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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....
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....
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....
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....
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 Freshman Honor Society Inducts 113 Students for Academic Excellence
In its installation and first induction ceremony, the Alpha Lambda Delta National Academic Honor Society for Freshman inducted 113 students for achieving academic excellence in their first year of study in higher education....
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....
Notre Dame Representative Discusses Master's Program Partnership
Former CEO of Better World Books, David Murphy spoke to students about social entrepreneurship and Saint Anselm College's partnership with the University of Notre Dame....
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. ...
Professor Wins Grant to Assess Mussel Population
Biology Professor Barry Wicklow has received two grants totaling $162,688 to assess the conservation status of the brook floater mussel....