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2006 Alumna Named a "Rising Star"
Ashley (Fielding) Conley, was selected as one of New Hampshire's "Rising Stars" in a recent ceremony attended by Governor Maggie Hassan and 300 members of the state business community....
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....
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...
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."...
Alumnus Marc LaForce Receives Award for Vaccine Development
Saint Anselm alumnus F. Marc LaForce received one of the most prestigious honors in the field of global community health at a ceremony in Washington, D.C. on May 7. ...
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....
Biology Professor Conducts Fieldwork in Western U.S.
Biology professor Jay Pitocchelli is traveling the western United States and Canada this summer conducting fieldwork on the bird, the MacGillivray’s Warbler....
Biology Professor Helps Restore American Chestnut Tree
Biology profoessor Eric Berry is spending his summer working on a long-term project to re-introduce a blight-resistant chestnut tree into North America. ...
Biology Professor Peter Larson Publishes Book on Running
Biology professor Peter Larson publishes a book on running form, footwear, and injuries....
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...