• Spring Athletics Spotlight: Softball & Baseball

    The season is in full swing this spring for the softball and baseball teams. We spoke to Alex Marie ’23, utility player for the softball team, Madison Mayo ’24, outfielder for the softball team, Gianna Bencivengo ’23, captain and first base for the softball team and Brian Dovidio ’23, second baseman for the baseball team, to learn more about their experiences on the team and as student-athletes.

  • Dean Leadership Institute Welcomes Melissa Smith

    Dean Leadership Institute wrapped up the Spring 2022 Leadership in Action series by welcoming Melissa Smith, Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer at Floor & Decor, a Fortune 1000 retailer that specializes in hard surface flooring. Read on to learn more.

  • Now Playing: How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

    Big business meets big laughs in the School of the Arts production of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying! The show opens tonight and runs through Sunday, April 3. Read on to hear from Avery Sullivan ’25, Patrick McKinney ’24, Olivia Amaral ’22 and Shaina Dunn ’22 who shared more about the show and their experiences getting ready for opening night.

  • Spring Athletics Spotlight: Men’s Volleyball

    Bulldogs are family, on and off the court. We caught up with middle/blocker hitter and outside hitter Christian Sayue ’24, middle and outside hitter Corey Jackson ’25, and outside hitter/libero Joey Medeiros ’25, to learn more about their experiences on the men’s volleyball team.

  • Boomer ‘Chatbot’ Helps Improve Student Support and Success

    When students have questions or concerns, there are plenty of faculty, staff and fellow peers on campus ready to help. At Dean, students also have another resource – a chatbot that engages students and connects them to campus resources and support via text messaging.

  • Bringing Students Together Through the Power of Music

    Music is for everyone, no matter your level of experience. On Thursday, March 17, 2022, students, faculty and staff wrote a song together with the Same Thing Project. A songwriting workshop for people from all walks of life, the Same Thing Project provides a place for individuals to be part of a creative community that is open, nonjudgmental and encouraging.