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Alumni news
Salem State University Professor Ann Marie Gallo (MEd '95) of Medford, professor of sports movement science, received the 2019 Joseph McKenney Award from the Massachusetts Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (MAHPERD). The award will be presented to Gallo during the 26th annual MAHPERD Award Banquet at the Double Tree Hotel in Milford on Sunday, May 5. Given annually, the Joseph McKenney Award recognizes an individual's distinguished service to one or more of the professions within the association and is the highest honor a member can receive. Gallo was nominated for her enormous contributions to physical education for young people. Gallo began her work with children, which spans over the course of 33 years, as a K-8 physical education teacher at the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston in 1986. After, Gallo spent nine years as a secondary physical educator and coach at Minuteman Regional High school in Lexington from 1991-2000.
Campus Event
Cambridge College is proud to host Violence Transformed for a 5th year with an exhibition of art that reflects on the story of immigrants, refugees, asylum seekers and displaced people worldwide and here in America. The work of participating artists provokes us to consider the challenges faced by individuals and communities seeking safe and supportive existence. This exhibition underscores the commitment of Cambridge College to promote awareness of the struggles and triumphs of those we serve and to inspire action in support of those in need. The art exhibition runs through May 3rd. Interactive presentation is Friday, April 26th. Click through to see photos and video from the Opening Reception.