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Brian Bellows – A Short But Memorable Capitals Career

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Brian Bellows spent the last part of the 1997-1998 season and the entire 1998-1999 season with the Washington Capitals.  The Caps turned out to be the last team for which he played.  889 more words


Alumni Spotlight- Quyen Thai

Meet Quyen, an alumnus of our MPA program!

Mr. Thai recently graduated from our masters program this semester and he is starting a new position at the City of Tacoma as a senior plans examiner. 1,023 more words

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Growing our own: Doyon scholarships pave the way for Doyon careers

A Doyon Foundation scholarship recipient who graduated from the University of Alaska Fairbanks in 2016, Raymond Kangas is the son of Irene and Gary Kangas of Fairbanks. 535 more words

Capitals Alumni Profile – Dale Hunter

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With the Capitals recently going to Brooklyn to play the New York Islanders, their fans had one more opportunity to become riled up at Tom Wilson.  2,879 more words


Mary P. Lodato '82, RN, Recognized as a Top 100 Healthcare Professional by Strathmore's Who's Who Worldwide Publication

Patchogue, NY, December 05, 2017 –(PR.com)– Mary P. Lodato, RN of Patchogue, New York has been recognized as a Top 100 Healthcare Professional by Strathmore’s Who’s Who Worldwide for her outstanding contributions and achievements for over 42 years in the field of healthcare. 315 more words

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Faculty Spotlight: Fran Burns

Meet Fran, an alumna and now faculty member of our MPA program!

Fran Burns, Villanova alumna BA ’97, MPA ‘99, joined Villanova’s MPA program in Fall 2017 as a Professor of Practice after two decades of leadership in the City of Philadelphia. 590 more words

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Capitals Alumni Profile: Bengt-Ake Gustafsson

The Capitals have had a number of great centers in their 43-year history in the NHL. One of those centers was Swede Bengt Gustafsson. In NoVa Caps’ latest Capitals Alumni Profile, NoVa Caps’ Diane Doyle takes a look back at Gustafsson’s career. 864 more words