The Stonehill Undergraduate Research Experience
The Stonehill Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) gives participants the chance to complete significant, publishable full-time research directly in collaboration with notable Stonehill faculty researchers.
- Briana Burke '13 with Eunmi Yang, assistant professor of Education: Investigating impacts of community based learning on preservice teachers’ perceptions of teaching STEM subjects and working with diverse group of students. (Summer 2012)
Noyce Undergraduate Research Experience
- Shannon O’Neill, Allison Starring, & Kaitlyn Sych with Professors Anderson & Yang (Summer 2013) Informal Science Education: Mathematical Connections
Practicum & Pre-Practicum
All licensure candidates complete multiple practicum and pre-practicum embedded within coursework.
Through early exposure to best practices (and mentoring to process these experiences), Stonehill’s licensure candidates become better aware of the intricacies associated with teaching, especially in under-resourced high-needs schools and districts. Required pre-practicum not only span the ages/grades covered by the candidates license, but also occur in a variety of settings.
These placements occur in both general education as well as special education settings. Experiences are designed to support students in seeing the connections between theory and practice, and prepare licensure candidates to work with students from diverse backgrounds as well as in high-need areas. Students work with their program advisor to determine appropriate pre-practicum and practicum experiences and to ensure all requirements are met prior to placement.
- Hancock School-Stonehill College Partnership
- Within Reach
- Stoughton Elementary Schools MCAS Internship
New Dimensions brings high school sophomores and juniors from local Catholic Schools to Stonehill to get a first-hand look at life at a Catholic college.
Catholic Educators Collaborative
The Catholic Educators Collaborative at Stonehill College (CECSC) is a school-college partnership sponsored by Stonehill College and the Catholic High Schools in Massachusetts.
The Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program
Stonehill College has a unique opportunity for all our future teachers – especially those committed to working in high-needs schools. The College has received a $1.19 million National Science Foundation grant through the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program.