Therapeutic Surfs Up

Students in Regis College’s therapeutic recreation program are completing their practicum this summer with AmpSurf New England, an adaptive surf therapy non-profit organization.

Orientation Leaders Prep for Incoming Students

Regis College’s newest orientation leaders spent last week learning more about the institution – and themselves – as they get ready to welcome the Class of 2025, which arrives on campus this fall.

Regis Awards Faculty Promotion and Tenure

Regis College is pleased to announce that seven faculty members from the School of Arts and Sciences, School of Health Sciences, and Young School of Nursing have been granted promotions.

Camp During COVID

Associate Professor Lauren Bent was selected as a Kaneb grant recipient for her ongoing research that explores the impact summer camps had on children’s development and family dynamics during the pandemic.

Q&A: What you Need to Know About Ransomware Attacks

The Steamship Authority on Cape Cod was a recent victim of a ransomware attack. We asked associate professor Robert Duhainy, a cybersecurity expert, to help us better understand these attacks and how to defend against them.

The Pride was well Protected this Spring

Through rigorous testing and impactful guidelines, Regis College recorded a less than one percent COVID-19 positivity rate on campus for the spring 2021 semester and had no disruption to in-person classes.

Important Update to On-Campus COVID-19 protocols

With the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts recently announcing significant changes to COVID-19 guidelines and recommendations, the light at the end of the tunnel continues to get brighter.

Higher Ed Instead

As she receives her doctoral degree in May along with the 2020 Student Excellence Award, Alisa is now Associate Dean of Enrollment at Bunker Hill Community College in Boston’s Charlestown neighborhood but her route there was a circuitous one.

One Eye on the Ball, the Other in the Classroom

“I always knew I wanted to teach and be a mentor, whether in the classroom or on the playfield field,” writes Marina Kelly MEd ’21, the assistant coach for women’s soccer at Regis.

Announcement Regarding COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement

In preparation for a full in-person return to our Weston campus for the fall 2021 semester, all students, faculty, and staff who will live, learn, and work on campus or who will participate in Regis in-person activities are required to be fully vaccina

Brave Heart

Whether John Acord, Jr. came to your rescue as a firefighter or a paramedic or you are fortunate enough to have him as your family nurse practitioner, you have the television show Emergency! to thank.

Nurse Things First

Brockton-born exercise science major Fabyanno Furbino was having second thoughts. “He mentioned to me that he had recently been thinking about a career in nursing,” recalls his advisor, Health and Fitness Studies Associate Professor Elizabeth Conant.

Student Success Defines Her Own

When she joined Regis as student accounts coordinator in 2916, Melanie says she found “a position that matched my administrative background as well as be back in education.”

Occupation Transformation

“When my grandfather was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease I was visiting the rehabilitation hospital and was able to watch the OT sessions,” she recalls. “It really struck me how client-centered the therapy was.”