From the Hill The Publication for Alumni of Albertus Magnus College S U M M E R
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President’s Letter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 A VISIONARY LEADER
Dr. Julia M. McNamara receives the Dominican Blessing at the Liturgy of Thanksgiving on May 14. From left: Sr. Anne Kilbride, O.P., Rev. Jeffrey Von Arx, S.J., and Rev. Timothy Meehan. See page 4 for more about Célébration Extraordinaire.
Dr. Julia M. McNamara, the College’s Longest Serving President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 CÉLÉBRATION EXTRAORDINAIRE
A Grand Gathering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 COMMENCEMENT 2016
A Shining Day for Graduates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 AROUND CAMPUS
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News of Reunion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 News on Campus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Class Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Joseph R. Crespo, left, former chair of the College’s Board of Trustees and 2016 honorary degree recipient, shares a moment with Bishop Theodore L. Brooks, pastor of Beulah Heights Pentecostal Church in New Haven, who received an honorary degree in 2003. See more about Commencement on page 7.
The College’s 93rd Commencement took place May 22. See page 7 for more photos.
Cover: Dr. Julia M. McNamara presides over this year’s Commencement exercises. Photo: Judy Sirota Rosenthal
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The Class of 1966 celebrated its 50th Reunion this year. Read more about Reunion on page 8.
A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT
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“I thank you all for your commitment and loyalty to Albertus; it has been an honor and privilege to serve.”
Dear Alumni and Friends, It is with deep gratitude for your support over these many years that I write my last letter in From the Hill to you. Your steadfast belief and faith in our mission and purposes, your kind notes and letters, your generous philanthropy and your joy in the accomplishments of our students—this has sustained me in the years of my presidency. I thank you all for your commitment and loyalty to Albertus; it has been an honor and privilege to serve. The College’s mission, which is to provide men and women with an education that promotes the search for truth in all its dimensions and is practical in its application, is carried out each and every day here on the main campus in New Haven and at our East Hartford location. As a Catholic College in the Dominican Tradition, we have built upon a solid foundation, adapting to 21st century needs and challenges. The Dominican motto, contemplata aliis tradere, to give to others the fruits of one’s contemplation, inspires us.
I am very pleased that Sister Anne Kilbride, O.P., has agreed to serve as interim president, an appointment that took effect July 1, the day following my retirement. Sister Anne is no stranger to Albertus or to New Haven. She grew up here, graduated from St. Mary’s High School and Southern Connecticut State University, and, later, earned master’s degrees from the University of Notre Dame and Boston College. Sister Anne served for nearly 25 years as a member of Albertus’s Board of Trustees. In 2009, the College conferred upon her the degree of Doctor of Humane Letters honoris causa for her many years of faithful service and dedication to the Dominican Sisters and to Albertus. Sister Anne served seven years as prioress of the Dominican Sisters of St. Mary of the Springs, now known as the Dominican Sisters of Peace. From August 2011 to June 30, 2016, she has served here at Albertus as a special assistant to me for Dominican Mission. Let us all wish Sister Anne well as she carries out the responsibilities of interim president of Albertus Magnus College. Faithfully yours,
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Dr. Julia M. McNamara President Emerita
From left: On May 14, Jeanne Dennison ’78, chair of the Board of Trustees, left, conferred upon Dr. McNamara the honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters; Dr. Sean O’Connell, vice president for academic affairs, was the presenter. Center: Words about Gratitude, written by Mother Stephanie Mohun, O.P., foundress of the College. Right: Dr. McNamara and Sr. Anne Kilbride, O.P., at the Reunion luncheon in June.
The Presidential Search continues. For updates, go to albertus.edu/presidentialsearch. From the Hill
A Visionary Leader For nearly 34 years the name of Julia M. McNamara has been synonymous with Albertus Magnus College. Appointed in 1982, and inaugurated on October 15, 1983, as the College’s 12th president, she would become the College’s longest serving president. A distinguished educator and visionary leader, Dr. McNamara, throughout her presidency, encouraged the College’s Administrative Council and distinguished faculty to think outside the box. Her question was always “Who has a problem that we can help to solve?” That question often linked to another comment, one that emphasized her confidence and belief in what the College could accomplish: “We are a small college with big ideas and the capacity to put them into action.” She has led the College through change, renewal and growth, as well as recovery from a hurricane or two, and a tornado that ripped off the roof of the new Cosgrove, Marcus, Messer Athletic Center, which had been completed just days before. Her service to the College and to the community beyond Rosary Gate is inspiring, as highlights of three decades show.
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he mission of Albertus provides men and women with an education that promotes the search for truth in all its dimensions and is practical in its application. Under Dr. McNamara’s leadership, the College has steadfastly carried out this mission, remaining true to the spirit and traditions of the founding Dominican Sisters. In 1985 the College’s deliberation and conversations with groups of stakeholders, including faculty, administration, alumni and students, led to a unanimous vote by the Board of Trustees to admit men to all programs, moving Albertus into a new era. College enrollment, approximately 500 students at that time, has more than tripled. The College, also in in 1985, extended its outreach to adults who wanted to complete or begin a degree program; this pioneering move formalized an accelerated degree program that had its roots in an early 1970s program for women called “Begin Again.” By 1994 programming for the adult learner expanded once again, adding the innovative New Dimensions business degree program for working adults. Also in 1994, the College awarded its first master’s degree: the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies. Today 10 master’s degrees are offered, including the only master’s program in art therapy in Connecticut. Over the years, and with Board approval, Dr. McNamara signed several articulation agreements with presidents of Connecticut’s community colleges, accepting their qualifying graduates into Albertus’s bachelor’s programs. The current president of the Albertus Alumni Association, a graduate of Gateway Community College, earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Albertus. During Dr. McNamara’s presidency, the College joined the NCAA’s Division III athletics program in 1989. Today Albertus has 13 varsity teams: women’s basketball, lacrosse, soccer, softball, tennis and volleyball; men’s baseball, basketball, golf, lacrosse, soccer, tennis and volleyball. There are two club sports: women’s golf and women’s swimming. The College supports strong athletic programs to enhance campus life, promote student engagement, foster community spirit and help to attract and retain students. Sound planning is essential to any successful enterprise. For many years, “The Plan for Albertus” set forth critical operational success factors. By 2001 the focus was on proactive, strategic planning. The current plan, “Albertus 2020: A Strategic Path for the 21st Century,” is the result of a collaborative effort of the College’s constituencies. In introducing “Albertus 2020” to the Albertus community, Dr. McNamara noted that “Everything the College does enables students to grow as individuals, building not just a career, but a full and meaningful life.” The College landscape has changed during the McNamara years. At the October 1989 dedication ceremony for the Cosgrove, Marcus, Messer Athletic Center, Dr. McNamara said, referring to the tornado that had struck the campus on July 10, 1989, “This has to be a first in anyone’s annals—a brand new building and it’s already been rebuilt and restored.” Noting the loss of trees, she said, “What had been a beautiful park
all of a sudden became a barren wasteland with the loss of hundreds of mature trees.” The College undertook a renovation and beautification initiative, rebuilding the campus with new lawns, plantings and trees. The Mary A. and Louis F. Tagliatela Academic Center opened for classes in 2005, and four years later Aquinas Hall had a facelift with the addition of a new wing and the Josephine Bree Common. The College became free of long-term debt in the late 1990s, and this continues. Other changes during Dr. McNamara’s service were the connection of the campus community and the digital world, the rejuvenation of the science curriculum and reestablishing of the Education Programs department. The College has transformed the interior of Rosary Hall to a 21st century Information Commons, maintaining and preserving the traditional 1906 exterior. The College in 1998 established an East Hartford Learning Center to make education more accessible for evening students. At the main campus in New Haven, students in the traditional undergraduate program now have access to six fiveyear programs leading to master’s degrees. In the Community One of Dr. McNamara’s early goals for her presidency was to increase visibility of the College through her participation in the New Haven community. To say this goal has been achieved is truly an understatement. She was chair of the Yale-New Haven Hospital Board of Trustees from 1992–1998 and today serves as its vice chair; chair of the of the Yale New Haven Health Services Corporation from 2001–2014 and currently vice chair; she was member of the board of New Alliance Bancshares, Inc. (formerly New Haven Savings Bank), and served as lead director from 2004–2011. She also served on the boards of The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven, International Festival of Arts & Ideas, United Way of Greater New Haven and Shubert Theatre, among others. In 1990, she became the first woman to serve on the committee of the Proprietors of the Common and Undivided Lands, which has overseen use of the Green since the founding of New Haven in 1638. She also serves on the boards of the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities and the NewAlliance Foundation. Honors Dr. McNamara has received numerous awards over the years. Since 2000 she has been honored, for example, with the Wilbur L. Cross Medal of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Yale University and the Spirit of Hope Award of Junior Achievement of Southwest New England; and by Sacred Heart Academy, Boy Scouts of America, Lauralton Hall, New Haven Symphony Orchestra and Girl Scouts of Connecticut. In April of this year, the City of New Haven honored Dr. McNamara at its 378th Birthday Celebration. Julia M. McNamara has been a dedicated servant-leader, faithful to the Dominican traditions and spirit of the College. Her commitment to this special place has been steadfast and unwavering. She, indeed, has transformed this small college with big ideas put into action. Albertus Magnus College is ever grateful. From the Hill
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Family and Friends Photos 1–3: Keara Funck, niece of Dr. McNamara, and Ellen McNamara Funck ’65, her sister, join the honoree for a family photo. Rev. Jeffrey Von Arx, S.J., president of Fairfield University, brought greetings from the University. A large crowd filled the St. Albert Atrium and tents in the courtyard for the reception.
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Photos 7–10: John DeStefano, former mayor of New Haven; Drew Days III, 2014 honorary degree recipient and chair of the Committee of the Proprietors of the Common and Undivided Lands in New Haven—the New Haven Green; and Lindy Lee Gold, Connecticut State Department of Economic and Community Development. Members of the Student Alumni Association volunteered as hosts, guides and drivers. Andrew Foster, vice president of student services, and staff members. Guests enjoyed Music and Medleys featuring the Albertus Magnus Chorus directed by Arthur Bellucci.
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Photos 4–6: At the Célébration, the College conferred upon Dr. McNamara the degree of Doctor of Humane Letters honoris causa in recognition of her dedicated service to the College and to the New Haven community. The Honorable Rosa DeLauro, member of the United States House of Representatives, presented Dr. McNamara with a congressional citation on her distinguished career. Dr. Sean O’Connell, vice president for adcademic affairs, third from right, faculty members and friends enjoy the Célébration.
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The 93rd Commencement of Albertus Magnus College took place May 22 in front of the soaring pillars of Rosary Hall. This year’s class included veterans, a mother and daughter and a couple married 30 years who received master’s degrees with honors. Twenty-six undergraduates received their degrees with highest distinction, summa cum laude, 50 magna cum laude and 42 cum laude; 57 master’s candidates received their degrees with honors.
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Honorary Degrees At left. Front row, l–r: Joseph R. Crespo, corporate leader, entrepreneur and former chair of the College’s Board of Trustees; Rev. Monsignor Gerard G. Schmitz, pastor at New Haven’s Church of St. Michael, who has served his congregations and the broader community for many years; Claire L. Criscuolo, chef, restauranteur, environmentalist and national advocate for vegetarian cuisine; Daniel Diaz and David Greco, co-founders, and board chair and executive director, respectively, of Arte, Inc., a not-for-profit organization now in its second decade. Second row: presenters Deborah Frattini ’12 M.F.A., Sr. Mauryeen O’Brien, O.P., Joseph P. Germain Jr. and Rosanne Zudekoff ’60; Bishop Theodore L. Brooks, pastor of the Beulah Heights Pentecostal Church, who offered the charge to the graduates and gave the benediction; President Julia M. McNamara; and Jeanne M. Dennison ’78, chair of the Board of Trustees. From the Hill
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Reunion 2016 was a wonderful occasion to celebrate milestone classes ending in 1 and 6. The Alumni Association proudly inducted the Class of 1966 into the Golden Society and honored two outstanding women for their personal and professional accomplishments: Cindy Carlson ’11, ’15 M.S. Human Services with the Premier Achievement Award and Maria Shea Terrell ’73 as Alumni of the Year (see page 9 for more).
Around Campus Sr. Joan Scanlon, O.P., has joined the College as interim assistant to the President for Dominican Mission for the 2016–2017 academic year. Most recently, she has served on the Leadership Team of the Dominican Sisters of Peace. She holds a Ph.D. (pastoral counseling and psychology) from Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois; M.A. (counseling psychology) from Loyola University, Chicago; and B.A. (English and French) from Siena College, Memphis, Tennessee. Albertus Magnus College will offer two certified programs in Financial Planning and Accounting this fall. Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards Inc. (CFP Board) has approved and registered the Albertus Certified Financial Planner undergraduate program. Part of the College’s Bachelor of Science in Finance degree program, the new offering will be the only CFP Board approved undergraduate program in the state of Connecticut. The new Personal Financial Specialist Concentration within the Master of Science in Accounting program will be sponsored and promoted by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). Albertus will be the first program in the country to offer this course sponsored by AICPA. Dr. Patty Compagnone-Post and her colleagues, Dr. Mark Barreuther, Dr. Mark Case and Dr. Loel Tronsky, have had their S-STEM (ScholarshipScience Technology Engineering Mathematics) grant proposal selected for funding by the National Science Foundation. The award of $649,842 over five years will fund scholarships and capacity-building activities intended to increase the number of students who are prepared to enter the workforce or to pursue graduate studies in the field of biology, chemistry or mathematics. “The Evelyn Garrity Memorial Scholarship Program for Mathematics and Sciences Study” honors the late Dr. Garrity, ’48, a passionate advocate for the advancement of science, who taught at Albertus for several years. After retirement from the State University of New York at Old Westbury, where she taught and later served as dean of instruction, she returned to Albertus to direct the develop ment and renewal of science at the College. In 2005, the College conferred upon Dr. Garrity the degree of Doctor of Humane Letters honoris causa; she died in 2010. Abbe Miller, associate professor of art therapy and director of the Master of Arts in Art Therapy program, and Evie Lindemann, associate professor of art therapy and clinical coordinator of the graduate program, were quoted extensively in the New Haven Register article “Albertus Magnus art therapy program trains to provide creative healing” in March. The Albertus graduate program is the only graduate art therapy program in the state, and one of only 39 in the country. An Albertus team competed in the Literacy Volunteers of Greater New Haven’s Scrabble Challenge in March, taking third place in the corporate/sponsor category. Team members were Barbara Krause, assistant professor of mathematics; Kelly Matera ’12, assistant director of financial aid; Sheridan McNamara ’17; and Grace Convertino, mother of Matera. In April, the College hosted four members of Cambridge University’s Cambridge Union Society for a debate with Albertus students. The Albertus event was the only Connecticut stop on the Cambridge Union Society’s North America tour. Dr. Ross Edwards, assistant professor of political science, was the debate moderator; Albertus students participating were 8 Summer 2016
Daniel Constantinidi ’17, Michael Iannucci-Berger ’18, Shamain McAllister ’18 and Chelcie Roan ’18. The American Art Therapy Association selected Jessica Jane Lynch ’15 Master of Arts in Art Therapy graduate to receive the 2016 Agell Excellence in Student Research Award for her submission “Repetitive Dot Making and Anxiety Reduction.” She is the fifth Albertus recipient of this prestigious national award. Other recipients are Amanda Salzano in 2010, Roxanne Crane in 2011, Sarah Marggraff in 2012 and Sarah Hovick in 2015. Dr. Christine Atkins, associate professor, director of the Honors Program and coordinator of foreign languages, spent part of her spring 2016 sabbatical in Cuba. The purpose of her sabbatical was to experience firsthand the political, social and economic changes that have taken place since her first visit in 1998; to revise her Ph.D. dissertation for publication in either book or article form; and to design and implement a course, Revolutionary Literature and Culture of Cuba, which she will teach at Albertus in the fall. This fall, The University of Arkansas Press is publishing “Serious Daring,” the latest book by Dr. Susan Letzler Cole, professor of English. The book covers the complementary journeys of writer Eudora Welty and photographer Rosamund Purcell, each of whom initially practiced, but then turned from, the art form ultimately pursued by the other. Natalie DeVaull-Robichaud is promoted to associate professor from assistant professor of English and director of writing programs, effective with the 2016–2017 academic year. Angel Duncan, part-time faculty member in the graduate art therapy program, had her article on Alzheimer’s and Glen Campbell, legendary country singer, picked up by The Huffington Post in February. Dr. Howard Fero is promoted to professor from associate professor of management and leadership, and director of graduate leadership programs, effective with the 2016–2017 academic year. Dr. Isaac Hon is promoted to professor from associate professor of biology and chemistry, effective with the 2016–2017 academic year. Bill Howe, a lecturer in the Master of Science in Education program, took part in “The State of Civil Rights” plenary panel at the 10th anniversary Fair Housing and Civil Rights Conference in April in Springfield, Massachusetts. The Hudson Review, a quarterly magazine of literature and the arts, is publishing an essay by Dr. Stephen Joy, professor of psychology and chair of the psychology department. “Goddess or Witch? The Pale Queen’s Rise in Postwar British Literature” appears in the summer issue. Dr. James Patsalides, assistant professor of business management, is promoted to associate professor, effective with the 2016–2017 academic year. James Schafrick has been promoted to assistant vice president for procurement, public safety, contracted services and special projects, from director of purchasing and public safety. He received his bachelor’s degree in 1998 and master’s degree this past May, both from Albertus, where he has been employed for 11 years. Dr. Loel Tronsky, associate professor of psychology and education, is promoted to professor, effective with the 2016–2017 academic year.
CLASS NOTES Alumni photos appearing in Class Notes are submitted unless otherwise noted.
1943 Delia Nicoletti Bellarosa, Walden, NY, reports that her son and his wife have bought the historic 1789 Cornelius Persens stone house, in Saugerties. She will move there when he retires next year.
1949 Faith Augur McCarthy, Northford, CT, and her husband, Bob, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary in April. They have two daughters and their families. She taught for many years at Branford High School and at Albertus. Joan Cunningham Scully moved to Evergreen Woods, independent living with Life Care in North Branford, Connecticut, a year ago. She has welcomed her first great-granddaughter.
1956 Claudette Willig McGinty, Manning, SC, sends word that she is thankful to be healthy and enjoying retirement in that beautiful state. “As our pastor says, ‘God is good—All the Time!’” She completed her Albertus degree in 1990.
1961 Jane Meyer Gill, Brooklyn, NY, sends word that she has four grandchildren, two living close by. Her husband, now a genealogist, had an article about using DNA to solve a family mystery published in American Ancestors magazine. She attends a Maronite Church, pursues astrology, dabbles in quantum physics and its use in healing and surrounds herself with things Egyptian. Elaine Mancini Raviola, Fairfield, CT, reports that her oldest granddaughter will be attending Yale University in September.
1962 Rosemary DiGioia Abbate, Moorestown, NJ, sends word that a play, “Campion’s Will,” written by her husband, Fred, was performed at the Shakespeare Association of America’s annual conference in New Orleans. A second performance took place at Loyola University.
1964 Jean Rondino Zito, DeSoto, TX, and her husband, Bob, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary June 26, 2015. She did not know—until the time of their 50th reunion—that classmate Rose Cianci Sbalcio and her husband, Seb, were married on the same day. They are Facebook friends now and the Zitos have visited the Sbalcios in Connecticut.
2016 Alumni of the Year Awards Presented at Reunion Cindy Carlson, ’11 B.S. in Human Services (with a minor in criminal justice) and ’15 M.S. in Human Services, is this year’s recipient of the Premier Achievement Award, presented to a graduate of the past 10 years who has excelled professionally or within the community, or who has shown extraordinary loyalty and dedication to the College. Since 2010, Cindy Carlson has been project manager for community services at The Umbrella Center for Domestic Violence Services of BHcare, serving its Ansonia, North Haven and New Haven offices. The center provides practical assistance and empowering support for victims of domestic violence, and works to create an environment of individual safety. In her 14 years with the center, she has served in other positions as well: family violence victim advocate, crisis counselor and coordinator of crisis services. A human services professional with proven experience, she is a strong and successful advocate for community collaboration in service delivery. Her leadership style establishes strong performance and growth of participants by recognizing talent, fostering innovation and developing commitment to achieve results. She continues each day to give those affected by violence a voice again. Cindy Carlson received her bachelor’s degree magna cum laude and the Human Services Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement in an undergraduate program; she also was inducted into Alpha Sigma Lambda, the national honor society for adult students.
Maria Shea Terrell,’73 B.A. in Mathematics summa cum laude, is honored for outstanding professional achievement. She earned her Ph.D. in Mathematics from the University of Virginia in 1978. She retired June 30 from Cornell University, where she taught for 30 years, most recently serving as senior lecturer in mathematics and director of teaching assistant programs. During her years at Cornell, she has been principal investigator or co-principal investigator on seven National Science Foundation research grants, ranging from calculus and geometry of rigid structures to undergraduate mathematics education, and totaling more than $2.2 million. She also served as assistant dean of admissions and advising at Cornell’s College of Arts and Sciences. She is the recipient of the Clarence Stevens Distinguished Teaching Award of the Mathematical Association of America; Stephen and Margery Russell Distinguished Teaching Award, Cornell University College of Arts and Science; and Senior Faculty Mathematics Teaching Award, Cornell University. She has been a speaker at many conferences and workshops at, among others, University of Texas, Harvard University, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute at Berkeley and Indiana University. Her latest book, “Multivariable Calculus with Applications,” co-authored with Peter Lax, will be published next year. Maria Terrell’s decision to attend Albertus was due in large part to having a sister, Patricia Shea McGrath ’70, a mathematics major, here at the College. Professors Florence Jacobson and Sidnie Feit were her teachers, mentors and role models, fostering her love of mathematics and a deep appreciation for good teaching. She and her husband, Bob, have three children and five grandchildren.
her to live abroad for several years. She notes that the education she received at Albertus prepared her well for “what is often viewed as a rigorous profession.” She has two stepchildren and four “beautiful pre-teen and teen grandchildren.”
Estelle Belisle, Vienna, VA, is retired from the Organization of American States, but still doing freelance translation work. Her 35-year career as a conference interpreter and translator enabled
Virginia Young Morneau, West Grove, PA, retired as a systems programmer from Mitre Corporation. She and Henry have a daughter and two sons, and eight grandchildren.
1966 Louise Russo Flanagan-Doe, Washington, NC, and her husband, Bob, are enjoying retirement. He has taken up golf and is heavily involved in Rotary; she is on the board of The Brown Library. Their combined family of six children and nine grandchildren is doing well.
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1967 Cecile Cleary Schaffner, Aiken SC, loves learning early music in the Aiken Choral Society. She has fond memories of her years in the Albertus chorus. Lois Venditto Simpson, New Orleans, LA, will retire at the end of September 2016 as executive director of The Advocacy Center of Louisiana, which serves people with disabilities and senior citizens. She has directed the Advocacy Center for almost 39 years. When the Center opened in 1977 it had a staff of five, one small office in New Orleans and a budget of $63,000; today there is a staff of 55, offices throughout the state and a budget approaching $4 million.
1968 Susan Marchitto Ricciardi, North Haven, CT, has retired from New Haven Public Schools after 35 years of teaching. She is a part-time tutor.
1969 Joanne Turbak Hannan, Escondido, CA, was on a humanitarian mission to Kampala, Uganda, from January 2014 to July 2015. In October 2015 she and her husband settled in Escondido to be near four of their six grandchildren. “We are enjoying the West Coast,” she writes.
1970 Kathleen Keenan Hawke has retired and relocated to San Francisco to be closer to her son, Hibbs, and his family; her daughter Lisa and her husband will relocate to San Francisco in the summer; her youngest, Rebecca, continues to work in Manhattan.
1971 Janet Aubin Holland, Hebron, CT, retired in December 2014, and became a certified Wilton Method instructor, turning a long-time hobby into a social and income opportunity. She is now teaching cake decorating at local craft stores, and “loves
Four alumni who were student-athletes during their Albertus years, returned to campus to take part in a Career Conversation Panel for current junior and senior student-athletes. Panel members were Brian Puzycki ’92, a three-year captain of the men’s basket ball team during the first years of the program and member of the Albertus Athletic Hall of Fame, who has worked for more than 20 years in the health care industry; Candace Young ’07, a standout member of the women’s basketball team, now a full-time firefighter in Hartford; Walden St. Juste ’12, sixth on the Falcons all-time basketball scoring list with 1,400 points, and now a behavior intervention specialist; and Jessica Redecki ’14, a four-year member of the women’s soccer team, who teaches fifth grade. During the recent session, student-athletes had the opportunity to ask questions and to have their résumés reviewed by a representative from the career development office. Samantha Milano ’16, alumni office intern, moderated the event, which was sponsored by the College’s athletic department, office of career services, office of alumni relations and the Student Alumni Association. The session is part of a Division III celebration held by the NCAA.
every minute.” She also spends time watching her 15-month-old granddaughter.
1972 Deborah Leavy Homolo, Torrington, CT, has a part-time position teaching Latin I, II and III at Torrington High School. She was a classics major with a minor in mathematics. Her identical twin daughters are mothers now.
1974 Susan Peters Crawford, Santa Fe, NM, sends word that Susan Piccin hosted the annual New Year’s Eve party, this year in Naples, Florida. Also attending were Kathleen Devlin, Mary Duncan, Diane Reitano Heck, Kate Farrell Kurosky, Joyce McDonough, Elizabeth Silvia and Elaine Whipple. The friends have gathered for New Year’s Eve since graduation. Mary Kay Shannon Shanley, Bristol, CT, retired from UnitedHealthcare in April 2015. Her son, James, passed away in September 2013.
1978 Paula Culver Andel, Lawrenceville, GA, has been happily married for 37 years. “Three fabulous kids and 11 grandchildren with #12 due in July. Dave and I are blessed…truly blessed,” she says.
Alumna Earns Woman of the Year Award In May, the East End Women’s Network in Southampton, New York, honored Rosemarie Siefert Dios ’80 with its Woman of the Year Award. The award is given to female business leaders of the East End who show good character and leadership in both their professional life and in the community. For years, Dios dreamed of having her own business, and finally took the big step in 2010, opening Stitch, her custom clothing and alteration shop. In the shop on Saturdays, she spends weekdays at her job as a financial advisor and senior vice president at UBS Financial Services. Dios has been an active community volunteer in Southampton since moving there from New York City in 1981. She has served on the board of directors of Immigration Legal Services of Long Island, which provides assistance and service to immigrants on Long Island at no cost; and, with her husband, John, helped start Have a Heart Community Trust, which assists families and individuals in maintaining their independence. She also volunteers with i-tri, an organization teaching adolescent girls positive body image and self-respect through physical fitness. She holds an M.F.A. degree from Stony Brook University.
1979 Catherine Gell Scherer, Beverly, MA, has joined Beverly Bank as vice president, commercial lending. Most recently, she was vice president, commercial real estate lender at Belmont Savings Bank; in Connecticut she held positions at Webster Capital Finance and at Guilford Savings Bank.
1984 Laurie Giuliano Correll, Fairfield, CT, sends word that she is launching a new career recruitment Web site.
1987 Marjorie Smith Hart and her husband have relocated to Bradenton, FL. She joined the recently restructured Essex International Trading Inc. as company president. The company is an international sporting goods distributor with several exclusive lines based in Bradenton.
1991 Jo-Ann Manzi Messina, New Haven, CT, continues to work as a substitute teacher, and loving it. She has a granddaughter, Lydia, and a second granddaughter on the way in the fall.
1997 Franklin Smith, M.S. Management ’00, Thomasville, NC, wrote his thesis on being an entrepreneur of a financial company. In April 2016 he launched his own company.
2002 Susan Ianniello, Stratford, CT, an agent for New York Life, earned membership in the Million Dollar Round Table for 2015, her third consecutive year. She currently serves on the National Board of Directors for Women in Insurance and Financial Services, and is a member of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors. Wendy Williamson, M.S. Management ’05, M.B.A. ’06, Charlotte, NC, has started her own business, The Williamson Group, a consulting company.
2003 Fred Garrity, M.S. Management ’05, M.B.A. ’07, Trumbull, CT, has declared his candidacy for (continued on page 12)
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Elinor Affinito Ingelido ’38 graduated from Yale University’s School of Nursing with a master’s degree in 1941, and taught nursing there during World War II; she married her late husband, Major General USAF (Retired) Michael J. Ingelido, just one week before the attack on Pearl Harbor March 18, 2016 Colorado Springs, CO Pauline Foisy Porter ’40 earned a master’s degree in education from the College of St. Rose; a former State Republican committee woman, she was the sister of the late Annette Foisy Mooney ’42 and step-sister of the late Marylou Beschel O’Shea ’50; she is survived by her children, grandchildren and great-grandson February 28, 2016 Albany, NY Eileen Reynolds Hickey Etzel ’42 was the sister of Frances Reynolds Slayton ’47 and aunt of Margaret Slayton Taylor ’76; and sister of the late Patricia Reynolds Lynch ’44F; she was predeceased by her husband of 54 years, Raymond Hickey in 2003, and her husband of six years, Simon F. Etzel, Sr. in 2014 February 28, 2016 Guilford, CT Josephine Gibino ’43 earned a master’s degree in teaching from the University of Connecticut; she was a devoted teacher at Salem Grammar School in Naugatuck, Connecticut; and was a faithful communicant and lifelong parishioner at St. Francis of Assisi Church April 10, 2016 Naugatuck, CT Constance (Ronnie) Allen Nucci ’44F was employed by the New Haven Free Public Library for many years; she is survived by her husband of 66 years, Dino, and their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren October 17, 2015 Newington, CT Martha Petrucelli Modugno ’44S is survived by her children, grandchildren and a great-grandson December 30, 2015 Pittsford, NY Eleanor Genevese Valley ’45, the wife of Robert A. Valley, who died on September 15, 2015, received an M.S.W. from Fordham University in 1947; she was a volunteer at the Shubert Theatre in New Haven, an officer and active participant in the Branford Musical Arts Society and a patron of the Metropolitan Opera; she leaves five children and six grandchildren September 15, 2015 Branford, CT
Doris Polastri ’47 majored in French and Italian, graduating magna cum laude, then earned an M.A. from Middlebury College; the recipient of a Fulbright scholarship, she studied in Italy at the Universita dei Stranieri in Perugia; she taught Italian at Torrington High School for many years and also at Albertus; in 2009 she was inducted into the Branford Education Hall of Fame March 9, 2016 Branford, CT Genevieve (Jeanne) Dwyer ’48 received a master’s degree in mathematics from Yale University; she taught at the Washington Elementary School in West Haven for almost 50 years; survivors include her cousin Lauretta Joyce Fox ’51 October 30, 2015 East Haven, CT Joan Heller Speer ’49, the widow of Richard Speer, received a master’s degree in history from Fordham University; she had a successful business career in New York City, where she also studied voice; she studied piano at the Yale School of Music October 30, 2015 Westport, CT Barbara Andreansky von Vorys ’49 received a master’s degree in English from the University of Pittsburgh and was employed by the Lawrence Township Public School District for 22 years; she was the wife of the late Karl von Vorys for 50 years and is survived by 7 children, 14 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren January 8, 2016 Lawrenceville, NJ Jacqueline (Jackie) Callahan Lembo ’50, sister of Nancy Callahan Richter ’55; she was a Eucharistic Minister, religious education teacher and trustee at her church, and taught science and math for more than 30 years at East Haven High School; she is survived by five children and their families April 13, 2016 East Haven, CT Mary Elizabeth (Betsy) Andresen Hackett ’51 was a special education teacher and later the director of special services for the Watertown School System, retiring in 2008; she is survived by her husband, Thomas, 6 children and 19 grandchildren October 17, 2015 Cheshire, CT Marguerite St. John Gabriele ’52 graduated from Yale University School of Nursing with a master’s degree in 1955; she taught pediatric, neurosurgical and emergency nursing in New Haven and later as a member of the faculty of the West Virginia
University Nursing School; in retirement, she became an accomplished painter, exhibiting in Paris and Madrid, and at the Ezair Gallery of Contemporary Art in New York City April 4, 2016 Morgantown, WV Joan Moran Duggan ’53 enjoyed traveling the world with her husband, Jack; after living for many years in Toledo, Ohio, they moved to Florida in retirement; Jack died in 2006 and she is survived by their six children, eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren November 17, 2015 Toledo, OH Joan Hanlon Moylan ’54 earned a B.A. degree in biology, and M.S. in zoology from Yale University; she worked in medical research for the Sloan-Kettering Research Center before marrying and raising a family in New York City and Pleasantville, NY, and later became a science teacher; she is survived by her four children and six grandchildren April 10, 2016 Brevard, NC Jean Flanagan Sposato ’54 was predeceased by her husbands, Winston Walter and Anthony Sposato; she is survived by five children, four stepchildren, and their families October 17, 2014 Kennett Square, PA Mary Lou Rourke Cook ’55, wife of the late George N. Cook, is survived by her children and stepchildren and their families, including 27 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren February 18, 2016 Guilford, CT Delphine Barrett ’57, sister of Sheila Barrett Conlin ’60, was one of the first female executives at Standard Oil of Ohio; she earned an M.B.A. from Case Reserve University; after retiring from SOHIO, she worked for RPM and volunteered at the local hospital December 2, 2015 Lakewood, OH Frances Browne Caspar ’57 transferred to Cornell University, where she received a B.S. in nursing, and also earned an M.A. from Columbia Teachers College; she was a dedicated volunteer at the Farmington Valley Visiting Nurse Association; survivors include her husband, George, three children, five grandchildren and Sr. Ruth Caspar, O.P., her sister-in-law. February 8, 2016 Avon, CT
Julia Moriarty Hayes ’57 received a master’s degree from Connecticut College; she was head of the science department at East Catholic High School in Manchester, Connecticut, for several years; her book of poetry, “What to Say of Garlic Mustard,” came out in 2010; she was predeceased by her husband of 56 years, David Hayes, an internationally-known sculptor; and survived by three sons and a daughter, and their families May 28, 2016 Coventry, CT Vincia DeMaio Carlstrom ’59 earned master’s degrees in sociology and in social work from the State University of New York at Albany, and went on to practice social work for 15 years; she is survived by Larry, her husband of more than 56 years, a daughter, two sons and two grandsons January 27, 2016 Bonsall, CA Adrienne Terrazano Mallette ’60 earned a master’s degree in education from Southern Connecticut State University; she was the wife of the late Rev. Dr. Richard Mallette Sr. for 53 years and together they established Living Word Ministries in West Haven, Connecticut, and another church in Orange; she is survived by her daughter, son and daughter-in-law and two grandchildren May 13, 2016 West Haven, CT Patricia (Patty) Burns ’65 is survived by her husband, Albert E. Stolte Jr., her mother and an extended family; she was predeceased by her son, Christopher David Stolte, in 2013; she was passionate about her grandchildren, Quaker education, gardening and quilting April 2, 2016 State College, PA Joan Meskill Escoto ’65 was the wife of the late Salvador P. Escoto and the mother of Benedict December 11, 2010 Chicago, IL Cheryl Jones Barry ’71 is survived by her husband, Kevin, a daughter, two sons and seven grandchildren; in 1975 she earned an M.S. degree from the State University of New York April 28, 2015 St. James, NY Janice Henrici Kaufman ’71 is survived by her mother, two daughters and a granddaughter; she enjoyed gardening, writing and any day at the beach with a good book April 12, 2016 Carlisle, PA
Linda (Lindy) Gay Lewandowski ’80 is survived by her husband, Mark, her parents and an extended family; her career took her through various project and client management roles at several technology companies; she enjoyed gardening and watercolor painting April 26, 2016 Bolton, MA Helen Brenner Peck ’82 received an associate of arts degree from Albertus; the wife of the late Elmer (Cliff) Peck, she had a 39-year career at the former Southern New England Telephone October 27, 2015 Branford, CT Tammi Ann Ringuette ’93 credited her major in international business with her love of travel and traveled extensively throughout the United States and Europe; for several years she worked as a substitute language teacher at area high schools January 10, 2016 East Hartford, CT Michael J. Tracy ’99 is survived by his two sons, father, brother and sister; an account executive with PHH Mortgage, he had a great passion for sailing and for cooking February 7, 2016 Cherry Hill, NJ Yolanda Cecilia Nieves ’01 received her nursing degree from Fairfield University in 2008; she was an R.N. who had worked at Yale-New Haven Hospital, St. Raphael Campus for several years; she is survived by her son, parents and sister May 10, 2016 Rocky Hill, CT Sharnita L. Solomon ’08, ’09 earned her master’s in Management and her M.B.A. from Albertus, and undergraduate degree from Temple University; she was a speech assistant for the New Haven Board of Education; a lifelong member of Christian Tabernacle Baptist Church, she is survived by her father, sister and two brothers and their families April 15, 2016 Hamden, CT Carol Varella ’14 majored in psychology and art therapy; she was a librarian at Gateway Community College for some time, and is survived by a son and three daughters April 8, 2016 New Haven, CT
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the 134th District seat in the state House of Representatives. He is the director of operations for a law firm, and serves as the executive director of the Connecticut United Ride, an annual motorcycle tribute to victims of the September 11 attacks.
2005 Knia Riles-Mathis, West Haven, CT, owns a nonabrasive facial and hand spa business.
Christopher Berg ’12 M.A. Leadership, Jersey City, NJ, in May 2016 received his Ed.D. from the University of New England. In 2014, he was the recipient of the Premier Achievement Award presented by the Albertus Alumni Association to graduates of the past 10 years. Jason Hendela, San Gabriel, CA, received an M.A. in community psychology with an emphasis in clinical services in 2012 from the University of New Haven. Married in 2013, he is currently working toward a Master of Divinity degree from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena.
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Sofia Dumansky, M.S. Management, ’09 M.B.A., South Windsor, CT, an agent since 2007 for New York Life, earned membership in the Million Dollar Round Table for 2016. She also earned the Agency Leader Award for 2015.
Stephen Harding, Brookfield, CT, is seeking re-election as a state representative for the 107th State Assembly district. He received his J.D. degree from the New York School of Law and is in private practice.
Dan Rivers, Derby, CT, a teacher at Joel Barlow High School in Redding, led a session “Mindful Meditation: Creating Space for Ourselves and for Our Students” this spring at the Empowered to Lead Symposium.
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Christopher Bolster, Avon, CT, teaches English at Avon Old Farms, an all-boys preparatory school. He also directs the school’s theater department. His poem “Notes Post-Crisis” appeared in the fall 2015 issue of the Wallace Stevens Journal. Ena Williams, M.S. Management, Hamden, CT, writes that since earning her master’s degree from Albertus she was promoted to vice president, patient services and associate chief nursing officer at Yale-New Haven Hospital. In 2015 she received the Cornell Scott Health Award from the NAACP, and she graduated from the GE Health Care Management Nurse Executive Fellowship program.
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Sr. Ann Bailie, O.P., dedicated Albertus professor Sr. Ann Bailie, former associate professor of French and chair of the French and foreign language departments at the College, died July 4, 2016, in Columbus, Ohio. In recent years, she taught courses in the humanities at Albertus. Sr. Ann earned a bachelor’s degree from Manhattan College and a master’s degree from Université Laval in Québec City, and completed advanced studies in French literature at New York University. In 2010 Sr. Ann received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from the College for “her selfless devotion and faithful service” to her religious congregation and to Albertus. In 2012 she retired, leaving Albertus to do community service at the Dominican Sisters of Peace motherhouse in Columbus. A memorial liturgy will be held Saturday, October 1, at 10 a.m. in the St. Albert Atrium of the Tagliatela Academic Center, to celebrate Sr. Ann Bailie’s life and her four decades of extraordinary service to the College.
Daniel P. Cosgrove, major benefactor of Albertus Builder, businessman and philanthropist, Daniel P. Cosgrove died April 12, 2016, at the age of 98, in Branford, Connecticut. His extraordinary generosity to Albertus Magnus College is recognized in the Cosgrove, Marcus, Messer Athletic Center, which was completed in 1989. At the June 22, 1997, Albertus Commencement, the College conferred upon him the degree of Doctor of Humane Letters honoris causa. The Commencement program noted that he “embodies qualities that Albertus holds at the core of its tradition: a dedication to the search for truth, and to personal excellence.” He was proud to be a member of the College family and was a frequent visitor to campus, always enjoying conversations with students. For many years he was a faithful guest at St. Patrick Day celebrations at Albertus. As a young man, he was a professional boxer; the recipient of numerous honors and awards, at the age of 90 he was pleased to be inducted into the Connecticut Boxing Hall of Fame. He is survived by his children, Daniel T. Cosgrove, Susan Cosgrove Barnes and Mark Cosgrove; nine grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. Charles Alderman, husband of Marilyn Alderman, former executive assistant to Albertus President Julia M. McNamara April 21, 2016 Madeline J. Bailey, a longtime communicant of St. Thomas Becket Church, is survived by her brother, Wallace Bailey; her sisterin-law, Bette Ann Curtin Bailey ’52; and several nieces and nephews and their families February 20, 2016 Judith Broshjeit, mother of Susan Broshjeit Mendick ’92 and sister-in-law of Carol Broshjeit ’62, she is also survived by her husband, Frederick, a son and two grandchildren; she was a member of the Albertus business office staff for many years March 28, 2016
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Thomas O’Malley Calvit, husband of Rosemary Herold Calvit ’51 for more than 60 years; he also is survived by four children and their families January 10, 2016 Dr. Lothar Candels met his wife of 64 years, Elizabeth (Betty) Hurley Candels ’48, through the glee club at Albertus; a pediatrician for 43 years, he is survived by his wife, five children, nine grandchildren and six greatgrandchildren December 29, 2015 Joseph Coppola, husband of Ann Bunnell Coppola ’56, was an Army veteran of the Korean War March 10, 2016 James B. Curtin Jr., son of Jeanne Fountain Curtin ’57 and the late James Curtin December 3, 2015
Constance E. Falcigno, mother of Elizabeth (Liz) Falcigno ’17, a member of the Albertus women’s basketball team January 26, 2016 Charles L. Flynn, Sr., husband of Winifred Carocari Flynn ’43; he is survived by his sister Jacqueline M. Flynn ’56; and was predeceased by sisters Anne Flynn Wedge ’51 and Veronica C. Flynn ’54 February 28, 2016 Rita LaRochelle Hoffman, mother of Deacon John Hoffman, coordinator of Dominican Ministries at Albertus May 24, 2016 Charles F. Houghton Jr., brother-in-law of Jeanne M. Dennison ’78, chair of the Albertus Board of Trustees June 2, 2016
2010 Marissa S. Dooner, Bunnlevel, NC, is serving in the U.S. Army as a Specialist at Fort Bragg. Jesse White, M.A. Leadership, Windsor, CT, has been named principal of Metacomet Elementary School in Bloomfield.
2014 Kimberly Daikon Heil, M.A.A.T., Wethersfield, CT, is the author and illustrator of the children’s book, “Gifts of Spirit: Animals and their natural gifts,” published last year.
2015 Jean Iannuzzi, ’16 M.S. in Accounting, Wallingford, CT, has been selected as one of two recipients of the 2016 Government Finance Officers Association’s Frank L. Greathouse Government Accounting Scholarship. ALBERTUS
Peter W. Krause, son of Barbara Krause, assistant professor of mathematics at Albertus; he was a retired member of the New Haven Police Department March 9, 2016 Tracy R. Lamb Jr., was the brother of Sgt. Tammi Means ’07, a member of the Board of Governors of the Albertus Alumni Association March 12, 2016 Thomas J. Loughman Jr., father of Meghan Loughman ’14 and Kerrigan Loughman ’19 March 14, 2016 Jessica Lynch was the office assistant in the Education Programs office; she also served in the mail room on the main campus and at the former Long Wharf campus of New Dimensions May 23, 2016 John J. (Jack) McCooe, husband of Barbara McCarthy McCooe ’53; he also is survived by five children and their families November 1, 2015 John J. Mutkoski, husband of Dorothy Yutenkas Mutkoski ’67; he also is survived by three sons and their families January 22, 2016 Zena Patsalides died at 92 in Athens, Greece; she was the grandmother of James Patsalides, assistant professor of management at Albertus March 2, 2016 Karen Miller Rector, sister of Warren Miller, lecturer in the mathematics program at Albertus, and sister-in-law of Abbe Miller, director of the Master of Arts in Art Therapy June 3, 2016
CO MMUNI TY Dr. Charles A. Schlegel, father of Clare Schlegel Joyner ’86; he is survived by his wife, nine children and their families June 8, 2016 Kathleen Shea Sinclair, mother of Dr. Peter Sinclair, lecturer in English and humanities at Albertus February 25, 2016 Dr. Richard E. Sledden is survived by his wife of 58 years, Angela Scimone Sledden ’52 and their two daughters December 13, 2015 Vincent Terenzio, husband of Alice Keenan-Terenzio ’49; prior to his retirement he was the music coordinator for the North Haven Public School System January 3, 2016 Garwood (Gary) Wilson, husband of Ellen Phillips Wilson ’55 and brother-in-law of the late Marilyn Phillips Happy ’48 March 3, 2016 Maryann Lawrence Wollschlager, mother of Danielle C. Wollschlager ’15 October 13, 2015 Regina M. Wozenski, mother of Janet Wozenski ’68; she is survived by four daughters and their families October 21, 2015
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20TH ANNUAL FALL FEST WEEKEND October 21 & 22, 2016 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21 5 to 6 p.m.— Faculty/Staff & Alumni Happy Hour, House of Bollstadt Pub, Campus Center 6 to 8 p.m.— Athletic Hall of Fame Induction, DeDominicis Dining Hall, Hubert Campus Center
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22 Noon— Softball Alumni Game, Celentano Turf Field 1 p.m.— Men’s Basketball Alumni Game, Cosgrove, Marcus, Messer Athletic Center 2 p.m.— Co-ed Volleyball Alumni Match, Cosgrove, Marcus, Messer Athletic Center 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.— Activities, Food Trucks (available until the end of the women’s game), Music, and Meet Student Organizations, Rosary Hall Circle 3:00 to 4:00 p.m.— Alumni Former Student-Leaders Reception, by invitation 4:00 p.m.— Men’s Soccer Game*, Celentano Turf Field (Alumni Tent open to all) 6:30 p.m.— Women’s Soccer Game*, Celentano Turf Field …and more! Check albertus.edu for more information and updates to the schedule. *Both the men’s and women’s soccer teams will be honoring senior players 15 minutes prior to each game.
SAVE THE DATE FOR ADDITIONAL FALL 2016 EVENTS Saturday, August 27— Men’s Soccer Alumni Game, Celentano Turf Field Wednesday, August 31— Women’s Volleyball Alumni Match, Cosgrove, Marcus, Messer Athletic Center Thursday, September 22— All In for Albertus, 24 hour virtual celebration of Study, Prayer, Community and Service Friday, September 23— Founders’ Day Saturday, October 1— Memorial Liturgy for Sr. Ann Bailie, O.P., St. Albert Atrium of the Tagliatela Academic Center Thursday, October 13— Career Conversations: Student-Athletes Thursday, November 10 — Career Conversations: Criminal Justice November 14–18— St. Albert Week Wednesday, November 16— St. Thomas Aquinas Lecture Series, Albert the Great Lecture by Ann Willits, O.P., M.A. Thursday, December 1— 4th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting, Aquinas Hall Courtyard
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