Logo for College of the Holy Cross

Search

Five Holy Cross Faculty Members Promoted to Rank of Professor

The professors discuss their scholarship and proudest accomplishments while at the College
October 10th, 2018 by 

From left: Joshua Farrell, Maria Guadalupe M. Rodrigues and Leon Claessens.
From left: Joshua Farrell, Maria Guadalupe M. Rodrigues and Leon Claessens. Photo by John Buckingham

After years of dedicated teaching and research in their respective fields, five Holy Cross faculty members have been promoted to the rank of full professor. We asked them a few questions about their scholarship — and more:

Amy Singleton Adams, modern languages and literatures

Amy Singleton Adams, of the Russian program in the modern languages and literatures department, earned a B.A. in Russian language and literature from Dartmouth College and an M.A. and Ph.D. in Slavic languages and literatures from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her research focuses on aspects of Russian culture and society that are expressed symbolically in art, literature and icons. She has been a member of the Holy Cross faculty since 1993.

What is your proudest accomplishment at this point in your career?
I’m grateful to be a member of the community of researchers and scholars who try to understand Russia in accurate and nuanced ways through its history, arts and literature, politics and beliefs. Expertise on Russia is more important than ever and I appreciate the College’s unwavering commitment to Russian studies over the years. Holy Cross Russian students who train with us go on to impressive careers in law, government service, education and nonprofits. To know that a student learned the Russian alphabet in our classroom and then ended up getting a national scholarship, working at the State Department or going to law school is what makes me most proud.

What piece of Russian literature should be read by everyone interested in Russia?
That’s a really hard question to answer, so I’ll list some of my students’ favorites. For the 19th century, it’s a toss-up between “Anna Karenina” and “Crime and Punishment.” For the 20th, “The Master and Margarita” is the most popular — plus, it’s funny. My new favorite is “The Big Green Tent” by contemporary author Liudmila Ulitskaia. It’s an epic tale of the Soviet era from the 1950s to the 1990s seen through the eyes and lives of three school friends. It’s the smartest new book I’ve read in a long time.

Sahar Bazzaz, history

 Sahar Bazzaz speaks while teaching a class

Sahar Bazzaz speaks while teaching a class. Photo by Tom Rettig

Sahar Bazzaz, of the history department, earned a B.A. in history from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, an M.A. in Middle Eastern studies from the University of Chicago and a Ph.D. in history and Middle Eastern studies from Harvard University. As a historian of the modern Middle East/North Africa (MENA), her scholarly trajectory and teaching since receiving tenure have followed four broad but interrelated themes associated with this era and geographic location: imperial encounters between Europe and the MENA; modernization and modern nation-state formation in the societies
of the MENA region; historiography/ sociology of knowledge; and MENA history of science in the context of European imperialism. She has been a member of the Holy Cross faculty since 2003.

What is your proudest accomplishment at this point in your career?
My proudest accomplishment relates to my work as a member of the Comparative Cultures Seminar (CCS) in Greece, a teaching and research project connected to Harvard Summer School of which I was a founding member in 2002. This summer seminar takes as its subject the history and cultures of the eastern Mediterranean region from antiquity to the present. Designed to be teaching and research intensive, this program has been a labor of love, to which I have dedicated great time and energy. In the CCS program, I have taught interdisciplinary seminars that explore the connection between the rise of modern social science disciplines and European colonialism and imperialism in North Africa and the Middle East. Furthermore, my involvement in the CCS program helped me develop new courses, which I now teach at Holy Cross.

What’s one thing about the Middle East that everyone should know?
Newspapers and other media outlets are filled with largely monolithic and reductive depictions and images of the Middle East, which tend to reduce the complexity of the region and its peoples, on one hand, and to obscure the vibrant diversity of human experiences that have shaped the region, on the other. Everyone should take a course (or two or three!) about the history of the region.

Leon Claessens, biology

 Leon Claessens poses with a dodo skeleton

Leon Claessens poses with a dodo skeleton. Photo by John Buckingham

Leon Claessens, of the biology department, earned an M.S. in geology from Utrecht University and an A.M. and Ph.D. in biology from Harvard University. His research focuses on paleontology, specifically vertebrate paleontology and functional morphology. He has been a member of the Holy Cross faculty since 2005.

What is your proudest accomplishment at this point in your career?
The monograph on the extinct dodo that my colleagues and I published in 2015, the first description of a complete dodo skeleton and the first major publication on the anatomy of this iconic bird in 150 years, is something that I am very proud of. We were able to put together this scientific treatise thanks to the rediscovery of the only skeleton of a single individual dodo bird in existence, more than a century after the skeleton was discovered by an amateur naturalist on the island of Mauritius, the only place where the dodo lived.

Why did you choose to study paleontology? Where did that interest come from?
I’ve been interested in traveling the globe to discover lost ancient artifacts ever since I was 4 years old and received a book on exploration from an aunt and uncle. As I moved through elementary school, this interest became firmly anchored on finding fossils and learning about the history of life on Earth, and it has largely stayed that way ever since. At some level, I never quit playing in sandboxes.

Joshua Farrell, chemistry

 Joshua Farrell helps a student with a chemistry experiment

Joshua Farrell helps a student with a chemistry experiment. Photo by Tom Rettig

Joshua Farrell, of the chemistry department, earned a B.A. in chemistry from Holy Cross and an M.S. and Ph.D. in inorganic chemistry from Northwestern University. He then worked as a National Institutes of Health postdoctoral researcher at MIT before rejoining the Holy Cross chemistry department in 2002. His research focuses on inorganic chemistry and nanotechnology.

What is your proudest accomplishment at this point in your career?
The accomplishment that gives me the greatest joy is each time a student is included as a co-author on a peer-reviewed research paper. In each instance, this means that a student made a lasting and permanent contribution to the field of chemistry. It is an important milestone for a student to take on a research project and follow through to completion. In order to get their work to a publishable state, they always have to learn to deal with failure, have to pay close attention to detail, and often have to change their approach and adapt to what they learn. These papers especially help students early in their career and often come up at or help them get interviews for wherever they are heading after Holy Cross.

Can you tell us about the experience of teaching at your alma mater? What’s that like?
When I was at Holy Cross as a student in the early ’90s, the chemistry department felt like a family. The professors were universally excellent at their craft and really cared about the individual students. Chemistry majors worked long hours in lab, on research and on problem sets together, and forged close relationships with one another. When I returned to Holy Cross in 2002, much of the chemistry faculty had turned over, but we now have 13 tenured and tenure-track professors who maintain the same sense of excellence and family that I remember as a student. I love working in a department where the faculty are highly supportive of one another and the students are motivated to work hard.

Maria Guadalupe M. Rodrigues, political science

 Maria G. M. Rodrigues lectures at the front of a class

Maria G. M. Rodrigues lectures at the front of a class. Photo by Tom Rettig

Maria Guadalupe M. Rodrigues, of the political science department, earned a B.A. in law from Faculdade Candido Mendes, an M.S. in political science from Instituto Universitario de Pesquisas do Rio de Janeiro, an M.S. in political science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Ph.D. in political science from Boston University. Her research focuses on Latin American politics and environmental politics. She has been a member of the Holy Cross faculty since 1999.

What is your proudest accomplishment at this point in your career?
To have directed the Latin American, Latinx and the Caribbean Studies Program at Holy Cross for the past three years. This was a period when people from Latin America and Caribbean, as well as the Latinx community in the United States, felt extremely threatened and rejected by sectors of American society. I was proud to be able to foster, together with my colleagues in the program, a nurturing and supportive environment for our students, whether they felt connected to Latin America intellectually, culturally or due to their heritage.

You’ve done a lot of service for the greater Boston area. Can you tell us about one of the projects you’ve worked on?
After doing so much research on global activism, the universe conspired to place me at the center of a few big storms in my own community. The Catholic Church in Boston closed my oldest son’s parochial school, and together with my husband and a few committed families with children in that school, we mounted a campaign to buy the school from the Archdiocese. We wanted to establish a community center that could continue to play the role the parochial school had once played, that of a community anchor. After a few years of advocacy, we finally bought the property. This was 15 years ago. Today, the former school is a beautifully renovated community center housing a preschool, services for seniors, an after-school program, a farmer’s market and a community function room for events.

Written by Jane Carlton for the Fall 2018 issue of Holy Cross Magazine.

About Holy Cross Magazine

Holy Cross Magazine (HCM) is the quarterly alumni publication of the College of the Holy Cross. The award-winning publication is mailed to alumni and friends of the College and includes intriguing profiles, make-you-think features, alumni news, exclusive photos and more. Visit magazine.holycross.edu/about to contact HCM, submit alumni class notes, milestones, or letters to the editor.

| More

Comments are closed.

Sort 
Search  
Latinidad Identidad
2/17/2020
Hogan Center 401

Open to Campus Community Only


Ciocca Center: The Agency Club
2/17/2020
STEIN 217

The Agency educates students interested in learning about the fields of public relations,...


Multicultural Peer Educators Meeting
2/17/2020
Hogan Center 401

Open to Campus Community Only


Lecture: Thea Riofrancos on a Green New Deal for Climate Safety and Social Justice
2/17/2020
SMITH Rehm Lib

Thea Riofrancos, assistant professor of political science at Providence College, is coauthor...


Warm Room: Photographs by Peter A. Moriarty from Historic Greenhouses
2/17/2020
OKANE Cantor Art Gallery

With his portfolio of gelatin silver prints, Peter Moriarty explores the architecture...


E & I Program: Pitch Night
2/18/2020
SMITHLABS 154


Chapel Artist Series Organ Concert-Michelle Sacco '21 & Matt Luca '22
2/18/2020
St Joseph Chapel St Joseph Chapel

Holy Cross Organ Scholars Michelle Sacco ’21 & Matt...


SGA Elections - Meet the Candidates
2/18/2020
Dinand Library Levis Browsing Room

Open to Campus Community Only


What Does Putin Want? Power & Money in Russia Today
2/18/2020
SMITH Rehm Lib

Guest speaker, Dr. Christopher Miller is Assistant Professor of International History...


Deloitte Interview Skills Workshop
2/18/2020
Hogan Center 401

Hear directly from a recruiter from the Accounting Firm, Deloitte, about how to ace...


Warm Room: Photographs by Peter A. Moriarty from Historic Greenhouses
2/18/2020
OKANE Cantor Art Gallery

With his portfolio of gelatin silver prints, Peter Moriarty explores the architecture...


Latinidad Identidad
2/19/2020
Hogan Center 401

Open to Campus Community Only


Ciocca Center Real Estate Club Meetings
2/19/2020
STEIN 216

The Real Estate Club exposes students to a broad range of topics including residential, commercial,...


RHA Meeting
2/19/2020
Hogan Center 410


Vines & Ice Cream
2/19/2020
Hogan Center Crossroads

Open to Campus Community Only


Multicultural Peer Educators: Expanding Circles
2/19/2020
Hogan Center 328

Open to Campus Community Only


Lecture: James Chappel on Sex, Capitalism, and the Making of Modern Catholicism
2/19/2020
SMITH Rehm Lib

Drawing on his recent book, “Catholic Modern” (Harvard University...


Warm Room: Photographs by Peter A. Moriarty from Historic Greenhouses
2/19/2020
OKANE Cantor Art Gallery

With his portfolio of gelatin silver prints, Peter Moriarty explores the architecture...


Gallery Talk by Peter Moriarty
2/20/2020
OKANE Cantor Art Gallery 2

Photographer Peter A. Moriarty will give a talk about his work on view in...


ICP Colleague Luncheon
2/20/2020
Hogan Center 408(09)

Open to Campus Community Only


Ciocca Center Student Diversity Liaison Office Hours
2/20/2020
Hogan Center Lobby Table 3

Meet the Student Diversity Liaison for the Ciocca Center for Business, Ethics,...


Warm Room: Photographs by Peter A. Moriarty from Historic Greenhouses
2/20/2020
OKANE Cantor Art Gallery

With his portfolio of gelatin silver prints, Peter Moriarty explores the architecture...


University of Saint Joseph School of Pharmacy
2/21/2020
Hogan Center Lobby Table 1

Open to Campus Community Only


Warm Room: Photographs by Peter A. Moriarty from Historic Greenhouses
2/21/2020
OKANE Cantor Art Gallery

With his portfolio of gelatin silver prints, Peter Moriarty explores the architecture...


Warm Room: Photographs by Peter A. Moriarty from Historic Greenhouses
2/22/2020
OKANE Cantor Art Gallery

With his portfolio of gelatin silver prints, Peter Moriarty explores the architecture...


Warm Room: Photographs by Peter A. Moriarty from Historic Greenhouses
2/23/2020
OKANE Cantor Art Gallery

With his portfolio of gelatin silver prints, Peter Moriarty explores the architecture...


Latinidad Identidad
2/24/2020
Hogan Center 401

Open to Campus Community Only


Ciocca Center: The Agency Club
2/24/2020
STEIN 217

The Agency educates students interested in learning about the fields of public relations,...


Multicultural Peer Educators Meeting (Event canceled)
2/24/2020
Hogan Center 320

Open to Campus Community Only


Panel Discussion - Venezuela: Populism, State Failure and the Road Ahead
2/24/2020
SMITH Rehm Lib

What is happening to Venezuela, the top country in the world in confirmed oil reserves?...


Sisters in Science meeting
2/24/2020
ONEIL 101

Open to Campus Community Only


Barton Associates Information Table
2/24/2020
Hogan Center Lobby Table 1

Representatives from Barton and Associates will be on campus to discuss how...


Warm Room: Photographs by Peter A. Moriarty from Historic Greenhouses
2/24/2020
OKANE Cantor Art Gallery

With his portfolio of gelatin silver prints, Peter Moriarty explores the architecture...


Sisters in Science meeting
2/25/2020
SWORD 302

Open to Campus Community Only


National Eating Disorder Awareness Screening Day
2/25/2020
Hogan Center Lobby Table 2

Open to Campus Community Only


National Eating Disorder Awareness Screening Day
2/25/2020
Hogan Center Lobby Table 3

Open to Campus Community Only


National Eating Disorder Awareness Screening Day
2/25/2020
Hogan Center Lobby Table 4

Open to Campus Community Only


National Eating Disorder Awareness Screening Day
2/25/2020
Hogan Center Lobby Table 5

Open to Campus Community Only


Warm Room: Photographs by Peter A. Moriarty from Historic Greenhouses
2/25/2020
OKANE Cantor Art Gallery

With his portfolio of gelatin silver prints, Peter Moriarty explores the architecture...


Latinidad Identidad
2/26/2020
Hogan Center 401

Open to Campus Community Only


RHA Meeting
2/26/2020
Hogan Center 410


Multicultural Peer Educators Hunger Banquet
2/26/2020
Hogan Center 401

Open to Campus Community Only


Gallery Talk by Sahar Bazzaz: Greenhouses as Colonial 'Kunstkammer': Plants, Science and Empire
2/26/2020
OKANE Cantor Art Gallery 2

Professor Sahar Bazzaz of the History Department, College of the Holy Cross,...


Warm Room: Photographs by Peter A. Moriarty from Historic Greenhouses
2/26/2020
OKANE Cantor Art Gallery

With his portfolio of gelatin silver prints, Peter Moriarty explores the architecture...


Medical Racism in the Twenty-First Century: Infant Mortality Rates, Black Women and the Racialization of Pregnancy
2/27/2020
Kimball Hall Seelos Theater

This panel discussion will feature two anthropologists, Khiara Bridges and...


Ciocca Center Student Diversity Liaison Office Hours
2/27/2020
Hogan Center Lobby Table 1

Meet the Student Diversity Liaison for the Ciocca Center for Business, Ethics,...


Warm Room: Photographs by Peter A. Moriarty from Historic Greenhouses
2/27/2020
OKANE Cantor Art Gallery

With his portfolio of gelatin silver prints, Peter Moriarty explores the architecture...


Warm Room: Photographs by Peter A. Moriarty from Historic Greenhouses
2/28/2020
OKANE Cantor Art Gallery

With his portfolio of gelatin silver prints, Peter Moriarty explores the architecture...


Warm Room: Photographs by Peter A. Moriarty from Historic Greenhouses
2/29/2020
OKANE Cantor Art Gallery

With his portfolio of gelatin silver prints, Peter Moriarty explores the architecture...


Ciocca Center: The Agency Club
3/2/2020
STEIN 217

The Agency educates students interested in learning about the fields of public relations,...


Ciocca Center Real Estate Club Meetings
3/4/2020
STEIN 216

The Real Estate Club exposes students to a broad range of topics including residential, commercial,...


Ciocca Center Student Diversity Liaison Office Hours
3/5/2020
Hogan Center Lobby Table 1

Meet the Student Diversity Liaison for the Ciocca Center for Business, Ethics,...


The Housing Director Regional Professional Development Training Session (Event canceled)
3/5/2020
Hogan Center 410


Latinidad Identidad
3/9/2020
Hogan Center 401

Open to Campus Community Only


Ciocca Center: The Agency Club
3/9/2020
STEIN 217

The Agency educates students interested in learning about the fields of public relations,...


Multicultural Peer Educators Meeting
3/9/2020
Hogan Center 320

Open to Campus Community Only


Sisters in Science meeting
3/9/2020
ONEIL 101

Open to Campus Community Only


Sisters in Science meeting
3/10/2020
SWORD 302

Open to Campus Community Only


Latinidad Identidad
3/11/2020
Hogan Center 401

Open to Campus Community Only


RHA Meeting
3/11/2020
Hogan Center 410


Lecture: Archaeologist Elizabeth Bloch-Smith and Old Testament Scholar Mark Smith on David and Messiah
3/11/2020
SMITH Rehm Lib

Elizabeth Bloch-Smith and Mark S. Smith, Princeton Theological Seminary, will discuss...


International Business Ethics Case Competition
3/12/2020
SMITHLABS 155


Grace Lecture
3/12/2020
SMITH Rehm Lib

Today you can plunge into a videogame of Hamlet by playing Ophelia, who has a chance...


Ciocca Center Student Diversity Liaison Office Hours
3/12/2020
Hogan Center Lobby Table 3

Meet the Student Diversity Liaison for the Ciocca Center for Business, Ethics,...


Ciocca Center: The Agency Club
3/16/2020
STEIN 217

The Agency educates students interested in learning about the fields of public relations,...


Lecture: Shelly Matthews on the Lynching Tree and the Cross
3/16/2020
SMITH Rehm Lib

Shelly Matthews, professor of New Testament at Brite Divinity School, will explore African...


Sisters in Science meeting
3/16/2020
ONEIL 101

Open to Campus Community Only


Sisters in Science meeting
3/17/2020
SWORD 302

Open to Campus Community Only


Ciocca Center Real Estate Club Meetings
3/18/2020
STEIN 216

The Real Estate Club exposes students to a broad range of topics including residential, commercial,...


RHA Meeting
3/18/2020
Hogan Center 410


Lecture: Edgardo Colon-Emeric on Romero's Message
3/19/2020
SMITH Rehm Lib

Edgardo A. Colón-Emeric, Irene and William McCutchen Associate Professor of...


Ciocca Center Student Diversity Liaison Office Hours
3/19/2020
Hogan Center Lobby Table 5

Meet the Student Diversity Liaison for the Ciocca Center for Business, Ethics,...


Perkins School for the Blind Info Table
3/19/2020
Hogan Center Lobby Table 3

Open to Campus Community Only


Ciocca Center: The Agency Club
3/23/2020
STEIN 217

Open to Campus Community Only


Night of the Living Museum Exhibit
3/23/2020
Hogan Center Suite B/C - 4th Fl


Prof. Laura Sauls- ""Migration, Climate Change, and Prospects for Sustainable Development in the Northern Triangle"
3/23/2020
SMITHLABS 154

Laura Sauls, PhD /Graduate School of Geography, Clark University/ Postdoctoral Teaching...


Sisters in Science meeting
3/23/2020
ONEIL 101

Open to Campus Community Only


Lecture: Homeric Scholar Emily Wilson on War , Homecoming, Heroism, Truth
3/24/2020
Kimball Hall Seelos Theater

Emily Wilson, the first woman to write an English translation of the Odyssey,...


Tabor Academy Summer Program Meet & Greet
3/24/2020
Hogan Center 410

Open to Campus Community Only


Sisters in Science meeting
3/24/2020
SWORD 302

Open to Campus Community Only


RHA Meeting
3/25/2020
Hogan Center 410


Lecture: Teresia Hinga on African Women's Theo-ethical Footprint in the Age of Globalization
3/26/2020
SMITH Rehm Lib

Teresia Mbari Hinga, associate professor of religious studies at Santa Clara University,...


Ciocca Center Student Diversity Liaison Office Hours
3/26/2020
Hogan Center Lobby Table 1

Meet the Student Diversity Liaison for the Ciocca Center for Business, Ethics,...


Women in Science Conference
3/28/2020
SWORD Swords Atrium

Open to Campus Community Only


Women in Science Conference
3/28/2020
SMITHLABS 155

Open to Campus Community Only


Women in Science Conference
3/28/2020
SMITHLABS 154

Open to Campus Community Only


Ciocca Center: The Agency Club
3/30/2020
STEIN 217

The Agency educates students interested in learning about the fields of public relations,...


Multicultural Peer Educators Meeting
3/30/2020
Hogan Center 320

Open to Campus Community Only


Sisters in Science meeting
3/30/2020
ONEIL 101

Open to Campus Community Only


Sisters in Science meeting
3/31/2020
SWORD 302

Open to Campus Community Only


Ciocca Center Real Estate Club Meetings
4/1/2020
STEIN 216

The Real Estate Club exposes students to a broad range of topics including residential, commercial,...


RHA Meeting
4/1/2020
Hogan Center 410


Lecture: Sandro Galea on Health Inequities in a Rapidly Changing World
4/1/2020
SMITH Rehm Lib

Sandro Galea, a physician, epidemiologist, author, and dean and Robert A. Knox Professor...


Leonard C. Sulski Memorial Lecture
4/2/2020
SMITHLABS 154

The twenty-seventh annual Leonard C. Sulski Memorial Lecture in Mathematics will be given...


Leonard C. Sulski Memorial Lecture
4/2/2020
SWORD Swords Atrium

The twenty-seventh annual Leonard C. Sulski Memorial Lecture in Mathematics will...


Ciocca Center Student Diversity Liaison Office Hours
4/2/2020
Hogan Center Lobby Table 1

Meet the Student Diversity Liaison for the Ciocca Center for Business, Ethics,...


Multicultural Peer Educators Pizza & Movie Night
4/3/2020
Hogan Center Suite A - 4th Fl

Open to Campus Community Only


Ciocca Center: The Agency Club
4/6/2020
STEIN 217

The Agency educates students interested in learning about the fields of public relations,...


Sisters in Science meeting
4/6/2020
ONEIL 101

Open to Campus Community Only


Sisters in Science meeting
4/7/2020
SWORD 302

Open to Campus Community Only


Ciocca Center Student Diversity Liaison Office Hours
4/9/2020
Hogan Center Lobby Table 1

Meet the Student Diversity Liaison for the Ciocca Center for Business, Ethics,...


Ciocca Center: The Agency Club
4/13/2020
STEIN 217

The Agency educates students interested in learning about the fields of public relations,...


Multicultural Peer Educators Appreciation Night
4/13/2020
Hogan Center Suite A - 4th Fl

Open to Campus Community Only


Lecture: Salamishah Tillet on Surviving Sexual Assault
4/14/2020
SMITH Rehm Lib

Co-founder of A Long Walk Home, Inc., a non-profit organization that uses art to end...


Ciocca Center Real Estate Club Meetings
4/15/2020
STEIN 216

The Real Estate Club exposes students to a broad range of topics including residential, commercial,...


Mary Fell Poetry Reading
4/15/2020
SMITH Rehm Lib


RHA Meeting
4/15/2020
Hogan Center 410


Multicultural Peer Educators Expanding Circles
4/15/2020
Hogan Center 406

Open to Campus Community Only


Ciocca Center Student Diversity Liaison Office Hours
4/16/2020
Hogan Center Lobby Table 2

Meet the Student Diversity Liaison for the Ciocca Center for Business, Ethics,...


HC Bands Banquet
4/17/2020
Hogan Center Suite B/C - 4th Fl

Open to Campus Community Only


Chapel Artist Series Organ Concert-Dr. Julia Brown
4/18/2020
St Joseph Chapel St Joseph Chapel

Dr. Julia Brown, Mayflower Congregational Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan,...


Ciocca Center: The Agency Club
4/20/2020
STEIN 217

The Agency educates students interested in learning about the fields of public relations,...


Multicultural Peer Educators Meeting
4/20/2020
Hogan Center Suite B/C - 4th Fl

Open to Campus Community Only


Classics Homerathon
4/20/2020
Hogan Center Outdoor Oval


Academic Conference
4/22/2020
SMITHLABS 154

Open to Campus Community Only


Academic Conference
4/22/2020
SMITHLABS 155

Open to Campus Community Only


Academic Conference
4/22/2020
HAB 219

Open to Campus Community Only


Academic Conference
4/22/2020
ONEIL 112

Open to Campus Community Only


Academic Conference
4/23/2020
STEIN 526

Open to Campus Community Only


Ciocca Center Student Diversity Liaison Office Hours
4/23/2020
Hogan Center Lobby Table 1

Meet the Student Diversity Liaison for the Ciocca Center for Business, Ethics,...


Academic Conference
4/24/2020
STEIN 526

Open to Campus Community Only


Holy Cross Concert Band Spring Concert
4/26/2020
Hogan Center Ballroom & 328


Ciocca Center: The Agency Club
4/27/2020
STEIN 217

The Agency educates students interested in learning about the fields of public relations,...


Sisters in Science meeting
4/27/2020
ONEIL 101

Open to Campus Community Only


Sisters in Science meeting
4/28/2020
SWORD 302

Open to Campus Community Only


Ciocca Center Real Estate Club Meetings
4/29/2020
STEIN 216

The Real Estate Club exposes students to a broad range of topics including residential, commercial,...


RHA Meeting
4/29/2020
Hogan Center 410


Hope Oliveras Lecture
4/29/2020
SMITH Rehm Lib


Ciocca Center Student Diversity Liaison Office Hours
4/30/2020
Hogan Center Lobby Table 1

Meet the Student Diversity Liaison for the Ciocca Center for Business, Ethics,...


Ciocca Center: The Agency Club
5/4/2020
STEIN 217

The Agency educates students interested in learning about the fields of public relations,...


RHA Meeting
5/6/2020
Hogan Center 410


Odyssey 2024 Move-In Day/ Welcome Luncheon
8/23/2020
Hogan Center Ballroom & 328

Open to Campus Community Only


Odyssey 2024 Program
8/24/2020
Hogan Center 401

Open to Campus Community Only


Odyssey 2024 Program
8/24/2020
Hogan Center 402

Open to Campus Community Only


Odyssey 2024 Program
8/24/2020
Hogan Center 406

Open to Campus Community Only


Odyssey 2024 Program
8/24/2020
Hogan Center Ballroom & 328

Open to Campus Community Only


Co-Curricular Extravaganza
9/23/2020
Hogan Center 320

Open to Campus Community Only


Co-Curricular Extravaganza
9/23/2020
Hogan Center Ballroom & 328

Open to Campus Community Only