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Alumnus Gift Funds New DNA Machine
Thanks to the generosity of Dr. Joseph V. St. Clair DVM '59 and his wife, Jean, biology students now have immediate access to a quantitative DNA machine at Saint Anselm...
Students Experience Tropical Biology in Belize
Eleven Saint Anselm College students and two faculty members spent May 18-29 studying the complex biological ecosystems of Belize through the global seminar course: Field Studies in Tropical Biology. ...
Professors Begin Summer Projects
Saint Anselm College professors will have a busy summer taking advantage of the time for research, writing, and traveling....
Students Present at New Hampshire Public Health Association
On April 4, two seniors presented their spring internship projects at the New Hampshire Public Health Association Annual Meeting (NHPHA) in Concord, N.H. ...
97% of the Class of 2014 Employed, in School, Volunteering
Within six months of graduating, 97% of the class of 2014 had a job, were continuing their education, or were volunteering full-time....
S.O.A.R. Program Showcases Student Work
Throughout the month of April, students are presenting their papers, speeches, artwork, research, and interactive projects through the college's program series Showcasing Our Art and Research (S.O.A.R.). ...
Thirty-Nine Students Inducted into Honor Society
Thirty-nine students were inducted into Saint Anselm College's National Honor Society for achieving academic excellence...
Alumnus Named Director of U.S. Army Chemical and Biological Center
Joseph Corriveau, a 1981 biology graduate, has been appointed director of the federal laboratory that oversees research and development of solutions for chemical and biological defense of American soldiers and the nation....
Alumnus John Little Preserves Wild Rivers
On December 12, the U.S. Senate passed a bill that John Little '82 has been working toward for the past decade. The bill officially designates the Missisquoi River in northern Vermont as "wild and scenic."...
Notre Dame Partnership Combines Science and Business
On Dec. 3, a group of students interested in science and business learned about a one-year master’s program through the University of Notre Dame that can help them launch their careers....