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Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 10, Sacred Heart University Archives Dec 1991

Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 10, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: The state’s acclaimed Alternative Route to Certification program, which has trained hundreds of people from other professions to be teachers, will be relocated to Sacred Heart University this summer --Featured Student: Jason Calabrese --Matty Melisi, strength and conditioning coach here at SHU, is commonly known as Sacred Heart’s “main martial arts man" --Lady Cagers off to a strong, impressive season.


Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 8, Sacred Heart University Archives Nov 1991

Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 8, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Dining hall opens for indoor service --Library hours get partially reinstated. To solve the staffing problem, the library hired two new reference librarians, Constance Fraser and John Maroney --Mr. Bamaba, the Executive Director and Founder of Paul and Lisa, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to the prevention of child sexual exploitation, will present a slide show entitled “Child Prostitution and Pornography Alive and Growing in Connecticut” --Dr. Henrik Eger is a new faculty member at SHU University and the first person to teach Rhetoric in Communication Studies --Soccer --Volleyball --Football.


Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 9, Sacred Heart University Archives Nov 1991

Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 9, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: On the halftime show of ABC’s broadcast of #1 Florida State vs. #2 Miami, Sacred Heart University was featured on the halftime segment called “Quick Hits.” The 20 second feature told of Sacred Heart’s first year football team winning five straight games, going for it’s sixth in a row --The Adopt-a-School program currently enrolls twelve SHU students for college credit. SHU has chosen to “adopt” the John Winthrop school in Bridgeport --"Great American Smokeout" held at SHU --Feature on Tom Kelly, Director of Student Activities --The Polish Cultural Events Committee presents Grudka Ziemi: Song of ...


Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 7, Sacred Heart University Archives Nov 1991

Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 7, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Sexual harassment forum held in response to the Clarence Thomas/Anita Hill Senate confirmation hearings --Consistency helps bring home awards for SHU Debate Society --Curfew tightened at dorms following Mischief Night --Pitor Gzowski, a communications professor and writer/director/producer of many plays held here at SHU, has started a new project here called the “Readers Theater” in conjunction with the Communications Department --Dr. Serenity Young has joined the Sacred Heart University faculty as an Assistant Professor of Religious Studies --Dr. Oliver Sachs gives lecture on the devastating effects of Encephalitis Lethargica or “Sleeping Sickness”, his book "Awakenings ...


Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 6, Sacred Heart University Archives Oct 1991

Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 6, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Among issues of concern in this month’s “President’s Rap,” held monthly by SHU President Cernera in Chubby’s Lounge to give students the chance to ask questions about any university concerns, were the cafe and its “grand opening day” and the library and its new policy and schedule --SHU community critical of library hours, library fee. According to Librarian Dorothy Kijanka, “We cut hours last spring due to vacancy of staff." The ten dollar fee is used to buy new books and resource materials --SHU's Institute for Religious Education and Pastoral Studies offers certificate programs ...


Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 4, Sacred Heart University Archives Oct 1991

Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 4, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: SHU President Anthony J. Cernera conducted his first “President’s Rap” session of the semester, providing students with an opportunity for open dialogue --Lynn DeRobertis has been the SHU Director of Health Services for 5 years and is now moving on --The Stewart B. McKinney Foundation, established by Mrs. McKinney in memory of Congressman McKinney who died of AIDS, founded The AIDS Education Consortium. A grant from the Foundation will enable SHU professors to work with high school and elementary teachers to bring AIDS information and greater awareness to students --Tradition and spirit in a Catholic University (from ...


Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 3, Sacred Heart University Archives Sep 1991

Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 3, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: The First Annual Pioneer Weekend events debuted in the quad on Fri. night with a Reggae fest featuring the band “Anthem" and the first home football game vs. lona --For the 1991-92 academic year, twelve professors and nine administrators have joined SHU: Kristen Wenzel, Eilene Berstch, Jacqueline Rinaldi, Edmund Garrick, Vincent Mangiacapra, Jeffery Croom, Henrik Eger and Piotr Gzowski, English professors, Theresa Gonzales and Jose Ventura, Management professors, Louise Spence, Media Studies professor, Dhanwant Sethi will be a visiting research professor in chemistry, and more --Dr. Gary Rose was recently feted at a reception in honor of the ...


Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 2, Sacred Heart University Archives Sep 1991

Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 2, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Senator Christopher Dodd and Democratic candidate for mayor of Bridgeport Joe Ganim pay visit to campus --Sacred Heart University enrollment increases by 40% -- Under the guidance of Vincent Mangiacapra, director of academic and management computer systems, and the financial support of Digital Equipment Corporation, SHU is on its way to providing state-of-the-art computer technology: Network to link university buildings.


Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 1, Sacred Heart University Archives Sep 1991

Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 1, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Orientation ‘91 as an event is over, but the process of helping students adjust to college is not over according to Dean Michael Bozzone, dean of students --A curfew imposed on residential students at Park Ridge and Taft Commons has been a source of mixed reactions among students --A gallery of some faculty and staff --Sacred Heart University’s Gallery of Contemporary Art will open the 1991-92 academic year with“Abstract Information: Prints by Eight Contemporary Artists“ --Piotr Gzowski, hired this year as a full-time professor at SHU, seeks to establish a theatre major --SHU’s men's ...


Commencement 1991, Sacred Heart University May 1991

Commencement 1991, Sacred Heart University

Commencement Programs

Program for the Graduate and Undergraduate ceremonies held May 18, 1991.


Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 22, Sacred Heart University Archives Apr 1991

Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 22, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: After months of consideration, Sacred Heart has decided to maintain its multi-divisional status. Lacrosse and football will continue to compete at the Division III level, while the other nine sports will compete at the Division II level --The Very Rev. Joseph T. Cahill, C.M., president emeritus of St. John’s University, will deliver the Commencement address at Sacred Heart University’s 35th Commencement --SHU mourns the loss of Dr. Joseph Grau, a prominent figure in Catholic social action and professor of Religious Studies --“Radio Pages”, a newly expanded WSHU-FM news magazine program, highlights personalities, issues, causes, cultures ...


Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 21, Sacred Heart University Archives Apr 1991

Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 21, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Sacred Heart plans to build an athletic field house in the near future -- SHU sponsored Debate Tournament was a major success according to Debate Coach Dr. Gary Rose --Opinions about the Persian Gulf War, by Grant Walker, Ph.D. --In conjunction with a grant from Digital Equipment Corporation, installation of computer hardware and software began, allowing not only for people in one area of a building to share information with others in another part of the same building, but will allow for inter-building communications to take place as well --Student Voice: What do you think needs to be ...


Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 20, Sacred Heart University Archives Apr 1991

Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 20, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: SHU Debate Team will host its first annual Debate Tournament on Apr. 12 & 13 in the Schine Auditorium. The debate will feature 50 teams, with two members on each team --President Cernera hosted a President’s Rap session and opened the floor to student inquiries and questions. The purpose is to increase dialog between himself and the student population --Student art exhibit shines with winners --The kings and queens of Sacred Heart University came out to parade their formal attire for the 26th Annual 1991 Spring Fest. The event was hosted by students Scott Wootton and Jennifer Lee ...


Spectrum, Volume 2, Number 1, Sacred Heart University Archives Apr 1991

Spectrum, Volume 2, Number 1, Sacred Heart University Archives

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April Fools' Day issue 1991.


Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 18, Sacred Heart University Archives Mar 1991

Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 18, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: The Presidential Cabinet has been reorganized to include the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Thomas Trebon, the Vice President for Finance and Administration, Dr. Paul Madonna, the Vice President for Enrollment Planning and Student Affairs, James Barquinero, and the Vice President for Institutional Advancement, John Gerlach --Tara Mehegan led a Peace program, dedicating it to Dr. Joseph Grau, an author, peace activist and highly respected faculty member --SHU athletic divisional status to be decided by a panel of SHU administrators, professors, coaches, and students --The Polish Cultural Events Committee is presenting Muzyka “Polonia”, a musical ...


Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 17, Sacred Heart University Archives Feb 1991

Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 17, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Lee Tribe sculptures recovered --The SETS coalition has joined forces with the Fairfield Police Union in “OPERATION DESERT SUPPORT”, a donation drive of in-demand items for the troops fighting in the Gulf War --As part of The Honors Lecture Series Dr. Thomas Trebon, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost, spoke on Issues of Political and Social Changes ln The “Third World” --Debate on Persian Gulf War continues --Students studying abroad could become terrorist targets --Sacred Heart University English professor Frank Speiser will hold open auditions for a play he will direct, “A View from a Bridge” by ...


Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 16, Sacred Heart University Archives Feb 1991

Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 16, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: . ‘Rooster’ and ‘Early Spring,’ part of an exhibition by Lee Tribe, the British born sculptor, have disappeared from the courtyard --Todd Williams, captain of the 1991 Pioneer basketball team, thrives on competition and persistence --Confusion reigns over minority scholarship policy.


Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 15, Sacred Heart University Archives Feb 1991

Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 15, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Racism: part of us still? As a part of Black History Month, the Community/Minority Affairs office and UJAMMAA, the SHU Black Heritage Club, held a film discussion on racism in Chubby’s lounge --Where your activity fee is going --Susan Taylor, editor in chief of ESSENCE magazine, gave a talk called “Be the Best You Can Be”. Taylor talked about African American spirituality, pain found in the black community, and the importance of self-motivation --University smoking policy --Valentine's Day personals --Seniors: How to survive a tough job market --From your video store with love --1991 marks ...


Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 14, Sacred Heart University Archives Feb 1991

Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 14, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: New security policy requiring all visitors to provide identification and sign a sheet before entering Taft Commons --Gulf War affects faculty and students --Prediction for 2001: Women will earn the majority of doctorates --Renovations at Campus Center near completion --Chubby's Lounge revamped --Lee Tribe, renowned artist from Essex England, has some of his welded scuptures on display at the Charles Plohn Gallery.


Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 13, Sacred Heart University Archives Jan 1991

Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 13, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: As the Persian Gulf War rages Campus ministry is gearing up to help conscientious objectors register their beliefs in case of a national draft --The newly formed Students Encouraging Troop Support (SETS) is sponsoring a “Tie a Yellow Ribbon Day” --Results of student survey --25th Anniversary Basketball team announced.


Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 12, Sacred Heart University Archives Jan 1991

Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 12, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: As the United Nations’ set deadline for Saddam Hussein to remove his troops from occupied Kuwait approached, student protest of U.S. policy in the Middle East crisis has spread --A sex education program designed by Health Services to train peer counselors how to deal with issues such as rape and sexually transmitted diseases faces restrictions imposed by Catholicism --In celebration of Black History Month, Ujammaa, the SHU Black Heritage Association, is sponsoring “Gospel Jamboree Night” --Student Voice: What is your reaction to the war in the Persian Gulf? --Interview with David A. Rodriguez, a student of SHU ...


Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 11, Sacred Heart University Archives Jan 1991

Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 11, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: SHU prepares to submit second dorm application --Sacred Heart is in the process of creating an exchange program with the Czech Technical University of Prague, John T. Gerlach, special assistant to president Dr. Cemera announced --Sacred Heart University Library has received a $45,000 grant to purchase a second set of computer hardware—personal computer, printer and a CD-ROM player—to be used with the Wilson CD-Rom data bases that the library already owns, says Mary Rogers, assistant University librarian --The best of 1990: Movies, Music --Coach MacGuigan and scoring machine Daniel Dos Santos display the award Dos ...


1991-1992 Graduate Catalog, Sacred Heart University Jan 1991

1991-1992 Graduate Catalog, Sacred Heart University

Graduate & Undergraduate Catalogs

No abstract provided.


Currículos De 1892 E De 1894: Tentativas De Acomodação Do Currículo De 1890 De Benjamin Constant [The Curricula Of 1892 And 1894: Attempts At Accommodating To The Curriculum Of 1890 Of Benjamin Constant], Karl M. Lorenz, Ariclê Vechia Jan 1991

Currículos De 1892 E De 1894: Tentativas De Acomodação Do Currículo De 1890 De Benjamin Constant [The Curricula Of 1892 And 1894: Attempts At Accommodating To The Curriculum Of 1890 Of Benjamin Constant], Karl M. Lorenz, Ariclê Vechia

Education Faculty Publications

O trabalho relata a historia e analisa os conteúdos dos programas de estudos do Gymnasio Nacional (antigo Colégio Pedro II), propostas nas reformas educacionais brasileiras de 1892 de Fernando Lobo e de 1894 de Cassiano do Nascimento, e as compara com a de 1890 de Benjamin Constant. Demonstra que o plano curricular de 1894 manteve o elenco de disciplinas de 1890 e a distribuição das matérias nas series segundo o plano de 1892. No entanto, reduziu a carga horaria total ao nível da proposta em 1890. Estas alterações sugerem que, neste período, o ensino secundário vivia um clima conturbado e ...


Historia Do Currículo Da Escola Secundária Brasileira, 1838-1971: Uma Pesquisa Em Curso [History Of The Curriculum Of The Brazilian Secondary School, 1838-1971: Research In Progress], Karl M. Lorenz, Ariclê Vechia Jan 1991

Historia Do Currículo Da Escola Secundária Brasileira, 1838-1971: Uma Pesquisa Em Curso [History Of The Curriculum Of The Brazilian Secondary School, 1838-1971: Research In Progress], Karl M. Lorenz, Ariclê Vechia

Education Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Prologue 1991, Sacred Heart University Jan 1991

Prologue 1991, Sacred Heart University

Prologue (Yearbook)

No abstract provided.


Founder's Day 1991, Sacred Heart University Jan 1991

Founder's Day 1991, Sacred Heart University

Founder's Day Programs

Program for the March 21, 1991 Founder's Day ceremony.

"28th Annual Founder's Day Celebration"--cover.


Currículos De 1892 E De 1894: Tentativas De Acomodação Do Currículo De 1890 De Benjamin Constant [The Curricula Of 1892 And 1894: Attempts At Accommodating To The Curriculum Of 1890 Of Benjamin Constant], Karl M. Lorenz, Ariclê Vechia Jan 1991

Currículos De 1892 E De 1894: Tentativas De Acomodação Do Currículo De 1890 De Benjamin Constant [The Curricula Of 1892 And 1894: Attempts At Accommodating To The Curriculum Of 1890 Of Benjamin Constant], Karl M. Lorenz, Ariclê Vechia

Karl M Lorenz

O trabalho relata a historia e analisa os conteúdos dos programas de estudos do Ginasio Nacional (antigo Colégio Pedro II), propostas nas reformas educacionais brasileiras de 1892 de Fernando Lobo e de 1894 de Cassiano do Nascimento, e as compara com a de 1890 de Benjamin Constant. Demonstra que o plano curricular de 1894 manteve o elenco de disciplinas de 1890 e a distribuição das matérias nas series segundo o plano de 1892. No entanto, reduziu a carga horaria total ao nível da proposta em 1890. Estas alterações sugerem que, neste período, o ensino secundário vivia um clima conturbado e ...


Historia Do Currículo Da Escola Secundária Brasileira, 1838-1971: Uma Pesquisa Em Curso [History Of The Curriculum Of The Brazilian Secondary School, 1838-1971: Research In Progress], Karl M. Lorenz, Ariclê Vechia Jan 1991

Historia Do Currículo Da Escola Secundária Brasileira, 1838-1971: Uma Pesquisa Em Curso [History Of The Curriculum Of The Brazilian Secondary School, 1838-1971: Research In Progress], Karl M. Lorenz, Ariclê Vechia

Karl M Lorenz

O trabalho sumariza os objetivos e a metodologia usada num projeto de pesquisa que visa caracterizar a composição e organização dos currículos oficialmente adotados pela escola secundaria brasileira, de 1838 a 1971.
This paper summarizes the objectives and the methodology used in a research project that aims to characterize the composition and organization of the curricula officially adopted in Brazilian secondary schools from 1838 to 1971.