2007

December

Who Cares? — Americans Ask in New National Poll on Celebrity Political Views

National Poll: Americans Report Christmas is Number One

The Edgerton to be a part of NBC’s Clash of the Choirs tonight at 8pm!

Rabbi Eugene Korn's New Book Aims to Help Christians Understand Judaism

SHU Senior to Volunteer in Africa

SHU Senior Founds Program to Teach Computers Skills to Elderly

SHU Freshman Finalist in Exclusive Arts Program

Lisa Ling, Host of National Geographic Explorer Speaks at Edgerton Center for the Performing Arts

Understanding the Tradition

School of Education Dedicated to Isabelle Farrington

University College Receives Two Distinguished Awards

Students Learn Business Etiquette, Mingle with Alumni and Employers at Career Development Event

November

School of Education Dedicated in Honor of Isabelle Farrington

Renowned Photojournalist Ron Haviv to Speak

Vatican Astronomer Guy Consolmagno to Speak

Three SHU Teams Receive NCAA Public Recognition Awards

Bob Woodward Presents State of Denial

Death Penalty Panel Discussion

Department of Media Studies to Host Vision Project Lecture Series

Fairfield Police and Fire Departments Stage Mock-Accident Dramatization for Sacred Heart University

SHU's Cardinal Spidlik Center for Ecumenical Understanding to Host Inaugural Public Event

WSHU Now Broadcasting in High-Definition

Lecture Series Wins 'Program of the Year' Award

October

New Poll: 18-30-Year-Olds to Play Major Role in 2008 Elections

U.S. Development Assistance in the Middle East

Cardinal Spidlik Center for Ecumenical Understanding Hosts Inaugural Public Event

Event Honoring Rumi, Poet of Peace

Sacred Heart University to Host Workshop on Mail-Center Security

SHU to Host Bill McGarvey Concert, Beautiful Mess

WWE VP to Present The Changing Sports & Entertainment Sponsorship Landscape

SHU Habitat Chapter Among Top 5 in U.S.

SHU to Present 2007 Faculty & Staff Mission Awards

Understanding the Tradition

Is the Death Penalty a Moral Solution?

New York Times Magazine: Jesus Christ Superhero

Becoming God: The End(s) of the Catholic Intellectual Tradition

Your Ideal Professor - A Student Perspective

SHU Athletic Teams Near Top of NEC in Graduation Rate

Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg Receives Honorary Degree

SHU Appoints Michael Trimble Vice President for Information Technology and Security

SHU Promotes Philip McCabe to Vice President for Finance

September

Bill Gonillo: A Salt of the Earth, Quality Guy

Over 1,000 Alumni, Students and Friends of SHU Celebrate Homecoming

CCJU Fall Lecture and Lunch Series

National Poll - We’re in a Funk, Two-Thirds Blame Politicians

Archbishop Daniel, Hon., Th.D. ’03, Elected Patriarch of the Romanian Orthodox Church

Ethics & the Elderly Topic of Notre Dame’s Hesburgh Alumni Lecture

A talk and discussion by Rabbi Eugene Korn, PhD

The Emerging Catholic Electorate

National Poll — Americans To Congress: Hands Off the Media

Interreligious Delegation Visits Nazi Death Camp During SHU-Sponsored Study Tour

SHU Receives Chinese Artifact

Poll: Americans Checking Labels Prompted by Recalled Imports

Rwandan Genocide Survivor to Speak at SHU

Join the Conversation with WSHU

People’s United Bank Sponsors Community Connections

Class of 2011 Most Accomplished & Largest in SHU History

Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg to Receive Honorary Degree at Freshman Convocation

Constitution Day Lecture Features Congressman Shays

SHU Introduces Comprehensive New Core Curriculum to Incoming Freshmen

From Atheism To Islam: An American Journey

Catholic Universities Welcome the Class of 2011

August

Library Expands Collection; Extends Hours through eBrary

Air To Explore Physical, Spiritual, Cultural Aspects Of The Elements.

SHU Supports New Financial Aid Code of Conduct

SHU Among the Best in U.S. News and Princeton Review's Annual Best Colleges Guides

Dr. Orlowski Meets the Pope, Delivers Presentation at European Conference

Ceremony Marks Chapel Construction Progress

Catholic-Jewish Delegation Will Visit Auschwitz, Meet Privately With Pope

Student Following Dream to Top

July

Pioneer Marching Band Preview Show

SHU Student Receives Minority Scholarship from Connecticut Physical Therapy Association

Michael L. Iannazzi Named Associate Vice President For Institutional Advancement

John F. Welch College of Business Named Among Best By The Princeton Review

Sacred Heart University's Upward Bound Program Receives $1.1 Million Grant

Jennifer Mattei's Horseshoe Crab Research on Public Radio

SHU Welcomes New Religious Leader To Head Its Center For Christian-Jewish Understanding

SHU's Department of Nursing Receives $240,000 CHEFA Grant

June

SHU Alum Ordained Priest

First Communion, Confirmations Celebrated at SHU Community Mass

WCOB and ICN Sign Agreement

WCOB Holds 15th Commencement in Luxembourg

National Poll: Top 10 Issues of Concern Among Americans

National Issues Poll Says Americans Looking for a Religious President

SHU Hosts World Champion Cadets Drum Corps

Golfers Brave the Rain for Scholarships at Pioneer Open

SHU Student Lands a Knock Out with Anti-smoking Poster Design

SHU Junior Selected for Law Fellowship

2007 NEWS December 2007 Who Cares? — Americans Ask in New National Poll on Celebrity Political Views National Poll: Americans Report Christmas

May

SHU Student Receives National Science Foundation Grant

18th Annual Pioneer Scholarship Open at Great River Golf Club

SHU Names Associate Dean of College of Education and Health Professions

Moon Rocks Arrive

SHU Band Director to Conduct All-District Concert

Art & Design Student Wins RYASAP Award for 7th Straight Year

Catholic Scholars’ Capstone Presentations Deal Weighty Issues

SHU Hosts Women as Agents of Change Forum on May 30

SHU Professor Chosen for Teaching About Terrorism Fellowship

SHU Introduces Catholic Studies Minor

Honorary Degree Recipients Inspired Graduates on Commencement Weekend

Commencement Speakers Announced; First DPT Degrees to be Granted

Frank Deford to Kick Off WSHU's New Lecture Series

CCJU Announces Seventh Annual Seminarians and Rabbinical Students Conference

SHU Awards Dinner Raises Funds for Student Scholarships While Honoring Community

SHU Professor Wins Fulbright Fellowship, Will Teach Computer Science in Kosovo

Poster Session Reveals Students’ Complex Research, Interesting Findings

April

SHU Students Pay Tribute to Virginia Tech Victims

Tragedy at Virginia Tech

Dr. Michael Emery Named 2007 Catherine Worthingham Fellow

SHU Junior Selected as Student Delegate

Scholarship Dinner to Honor Susan Saint James, GE’s Bill Conaty & Fairfield’s Rev. Lawrence Carroll

College of Business Commemorates 10th Anniversary with On-Campus Reunion

SHU to Consolidate and Expand Its College of Education & Health Professions

SHU Receives CT Quality Improvement Award

AAC&U Selects SHU for National Initiative

Elie Wiesel’s The Town Beyond the Wall

Center for Christian-Jewish Understanding Hosts Third Annual 'Colleagues in Dialogue'

Earth Day to be Observed with Week-Long Series

SHU Students Rock for Iran’s Civil Rights in Freedom Concert

SHU Athletic Trainer Competes Against His Biggest Foe

March

SHU Included in Princeton Review's 'The Best 366 Colleges-2008'

DOT Grant Funds 'Social Norming' at SHU; First in State

Women and Poverty Lecture

Students Distribute 45,000 Pounds of Potatoes

WWE to Host Career Action Day for Students

Vatican Astronomer to Speak at SHU

University College Targets Hispanic Market with Bilingual Website

Yale Leadership Expert Jeffrey Sonnenfeld to Discuss New Book

Jack Welch Schools SHU’s Welch College of Business Faculty and Students

Former Ambassador and Middle East Expert to Discuss Conflicts, U.S. Implications

Edgertons to be Honored at Dedication Ceremony

WWE Visits SHU for Career-Day Workshop

February

SHU President Shares Business Strategies with Region’s Corporate Leaders

Job Prospects Abound for SHU Students at Career Fair

Robert M. Hardy Appointed Vice President for Human Resources

English & Modern Foreign Languages Presents The Visit

Dr. Michelle Loris Named Associate Dean of The College of Arts and Sciences

ECPA’s Raisin Cane Kicks Off National Tour

For Sacred Heart University Fraternity, Diabetes Awareness Becomes a Cause

New Mascot, Big Red, Makes Debut

Equestrian Team Hosts First Head-To-Head

Common Core Colloquium

January

Commonweal Editor Paul Bauman to Speak

Internship and Career Fair Features Over 100 Employers

Customs and Liturgy of the Jewish Festival of Purim

CCTEC & Women’s Studies Presents Gender & Violence Roundtable

Ruckus Arrives at SHU

Good Morning America's Robin Roberts to Speak

CAS Receives National Science Foundation Grant