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Distinguished Professor of Humanics: Mary Ann Coughlin 2020-2021

Mary Ann Coughlin 2020 - 2021

Title of Humanics Lecture:
Humanics: Two Pandemics — We Rise

Earned Degrees:
B.S., Plymouth State College, 1977
M.S., Springfield College, 1984
C.A.G.S., Springfield College, 1984
D.P.E., Springfield College, 1987

Current or final title at Springfield College:
Provost and Vice-President for Academic Affairs

Short statement that describes what it means to be a Distinguished Professor of Humanics:
I was humbled and honored to have served in this role, as I have such deep respect for all of my fellow distinguished professors and I truly believe in and have always tried to live our Humanics philosophy.

Short statement that describes how you continued to live the Humanics mission after your year as Distinguished Professor of Humanics:
The Humanics philosophy is a part of me, it is what I believe in. No matter what task I take on I try to leave the project or the individuals better than when I started. I believe that is what leadership in service to others is all about.


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