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Saint Anselm to Honor MLK with Lectures and the Arts

Saint Anselm to Honor MLK with Lectures and the Arts

01/14/2011

Saint Anselm College will honor the memory of the Rev. Martin Luther King with a program of lectures, volunteer service, and the arts that will run from Jan. 17 through Feb. 11... Read More

Saint Anselm to Offer Degree Program for Working Nurses

Saint Anselm to Offer Degree Program for Working Nurses

12/16/2010

Saint Anselm has created a flexible and affordable way for registered nurses with an associates degree to earn a bachelor of science degree in nursing. Starting in May 2011, RNs will be able to transfer their associate degree courses to the college, and complete their BSN in as little as 15 months.... Read More

In Memoriam: Long Time History Professor John "Jack" Lynch '44

In Memoriam: Long Time History Professor John "Jack" Lynch '44

12/03/2010

John A. Lynch, professor emeritus of history and a member of the Class of 1944, died December 11 at The Lahey Clinic following a brief illness. He was 89.... Read More

Sweet Success: Business Students Take Top Prize in Restaurant Challenge

Sweet Success: Business Students Take Top Prize in Restaurant Challenge

11/18/2010

Seven weeks of business courses, paired with hours of research, market analysis, and taste testing concluded with the selection of a Saint Anselm College team as The Common Man restaurants' Cupcake Challenge winner. Consideration were made for the business students' market research, poise, professio... Read More

Nursing Alumna '07 is Recognized for Patient Care

Nursing Alumna '07 is Recognized for Patient Care

11/09/2010

The New Hampshire Nursing Association has named Danielle Salvas '07 New Hampshire Direct Care Nurse of the Year... Read More

Saint Anselm Gets $1.2 Million for Biomedical Research

Saint Anselm Gets $1.2 Million for Biomedical Research

11/09/2010

The college has been awarded $1.2 million from a National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant that is designed to create a biomedical research network in New Hampshire. The award is part of a $15.4-million NIH grant for the state's IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence... Read More

Student's Starfish Paper Published

Student's Starfish Paper Published

11/08/2010

Nina Pelletier's paper, "Threat of Ocean Acidification to Echinoderms," is featured in a peer-reviewed scientific Web journal for undergraduates... Read More

Sarah Duffy '11 Dives into Her Research

Sarah Duffy '11 Dives into Her Research

11/04/2010

Sarah Duffy '11 spent last summer fighting alien invaders. She was an intern on a biological control project aimed at Eurasian watermilfoil, a weed that is taking over lakes throughout the country. It was part of a multi-agency project... Read More

Dr. J Explains Four Song Regions of the Mourning Warbler

Dr. J Explains Four Song Regions of the Mourning Warbler

10/22/2010

In this podcast, Professor Jay Pitocchelli discusses the four regions of Mourning Warbler song that he has observed. Dr. J shares some of his audio recordings from each of the geographic and dialectic regions: Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Eastern, and Western... Read More

Chasing the Mourning Warbler

Chasing the Mourning Warbler

10/22/2010

In this podcast, Biology Professor Jay Pitocchelli discusses his research, use of technology, and the art of bringing the two together in pursuit of science... Read More

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