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Spectrum, Volume 16, Number 11, Sacred Heart University Dec 1998

Spectrum, Volume 16, Number 11, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Daniel Shim, professor of Economics and Accounting at SHU, organized a trip to Sikorsky for his cost accounting class --Many SHU students participate in the mentor program at Winthrop Elementary in Bridgeport --Under the leadership of Marvin McNeill SHU Marching Band took first collegiate place at New York City’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade last year --Faculty members Richard McKinnon, Carol Batt and Edward Malin add their voices to the mostly student Chorus, directed by Leland Roberts --‘Music Man’ comes to SHU Center for Performing Arts --Art Gallery: Faculty show opens --SHU will celebrate the 25th anniversary ...


Spectrum, Volume 16, Number 10, Sacred Heart University Dec 1998

Spectrum, Volume 16, Number 10, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: The state of SHU will be examined -- Old gym renovation sought -- The truth about dorms and damages -- Machledt's service honored -- Honor society inducts students -- East Hall three months later -- Physical therapy soars -- SHU celebrates Native American culture -- Phi Omega Tau educates SHU on HIV and AIDS -- Smoking rates rise among college woman -- Woman's basketball win second straight home game -- Men's basketball drop to 1-3


Spectrum, Volume 16, Number 9, Sacred Heart University Nov 1998

Spectrum, Volume 16, Number 9, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: SHU debate team heading overseas -- Network problems on the mend -- SHU holds forum on Clinton crisis -- Parking punishment at SHU -- SHU collects for flood victims -- Racist graffiti litters a men's restroom -- Cernera returns to SHU -- Medieval times return to SHU -- Study abroad enriches lives of students -- Cat sneaks into Administration building, finding new forever home with a student -- Runners wanted -- Volleyball finishes at 10-17 -- Runners wrap up season -- SHU swims to first ever win -- Football team breaks six school records en route to winning their season finale


Spectrum, Volume 16, Number 8, Sacred Heart University Nov 1998

Spectrum, Volume 16, Number 8, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: High times at SHU; pot a hot issues -- SHU sets trend with laptops -- Executive board ironing out wrinkles -- Flu vaccine available -- New program registers well -- Handicap access still lacking -- Habitat for Humanity finds home with SHU -- Relationships for students and parents need work -- Students receive encouragement for life's seasons -- Smoking habits should be weeded out among students -- One act plays open -- Men's ice hockey stay winless after loss to Iona -- SHU starts last year in D-II


Spectrum, Volume 16, Number 7, Sacred Heart University Nov 1998

Spectrum, Volume 16, Number 7, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: GTE contract terminated -- Community service booming -- Credit card vendors selling to SHU students -- Honors program revamping -- Barquinero speaks to class -- Rubin addressing Brazilian seminar -- Sexual fantasies tease SHU students' minds -- Career development provides cutting edge -- Alcohol remains a problem for students -- Communication proves to be a crucial part of social interaction -- Men's rugby end season -- Woman's volleyball improve record with addition of two wins


Spectrum, Volume 16, Number 6, Sacred Heart University Oct 1998

Spectrum, Volume 16, Number 6, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Installation of new phone switch underway -- Less minorities at SHU -- Adjunct pay not competitive -- International students find solace in a new land -- Eating disorders still plague many students -- Studies link depression to heart disease -- Spirits haunt students at off campus house -- AIDS death rates hit new low -- SHu gears up for harvest fest '98 -- Athletic scholarships rare -- Volleyball team earn sixth win against Concordia -- Cross country wins first NECC championship


Spectrum, Volume 16, Number 5, Sacred Heart University Oct 1998

Spectrum, Volume 16, Number 5, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Controversy still surrounds East Hall decision -- SHU crime fluctuating -- RAs intrusive say students -- Education starts new Masters program -- Parking problems persist -- Student nurses prepare for the clinical world -- S.E.T promotes participation -- Lack of transmitters plagues WHRT -- Cross country have repeat win at Fairfileld -- Athletics open up to woman -- Woman's tennis wind up best season in school history -- NCAA cracks the academic whip on athletes -- Football back to losing ways with loss to NEC foe


Spectrum, Volume 16, Number 4, Sacred Heart University Oct 1998

Spectrum, Volume 16, Number 4, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Class of 2002 elects this year's representatives -- Comp USA takes over service of SHU help desk -- SHU students buying fake IDs -- Sexual harassment discussed -- Couch catches fire at Taft Commons -- Maintenance problems persist -- Shuttle service hires more drivers -- Residential life gives positive support at SHU -- New technology may threaten human interaction -- Internships are available to criminal justice majors -- Midnight madness descends on SHU


Spectrum, Volume 16, Number 3, Sacred Heart University Oct 1998

Spectrum, Volume 16, Number 3, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: SHU kicks off alcohol awareness week -- Elections for class of 202 wrap up -- Old gym to become lounge for students -- Library integrates databases -- Hazing issues being discussed -- Commuter council looking for more -- Learning is nurtured by JLC -- Coffeehouse brings Greek traditions to SHU -- WHRT hits the airwaves for another year -- Quinnipiac tournament a success for woman's tennis -- Woman's volleyball beat Assumption for first win


Sacred Heart University Magazine, Fall 1998, Sacred Heart University Oct 1998

Sacred Heart University Magazine, Fall 1998, Sacred Heart University

SHU Magazine

Contents: A New Horizon: Auschwitz conference promotes peace through religion --Features: Bowling over the Competition: Pioneer women third in the nation; Commencement '98; New science technology lab under the direction of John D. Griffin, Ph.D.; CCJU had its roots in Vatican II --Class Notes: and Alumni profile, Dave Boone.


Spectrum, Volume 16, Number 2, Sacred Heart University Sep 1998

Spectrum, Volume 16, Number 2, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Phone services still temporarily off the hook -- Higher standards make class of 2002 smartest -- Public safety stepping up efforts this year -- Search on for new academic affairs VP -- Author of 'Chicken Soup for the Soul' speaks at SHU -- Student's need to maintain personal identity -- Students running to rush Greek -- Cross country takes second in first meet of the year -- SHU athletes reach out to Fairfield youth


Spectrum, Volume 16, Number 1, Sacred Heart University Sep 1998

Spectrum, Volume 16, Number 1, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Bishop Curtis remembered with the dedication of a building on the 35th anniversary of the University’s founding --Upon completion. East Hall will have eight stories of housing, one and a half stories of offices and a half story of entrances and a common lounge area --Residents at SHU are finding a harsher set of rules for alcohol on campus for the 1998-99 school year --Five television lounges in West Hall and 11 lounge sin South Hall have been converted into quad rooms to house the largest freshman class in SHU history --Public Safety finally at full staff ...


Project High Hopes Summer Institute: Curriculum For Developing Talent In Students With Special Needs, Marcia Gentry, Terry W. Neu May 1998

Project High Hopes Summer Institute: Curriculum For Developing Talent In Students With Special Needs, Marcia Gentry, Terry W. Neu

Education Faculty Publications

This article examines a summer institute curriculum that was developed for and used with handicapped students who were identified as gifted in the area(s) of visual arts, performing arts, engineering, or life sciences. The students and the summer institute were part of a federally funded Javits program, Project High Hopes. The curriculum was real world, multi-disciplinary and problem based in that it used a decaying water feature on the school grounds as its focus. Using a creative problem solving process, students identified problems with the water feature, developed solutions, created presentations, and presented their solutions to the school board ...


Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 24, Sacred Heart University Apr 1998

Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 24, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Senior week and graduation approach -- Beer funnel leads to arrest -- CCJU holding Auschwitz conference -- Spectrum wins ASPA award -- East Hall construction ready to start -- Financial assistance explained -- Oldest student to graduate with associates -- Health is not a big concern for students -- Sociologist and feminist speaks to English class -- Athletic teams on the rise -- Men's lacrosse fall to Lafayette 10 - 7 -- Carnesecca to speak at breakfast


Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 23, Sacred Heart University Apr 1998

Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 23, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Nine cars vandalized at Taft Commons -- Judge favors East Hall -- O.T program delayed again -- Binge drinking concern at SHU and beyond -- Springfest to start -- Mock date rape trial held by Lambda Sigma Phi -- Registration changes -- Housing selection finishes -- Winners of Alumni Achievement award -- Students find little time to maintain exercise -- Unplanned teenage pregnancies distress many -- SHU students go clubbing in spare time -- International center reaches many -- SHU honored by state for community service -- Runners second in championship -- Lady runners win Tri-state championship


Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 22, Sacred Heart University Apr 1998

Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 22, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: SHU files for bankruptcy and will be closed within two years-- Housing expanded to Bridgeport Motor Inn-- Flik plans on big expansion -- Public safety implements bike patrols-- Rosie O'Donnell to speak at graduation -- Art department relocates -- Too many pets are being hidden in student's dorms --Spice Girls and Manson to play at SHU


Sacred Heart University Magazine, Spring 1998, Sacred Heart University Apr 1998

Sacred Heart University Magazine, Spring 1998, Sacred Heart University

SHU Magazine

Featured: Cover story: Bishop Walter W. Curtis, 1913-1997 --Calendar --Pioneering women, on the 25th anniversary of Title IX --Shelley Lyford '97 is teaching English in Japan --Alumni profile on Barbara Susi '75 --Glass figure murals in the Pitt Center were created by Will Turey and called “Poetry in Motion — Start to Finish,” depicting the all-important spirit of motion in athletics --President Cernera will serve as the ringmaster of the 50th Anniversary Barnum Festival --Sacred Heart University Press has published its second book, Vatican II: The Continuing Agenda,a collection of essays on the Second Vatican Council --Sarah Hanna co-captain of ...


Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 21, Sacred Heart University Mar 1998

Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 21, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Student government elections on the way -- Parkridge crime rate lower -- Pub proposal delayed -- Siblings weekend -- McLernon speaks about SHU -- Professor devotes time to native Americans -- Africa obtains first place at SHU international -- Life's professions exhibited -- Student's praise Pitt center -- SHU to host 1998 Pro-bowlers US open


Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 20, Sacred Heart University Mar 1998

Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 20, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Construction on new South Wing addition begins -- Pub proposal going in front of cabinet -- Men's rugby stuck in Ireland -- Debate society continues top excel -- Positive thinking guarantees success in life -- Students visit El Salvador -- Student exhibition opens in art gallery -- D-1 sports transition wins mixed votes -- Men's lacrosse lose third straight home game


Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 19, Sacred Heart University Mar 1998

Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 19, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Academic building evacuated from chemical leak -- Safety of mailboxes questioned -- J-Hill living conditions worsen -- Library quality still an issue -- Greeks say binge drinking not big -- Distance learning on the rise -- Yearbooks lose popularity -- SHU students unhappy and leaving -- SHU student earns national recognition -- Men's ice hockey raise funds for injured referee -- Men's lacrosse fall in season openers


Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 18, Sacred Heart University Feb 1998

Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 18, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Physically disabled students lack accessibility -- Converting the old gym into a new pub -- New academic facility to be built -- Greek Life judicial process questioned -- AIDS awareness is year round -- The art of keeping an academic journal -- Eating disorders plague youth -- AIDS awareness comes to SHU -- SHU student artwork shown in Fairfield -- Lax season gets underway Men's ice hockey team suspended -- Track members earn All-Conference honors -- Woman's ice hockey streak up to seven


Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 17, Sacred Heart University Feb 1998

Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 17, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: High phone bills are upsetting many -- Warrens make their return to SHU -- Shuttles hit with fines from DMV -- New housing selection implemented -- Art parents discuss issues -- Registration problems addressed -- Student reaches above and beyond -- West Hall third floor defines community -- Author reflects on his book -- Woman's icehockey up win streak to six -- Athletes address gambling issue -- Woman's basketball fall to Pierce, lose NECC title -- Runners finish second at CTC championships


Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 16, Sacred Heart University Feb 1998

Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 16, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Brady Bunch legend grooves with SHU -- Safety issues raised about El Salvador trip -- Computer users say e-mail unsafe -- SHU working on retention -- Habitat for Humanity seeks tools and more -- South wing additions upsetting some -- Laughter is the remedy for all life's illnesses -- Counseling center gives support to SHU students -- Voices of the past help understand history -- Moods can have an influence on outlook of life -- SHU extends its gallery through 'Collection ' -- Men's basketball add win to home court record


Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 15, Sacred Heart University Feb 1998

Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 15, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Some events for Black History Month will include an African-American Coffeehouse, a trip to the movie “Amistad,” a historical display and a forum on race riots --Kappa Phi sorority appeared in front of the Greek council to defend themselves against allegations of hazing --Senior Ryan Johnson expresses concerns are that computer programs aren’t properly licensed, backup systems aren’t made each day for mail (which explains why everyone’s inbox messages were deleted on January 25), certain staff members lack proper credentials, the computers throughout the University are of poor quality and voice mail problems and tied ...


Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 14, Sacred Heart University Jan 1998

Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 14, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Flik director discusses future possibilities -- Park Avenue to be closed for rest of semester -- New president for S.E.T -- Clinton addresses the nation -- Residential life looking for RAs -- Segregation in South Hall -- SHU gets ready for AIDS awareness week -- Busy phone lines dominate SHU -- El Salvador trip coming soon -- JLC lends a helping hand -- SHU gallery ventures beyond flowers -- Jacques Brel comes to SHU -- Akers returns to the Outpost -- SHU to honor its All-Americans -- Woman's basketball win streak ends as Lowell hands SHU a loss


Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 13, Sacred Heart University Jan 1998

Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 13, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: More cars stolen and vandalized on campus -- SHU celebrates Dr.King -- Lack of books anger students -- Winter weekend blows in -- Students rushing to join Greeks -- SHU hosts foreign students -- Part time students appreciated -- Coffeehouse introduces Russia and Europe -- Career development center promotes workshops -- What club is best for you -- Hall performs poetry at SHU -- Throwers qualify for ECAC meet -- Workout safety for the cold -- Men's track shine at Yale invite -- Lady's basketball on six game win streak


Sacred Heart University Alma Mater, Margaret A. Palliser, Ralph L. Corrigan Jan 1998

Sacred Heart University Alma Mater, Margaret A. Palliser, Ralph L. Corrigan

50th Anniversary

On the occasion of its 35th anniversary in 1998, Sacred Heart University adopted its official Alma Mater. Words by Ralph Corrigan et al. Music by Margaret A. Palliser.


Founder's Day 1998, Sacred Heart University Jan 1998

Founder's Day 1998, Sacred Heart University

Founder's Day Programs

Program for the March 18, 1998 Founder's Day ceremony held in the Academic Center, Gymnasium.


Student Characteristics, School Characteristics, And Educational Aspirations Of Six Asian American Ethnic Groups, Heather Kim, Laura Rendon, James Valadez Jan 1998

Student Characteristics, School Characteristics, And Educational Aspirations Of Six Asian American Ethnic Groups, Heather Kim, Laura Rendon, James Valadez

SHU Faculty Publications

The authors looked at differences among 6 Asian American ethnic groups in terms of student-level and school-level characteristics and examined factors related to their educational aspirations. The authors provided implications for counselors to help Asian American students achieve academic success in secondary and higher education.


Programa De Ensino Da Escola Secundária Brasileira: 1850-1951 [Teaching Programs Of The Brazilian Secondary School: 1850-1951], Karl M. Lorenz, Ariclê Vechia Jan 1998

Programa De Ensino Da Escola Secundária Brasileira: 1850-1951 [Teaching Programs Of The Brazilian Secondary School: 1850-1951], Karl M. Lorenz, Ariclê Vechia

Education Faculty Publications

O livro e uma coletânea de dezoito documentos que delineiam os conteúdos programáticos ensinados na escola secundaria brasileira de 1850 a 1951. Os documentos correspondem a reformas educacionais efetuadas neste período. Dentre os programas da coletânea, quinze foram elaborados especificamente para o Colégio Pedro II, no Rio de Janeiro. Os outros três foram expedidos pelo Ministério da Educação para serem implementados em nível nacional. Os programas de estudo contem informações sobre os itens de conteúdos das matérias e sua organização nas series, o numero de lições atribuídas a cada tópico, a carga semanal, e referencias a autores e livros textos ...