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Professors Begin Summer Projects

Professors Begin Summer Projects

05/21/2015

Saint Anselm College professors will have a busy summer taking advantage of the time for research, writing, and traveling.... Read More

Students Present at New Hampshire Public Health Association

Students Present at New Hampshire Public Health Association

04/13/2015

On April 4, two seniors presented their spring internship projects at the New Hampshire Public Health Association Annual Meeting (NHPHA) in Concord, N.H. ... Read More

97% of the Class of 2014 Employed, in School, Volunteering

97% of the Class of 2014 Employed, in School, Volunteering

04/13/2015

Within six months of graduating, 97% of the class of 2014 had a job, were continuing their education, or were volunteering full-time.... Read More

S.O.A.R. Program Showcases Student Work

S.O.A.R. Program Showcases Student Work

04/08/2015

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.). ... Read More

Thirty-Nine Students Inducted into Honor Society

Thirty-Nine Students Inducted into Honor Society

02/24/2015

Thirty-nine students were inducted into Saint Anselm College's National Honor Society for achieving academic excellence... Read More

Alumnus Named Director of U.S. Army Chemical and Biological Center

Alumnus Named Director of U.S. Army Chemical and Biological Center

02/13/2015

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.... Read More

Alumnus John Little Preserves Wild Rivers

Alumnus John Little Preserves Wild Rivers

12/19/2014

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."... Read More

Notre Dame Partnership Combines Science and Business

Notre Dame Partnership Combines Science and Business

12/04/2014

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.... Read More

Ebola Questions Answered by College Staff, Alumni

Ebola Questions Answered by College Staff, Alumni

10/23/2014

The Ebola epidemic in West Africa is a concern for travelers, health care workers, and others. On campus and further afield, members of the Saint Anselm College community are dealing with the issues and concerns it brings to their work and their lives.... Read More

New Faculty Ready to Teach

New Faculty Ready to Teach

08/26/2014

Seven assistant professors join the college's distinguished faculty this fall, bringing teaching and research experience in areas such as Alzheimer's Disease, African history, and the reason why snakes flick their tongues.... Read More

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