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Politics Major Alyssa Hatem '12 Receives Attorney Award for Mock Trial Performance
Saint Anselm recently hosted the American Mock Trial Association's regional tournament where captain and co-founder of the college mock trial team, Alyssa Hatem '12, received the All Region Attorney Award. ...
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....
Political Strategist Patrick Griffin joins NHIOP
Longtime political strategist and analyst Patrick Griffin will join the institute as a senior fellow this spring to serve as a resource for students, faculty, and the media through the New Hampshire Presidential Primary next year....
Political Scholars Gather at College to Analyze Midterm Elections
On March 13-14, Saint Anselm College brought together 40 prominent political scientists and sociologists to analyze the outcomes and meanings of the most recent midterm elections at the biannual American Election Conference. ...
Political Director for the Obama Campaign Michael Cuzzi Talks Campaigning with Saint Anselm Students
Michael Cuzzi, who worked as Obama's Political Director during the 2012 election, gave a talk to more than 30 students called "Presidential Campaigning: The Hardest Job You'll Ever Love...and Why You'll Leave" as part of an informal Pizza & Politics event. ...
Peter Josephson Named New Bready Professor
Peter Josephson, associate professor of politics, has been named the new Richard L. Bready Professor of Ethics, Economics, and the Common Good....
Passing of Former Trustee Mary Anne Behnke
Mary Anne (Houran) Behnke, a former member of Saint Anselm College's Board of Trustees, passed away Dec. 22....
Passing of Alumna and Former Trustee Janet Carney
Dr. Janet Carney, a member of the Class of 1980 and a valued member of the college's Board of Trustees, died on July 9....
Passing of Jeanne Kenison, Professor Emerita
Jeanne Kenison, professor emerita and former chair of the economics and business department, died unexpectedly January 13....
Over 200 Students Register, Receive Absentee Ballots
The New Hampshire Institute of Politics & Political Library at Saint Anselm College and TurboVote helped more than 200 students register to vote, receive absentee ballots and voting date reminders in less than one month....