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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....
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....
RN to BSN Graduates 15 Students
Fifteen members of Saint Anselm College's RN to BSN Program graduated in May. Nine of the 15 walked at the college's 121st commencement exercises on Saturday, May 17....
Spring 2014 Dean's List
Saint Anselm is pleased to announce that 735 students were named to the Dean's List for the spring semester of the 2013-2014 academic year. ...
Students Develop Research Skills Through Summer Grant
This summer, students are studying viruses that can kill antibiotic-resistant human pathogens and observing how sunfish choose their mates through the NH-INBRE program....
Professors Have Big Plans for Summer
Between commencement on the quad and the start of fall classes, Saint Anselm College professors are busy doing research, designing new courses, writing books, and having almost as much fun as their students....
College Celebrates Study of the Humanities
On April 29, Saint Anselm College will celebrate the humanities in a program called "Portraits Along the Way: A Tribute to the Humanities Program."...
Nursing Students Explore Health System in Italy
Students in the course "Cultural Diversity in Health and Illness" will get a first-hand look at how a health care system operates in a foreign country on a unique trip to Rome and Florence, Italy....
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. ...
Nursing Professor Mixes Digital Learning with Parkinson’s Fellowship
Students who take Associate Professor Caryn Sheehan's class, "Care of the Elderly and Chronically Ill," have a special understanding of the issues facing people with Parkinson's disease....