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Fall 2012 Dean's List
A total of 741 Saint Anselm students were named to the Dean's list for the fall semester of the 2012-2013 academic year. These students earned a grade point average of at least 3.0 for five courses of study....
Education Students Take Part in Mock Interviews
Saint Anselm students in the field of education received an education of there own during the department's annual mock interview event with area principals. ...
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...
College Welcomes Eight New Faculty
Meet Saint Anselm College's eight newest full-time faculty members for the 2013-2014 academic year....
Class of 2013 Finds Success Post-Graduation
Saint Anselm College's Class of 2013 graduated on May 18 but is already finding success. See where they're working, volunteering, and furthering their education....
Class of 2012 Employed and in Graduate School
Saint Anselm College's most recent graduates have found jobs or are pursuing further study, a recently completed survey found. In all, 98% of 2012 graduates are employed, in school, or engaged in service....
Chemistry Students Present Research at National Conference
15,000 attendees. 8,500 papers. 790 seminars. Six Saint Anselm College students. Like measurements for an experiment, these numbers produced the perfect results for the group of chemistry majors who traveled to the 244th American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition in Philadelphia August ...
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...
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...
Biology Professor Peter Larson Publishes Book on Running
Biology professor Peter Larson publishes a book on running form, footwear, and injuries....