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Students Pulling Over at ‘Academic Rest Stop’

After conversations about the increasing prevalence of mental health concerns on college campuses, Dr. Tracy Y. Espy, Mitchell College president, and Dr. Betsy Beaulieu, vice president for academic affairs and dean of the college, sought to create a quiet place for students to decompress and feel welcome on campus.

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Ventresca Named Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach

Kristin Ventresca has been named the next head coach of the Mitchell College women’s lacrosse team, as announced recently by Director of Athletics Matt Finlayson. Ventresca will make her collegiate head coaching debut for the Mariners, who posted a 3-9 record in 2023, the most wins for the program since 2018.

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Award-Winning Journalist to Record Podcast with Students

Award-winning journalist Julio Ricardo Varela will produce a “Latino Rebels Radio” podcast focused on neuro-inclusivity, belonging, and radical hospitality as a social justice movement in conversation with Mitchell College students on Fri., Sept. 22, 1–2:30 p.m. in the Weller Center at Mitchell College. The public is invited to attend.

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Mitchell College Welcomes Four New Faculty

Mitchell College announces four new full-time faculty members for the Academic Year 2023-2024 in the areas of criminal justice, science, sport management, and communication: Dr. Timothy Daty, assistant professor of criminal justice; Christy Dukehart, visiting assistant professor of sport management; Dr. Richard W. Sanders, associate professor of chemistry; and Michael H. Stoner, visiting instructor of communication.

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New Degree Completion Program for Adult Learners

This fall Mitchell College is launching a Professional Studies undergraduate “Completer Degree” program for adult learners as part of its efforts to expand options for “nontraditional” college students to achieve their education and career goals. Designed exclusively for adult students with some college credit, the accelerated program offers both a 2-year (A.A.) and a 4-year (B.A.) degree.

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Goldsmith and Roberts Leave Indelible Mark

Professors Marc Goldsmith and Dean Roberts, who began their careers at Mitchell College in different eras of the last century, recently retired after a combined 91 years of teaching tens of thousands of students. Their contributions are hard to measure, but the standard they set for excellence in teaching remains a constant at the college.

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