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18th Annual Dean College President’s Cup Golf Tournament to benefit the Dean College Scholarship Fund Monday, September 15, 2014 Franklin Country Club Details of event coming early summer.
Franklin, MA (February 24, 2014) –
The Dean College Women’s Basketball team will host the National Junior College
Athletic Association’s Region XXI Division II Tournament this weekend, February
28-March 1, at Pieri Gymnasium, 60 School Street, Franklin.
second seed of the tournament with a current record of 14-5, earned the right
to host the tournament by defeating Region XXI rival, the Community College of
Rhode Island in both contests this past winter. The Bulldogs face the number
three seed, Orange County Community College of Middletown, New York, in the
second semi-final on Saturday, with a game time of 2:00 p.m. The top seed, Monroe College (21-8) of New
Rochelle, New York, will play in the first semi of the day at 12 noon against
the Community College of Rhode Island (7-17), the number four seed. The two winners on Saturday will meet in the
championship game on Sunday at 1:00 p.m.
teams that meet in the championship game will both advance to the District
Tournament on March 7-8, held in Region 19 (New Jersey). The District Champion would then advance to
the NJCAA National Tournament, held at Johnson County Community College in
Overland Park, Kansas, on March 17-21.
Region XXI Tournament @ Dean College, Franklin, MA
February 28, 2015
12:00 pm Monroe College (21-8) vs Community College of Rhode Island
2:00 pm Dean College (16-8) vs Orange County CC (27-2)
March 1, 2015
1:00 pm Championship
Additionally, the Dean College Men's Basketball team will compete for the Region XXI Crown on Sunday, March 1, 2015 against the Community College of Rhode Island. Game time and site is TBD. Click here for the most up-to-date information.
For more information on Dean
College basketball, visit www.dean.edu.
Dean College hosts Saturday with Dean events to familiarize students with
Come to Dean College on Saturday, February 28, 2015 for Saturday with Dean,
which is an information session and tour of campus designed to help students
better understand the Dean Difference.
The information session begins at 10:00am and is followed by a tour of
campus, allowing you plenty of time to enjoy the rest of your Saturday.
Representatives from the Office of Admissions staff will be on hand to answer
all of your questions.
Dean College is hosting a special event for prospective women athletes on
February 24, 2015.
Come to campus to learn more about athletic opportunities for women at Dean.
Hear from current student-athletes and coaches and learn how lady Bulldogs
navigate the NJCAA eligibility and recruitment process, and how they balance
academics with being a student-athlete on campus.
The schedule is as follows:
4pm: Information session and Q&A
5pm: Dinner in the Smith Dining Center
6pm: Men's Basketball game
8pm: Women's Basketball game and student-athlete awards night
attend this exciting event!
MA (February 23, 2015) – Dean College has completed a major energy efficiency
project as one of the founding colleges participating in the Mass College Green
initiative. The project is expected to deliver
more than $691,000 in lifetime energy savings and features energy efficiency
measures, campus engagement and sustainability components.
“The project is reducing energy costs in our
Campus Center, the Science Center and in five residence halls,” said Dr. Paula
M. Rooney, the President of Dean College. “The innovative financing approach
provided by Mass College Green is helping us reach our sustainability goals by
providing a solid investment towards our future.”
The College collaborated on the project
with GreenerU, a company that implemented the controls and lighting upgrades to
the Campus Center, AW Peirce Technology and Science Center, and Adams, Bourret,
Ewen, Jones, and Wallace Halls. A range of energy conservation measures were
completed, including mechanical and lighting measures that are aimed at
improving energy efficiency across a variety of building types. In addition,
behavioral measures have been conducted to engage building occupants, create a
sense of shared achievement, and enhance campus-wide sustainable behavior,
including the development of “Living Green at Dean: It’s What Bulldogs Do.”
“Energy efficiency and sustainability projects
colleges help our colleges keep higher education affordable for our students,”
said Richard Doherty, President of the Association of Independent Colleges and
Universities in Massachusetts (AICUM). “This initiative integrates what the
Dean faculty teaches and what students and staff care deeply about—a smarter,
more environmentally sustainable campus.”
“Recently, GreenerU has been giving
special focus to science centers and dorms as high energy buildings whose
energy impact greatly relies on the interaction with building occupants,” said
David Adamian, VP of Operations and Engineering at GreenerU. “By addressing
energy usage in these buildings, Dean College will see reductions in total
campus energy usage.”
The Mass College Green initiative is
developed through a partnership with the Association of Independent Colleges
and Universities in Massachusetts (AICUM), MassDevelopment and GreenerU. It is
designed to reduce typical barriers to implementation such as lack of funding,
limited staffing time and resources, and deferred maintenance. Hampshire
College, Lesley University, Nichols College, and Mount Holyoke are other
colleges currently participating in the program.
Founded in 1865, Dean College is a
private, residential college located in Franklin Massachusetts, 45 minutes from
Boston, Massachusetts, and Providence, Rhode Island. Dean College offers nine
baccalaureate degrees in Arts and Entertainment Management; Business; Dance;
English; History; Liberal Arts and Studies, Psychology; Sociology; and Theatre.
Dean also offers 17 associate degree programs as well as a robust schedule of
part-time continuing and professional education credit and certificate programs
throughout the calendar year. For more information, visit www.dean.edu.
the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities in Massachusetts
Established in 1967, AICUM is the leading
voice on public policy matters affecting independent colleges and universities
in the Commonwealth. Comprising 60 degree granting, accredited, private, and
non-profit colleges and universities, AICUM works closely with member
institutions to preserve and strengthen higher education and to promote
awareness of the significant contributions by colleges and universities to the
cultural, economic, and knowledge-based reputation of the state. For more
information please visit www.aicum.org.
the state’s finance and development agency, works with businesses, nonprofits,
financial institutions, and communities to stimulate economic growth across the
Commonwealth. During FY2013, MassDevelopment financed or managed 350 projects
generating investment of more than $2.4 billion in the Massachusetts economy.
These projects are projected to create more than 7,000 jobs and build or
rehabilitate 800 residential units. For more information please visit www.massdevelopment.com.
Founded in 2009, GreenerU is a leading
provider of energy solutions and services to the higher education marketplace.
Through its core technical capabilities and its unique, integrated behavioral
change management approach, GreenerU helps colleges and universities save
energy, update infrastructure, reduce deferred maintenance, and engage
stakeholders to help institutions meet their sustainability goals. Using a
best-in-class integrated offering approach to serve the specialized needs of
its higher education clients, the Company delivers lasting, high-value
solutions to a client base with complex challenges and significant needs. Learn
more at www.GreenerU.com.
Dean College Performing Arts Auditions will take place this Saturday, February 21, 2015 at 9:00 a.m. in the campus center.
Students applying to degree programs in Dance or Theatre are required to complete an on campus audition. Prospective students must complete their application for admission before they participate in their audition. Students who are not accepted to a performing arts program based on their audition may be admitted to the college in another major and have the opportunity to re-audition during their freshman or sophomore year.
Registration is now closed. The next audition will take place on March 22, 2015. Click here for more information and to register.
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