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Any visitor to Sacred Heart’s Chapel of the Holy Spirit is struck by its artistry. There is symbolism everywhere you look, beautifully portraying spirituality, compassion and God’s love. Look, for example, at the magnificent mosaic on the back wall. David Coppola, SHU’s senior vice president of administration and planning, recently called attention to a portion of it during an event marking the chapel’s 10th anniversary. He noted the placement of Jesus’ hand in relation to Eve. Jesus is pulling Eve up, toward his sacred heart, Coppola said—the ultimate sign of compassion and love. The scene expresses the joys, hopes, grief and anguish of people today.
Sacred Heart University has achieved recognition from the Military Times and College Factual organizations as a top school for veterans. “Sacred Heart University is dedicated to our military heroes and their families,” said Kathy Dilks, director of graduate, international and veteran student affairs. “The University and its dedicated team members who work with veterans make a concerted effort to create a seamless process from the moment they consider SHU, to the point of graduation and beyond. We are there step by step to encourage and assist. We are pleased to be recognized for the great work that is done for these amazing students.”
一道本不卡免费高清Sacred Heart University received two grants that will fund the upcoming SHU Bridge Portal program. This effort will bring together Sacred Heart education students and, eventually, Bridgeport Public School students interested in careers in public education to create an educator pipeline development program. “The goal of this program is to re-engage Sacred Heart with the Bridgeport public schools,” said Michael Alfano, dean of the Isabelle Farrington College of Education.