Barry Roy ’67 leaves Saint Michael’s largest single gift in school history

Class of 1967 alumnus and longtime Trustee Barry Roy bequeathed $4 million to Saint Michael’s College through his estate, the largest single gift in the school’s 117-year history, College officials […]

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Karen Talentino certified as ‘Climate Reality Leader’

Karen Talentino, professor of biology/environmental science and the former vice president for academic affairs at Saint Michael’s College, this past summer completed a two-week training session to become certified as […]

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Congratulations to December 2020 graduates

Congratulations to this year’s December 2020 Saint Michael’s College graduates. We celebrate the achievement of these new alumni even though it was not possible to hold the traditional winter graduation […]

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Easement boosts vibrant Natural Area and its ecology

Saint Michael’s College has become the first Vermont higher education institution to work with a federal wetlands easement program in the long-term preservation of natural habitat, reducing harmful phosphorous runoff […]

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Fall 2020 Dean’s List

Congratulations to students named to Saint Michael’s College Dean’s list for Fall 2020! Click the following bold link to view: Fall 2020 Dean’s List Qualifications for Dean’s List A student […]

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Career coaching a passion for Tim Birmingham ’02

Tim Birmingham’s value to clients of the Saint Michael’s College Career Education Center, where he has worked since 2018 as a Career Education Coach, is plain to read in the […]

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Lacey funds to support public health studies in Nepal

Supported by funds from the Brian Lacey ’72 International Fellowship in Social Justice, Saint Michael’s College junior Alexyah Dethvongsa ’22 — an international relations and public health double major with […]

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Adaptations keep engineering bridge project structurally sound

Before the recent semester began, Saint Michael’s College engineering Professor Barbara O’Donovan met with the technical coordinator of the College’s MakerSpace, Eric Roy, to discuss an upcoming project for her […]

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Courtney Burt ’18 helps meet technical demand for MIT business school

With demands for remote learning vastly increasing in the pandemic, more colleges and universities are seeking expert guidance in “digital transformation” — a popular business buzzword of recent years referring […]

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Book talks allow wider reflection on racism, other issues

Saint Michael’s English Professor Lorrie Smith joined Jacob Pelletier, assistant director of alumni engagement, on Thursday, November 19 to lead an online discussion of Angie Thomas’ book The Hate U […]

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