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      ...elopment of its future leaders. For more than 30 years, the Springfield Regional Chamber, in partnership with Western New England University, have presented the annual Leadership Institute, which runs for four consecutiv...
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  2. About Western New England University

    Western New England University

    Western New England College is a private college in Springfield, Massachusetts featuring graduate, undergraduate and law degree programs.

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    1. The primary benefit is that the name Western New England University better reflects the institution's growth, diversity, expanded graduate offerings and comprehensive nature.
      In Higher education institutions turn out a well-prepared workforce which helps attract business
    2. We think we have an outstanding product and we want to make Western New England university as affordable as we can to people in our region.
      In Western New England University announces business scholarship
    3. There is nothing more fulfilling than helping students shine among business professionals and helping them carve their reputation in the business community as up-and-coming graduates of Western New England University.
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