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Prof. Beth Salerno Receives 2011 AAUP Distinguished Faculty Award

Prof. Beth Salerno Receives 2011 AAUP Distinguished Faculty Award

05/21/2011
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... Read More

Saint Anselm College Offers Three New Majors

Saint Anselm College Offers Three New Majors

05/31/2011
Peace and Justice Studies, Environmental Politics and Sustainability, and Physics are now among the 38 choices of study that students can consider for the Fall 2011 semester. American Studies, Elementary Education Studies, and Communication were added in to the roster of majors in the 2010-2011 acad... Read More

Odyssey Writing Workshop to Hold its 16th Summer Session at Saint Anselm College

Odyssey Writing Workshop to Hold its 16th Summer Session at Saint Anselm College

06/02/2011
More than a dozen writers from the United States, Canada, Sweden and Australia will meet on the Saint Anselm College campus this summer to participate in the 16th annual Odyssey Fantasy Writing Workshop. From June 6 to July 15, writers of science fiction, horror and fantasy fiction will hone their c... Read More

Republican Candidates Meet in Early Primary Debate

Republican Candidates Meet in Early Primary Debate

06/15/2011
Seven Republican candidates for the U.S. presidency met before a worldwide television audience on June 13 in the New Hampshire Republican Presidential Debate at Saint Anselm College's Sullivan Arena. More than 300 journalists were on campus, as well as 100 or so staff members of CNN, which sponsored... Read More

Work Continues this Summer at Archaeology Dig in Italy

Work Continues this Summer at Archaeology Dig in Italy

06/24/2011
Over the past six seasons, they have uncovered evidence for occupation of the site dating from the 8th c. BCE all the way to the 16th c. CE (as well as random realia from World War II). To date, the site's strongest phases are Etruscan and Roman (Republican, Early Imperial, and Late Antique).... Read More

Retired Boston FBI Head Warren Bamford '80 Comments on the Capture of Mobster Whitey Bulger

Retired Boston FBI Head Warren Bamford '80 Comments on the Capture of Mobster Whitey Bulger

06/24/2011
Reached for comment by the Eagle Tribune after the arrest of Bulger, Bamford said "notorious gangsters like [Bulger] don't just launder money, loanshark, intimidate, and brutally murder people. They also meticulously plan their own escape strategies..."... Read More

International Relations Major Speaks About Debt Crisis at DC Conference

International Relations Major Speaks About Debt Crisis at DC Conference

07/27/2011
Troubled about the Congressional gridlock on raising the country's debt ceiling, international relations major, Marissa Serafino, joined a student coalition that put her in front of the microphone at a nationally televised press conference.... Read More

Saint Anselm Earns High Marks on Forbes, Princeton Review Rankings

Saint Anselm Earns High Marks on Forbes, Princeton Review Rankings

08/04/2011
Saint Anselm College ranks 85 this year among America's Top Colleges, an annual ranking prepared for Forbes. It also is among Princeton Review's 376 Best American Colleges, scoring high marks in the Best Campus Food and Most Beautiful Campus categories.... Read More

Hills in Echo: Charles Curtis Allen, N.A., American Painter

Hills in Echo: Charles Curtis Allen, N.A., American Painter

08/19/2011
The Chapel Art Center is pleased to organize this exhibition of works by New England artist Charles Curtis Allen, N.A., 1886-1950. A member of the group of painters who immediately followed the famous "Boston School," Allen trained at the Worcester Museum School under Hermann Dudley Murphy and Phili... Read More

Students Walk for Charity

Students Walk for Charity

08/19/2011
A total of 40 Saint Anselm College students will walk 130 miles in eight days starting Saturday, Aug. 20, when they leave Lewiston, Maine, for Saint Anselm College on the 13th annual Road for Hope.... Read More

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