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Professor Mary Kate Donais On X-Ray Fluorescence and Archaeology
Saint Anselm Chemistry Professor Mary Kate Donais, Ph.D. is working with x-ray fluorescence technology and tools that are helping archaeologists better preserve their findings at digs....
New Exhibition Space Extends Learning to Residence Hall
The Living and Learning Commons (LLC), Saint Anselm College’s newest residence Hall, continues the innovative blending of living and learning through new exhibition space in the form of six art cases installed on all three floors....
Marc LaForce Receives Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Humanitarian Award
On Tuesday, May 6, F. Marc LaForce, a member of the Class of 1960, received the 2015 Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Humanitarian Award....
Fine Arts Department Showcases Student Achievement
As the spring semester draws to a close, the fine arts department hosts events showcasing student work and achievement....
Senior Nursing Majors Receive Nurse's Pin
On Saturday, April 25, 87 senior nursing majors received their Saint Anselm College nurse’s pin in the pinning ceremony at the Abbey Church....
Politics & Eggs Brings Presidential Candidates to the NHIOP
As the 2016 New Hampshire primary approaches, the Politics & Eggs series is in full swing. Numerous potential presidential candidates have visited the Institute over the recent months....
Saint Anselm President Appointed to The New England Council
The New England Council, a non-partisan alliance of businesses, academic and health institutions, and public and private organizations, has elected New England residents Dr. Steven DiSalvo, President of Saint Anselm College, and Ted Scontras, Executive Vice President of the Bank of Maine, to serve o...
Saint Anselm Medal Awarded to Cardinal Lacroix
On Friday, April 24, the college awarded the Saint Anselm Medal for the second time in its history. Gerald Cyprien Cardinal Lacroix, I.S.P.X., Cardinal Archbishop of Quebec City and Primate of Canada, received the medal at a ceremony in the Abbey Church....
Business Students Network and Tour NYC Financial Firms
Last week on their annual trip to New York City, ten finance students and two professors visited iconic financial services sites and networked with alumni....
College Celebrates Shakespeare's 451st Birthday
The college celebrates Shakespeare's 451st birthday on April 23 as students, faculty, alumni and members of the community will gather to read all 154 sonnets and act out scenes from Shakespeare's plays....