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Grand Reunion 2021

November 13 Reunion Fall Fest (In Person)

For classes ending in 0, 1, 5, and 6

This day-long program will be filled with fall fun and festivity for the whole family, including but not limited to, a Wine and Food Truck Festival, a service to honor our veterans, Courageous Conversations panel discussion, activities for “cubs” ages 2-12, and a Springfield College Family Thanksgiving Dinner. Watch your email and social media in October for details and registration material.

This event is planned to be held in-person, within the guidelines set by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Any changes to this will be shared with you closer to the event.

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Please note: Program details are subject to change. The event calendar will be updated periodically, based on event confirmation and logistical updates.

130th Anniversary of Springfield College football

October 30, 2021

Brought to you by Springfield College Athletics and Alumni Relations, the 130th-anniversary celebration of Springfield College football featuring the honoring of Coach Jack Holik G'82 upon his retirement, honoring Coach Mike DeLong '74 as he is inducted into the Springfield College Athletic Hall of Fame.

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Grand Reunion 2021

Prong 2 - In Person

November 13, 2021

This day-long program will be filled with fall fun and festivity for the whole family, including but not limited to, a Wine and Food Truck Festival, a service to honor our veterans, Courageous Conversations panel discussion, activities for “cubs” ages 2-12, and a Springfield College Family Thanksgiving Dinner. Watch your email and social media in October for details and registration material.

This event is planned to be held in-person, within the guidelines set by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Any changes to this will be shared with you closer to the event.

Learn more and register

Holiday Ugly Sweater Singo Bingo

December 9, 2021
7 p.m.
Zoom

Join us for Virtual Holiday Singo Bingo brought to you by Springfield College Alumni Relations and Student Alumni Association on 12/9 at 7:00 pm hosted by Mary and Larry of Get Your Bingo On.

A limited number of spots are available for this complimentary program and are limited to one registration/Bingo board per household.

Registration coming soon.

Springfield College Book Club  

Virtual: participate where you are!

If you are passionate about reading and want to connect with alumni with a similar interest, join the new Springfield College Book Club! In this online community, alumni can enjoy entertaining and interactive discussion on books from a variety of genres. Read one book or all. We encourage you to register today! There is no cost to participate - you just have to obtain a copy of the book to enjoy. This program is brought to you by the Office of Alumni Relations.

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Olympic Roundtable

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Please join us for an Olympic roundtable discussion featuring members of the SC family who were involved in the Tokyo Olympic Games. This program will be moderated by Communications and Sports Journalism Faculty Member Kyle Belanger.

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Tipton Alumni College: Russe Pate '68, PhD Lecture

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Physical Activity Guidelines Across the Lifespan
A lecture by Russell Pate '68

Russell Pate '68, PhD, is the 2008 Springfield College Distinguished Alumni Award Recipient; the executive director of the National Physical Activity Plan Alliance; research professor in the University of South Carolina Arnold School of Public Health Department of Exercise Science; and the former University of South Carolinavice provost for health sciences.

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Virtual Cooking Class Compliments of Azuluna Foods 

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Azuluna Foods is a carefully curated, local, meals-to-go company located in Woodstock, Conn. In this class, Executive Chef Rachael LaPorte will virtually invite you to the farmhouse kitchen to prepare customer-favorite recipes. The class will focus on how to layer flavors using herbs and spices easily found in your grocery store, as well as classical cooking techniques that you can apply to upgrade your kitchen repertoire to chef status. The menu includes:  garlic, lemon, and herb-roast chicken with a natural pan jus and  coconut-whipped sweet potatoes with sautéed garlicky kale.

Watch the recording SHOPPING LIST RECIPES

Virtual Wine 101 with Our Very Own Dave Boyle '83, Vice President, Martignetti Company Inc. 

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Whether you enjoy wine or just being social, join Dave for this fun, warm, informative, and humor-filled program, including sparkling beverages.

Watch the recording VIEW THE WINE AND SPARKLING BEVERAGE LIST

State of the College Address with 13th President Dr. Mary-Beth Cooper  

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Grab your favorite caffeinated beverage and a danish and settle in for a warm, wonderful conversation about the future, hopes, and dreams for the College, which means so much to so many.    

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Reunion Paint and Sip 

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Grab your favorite glass, your favorite beverage, and your favorite household members to join the Alumni Relations team for our first-ever virtual Paint and Sip.

Watch the recording VIEW THE PAINT AND SIP IMAGE SUPPLY LIST

Say What? Self-talk Theory to Practice Workshop 

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Judy L. Van Raalte, PhD, former Distinguished Springfield Professor of Humanics, director of the athletic counseling program, and professor of psychology, led an interactive workshop exploring the power of self-talk and practical self-talk strategies you can apply in everyday life and sport.

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Highlights of Cutting-edge Research on Health and Wellness at Springfield College 

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This interactive Zoom program featured three former Distinguished Springfield Professors of HumanicsSamuel Headley, PhD, professor of exercise science; Charlie Redmond '68, G’71, retired dean of the former School of Health Physical Education and Recreation; and Sue Guyer, DPE '03, dean of the School of Physical Education, Performance, and Sport Leadership. Guyer and Redmond interviewed Headley and some of our incredible graduate students on cutting-edge research being conducted here at Springfield College.

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Revenge of the Animals: The Covid-19 Story

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Join the Alumni Relations team for an enlightening Zoom conversation regarding the state of the pandemic, what you need to know about the Covid vaccines, the rise of the variants and what we can expect in the next few months. This program features G. Richard Olds, MD H'14, an infectious disease expert. Dr. Olds is the President and Chief Executive Officer of St. George's University and the son of our great, late President Dr. Glenn Olds. Joining Dr. Olds is Robert "Bob" Hamill '64 MD. Dr. Hamill is Professor of Neurological Sciences, Emeritus, Department of Neurological Sciences, Chair Emeritus, Department of Neurology at University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine. Registrants will be sent a Zoom link in a confirmation e-mail the day prior to the program.

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Curse Broken: Two Alumni Reliving Their Place in the Iconic 2004 World Series

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Join Alumni Relations and Communications and Sports Journalism faculty member Kyle Belanger for a round table discussion featuring retired Red Sox Head Athletic Trainer Jim Rowe '87 and retired Head Athletic Trainer for the St. Louis Cardinals, Barry Weinberg '73. Rowe and Weinberg will be taking a unique and personal look at an iconic journey into MLB history.  This is a complimentary program. 

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Career Advice During a Pandemic: Panel Discussion

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Please join us for a virtual panel discussion on Career Advice During A Pandemic. Panelists include Dr. Peg Ferguson Boyd G'95, Management Faculty, URI; Justin Monell G'16, Director of Career Services, Elms College and Consultant & Development Specialist, Monell Career Consulting Group; Betsy Jeffers Moquin '90, Sr. Executive Director of HR, Learning & Development, YMCA of Central MA and Justin Tishman '04, Division Director, Robert Half. The panel will be moderated by Career Center Director Scott Dranka G'01.

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Springfield College Boys of Baseball Virtual Panel Discussion

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Enjoy this virtual panel discussion featuring our All-Star lineup:  Rob Bradford '92 Site Editor, WEEI.com and Red Sox Columnist; Mike Cometa '11, Manager, Season Ticket and Ticket Services, Boston Red Sox; Rob Crain '04, Senior VP, Sales & Marketing, Pawtucket Red Sox and Founding Partner of Front Office Features; and Matt Ferry '11, Director of Baseball Operations, NY Yankees.  The discussion is moderated by SC Assistant Professor of Communications & Sports Journalism, Kyle Belanger.

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Food for Thought: The Impact of Nutrition on Your Spirit, Mind, and Body  

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View this interactive discussion hosted by Professor Charlie Redmond '68, G'71, faculty member Donna Chapman PhD, RD, and former faculty member Richard Wood '99, G'01 PhD, ATC, CSCS. Sponsored by the Alumni Association.

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Youth Coaching Webinar: "The Arts and Sciences of Youth Coaching"  

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Hear from Springfield College teaching legends, Joel Dearing `79, Ted France, EdD `91, G`93, Michelle Moosbrugger, `00, PhD`06 and Al Petipas, EdD in an interactive and lively discussion on topics such as legality in coaching, performance objectives, the culture and emotional aspect of coaching children, motor learning and sport pedagogy, building relationships with parents and the overuse of specification.

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