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Four Students Receive Science Awards
Four sophomores will receive full scholarships funded by the Clare Boothe Luce Program of the Henry Luce Foundation. The awards are for the students' final two years of studies....
Tropical Field Studies in Belize
Saint Anselm College students studied in Belize last summer. The neotropical rainforests and coral reefs of the Central American country are two of the most species-rich ecosystems on earth....
Dr. J Explains Four Song Regions of the Mourning Warbler
In this podcast, Professor Jay Pitocchelli discusses the four regions of Mourning Warbler song that he has observed. Dr. J shares some of his audio recordings from each of the geographic and dialectic regions: Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Eastern, and Western...
Chasing the Mourning Warbler
In this podcast, Biology Professor Jay Pitocchelli discusses his research, use of technology, and the art of bringing the two together in pursuit of science...
Sarah Duffy '11 Dives into Her Research
Sarah Duffy '11 spent last summer fighting alien invaders. She was an intern on a biological control project aimed at Eurasian watermilfoil, a weed that is taking over lakes throughout the country. It was part of a multi-agency project...
Student's Starfish Paper Published
Nina Pelletier's paper, "Threat of Ocean Acidification to Echinoderms," is featured in a peer-reviewed scientific Web journal for undergraduates...
Saint Anselm Gets $1.2 Million for Biomedical Research
The college has been awarded $1.2 million from a National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant that is designed to create a biomedical research network in New Hampshire. The award is part of a $15.4-million NIH grant for the state's IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence...
Saint Anselm Welcomes New Faculty
Saint Anselm welcomes 12 new full time faculty members for the beginning of the 2011-2012 academic year....
Professor Documents Seabird's First State Appearance
Hurricane Irene brought biology professor Jay Pitocchelli an unexpected chance to obtain a bird specimen never before recorded in New Hampshire. It was the first state record for a White-tailed Tropicbird. It was found on August 30 in Claremont, N.H. following the hurricane....
Biology Professor's Running Research in New York Times
Peter Larson, a Saint Anselm College associate professor of biology, was featured in a New York Times Magazine article on Sunday, Nov. 6, for his research on the biomechanics of running. Larson, an evolutionary biologist, is interested in how your foot strikes the ground when you run and what type o...