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Notre Dame Partnership Combines Science and Business
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....
New Faculty Ready to Teach
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....
New Core Curriculum Renews Commitment to the Liberal Arts
Saint Anselm College has approved a new core curriculum that represents a renewed commitment to the liberal arts and the humanities, and is geared to rigorous learning outcomes, said Father Jonathan DeFelice, O.S.B., president of the college....
Month-Long Series Highlights Humanities and Sciences
Saint Anselm students are writing, performing, studying, researching, and creating. The results of their work include thesis papers, paintings, posters, and more, all of which are on display this month as part of SOAR, a celebration of student achievement....
Grant Gives Students Insight into Biomedical Research
This summer 14 Saint Anselm College students are in the labs on campus training and conducting grant-related and independent research....
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....
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. ...
Ebola Questions Answered by College Staff, Alumni
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....
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...