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School workers wonder about eligibility for COVID-19 vaccine appointments

Earlier this week, elementary and secondary teachers were told they could start signing up for the COVID-19 vaccine on March 11. In addition to teachers, day care, and preschool staff, bus drivers/monitors, school admin staff, and custodians will be able to sign up for a vaccine. Noticeably absent from the list is higher education. Dean of the School of Health Sciences Karen Rousseau, RN, PhD, said she’s surprised in the corridor of knowledge - that is western Massachusetts - that college workers are left out, especially those who work in student affairs who have to interact with students quarantined on campus. Full story can be found on WesternMassNews.

Art of the Matter

After retiring from her career as professor and Communication Department chair at American International College in 2018, Mary Ellen Lowney, MEd, who also works part-time as the Communications and Community Relations manager for the Springfield Housing Authority, decided to add watercolor to her world. Retired Professor Lowney's newly-found talent is highlighted in BusinessWest Picture This.

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