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Dr. Arlene Rodriguez

Vice President of Academic Affairs

Springfield Technical Community College

Direct Phone: (413) ***-****       

Email: a***@***.edu

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Springfield Technical Community College

One Armory Square

Springfield, Massachusetts 01102

United States

Company Description

STCC alumni are the pillars of the community in western Massachusetts . We are the local business owners, teachers, executive managers, health care providers, technicians and so much more that you interact with on a daily basis. As we begin to reinstitute ... more

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Background Information

Education

Ph.D program

UMass

degrees

English

Fordham University

doctorate

University of Massachusetts

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Currently a Springfield resident, Dr. Arlene Rodriguez grew up in New York City, spending each of her summers in Aibonito, Puerto Rico, a rural mountain town where her parents' roots grow deep. Life in New York taught her an appreciation for an expansive, fast-paced city life with all peoples, cultures, and languages, while Aibonito showed her the importance of family, neighbors, and their stories.
Born in The Bronx to parents who never finished high school, Dr. Rodriguez, the youngest of four, learned to read by reading articles aloud from the newspaper to her mother as she cooked breakfast every morning. At a young age she developed a love for the written word devouring everything from newspapers to magazines and classic literature.
Dr. Rodriguez speaks English and Spanish, and longs to add Italian to that list. Her love of literature led her to earn three degrees in English, including her undergraduate one from Fordham University, a master's from Lehigh University, and her doctorate from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.
Dr. Rodriguez has been a journalist and a short-fiction writer. For over 10 years, she taught English at Springfield Technical Community College. She has served as the college's dean of the School of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences from 2005-2015, when she was then promoted to Vice President of Academic Affairs, the first Latina to serve in that position.
She volunteers her time by serving on several local boards and committees, among them the YWCA Board of Directors; Springfield's Rosa Parks Day Organizing Committee which featured an array of nationally known figures associated with the civil rights struggles of the 1960s and contemporary human rights campaigns; Ward 7 Democratic Springfield City Committee; the Springfield Armory Council, as well as the Board of Tribunes and Latino Advisory Board for WBGY, Springfield's public television station.


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SPRINGFIELD, Mass., April 18, 2016- The Professional Women's Chamber (PWC) has announced that Dr. Arlene Rodriguez, vice president of academic affairs for Springfield Technical Community College has been named the PWC 2016 Woman of the Year.

The Woman of the Year is presented to a woman in the western Massachusetts area who exemplifies outstanding leadership, professional accomplishment, and service to the community. his award has been given annually since 1954 and is publically recognized as one of the most prestigious honors given to any citizen for distinguished service and selfless giving.
"We are thrilled with this year's honoree - a truly inspiring and accomplished woman like Dr. Rodriguez," said PWC Board President Janet Casey.
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AT STCC, Dr. Rodriguez oversees all faculty in the academic schools at the College and formerly was the College's dean of the School of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. he has also served as the Honors College coordinator and professor at the College and is the first Latina vice president of academic affairs at the College.
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Born in The Bronx to parents who never finished high school, Dr. Rodriguez, the youngest of four, learned to read by reading articles aloud from the newspaper to her mother as she cooked breakfast every morning. At a young age she developed a love for the written word devouring everything from newspapers to magazines and classic literature.
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Dr. Rodriguez resides in Springfield, MA.


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Arlene Rodriguez Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs One Armory Square, P.O. Box 9000 Springfield, MA 01105 W (413) 755-4440

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