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Category: Graduate Students

Important Update: National Student Clearinghouse Data Breach

July 7th, 2023

National Student Clearinghouse Data Breach Spalding University was notified by the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) of a recent data breach. An unauthorized party obtained files from within the Clearinghouse’s systems […]

Spalding Athletic Training students practicing

Injuries in Athletics: A Look into the Athletic Training Field

March 14th, 2023

Dr. Alma Mattocks, Program Director for Master of Science in Athletic Training, discusses the importance of awareness of injuries in athletics, the value of athletic trainers in the healthcare field, and what Spalding’s MSAT program is doing for National Athletic Training Month.

Spalding for Black Lives

Reimagine and Reinvent the Meaning of Justice this March

March 9th, 2023

Spring is a time for new beginnings and a chance to reflect on how we can make a difference in our world. March is Social Work Month, National Criminal Justice Month, and National Athletic Training Month. These professions serve our community and advance Spalding’s mission of “meeting the needs of the time.” Throughout the month of March, Spalding is offering three opportunities for critical discourse regarding equity, race and repair.

PsyD student Londyn Swann

Forensic psychology student Londyn Swann launches innovative program at practicum site

March 1st, 2023
Mereditih Zahirovic

Education in Leadership Student Shares About Surviving Cancer

January 30th, 2023
Spalding School of Writing Professors

What’s New in Spalding’s School of Writing?

October 6th, 2022

The Naslund-Mann Graduate School of Writing at Spalding University showcases book reviews, stories, essays, and other literary works as well as program news in their online literary journal Good River Review. We are so proud and honored to be a part of a diverse and welcoming writing community. The School of Writing is working on some fun and exciting things, below are a few of the most notable posts!