Monday Morning Update

September 23, 2019


DEDICATION CEREMONYOn Thursday, 400 members of the Stonehill community gathered to dedicate our new School of Business building, named for trustee and alumnus Leo Meehan, President & CEO of W. B. Mason. The event involved a ribbon-cutting, a blessing by President John Denning, C.S.C., student-guided tours of the new building, and music by The Buzz, a rock band comprised of five alums. Take a look 
 
BUSINESS ETHICS“Schools like Stonehill have ethics and moral reasoning built into their curricular DNA. Business ethics has long been a staple of business education at the College. The humanities core flows outwards to our business and pre-professional pursuits.” -Deans Debra Salvucci and Peter Ubertaccio writing in the Boston Business Journal about why corporate culture needs to consider not just shareholder returns but also community impact. Read their essay 
 
TEN TEDx TIPS: TEDxStonehillCollege will bring a diverse array of speakers to Stonehill on Saturday, October 26 to discuss The Challenge of Change. Thanks to the Office of Graduate Admission, which is hosting the event, we have a breakdown of the top ten things you need to know before TEDx makes it's way to the Hill. Get the details and purchase your ticket 
 
NEW TRUSTEESWe are pleased to introduce three new Stonehill trustees—Br. Thomas Giumenta, C.S.C., an educator at the our sister school, the University of Portland; J. Keith Motley, former Chancellor Emeritus at UMass, Boston and a Stonehill honorary degree recipient; and Rev. Peter McCormick, C.S.C., Director of Campus Ministry at the University of Notre Dame. Meet the new trustees.  
 
MEEHAN MEMENTOGuests at the dedication of the Meehan School of Business building received these branded 24 oz insulated, double-wall tumblers, which are perfect for keeping hot drinks hot and cold drinks cold. First come, first served, we have 20 to share with readers. Email us for yours 

THIS WEEK ON THE HILL 

FACULTY RESEARCH FORUM: MARGARET PIERCE 
Associate Professor of Education Margaret Pierce will be discussing her research on characterizing the ilteracy difficulties of children with developmental dyspraxia. 
Tue., Sep. 24 | 2:30-4:30 PM | MacPháidín Library  

PANEL: OPIOID EPIDEMIC: CREATING AWARENESS 
Moderated by Professor Ann Marie Rocheleau and featuring Joanne Peterson, Beth McLaughlin, and Jodi Colella, this panel will be an introduction to the human impact of opioids on the families of opioid users and will proivde an overview of the Human Impact Exhibit at the Fuller Craft Museum. 
Tue., Sep. 24 | 7-8:30 PM | Martin Institute Auditorium  

5TH ANNUAL LATINX FESTIVAL 
Come take part in this great cultural event to celebrate Latin American and Hispanic culture with your fellow Stonehill peers. Enjoy a festival full of great music, great food, and prizes! 
Fri., Sep. 27 | 7-9 PM | Martin Institute Auditorium 

SPORTS ON CAMPUS THIS WEEK 
9/25: W. Tennis v. AIC 
9/26: W. Volleyball v. AIC 
9/28: Field Hockey v. Pace; W. Soccer v. AIC 
9/29: W. Tennis v. Adelphi 
 Click here for a schedule that includes all sports