Students Visited by Attorneys
Posted December 5, 2013
Students enrolled in the Introduction to Law and Society course had the opportunity to hear from a panel of attorneys on December 3 at the Blake Law Center. The panel included Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Massachusetts Alex Grant, General Counsel for Western New England University Cheryl Smith, Supervising Attorney for the District Court and the Committee for Public Counsel Services Richard Rubin, General Counsel for Lego Robin Smith, Assistant Registrar of Deeds for Hampshire County Frances South, and Michelle Mercier Vargo of the Law Offices of Michelle Mercier Vargo.
Improv Class Presents Semester Showcase
Posted December 4, 2013
Students in the Improvisational Comedy Level 1 class put on a standing room only performance on December 3 in the Clarke Reading Room at D'Amour Library. The event featured fully improvised games and scenes based on audience suggestions. It was sponsored by the Department of Humanities and D'Amour Library.
University Announces Information Session for Adult Learners
Posted December 3, 2013
Western New England University will host an information session for prospective part-time adult learners on Thursday, December 12 at 5:30 p.m. in the Kevin S. Delbridge Welcome Center.
During the session, prospective students will have the opportunity to learn about part-time study at Western New England. Students can choose from online courses and on campus courses offered during the day and evening. Over 50 programs are available for part-time study during the day. A part-time evening program in Accounting is available as well.
The University also offers an online Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program, designed for students who already have an associate's degree or those who have completed at least 30 credits of undergraduate work.
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