May 03, 2012
With the end of the academic year Saint Anselm students are studying for finals, packing up apartments and saying goodbyes. They are also being recognized for academic achievements, athletics, research, and other special activities.
Nursing Pinning Ceremony
On April 28, 69 senior nursing majors received their Saint Anselm College nursing pins in the Nursing Pinning Ceremony at the Abbey Church. Senior Kelly Lenehan, of Malden, Mass. was given the Joanne K. Farley nursing award for exemplifying the qualities of Joanne Farley, the former Director of Nursing. Senior nursing major Carly Staab was selected as the student speaker and read her essay about nursing. Read the full story on the college blog.
Service and Solidarity Missions' Daniel P. Leahy Award
The Office of Campus Ministry awarded a Service and Solidarity Missions' participant: sophomore Christian Papazian with the Daniel P. Leahy Award. Papazian received the award for demonstrating the values embodied by the Service and Solidarity Missions Program and SBA founder, Dan Leahy.
Student Athlete Awards
The college and athletics department celebrated student athletes and athletic excellence on Monday, April 30 at the Dana Center. Each team recognized its most valuable player and six students were honored with special awards. Read the full story on the athletics website.
Charles J. Quinn Sportsmanship Award
Emma Furlone '14 - women's soccer
Ryan Holley '12 - men's ice hockey
Anselmian Athletic Club Student Athlete of the Year
Caitlin Forbes '13 - skiing
Marc Wilson '12, business - football
Senior Scholar-Athlete of the Year
Bianca Ciuffredo '12, psychology - cross country
Andrew Parker '12, international business - soccer
Albert J. Gordon Summer Research Fellow
Jacqueline Lavorgna, a junior majoring in international relations, will spend the summer on a research project at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics as the 2012 Albert J. Gordon Summer Research Fellow. The fellowship offers an opportunity for an outstanding student or recent alumnus to gain experience that will be valuable in postgraduate and professional pursuits related to public policy and public affairs.
Paul S. Coleman Volunteer and Service Awards Ceremony
On Wednesday, March 28, the college recognized 16 students at the 19th annual Paul S. Coleman Volunteer Service and Leadership awards ceremony. Read the full story.