Venture strengthens academic options for both programs
Juliana Morrone will represent New England at national level.
Work continues throughout the summer in the makerspace at West Campus.
Class of 2018 includes 1,217 undergrads and 1,130 graduate students
Business student selected to participate in highly competitive conference
George Lombardi has been working for WSHU for more than 40 years
Julia Caiazzo’s action comes after she joins marrow registry at a campus event
Student interns are front and center in NBC broadcast booth
Sacred Heart’s undergraduate program ranked 43 on the college rating company’s published lists for 2018, and its graduate program ranked 20. Sacred Heart responded to the company’s 40-question survey with information about academic offerings, faculty credentials and graduates’ starting salaries and employment experience. Other criteria Princeton Review weighed when making its selections included SHU’s academics, facilities, career services and technology. “In the game development
Test version expected to be ready by April