School of Professional & Continuing Studies

SPCS Student Week

SPCS Student Week, October 28–November 6

We’re celebrating SPCS students! Start the week by joining a Listening Session on Naming Principles for SPCS Students & Alumni on October 28, and end the week by joining the SPCS Homecoming Celebration in the Red Zone on November 6.

The celebration includes shout-outs, encouragement, snacks and more to honor the resilience and accomplishments of our students.

Student Week Details
COVID-19 Information & Updates

We continue to update SPCS-specific guidance related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The University is now operating in the Lime stage of our Physical Distancing Framework, with masks required in all campus buildings.

Upcoming Events

Latest Staff & Faculty Updates

Linda Fisher Thornton
Thornton to Headline Ethics Forum

Linda Fisher Thornton, SPCS adjunct associate professor of HR management and CEO of Leading in Context, LLC, will headline the Ethics in Governance Forum on November 16 through the Center for Ethics in Society at St. Anselm College. The title of her talk is “7 Ethical Lenses: Through the Kaleidoscope.” The remote event is free and open to the public.

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Ann C. Hodges
Hodges a Featured Labor Expert on WalletHub

Ann C. Hodges, professor of law emerita and chair of paralegal studies, is a featured labor expert in WalletHub’s 2021 Labor Day Facts – Travel, Money & More. Hodges responds to 5 questions about the Labor Day holiday and labor conditions in the U.S. She addresses threats facing workers, impacts of the gig economy, federal and state policy and legislation recommendations, and tips for Labor Day getaways.

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Erik Nielson
Nielson earns University Distinguished Scholarship Award

Erik Nielson, assistant chair and professor of liberal arts, was named a 2021 recipient of the University’s Distinguished Scholarship Award at the annual Colloquy celebration held August 18.

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Laura M. Kuti
Kuti Earns University Distinguished Educator Award

Laura Kuti, assistant chair of teacher education and assistant professor of education, was named a 2021 recipient of the University’s Distinguished Educator Award at the annual Colloquy celebration held August 18.

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