Educational Institution – Woonsocket High http://woonsockethigh.org/ Thu, 21 Apr 2022 22:56:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://woonsockethigh.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/woonsocket-high-icon-150x150.png Educational Institution – Woonsocket High http://woonsockethigh.org/ 32 32 Former NACAS CEO Kelsey Harmon Finn Joins Compass Group to Develop Strategic Partnerships in Higher Education https://woonsockethigh.org/former-nacas-ceo-kelsey-harmon-finn-joins-compass-group-to-develop-strategic-partnerships-in-higher-education/ Thu, 21 Apr 2022 22:40:00 +0000 https://woonsockethigh.org/former-nacas-ceo-kelsey-harmon-finn-joins-compass-group-to-develop-strategic-partnerships-in-higher-education/

“Kelsey is widely regarded as an expert in the higher education industry and we couldn’t be more thrilled to welcome her to the team,” said Lisa McEuenCEO of Chartwells Higher Ed. “We look forward to seeing her vision come to life as she works to create spaces and services for students that lead to individual success and contribute to the financial health of the institution.

Prior to joining the company, Finn worked alongside Compass for years as a client and partner. Going forward, in her new role, she will focus on developing strong strategic relationships that support priorities within the higher education sector. Finn will work closely with Compass’ operations and sales teams and customer partners to leverage resources and provide the best possible service and dining and facilities experience for students.

Most recently, Finn was vice president and general manager of Michigan Sports Properties as part of LEARFIELD. Prior to that, she was CEO of NACAS. During her five years there, she grew the association in terms of membership, business partner engagement, programs and services, and worked closely with campus professionals, hundreds of trading partners and other industry associations. Finn has also held leadership positions at University of California, Berkeley, University of Nevada Las Vegas, Illinois State Universityand DuPage College.

“I am delighted that my journey has led me to Compass, where I can focus on the higher education market. This role is an incredible opportunity to bring together my past experiences and prioritize what excites me – which has an impact on student success,” says Finn. “More than ever, higher education and business need each other. The traditions of education combined with business innovation can create great opportunities for future generations.”

Finn received his Bachelor of Parks and Recreation and his Masters of Education from Illinois State University. She was the first woman to hold many leadership positions which she held throughout her career.

About Compass Group
Compass Group is redefining the restoration and support services landscape with innovation and passion through the lens of the future. Serving leading healthcare systems, respected educational institutions, world-renowned cultural centers, popular sports and entertainment venues, and Fortune 500 organizations around the world, Compass Group always finds a way to deliver excellence in almost all verticals. Whether it’s serving school lunches students love, premium stadium concessions, or innovative, nutritionally balanced meals for seniors, Compass is an industry leader. Ranked #1 by industry peers on Fortune’s 2021 list of the World’s Most Admired Companies, Compass also earned a spot on Forbes’ list of Top Diversity Employers, Top Employers for New Grads and Best Employers for Women in 2021. Compass Group is among Fortune’s 50 Best Companies Changing the World.

About Chartwells Higher Education Restoration Services
Chartwells is the recognized leader in contract food service management, hospitality and award-winning customer service in more than 300 college and university dining environments at academic institutions across the United States. Chartwells nutritious cuisine not only satisfies the unique appetites, lifestyles and dietary needs of every guest dining on campus, but it also brings people together to promote the high-intensity relationships that will prepare students for the future. For more information, visit www.ChartwellsHigherEd.com, www.ChartwellsMonthly.com, www.DineonCampus.com.

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SOURCE Chartwells Higher Education

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Texas A&M University Earns Federal Designation as a Hispanic-Serving Institution https://woonsockethigh.org/texas-am-university-earns-federal-designation-as-a-hispanic-serving-institution/ Fri, 11 Mar 2022 22:19:55 +0000 https://woonsockethigh.org/texas-am-university-earns-federal-designation-as-a-hispanic-serving-institution/

Texas A&M-College Station is the fourth federally designated HSI in the Texas A&M University System

Texas A&M University has been designated an eligible institution by the United States Department of Education to be a Hispanic-serving institution (HSI).

The federal HSI designation allows schools to access additional funds to improve enrollment and graduation rates among Hispanic students. Financing of the Title V program offers rewards for facilities, faculty, services to improve recruitment efforts, improved course offerings, and educational resources.

To receive official federal status under Title III and or Title V of the Higher Education Opportunities Act 2008 (HE HAS), colleges and universities need regional accreditation, and for HSI designation, at least 25% of an institution’s undergraduate enrollment must be Hispanic.

In November 2021, Texas A&M was recognized as an HSI by the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU), which represents more than 500 institutions in the United States, Latin America, Spain, and school districts across the United States . HACU defines an HSI as “Colleges, universities, or systems/districts where total Hispanic enrollment represents at least 25% of total enrollment, including full-time and part-time students, whether at the undergraduate level undergraduate or graduate of the institution, or both.”

“I am thrilled that HACU and the Department of Education have declared Texas A&M University a Hispanic-serving institution,” said Tim Scott, acting provost and executive vice president. “It shows how seriously we take our land-grant mission to serve all citizens of this great state.”

Annie McGowan, acting vice president of Texas A&M and associate provost for diversity, said, “Texas A&M’s official designation as a Hispanic-serving facility by the Department of Education is a positive representation of the progress of the university toward fulfilling our land-grant mission to equitably serve the State of Texas. Additionally, the designation aligns with the university’s strategic goal to enhance the educational experiences and academic success of our students, especially those from underserved populations. We welcome the opportunity to expand our scholarship and outreach activities to further distinguish Texas A&M as a world-class institution.

McGowan said she plans to hire a team of staff and faculty to support and advance Texas A&M’s commitment to fulfilling the responsibilities of obtaining and maintaining federal HSI status.

Texas A&M-College Station is the fourth federally designated HSI in the Texas A&M University System, joining Texas A&M International University, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, and Texas A&M University-Kingsville.

According to Ministry of Education 2021 eligibility matrix for Title III and Title V programs, Texas A&M is the only school in the Southeastern Conference (SEC) to achieve federal HSI status and one of only five institutions in the Association of American Universities (AAU), joining the University of Arizona, University of California – Santa Cruz, University of California – Irvine and University of California – Santa Barbara.

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Flannagan Memorial Fellowship supports doctoral research in psychology | UTSA today | UTSA https://woonsockethigh.org/flannagan-memorial-fellowship-supports-doctoral-research-in-psychology-utsa-today-utsa/ Tue, 15 Feb 2022 10:37:01 +0000 https://woonsockethigh.org/flannagan-memorial-fellowship-supports-doctoral-research-in-psychology-utsa-today-utsa/

This year’s scholarship commemorates the 10th anniversary of the university’s doctorate. program in psychology, officially established in January 2012. Since the first cohort of students enrolled in the fall of 2012, 33 students have obtained their doctorate.

The Flannagan Memorial Scholarship is a competitive scholarship. It is unique because it is administered by the Graduate School instead of being a grant from an individual university college.

The scholarship honors Dorothee Flannaganwho served as Vice Provost and Dean of the Graduate School before retiring in 2014. Flannagan joined the university as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology in 1990. She later served as Associate Dean of the UTSA College of Liberal and Fine Artsbefore taking over the management of The Graduate School in 2001.

A developmental psychologist, Flannagan was instrumental in gaining approval for many graduate programs, including the Ph.D. program in his home department, which is now housed in the College for Health, Community and Politics. She also served as a liaison between UTSA and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.

Flannagan died on July 8, 2015.

Among the projects this year’s fellowship will support is Hart’s study of the perceived institutional betrayal experienced by female military survivors of sexual trauma. Her research will be key to understanding how certain contexts of sexual trauma and the experience of disclosure may play a role in female veterans’ feelings of institutional betrayal.

“I want to explore whether these feelings of betrayal influence their future help-seeking behaviors, or even potentially exacerbate the many adverse health effects often associated with military sexual trauma,” Hart explained. “Receiving this scholarship will allow me to compensate military survivors of sexual trauma who voluntarily take their time to contribute to my research. I see the compensation of these veterans as a way of saying “thank you” not only for their participation in this study, but also for their contribution to the field, especially when such contribution requires discussing subjects which are generally very difficult. to address. »

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UTSA wins are San Antonio wins | UTSA today | UTSA https://woonsockethigh.org/utsa-wins-are-san-antonio-wins-utsa-today-utsa/ Mon, 27 Dec 2021 10:40:38 +0000 https://woonsockethigh.org/utsa-wins-are-san-antonio-wins-utsa-today-utsa/

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Their joy was also a reminder of the driving motivation of the team. UTSA running back Sincerely McCormick said it best: “It’s for San Antonio.”

The tremendous support of our city has been integral to our success. From the very beginning of our football program, dedicated fans have been there for us. They have created an enthusiastic orange sea in our home games and on the road, especially this season. They applauded with pride not only for our team but for San Antonio.

Since becoming president of UTSA in 2016, Taylor Eighty strongly believes that UTSA Athletics is the front door of the university.

As a nationally recognized Division I track and field program in San Antonio, UTSA Athletics is dedicated to transforming lives, firmly upholding the belief that students who excel in sport, in the classroom and in life are all essential to the university’s work to become an institution of excellence.

Each student-athlete achievement shines a little more spotlight on UTSA and San Antonio.

Every mention of UTSA’s athletic success is an opportunity to show the university’s position as a center of academic excellence and how the university benefits, impacts and uplifts San Antonio.

While celebrating the success of our student-athletes, we also celebrate the success of our academic and research excellence.

Just last week, we were named an R1 Research Institution by the Carnegie Classification of Higher Education Institutions, becoming one of 20 R1 universities nationwide that are also Hispanic Service Institutions (HSI). The designation will be formalized next month. This recognition is the culmination of our community’s decades-long quest to build a level one institution in San Antonio.

UTSA is also the only HSI to hold three National Center of Excellence designations from the National Security Agency and the United States Department of Homeland Security.

The new School of Data Science that will open this summer will build on these designations, expanding the academic capabilities of the university and further strengthening San Antonio’s global position as a technology hub with a well-trained and trained workforce. diverse.

Like academics and research, UTSA Athletics is growing. Our intercollegiate athletics department recently launched Bold Champions, a landmark $ 70 million fundraising campaign. To date, our generous donors have already committed close to $ 30.5 million.

This investment in the continued success of our athletic program will fund transformative projects, including a training pavilion at the newly opened Roadrunner Athletics Center of Excellence, a sports complex at Park West Field Campus and a new basketball training center. -ball and volleyball.

Along with our philanthropic initiatives, we are working closely with the City of San Antonio and the County of Bexar to help build these facilities.

The campaign will also provide a direct scholarship to student-athletes, enabling them to compete at the highest level both on the field and in the classroom.

In their pursuit of excellence, UTSA graduates join a workforce of educators, scientists, cybersecurity experts and more, all contributing to San Antonio’s continued economic prosperity. UTSA and San Antonio are inextricably linked.

We are honored to share with you the success of our student-athletes, our 34,000 students and our 140,000-strong alumni network.

We are the University of Texas at San Antonio.

Most importantly, we are the University of Texas for San Antonio.

On behalf of UTSA, our Athletics family and Roadrunners Football, thank you for your incredible support.

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Coronavirus updates for May 25 https://woonsockethigh.org/coronavirus-updates-for-may-25/ https://woonsockethigh.org/coronavirus-updates-for-may-25/#respond Tue, 25 May 2021 09:04:06 +0000 https://woonsockethigh.org/coronavirus-updates-for-may-25/
INDIANAPOLIS – There have been several developments in the coronavirus pandemic that you may have missed overnight.

Here is an overview:

Prohibition of the vaccine passport. Indiana’s ban on government-issued COVID-19 vaccine passports questions whether it applies to state universities.

Language in HEA 1405 passed in the last moments of the session and didn’t have much discussion.

Under the new law, the state of Indiana and local government units cannot create or require an immunization card or passport.

“A local unit is a town or city or county,” said Ross Silverman, professor of health policy at Indiana University’s School of Public Health at Fairbanks.

So, can a public educational institution like Indiana University a government unit? Silverman maintains that the law says no.

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“Under Indiana law, Indiana University is defined as a public educational institution. This is its formal terminology. It is not considered a state agency, it is not considered a local government, ”explained Silverman.

Hoosier death rate slowing. For the first time in more than a month, the Indiana State Department of Health reported no new COVID-19-related deaths on Sunday.

The last time no deaths were reported was on April 4, but five deaths have subsequently been traced to that day.

Experts say we are not out of the woods yet.

“Opening everything by July 4 is probably unrealistic, but by July 4 we could open up a good chunk of the economy and interior spaces for individuals, especially those who have been vaccinated,” said Dr Brian Dixon, Director of IT at Regenstrief Institut.

Indiana is lagging behind other states in the number of vaccinations, and national rates of confirmed cases and deaths are declining at a faster rate than in Hoosier state.

70% vaccination rate in some states. As the number of Americans vaccinated continues to grow, cases of COVID-19 are declining, leaving officials optimistic that efforts to slow the spread are working.

Nine U.S. states have given at least one vaccine to 70% of adult residents, according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. These states are Vermont, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New Mexico, Connecticut, Maine, New Jersey, and Rhode Island.

Earlier this month, President Biden announced a July 4 target of 70% of American adults receive at least one blow.

States still below the 50% threshold include Idaho, Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee, Georgia, West Virginia, Louisiana, Wyoming, Alabama and Arkansas.

No mask for young New Yorkers. In a joint statement released Monday by New York State and the Department of Health, guidelines were revised for child care programs saying young children no longer have to wear masks.

It comes after hundreds of parents were ready to sue the state for the revised rule.

The statement says that while masks for children ages 2-5 are encouraged, they are not mandatory.

Read the statement below:

We thank the providers who have worked so hard since the start of the pandemic to remain open to serve the families of those who could not stay at home and we recognize their valiant efforts to serve the working families who need the services of quality guard, reliable and safe.

The two agencies understand how difficult it is to force younger children to wear masks and have jointly agreed to revise guidelines allowing child care providers to continue the practices and protocols that have been in place since the start of the process. pandemic by encouraging, without requiring, children aged 2 to 5 years to wear masks, effective immediately.

The safety of children in child care programs is of utmost importance. As more families return to work, New York State is investing federal funds in stabilizing the industry and expanding child care programs statewide, particularly in underserved areas.

We strongly encourage any childcare staff who have not been vaccinated to do so as soon as possible …

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