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Young Alumni Named to "40 Under Forty" List
Two members of the Saint Anselm Class of 2004, John Stewart and Michael Skelton, have been named to the New Hampshire Union Leader "40 Under Forty" list. ...
Women Leaders to Speak at Saint Anselm College
Two of the country's most inspiring women will speak on the Saint Anselm College campus in June. Girl Scouts USA's CEO Anna Maria Chavez and former Massachusetts acting governor Jane Swift are scheduled to participate in two separate women's leadership programs that coincide at Saint Anselm between ...
U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte Speaks to Politics Students
Sen. Kelly Ayotte recently took a break from her duties in Washington to visit Saint Anselm College and the New Hampshire Institute of Politics. ...
Transnational Terrorism Expert in The Union Leader
Recent political violence in Europe has put Saint Anselm politics professor Erik Cleven in the media spotlight for his expertise on the subject of transnational terrorism and community violence....
Thirty-Nine Students Inducted into Honor Society
Thirty-nine students were inducted into Saint Anselm College's National Honor Society for achieving academic excellence...
Thirteen New Faculty Join College Community
Astronomy, nursing, and social deviance are just a few of the subjects taught by 13 new faculty members who joined the campus community this fall....
The NHIOP and Political Library Opens the Bridges House Exhibit
The NHIOP and Political Library has opened the Bridges House Exhibit featuring historical items on loan from the Bridges House Historical Collection and first families of the State of New Hampshire. The exhibit will run through April 30....
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....
Students Receive Year-End Awards
A number of Saint Anselm College students are receiving recognition for academic achievements, athletics, research and other special activities. ...
Students Live and Learn Together in First LLC Course
As the fall semester comes to a close, so too does the college's first course to put the often-heard phrase "living-learning community" into practice. Sixteen students in Professor Josephson's course live together as well as go to class together....