Athenaeum Art Series Warms Cold Winter Days
Posted March 10, 2014
The “Music of Our Lives and Times” was the theme of the Athenaeum Art Lunchtime Concert held on March 4 in D’Amour Library. Moonlight and Morning Star presented original songs, spoken word, blues, R&B, jazz and more exploring personal and collective themes of our lives and times. The multicultural, multigenerational concert was sponsored by the Department of Humanities and D’Amour Library.
In a late February Anthenaeum Art Series event, Soprano Shauntice Marshall performed a selection of music featuring African-American spirituals in celebration of Black History Month to faculty, staff, and students in attendance.
The Athenaeum Series is a program of events hosted and co-sponsored by D'Amour Library which seeks to contribute to the academic, cultural and intellectual life of the Western New England University community by providing a forum for communication, conversation and discussion on scientific, literary, and other topics.
Pharmacy Students Hold Script Your Future Events
Posted March 9, 2014
Student pharmacists from Western New England University and nursing students from American International College partnered to promote medication adherence and general health awareness as part of the Script Your Future campaign.
The two largest events of the campaign were recently held at the Mason Square and Wilbraham Senior Centers on Thursday, February 27 and Friday, February 28. The focus of the campaign was on medication adherence related to chronic disease states such as diabetes, heart disease, and respiratory disease. Students conducted blood pressure screenings, blood sugar testing, medication adherence counseling, and demonstrations on the proper use of respiratory inhalers and glucometers. “Both of our events were very successful and we look forward to continuing our partnership with AIC next year to hold future community events.” said pharmacy student Victoryn Williams.
School of Law Hosts Color of Law Discussion Series
Posted March 8, 2014
Western New England University School of Law will host Bernardo G. Cuadra as part of the School’s Color of Law Discussion Series on Thursday, March 13, 12:00 noon in the Blake Law Center Faculty Lounge.
Cuadra L’10, Associate, Shipman & Goodwin, practices in the area of estate planning, estate settlement and trust administration. Bernardo assists clients with the full range of planning techniques for tax-effective intergenerational and charitable transfers. He also prepares, and advises those preparing, probate documents, estate tax returns and fiduciary income tax returns as well as represents estates before the IRS and DRS on audit.
The Color of Law Series is designed to expose law students to attorneys, professionals, and judges of color, providing them with the opportunity to network with members of the legal community.
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