Spotlight on CLA
CLA Faculty Spotlight
Professor Jacqueline Carlon of the Classics Department was recently honored by the Society for Classical Studies with The Collegiate Teaching Award for her dedication to her students and her devotion to improving the quality of education they receive. We are very proud of the work she has done. To learn more about this award, and why Professor Carlon was chosen, please click on the following link:
Collegiate Teaching Award - Jacqueline Carlon
CLA Student Spotlight
Tyler Bishop is a senior, Communications major, and the Assistant Captain of our Men's Hockey team. Tyler came to us after graduating from Ramsey High School, Class of 2010, in his hometown of Ramsey, New Jersey. In his time at UMass Boston, Tyler had many accomplishments both academically and on the ice. He was an All American in his junior season and he helped his team get to the Frozen Four. He was also 1st team all-star in the NEHC ( New England Hockey Conference) and is currently a leader of all defensemen scoring in the country. Tyler plans to continue playing hockey in his spare time, and would like to apply what he learned in our Communications Program by finding a job that combines his two great passions, sports and media.
Stanzi Potenza, a Performing Arts major, earned the esteemed Irene Ryan Scholarship Award at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival at Wester Connecticut State University.
The Irene Ryan Acting Competition awards sixteen scholarships at the regional level and two national scholarships each year. Potenza was given a $500 scholarship and will be sent to Washington D.C. where she and her acting partner, Patrick McCarthy, will represent UMass Boston in the competition for a $5000 scholarship and other awards at the National Festival.
For the full story, written by Bill Donacaster of the Perfirming Arts department, please click UMass Boston’s Stanzi Potenza wins Kennedy Center Actor Award
For more information on the Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship, please click on the link.