Join us for our Graduate & Professional Studies Open House on Saturday, April 29! This event will provide a high-level introduction to our master's degree programs and certificate programs.

Our Open House invites prospective graduate and certificate students to meet our program directors, ask questions about the admission process, speak with current students and alumni, take a tour of campus, and sit-in on a sample graduate class, among other events. Register now and stop by the Meehan School of Business Great Room between 8:30 a.m. and noon to learn more about the exciting opportunities that await you as a graduate student at Stonehill. 

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Sample Agenda

Time Event Location
8:30–9:30 a.m. Welcome & Check In Meehan Great Room
Coffee and Continental Breakfast Meehan Great Room
9–9:30 a.m. Student- and Alumni-led Tours of Campus Depart from Meehan
9:30–10:30 a.m. Graduate Teacher Education Class Visits
EDU 631 Curricular Innovations & Assistive Technology
EDU 650 Diversity, Disproportionality, and Discipline

Meehan 216
Meehan 219
Data Analytics Class Visit
Customer Data Mining Case Study: How can you predict your customers’ behavior using their data?
Meehan 213
Marketing Class Visit
Reframing Techniques for More Creative Marketing Outcomes
Meehan 111
Photonics Class Visit
Introduction to Photonics
Meehan 221
Admission & Director Table Talk Meehan Great Room
10:30–11:20 a.m. Fireside Program Chats and small group discussions with program directors, current students and alumni Meehan Great Room
11:30 a.m.–12 p.m. Graduate & Professional Studies at Stonehill Overview featuring program directors and the vice president for academic affairs Meehan 103
12 p.m. Photonics Lab Visit & Tour Off Campus

We hope to see you there!

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Meet the Program Directors

Michael Salé

data analytics program director
Michael Salé, DPS, brings vast experience in information technology management/consulting and multiple successes in helping organizations leverage IT systems to meet their strategic goals. His main teaching areas include data analytics, business intelligence, project management and software engineering.

Rebekah Louis

co-director of graduate teacher education
Rebekah Louis, Ed.D., has taught in higher education for nearly a decade, drawing upon her many years of experience as a teacher in the public schools. Her research focuses on the clinical experience aspect of teacher preparation, including investigating how technology use in clinical preparation impacts teacher candidates’ experiences and the impact of placement factors on teacher candidates’ clinical experiences.

Elizabeth Stringer Keefe

co-director of graduate teacher education
Elizabeth Stringer Keefe, Ph.D., has held faculty appointments in higher education for 20 years and served as a public school teacher prior to her work in teacher preparation. Her research includes several current projects aimed at advancing the field of teacher education/preparation, particularly identifying innovations and new understandings about teacher preparation for diverse student groups and educational contexts.

Eddie Rhee

Marketing Program Director
Eddie Rhee, Ph.D., is Stonehill’s Marketing Department chair and IMC program director. He also works with local businesses on their retail and social media strategies, including McMenamy’s Seafood, Elvera’s Café and W.B. Mason. His expertise in customer communication and relationship strategies has been published in several key marketing journals.

Cheryl Schnitzer

Photonics Certificate Program Director
Cheryl Schnitzer, Ph.D., has a background in lasers and spectroscopy. Professor Schnitzer and Professor Ruby (Guiru) Gu oversee an active femtosecond laser research group and are among the leaders in Massachusetts in the up-and-coming field called integrated photonics. Professor Schnitzer was honored to be an invited speaker for TEDxStonehillCollege, “We Are in a Photonics Revolution.”

Alexandra Caine

graduate recruitment & enrollment coordinator
Alexandra Caine coordinates graduate recruitment and enrollment for Stonehill's Office of Graduate Studies. She is an excellent resource for prospective students looking to learn more about our program offerings, application requirements and deadlines, and funding your graduate education.

Peter Ubertaccio

Vice President for Academic Affairs & Provost (Interim)
Peter Ubertaccio, Ph.D., oversees Stonehill's academic programming and administration. He previously spent nearly two decades working at Stonehill before serving as Vice President of Academic Affairs at Caldwell University. An expert on American political development, political parties and institutions, he is also a frequent analyst and commentator on Massachusetts and national government and politics.

Contact us with any questions

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The Office of Graduate Studies assists students as they explore graduate and professional opportunities offered at Stonehill College.