Major NIH grant to fund Kirshenbaum’s E-cigarette study

“E-cigarettes initially were developed as a cessation tool for tobacco dependence, but now it appears they are also a tool for introducing young adults to other tobacco products,” says Ari Kirshenbaum of the Saint Michael’s College Psychology Department faculty, who has received a $365,865 grant from the National Institutes of Health to support his research […]

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Veteran’s garden research both academic and practical

Last year when he began working with fellow veterans and other community partners in the Saint Michael’s College organic garden, Chris Boutin ’18 knew he was onto something – but he wasn’t sure exactly what the next year’s full outgrowth might be. This past week that “something” came into sharper focus when the Marine veteran […]

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Jonathan Tortolano to present solo cello concert Aug. 29

Jonathan Tortolano will give a concert of music for solo cello on Tuesday, August 29, 2017 at 12:15 p.m. in the Chapel at Saint Michael’s College.  A native of Underhill, he is a resident in Toronto and holds dual citizenship with the United States and Canada. Tortolano is Professor of Cello at The Royal Conservatory […]

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Surprises, adjustments all part of summer research

One by one, Saint Michael’s College mentored summer research students stood by their tables in Alliot Hall Tuesday to describe their challenges, surprises, adjustments and early outcomes from more than a month of wide-ranging work. Nearly an hour later when they were done, Karen Talentino, vice president for academic affairs and a sponsor through her […]

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Religion scholar Kroger’s death saddens campus

A well-attended prayer service on Thursday afternoon, July 20, in the Chapel honored the life and career of Joseph Kroger, who died July 19 from complications arising after heart surgery. His unexpected death shook and saddened Kroger’s wide circle of admiring colleagues and friends in the Saint Michael’s College community, which he served as professor […]

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Dean’s List Announcement

Congratulations to students named to Saint Michael’s College Dean’s List for Spring 2017.

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Colombian, Japanese English-learners form bonds

View a photo gallery of Colombians and Japanese having fun together>> A “perfect symbiotic relationship” is how Dan Evans, director of the College’s English Language programs, described 55 summer English-learners — 31 from Colombia, 24 from Japan this year — who share quarters, take classes together and become a close family in three weeks together […]

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College included in Fiske Guide again for 2018

Saint Michael’s College is featured again in the 2018 Fiske Guide to Colleges, a highly selective guide to noteworthy schools in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. The 2018 edition of Fiske includes just 321 schools based on factors such as academic quality and student life. Saint Michael’s also appeared in the 2017 edition […]

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Peace Corps, College announce new Fellows Program

Peace Corps and Saint Michael’s College on July 5 announced the launch of a new Paul D. Coverdell Fellows program housed in the Applied Linguistics Department. The program offers graduate school scholarships to returned Peace Corps volunteers pursuing a Master of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. All program Fellows will complete internships in […]

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