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Professor and Student Receive Awards for Promoting Social Justice
Saint Anselm College presented the third annual Martin Luther King Jr. Social Justice Awards to Professor Jennifer Thorn and senior India Barrows during this year's Martin Luther King Jr. Dinner on January 19....
Prof. Beth Salerno Receives 2011 AAUP Distinguished Faculty Award
This award is given each year "for excellence in teaching and scholarship, contributions to the academic community through active and positive relations with colleagues and students, and an involved concern for humanity." Saint Anselm prides itself on a faculty that are experts in their field and di...
Princeton Review Ranks College 10th for Food, 13th for Community Service
Saint Anselm College was named among the country's best institutions for undergraduate education in The Princeton Review's 2016 edition of "The 380 Best Colleges."...
Pre-Orientation Program Helps Acclimate New Students
Sixty-four first-year students got a head start on making friends, seeing new places, and challenging themselves to try new things, all before they arrived on campus for New Student Orientation this fall, thanks to Passages, Saint Anselm College's adventure leadership program for new students....
Pre-Orientation Program Adds Two New Trips for First-year Students
Four "Passages" pre-orientation trips will take thirty-six first-year students to the Champlain region of Vermont, the Adirondack Mountains in New York, historic Gettysburg and the coast of Maine....
Politics Professor in the News
Politics Professor Christopher Galdieri is in the news discussing the State of the Union and the upcoming New Hampshire presidential primary. ...
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 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. ...
'Pokemon Go' Gets People Out and About
The new fad of "Pokemon Go" has many potential good consequences, according to Loretta Brady, Ph.D., professor of psychology and co-director of the Media Engagement and Developmental Impact Lab at Saint Anselm College....