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Resident IT Students Unwind With Faculty on Bowling Night


Camaraderie beyond the classroom
Camaraderie beyond the classroom
At left, Daniel W. Yoas, among the supportive faculty members on hand, and Taylor R. Lapointe, an information technology: information assurance and security concentration major from Pelham, N.H. and Resident Assistant for the living-learning community
At left, Daniel W. Yoas, among the supportive faculty members on hand, and Taylor R. Lapointe, an information technology: information assurance and security concentration major from Pelham, N.H. and Resident Assistant for the living-learning community
Thumbs-up for the chow-down
Thumbs-up for the chow-down
Faculty member Lisa R. Bock joins in the fun.
Faculty member Lisa R. Bock joins in the fun.

Fourteen students from the Information Technology Living-Learning Community in Dauphin Hall joined four faculty members from the School of Business and Computer Technologies – Denise S. Leete and Daniel W. Yoas, associate professors of computer information technology, and Lisa R. Bock and Anita R. Girton, assistant professors of computer information technology – for a recent evening of bowling and pizza at ABC Lanes on Park Avenue. The LLC regularly organizes educational and social programs for its residents, among the Residence Life Office’s varied living-learning communities across campus that bring out-of-class opportunities to students enrolled in the same academic majors.
Photos by Brian D. Walton, coordinator of matriculation and retention for the School of Business and Computer Technologies

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