November 16, 2016

Inbox [Nov. 16]: Worcester State sets Economy Summit, Assumption receives landmark check, Anna Maria launches accelerated degree, Moore named top legislator, Staples helps associates with college debt

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New Economy Summit Friday at Worcester State

Worcester State University will host the New Economy Summit Friday, Nov. 18. The day-long event will convene social entrepreneurs, social change practitioners, educational institutions, students, the business community, and others who share the goal of creating a just, equitable, and sustainable world.

Organized by the Social Venture Collaborative, the public forum will serve as a powerful forum for making and strengthening connections, as well as building ongoing collaboration.  Participants will engage in various interactive activities designed to establish a regional network and support transformation related to social enterprise, social business, cooperatives, and enterprise-oriented nonprofit organizations. Attendees will identify common challenges faced by local start-ups and brainstorm opportunities and next steps to resolve these and other challenges.

Keynote speakers, a World Café discussion, musicians, panelists and participants from across New England will inspire and motivate people to remain active and connected beyond the Summit, especially in the uncertain aftermath of the 2016 general elections.

Read the entire story and register on the New Economy Summit Eventbrite registration page


Assumption receives 2nd largest gift in school history

Assumption College announced it has received the lead gift for the College’s new academic building.

Michael Tsotsis and Francesco Cesareo

Courtesy Assumption College

Michael Tsotsis, left, and Assumption College President Francesco C. Cesareo at last month’s President’s Council Dinner.

Michael Tsotsis, a 1971 Assumption graduate, and his wife, Dorothy, have given the second largest gift in the history of the college in support of the new academic building. In recognition of their generous gift, the building will be named the Tsotsis Family Academic Center, an ambitious endeavor that will provide a state-of-the-art and distinct learning center for Assumption students.


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