2018 Symposium is vibrant & impressive

View a photo gallery from Academic Symposium>> Saint Michael’s College students from every discipline stood and delivered impressive research as part of oral presentations during the Friday and Saturday portions of the annual Academic Symposium Week, and on Saturday during a major Poster and Digital Presentation extravaganza in the Dion Family Student Center. The chief […]

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National Honor Society Inductions 2018

In April, Saint Michael’s College takes the time to recognize its students for their outstanding achievements in the classroom. Last week, the college hosted a number of National Honors Society Induction Ceremonies to celebrate students who have exceled in their respective fields of study this year. Seven National Honors Societies held their induction ceremonies for […]

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Saint Michael’s shines on new ratings-website lists

“College Consensus” — a new college ratings website that aggregates publisher rankings and student reviews — recently published their ranking of the “Best National Liberal Arts Colleges 2018,” placing Saint Michael’s College at No. 80. Other College Consensus lists for 2018 place Saint Michael’s at No. 3 among ‘”Schools in Vermont” (coming in ahead of […]

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Business honors group hears professor

A successful graduate and a popular retiring veteran instructor shared wisdom as the Saint Michael’s Department of Business Administration and Accounting held its 15th Induction Ceremony of the Saint Michael’s College chapter of Sigma Beta Delta, an international honor society that recognizes outstanding academic scholarship and achievement for students in business, management, and administration. The […]

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Tortolano to give organ concert

The acoustically reverberant Saint Michael’s College Chapel will feature the two-manual, 16-stop Casavant pipe organ in concert on Tuesday, May 22, 2018 at 7:30 p.m., when Dr. William Tortolano, professor emeritus of fine arts and College organist emeritus, will perform an eclectic program Tortolano was the founder of the Saint Michael’s Fine Arts Department and […]

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Jobs picture strong for accounting grads

A recent networking event for Saint Michael’s College accounting students with successful alumni accountants, considered alongside a recent Business Department profile about the career prospects of St. Mike’s accounting graduates, paints an optimistic employment picture for one of the College’s most popular majors. Ten Saint Michael’s College accounting alumni who graduated between 2003 and 2015 […]

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Fulbrighters heading to Malaysia, Spain, Brazil

Three Saint Michael’s College students and a recent graduate learned this week that they have been awarded Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Scholarships, making this “the most successful student Fulbright Scholarship year in the school’s history,” according to Patricia Siplon, professor of political science and the College’s undergraduate fellowship coordinator for the past five years. The […]

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Guenther makes case against solitary confinement

How often do the non-incarcerated think about what goes on behind prison walls? Students and faculty members were called to do just that at the annual Sutherland Lecture on Wednesday afternoon by guest speaker Lisa Guenther, entitled “The Living Death of Solitary Confinement and the Power of Collective Resistance.” The lecture offered unique insights into […]

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Five awarded funds for Hong Kong studies

Five Saint Michael’s College students learned in December that they have been awarded scholarships from the Freeman Foundation to participate in two-month professional internships in their specific fields of study in Hong Kong from June 17 to August 11, 2018. The students are Alex Otten, class of 2019, Dagmar Charity Lee Wright, class of 2020, […]

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Mayor Landrieu to speak at Commencement

The 2018 Commencement speaker at Saint Michael’s College on May 13 at 10 a.m. in the Ross Sports Center will be New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, whose leadership in the removal of Confederate monuments last year led to his powerful and nationally acclaimed speech about the matter a year ago. Landrieu learned recently that he will […]

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