Highlights include: Founder of the University, The Most Reverend Walter W. Curtis, dies at 84 --Sacred Heart University students and faculty will soon have access to the latest technology in neurobiology equipment for research due to the awarding of a $94,500 grant by the National Science Foundation --New multi-disciplinary project aims to train health professionals in serving the elderly and will combine the resources of the Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Nursing programs, and funded with $367,281 from the United States Department of Health and Human Services --English professor Dr. Michelle Loris proudly poses with her new book entitled, The Critical Response to Gloria Naylor (photo) --Green belt Brian Polovoy blocks a punch against 3rd degree black belt Danielle Fournier, former junior olympian team member. Currently both are members of the SHU martial arts team (photo) --“The Liberty Belles” opens at SHU’s Center for the Performing Arts --Senior Mike Galluzzo and friends Tom Hamilton and Jerry McDonald formed the band Bridge in 1992 (photo) --New Hampshire defeats men's soccer --Lady Pioneers field hockey continue to dominate opposition --Pioneer football falls to Merrimack --Cross-country teams had their share of victories and losses last week at the New England Cross Country Championship in Boston.
Sacred Heart University, "Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 6" (1997). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 219.