Caroline “Lee” Blair ’57, M’78, had a teacher in third grade who was so passionate and enthusiastic, Blair couldn’t help but develop a love of learning. “She inspired me to become a teacher,” she says. “I love learning to this day.”
Mark Your Calendars! Homecoming 2020 is scheduled for Saturday, October 17 and promises to be…
Westfield State staff, students, and alumni continue to mourn the passing of retired longtime track and field coach and Movement Science professor Jerry Gravel, who died last October after a long battle with cancer.
Every September for almost 29 years, a large group of Westfield State alumni has gathered for a round of golf. They celebrate friendships, reminisce, and raise money for future students, all in the name of their dear friend Dan Doyle ’83.
When Abby Chernick ’20 had the chance to play international field hockey in the Maccabiah Games last summer, it wasn’t just a triumph of her field hockey skills but rather the culmination of a lifelong journey in which she has overcome many obstacles to compete at such a high level.
Last fall, Westfield State University welcomed its first class of 21 students who participated in the first two years of The Westfield Promise, the University’s early college program.
When Jennifer Hanselman, Ph.D., became dean of the College of Mathematics and Sciences in 2018,
she knew she wanted a major part of her role to be advocating for Westfield State in the realm of statewide science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education.
On October 26, 1961, the first-ever As Schools Match Wits quiz show was broadcast on television throughout Western Massachusetts. Fifty-eight years later, Westfield State University continues its integral commitment to this unique, empowering, local program.
Implementation of University’s Strategic Plan continues Implementation of the University’s strategic plan, which provides a…