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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....
Business Alumna Named Influential Young Professional
Business alumna and attorney, Colleen Karpinsky, has been named to "The Union Leader's" list of "40 Under 40" influential young professionals....
Students Study International Business in Panama
Fourteen Saint Anselm students are studying Panama's economy and culture first-hand during a weeklong study-tour as part of the spring semester business course, Discovering Business Abroad: Developing Markets....
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....
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....
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....
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....
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....
College Launches Ethics in Governance Forum
The forum aims to educate and inform New Hampshire business leaders, students, and the general public in the areas of ethical practices, investor education, and personal finance....
Focus on Faculty: The Financial Crisis
The current financial crisis has caused many to point the finger of blame at specific people, companies, and government officials. Is it really fair to heap all of our reproach on a few greedy bankers, lavish CEOs, and government bailouts? According to Professor Dale Kuehne of the politics departmen...