Wildlife researchers advance efforts

Faculty and students from five Vermont colleges met at Saint Michael’s on Wednesday, July 25 to share their research on wildlife disease and related subjects. While the diseases in question were studied in animals, the meeting addressed some major human concerns. A large portion of the day was spent discussing Lyme disease’s virility, distribution, and […]

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New project merges music, psychology

Conor Macias ’19 describes the moment “the lightbulb went on” for him regarding an interesting and substantial summer research project idea to merge his majors in music and psychology. “I had just finished up my research methods class in psychology the semester prior when I saw a flyer about a meeting on summer research,” recalls […]

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Final summer research luncheon about transitions

“Transitions” felt like a theme during the final summer luncheon for student undergraduate researchers at Saint Michael’s College on Tuesday, July 24 in the Dion Family Student Center Roy Room, sponsored by the Academic Affairs office. Certainly the student reports about their eight weeks of focused mentored independent projects exploring a wide variety of topics […]

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Timmel ’19 among top U.S. undergrad researchers

An adventurous willingness to explore outside the box propelled Emma Timmel ’19 on the improbable path from her Florida hometown and Catholic high school to Saint Michael’s College, where now her advanced science scholarship and year-round research wows faculty mentors. Recently, another Timmel exploratory excursion impressed national science elites too. Her original research idea to […]

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Summer Excel class certifies

Six students studying business and accounting in the Saint Michael’s College Accelerated Summer College (ASC) traveled with their Professor Karen Popovich to Lyndon State College in Lyndon on Tuesday, June 26, to take the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Excel 2016 Core Certification. As part of their course, BU 111 Excel and Business Applications, offered by Popovich from the […]

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Sterritt meets with Fire & Rescue

Saint Michael’s College’s new President Lorraine Sterritt has spent much of her initial time on the job touring campus, meeting students, staff, and faculty, and truly getting to know her new community. “We’re neighbors,” she joked with Fire and Rescue staff and volunteers on Wednesday afternoon when she arrived with her husband, Bert Lain, for […]

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Cray elected to lead Society of St. Edmund

The Very Rev. David Cray, S.S.E., a Boston native and 1968 Saint Michael’s College graduate who has ministered in Canada, Europe and the American South until coming to Vermont in 2003 to be pastor at Catholic parishes in Hinesburg and Charlotte, VT, was elected July 12 to be the new Superior General of The Society […]

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SMC networking tool catching on

Saint Michael’s College’s new online networking and mentoring tool, called “SMC Connect,” on Thursday, July 12 surpassed the 1,000th new user since launching the week of Commencement, according to Angela Armour’99 M’09, director of alumni engagement for the Career Education and Alumni Engagement Center. “We will plan to invite all juniors and seniors to join […]

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In Tanzania, student encounters life, soccer and self

Against all probability, Lance Reynolds, a serious baseball fan, aspiring sportswriter and Saint Michael’s College cross-country runner, found himself in Tanzania this past spring semester, exploring the personal-development possibilities of soccer, and of taking chances. The rising senior student-journalist from Mansfield, MA, might tell you those words “found himself” describe substantial personal growth and perseverance […]

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ASC students present work at symposium

On Thursday, June 28, members of the Saint Michael’s community gathered in the Farrell Room to see presentations from students who participated the Accelerated Summer College (ASC). The symposium offered poster sessions, and close to twenty eager students highlighted work from their six weeks of summer learning. After a brief welcome from Kellie Campbell, director […]

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