• Partnership with Episcopal University of Haiti

    Published on Friday, July 19, 2019 as a News Story

    Program Overview The Elms College School of Nursing has received a $750,000 grant from the Kellogg Foundation to improve health outcomes in Haiti through faculty development beginning in summer 2019. Read more

  • Gaming the Social System

    Published on Monday, June 3, 2019 as a Student Story

    Associate Professor of Psychology Jennifer Rivers and her students are researching the effects of gaming on empathy and ethical decision making. Read more

    Photo of Associate Professor of Psychology Jen Rivers & Sarah Picard '18, a psychology major
  • CJ Majors Earn St. Thomas More Scholarship

    Published on Monday, June 3, 2019 as a Student Story

    CJ Majors Earn St. Thomas More Scholarship Hannah Pichardo ’21 and Manuel Savalza ’21 are each one step closer to a career in criminal justice after earning the Hon. Kent B. Smith scholarship from the St. Thomas More Society of the Diocese of Springfield. Read more

    Photo of 2019 St. Thomas More Scholarship Recipients Hannah Pichardo '21 and Manuel Savalza '21 . Courtesy of Sharon Roulier and iObserve
  • Shayla Burge ’20

    Published on Monday, June 3, 2019 as a Student Story

    Pre-Med Major Accepted to Summer Scholars Program Shayla Burge ’20, a pre-medicine major from Springfield, has earned a 10-week internship that will introduce her to different aspects of the healthcare industry this summer. Read more

    Photo of Shayla Burge '20, a pre-medicine major
  • All in the Family

    Published on Monday, June 3, 2019 as a Student Story

    Keeping Education All in the Family For three generations, the Denaults have attended Elms to pursue a passion for teaching. Read more

    Photo of the Denault family; Tara Denault, M.Ed. ’96 (left), Shannon Denault ’19, and Joyce Denault ’60.
  • Alisha Cameron ’19

    Published on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 as a Student Story

    Innovation for Social Change At Impact Prep at Chestnut—a middle school in Springfield’s North End—having access to clean clothes isn’t a given. Many students struggle to keep their uniforms clean every week, lacking either the time, money, or supervision to do laundry regularly. When they can’t meet the school’s dress code, they often skip class, rather than risk being bullied for their appearance. Read more

    Photo of Alisha Cameron '19
  • Nakia Mabin ’19

    Published on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 as a Student Story

    A math and biology double major from Fairfield, CT, Nakia Mabin ’19 is pursuing a career as a nurse anesthetist in fall 2019. Read more

    Photo of Nakia Mabin '19, a math and biology double major
  • Andrew Zulch ’19

    Published on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 as a Student Story

    For Andrew Zulch ’19, environmental science is a vehicle for improving public health. A biology and chemistry double major, Andrew is using his research experience at Elms as a springboard for a career at the EPA. Read more

    Photo of Andrew Zulch '19, a biology and chemistry double major
  • Laura Greenough ’19

    Published on Monday, May 20, 2019 as a Student Story

    Studying social work led Laura Greenough ’19 on a journey of self-discovery. Now, the winner of the Sisters of St. Joseph service award is working to foster self-determination in students at a local elementary school. Read more

    Photo of Laura Greenough '19 with professors Jen Rivers and Autumn Mathias
  • 2018-2019 Academic Year Highlights

    Published on Wednesday, May 15, 2019 as a Blog Post

    The 2018-2019 academic year has been a busy, exciting, and rewarding one here at Elms College. Read more