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Professor Wins Grant to Assess Mussel Population
Biology Professor Barry Wicklow has received two grants totaling $162,688 to assess the conservation status of the brook floater mussel....
Professor Rizzo Earns President’s Good Steward Award
Dr. Steven DiSalvo, president of the college, selected Elaine Rizzo, professor of criminal justice, to receive the 2014 President’s Good Steward Award from Campus Compact of New Hampshire....
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....
Professor Kimberly Kersey Asbury Participates in Exhibition
Professor Kimberly Kersey Asbury, of the Fine Arts Department, participated in a two-person exhibition entitled "TERRE LIBRIS: Artist Books" at the University of Missouri-Columbia on July 15th-28th....
Professor Focuses on Social Implications of JFK Assassination
A half century after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the tragedy and its dramatic aftermath continue to fascinate the American public, including today's college students....
Professor Emeritus Roger W. Lawrence '48 Passes Away
Roger William Lawrence, member of the Class of 1948 and professor emeritus of Saint Anselm College, died on November 16 at the New Hampshire Veterans Nursing Home in Tilton, N.H....
Professor Emeritus Richard F. Hechtl Passes Away
Richard Hechtl, associate professor emeritus and former chair of the psychology department, died Wednesday, May 29. ...
Professor Emeritus Paul Damour '58 Passes Away
Dr. Paul Lawrence Damour, Saint Anselm College Class of 1958 and professor emeritus of chemistry, passed away on January 30 in Bedford, N.H....
Professor Documents Seabird's First State Appearance
Hurricane Irene brought biology professor Jay Pitocchelli an unexpected chance to obtain a bird specimen never before recorded in New Hampshire. It was the first state record for a White-tailed Tropicbird. It was found on August 30 in Claremont, N.H. following the hurricane. ...
Professor David George in "Popular Archaeology" Magazine
Archaeologists are scratching their heads about an underground pyramid-shaped structure they have been excavating beneath the historic medieval town of Orvieto in Italy. But it may not be a mystery forever. They hope to find answers as they continue to tease artifacts and architectural materials fro...