New changes in Academic Affairs leadership

Saint Michael’s College President Jack Neuhauser issued the following announcement on Thursday, June 28: “Dr. Karen Talentino will complete her term as Academic Vice-President at the end of June, 2018 and assume a full-time faculty position beginning with the fall 2018 semester. Karen will be available to confer with Dr. Sterritt during July and August […]

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SOAR visitors enjoy a head-start on college

SOAR, a four-day pre-orientation program for incoming Saint Michael’s College first-year students, welcomed 32 participants who were seeking a head-start on the college experience from Wednesday through Sunday, June 20-24. The acronym stands for Summer Orientation for Academic Excellence and Retention. According to the SOAR program web page, “SOAR is designed to be a fun […]

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Campus reading of fiery Douglass speech July 5

Join the Saint Michael’s College community on Thursday, July 5 at noon in the Durick Library Special Collections Room in a communal reading of the fiery July 5, 1852 speech in which the great abolitionist orator Frederick Douglass took exception to being asked to commemorate the signing of the Declaration of Independence. This is a […]

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College sends retirees off in style at Dion event

View a photo gallery of retirement gala>> A whole lot of Saint Michael’s history and service congregated in the Dion Family Student Center Roy Room late-afternoon Friday, June 15 – more than 663 years of it, to be exact. That was the tally reported by Patrick Gallivan, the College’s vice president for government and community […]

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Growth evident at summer research garden party

Hearing close to 40 students from across the arts and sciences articulately describe their newly begun research projects during Friday’s First Summer Research Lunch in the Teaching Gardens meant even more than usual for Saint Michael’s President Jack Neuhauser as his presidency winds down this month, given the priority he has placed on expanding such […]

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Faculty and Staff Career News

o read complete versions of these abbreviated news items where you see a live link, click to reach the faculty member’s personal page. Then visit that page’s “Recent News” tab, where this current item in fuller detail will be at the top. For staffers without a faculty page, the full text of each news item […]

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Founders Hall will be coming down, likely in 2019

Founders Hall, the most iconic Saint Michael’s building with sections dating to the College’s very beginnings, regrettably has outlived its useful life and will be taken down before the end of 2019. College leaders officially made their decision at the June meeting of the Trustees in a vote on the Operations and Audit Committee’s recommendation, […]

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Building named for founder Fr. Aubin at long last

Fr. Theophile Aubin — the French-born Edmundite priest most directly responsible at the dawn of the 20th Century for Saint Michael’s College coming into being at its present Winooski Park site — now has a building named for him on campus. The newly named Aubin Hall previously has been known since its 2013 construction simply as […]

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Loung Ung talks justice, activism

The author and Cambodian genocide survivor Loung Ung specifically credits her time as a political science major at Saint Michael’s College for kick-starting her role as an activist. Among the hundreds of alumni who gathered at Saint Michael’s College to celebrate reunion this weekend was Ung from the class of 1993. Her memoir First They Killed […]

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Reunion: memories, fun and paying it forward

See photo gallery from Reunion >> Campus-building-named-for-Aubin-at-last>> Nearly a thousand Saint Michael’s College alumni and other guests returned to campus for Reunion 2018, which featured a wide assortment of events from Thursday, May 31 through Sunday, June 1. The Class of 1968 broke records for attendance with 60 members of the class returning for their […]

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