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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....
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...
Students Receive Year-End Awards
A number of Saint Anselm College students are receiving recognition for academic achievements, athletics, research and other special activities. ...
Students Experience Hands-on Biology in Belize
Nine Saint Anselm College students and two faculty members traveled to Belize May 15 - 29 as part of the course, Field Studies in Tropical Biology: Belize....
Students Conduct Summer Research Through INBRE Grant
This summer 14 Saint Anselm College students are on campus conducting research funded by the New Hampshire INBRE program, which aims to increase biomedical research within the state. While supporting faculty projects, it emphasizes student participation in training, lab work, and independent researc...
Student Scholarship for Internships, deadline: APRIL 1
Saint Anselm students interested in unpaid, full-time summer internships may apply for the Kevin J. Gould Career Advantage Scholarship, which will award up to ten students with scholarships....
Student EMTs Lauded for Quick Response
Student members of Saint Anselm College Emergency Medical Services were recently honored by New Hampshire Department of Safety for their dedication and service to the campus community. ...
Student Art and Research Showcased Through S.O.A.R.
Saint Anselm students across disciplines will have their work showcased through the college's S.O.A.R. program....
Seven Biology Majors Awarded Biomedical Research Grants
Through the grants each student focuses on a unique area of biology with the help of a faculty advisor who oversees their work....
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...