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Friday, December 21
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Harvard's Walton to be MLK speaker

Jonathan L. Walton, an acclaimed Harvard University author, social ethicist and religious scholar, will be keynote speaker on Monday, January 21, during Saint Michael’s College’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Convocation Week. Walton will spend the day at Saint Michael’s on Monday, speaking first during a faculty and staff convocation luncheon in the Dion Student Center at 11:45 p.m., and again at 4:30 p.m. as keynote speaker during the main MLK Convocation in the Chapel of Saint Michael the Archangel.

Thursday, December 20
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Four offered Presidential Scholarships

Presidential Scholarships would pay full tuition for four of Vermont’s best and brightest high school seniors accepted in mid-December as early-admission applicants to Saint Michael’s College. The Presidential Scholarship is a special award reserved for Vermont's top students attending Saint Michael's College. Awards begin at a minimum of $13,000 and go up to full-tuition – as with all four of this year’s recipients. The Presidential Scholarship can be renewed each year for a maximum of four years of full-time enrollment in good standing. Though they have not made their college decisions yet, those offered full rides at St. Mike’s through the prestigious scholarships are Jason Li of Mount Anthony Union High School in Bennington, Brook Hodgeman of Bellows Free Academy in Saint Albans, Cailey Comiskey of Missisquoi Valley Union High School in Swanton, and Kristina Harmon of Burr and Burton Academy in Londonderry.

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Davenport Brown named new development VP

Krystyna Davenport Brown, who has served Saint Michael’s College as associate vice president for development since November 2017, started work December 19 as the College’s new vice president for institutional advancement. Saint Michael’s President Lorraine Sterritt announced the news to the campus community on December 17. The Catholic liberal arts college in Colchester conducted a vigorous nationwide search in recent months to find the best person to lead its critical development efforts, Sterritt said, and in the end, found the strongest candidate in-house.

Tuesday, December 18
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World awaits St. Mike's study-abroad students

More than 70 students “will be traveling to places far and wide including China, Croatia, Iceland, India, South Africa, Ecuador, Washington, DC, and more," says Peggy Imai, director of the Study Abroad Office at Saint Michael's College.
Thursday, December 13
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Lacey funds to support studies in S. Africa, India

Supported by funds from the Brian Lacey ’72 International Fellowship in Social Justice, one Saint Michael’s College student, junior Alyssa Nye of Marblehead, MA, will spend a semester living, learning and serving in South Africa, and another, junior Rachel High of Cincinnati,OH, in India during the coming Spring 2019 semester. These two women will receive $2,500 apiece for intensive academic and experiential learning about cultures, language immersion and activities that promote social justice in their respective study-abroad locations.