fairfield university settles in sexual abuse lawsuit -- New set in Studio B -- Are AirPods the new craze at SHU -- Spring Greek Life recruitment -- Tennis teams begin spring season -- Wrestling team looking to finish strong -- Men's basketball enters final month of season


Spectrum, Volume 42, Issue 1, Sacred Heart University Jan 2019

Spectrum, Volume 42, Issue 1, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: Registration just got a whole lot easier -- University administration utilizes student survey -- Linda's revamps food -- Construction progress -- Woman's basketball off to strong start -- Woman's ice hockey in final stretch of conference play -- Track and field teams start of 2019


Dlo Casting Call: At The Crossroads Of Instructional Design, Technology, And Collaboration, Ula Lechtenberg, Daniel Fitzroy Jan 2019

Dlo Casting Call: At The Crossroads Of Instructional Design, Technology, And Collaboration, Ula Lechtenberg, Daniel Fitzroy

Library Publications

Growing campus needs call for varying ways to embed the library in teaching and learning. When mindfully created, digital learning objects provide librarians a way to engage students and faculty beyond the one-shot. Creating them, however, can be a daunting task, especially with limited resources. And if you build it, will they come? Librarians realized it was not enough to make good content.They also had to create a central access point for people to find them. This poster discusses good instructional design practices, key collaborations, and the technical details of creating an access point on the LibGuides CMS.