Matesol Partnerships

Chinese graduate students will complete one year of study in China before transferring to the MATESOL Program at Saint Michael’s College, where they will complete their degree. They will earn two Master’s degrees: one from Saint Michael’s College and one from their home university. The two Chinese universities with whom Saint Michael’s College now has […]

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Data-Science

Analyzing “big data” is a growing field with great unfulfilled demand in industry and government. Many fields increasingly utilize statistical methods and large, complex data sets in routine practice. The career outlook for Data Science graduates is excellent. According to a 2017 study by IBM, demand for data scientists will increase 28% by 2020, with more than 60,000 job […]

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Harvard’s Walton to be MLK speaker at Saint Michael’s

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 […]

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College announces new Vice President

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 […]

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Four of Vermont’s best 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 – […]

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World awaits 70-plus St. Mike’s study-abroad students

Peggy Imai, Saint Michael’s College’s director of study abroad, sent the following message to faculty in December: “Look around your classrooms, and I guarantee you that some of those students with excited grins on their faces are thinking about where they will be next semester.” Imai reports that 70 students “will be traveling to places […]

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Two students awarded Lacey Scholarship

Supported by funds from the Brian Lacey ’72 International Fellowship in Social Justice, one Saint Michael’s College student will spend a semester living, learning and serving in South Africa and another in India during the coming Spring 2019 semester. “Alyssa Nye and Rachel High will be stellar Saint Michael’s representatives while abroad in South Africa […]

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Art meets science to produce mural of biodiversity

At first glance from across the room, a newly placed mural on the wall of the Saint Michael’s College Environmental Sciences lab in Cheray 123 looks to be an attractive black-and-white graphite pencil drawing of a rugged island in the sea. And so it is. But look closer: Focused inspection reveals multiple same-sized rectangular cells, […]

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Breakfast ceremony honors December graduates in style

Before he read the names of December 2018 Saint Michael’s College graduates during a short ceremony in the Dion Family Student Center Roy Room Sunday morning, Jeffrey Trumbower, the College’s acting vice president for academic affairs, reminded the dozen attending graduates of their “special privilege.” “They don’t get a breakfast or a gift!” he said […]

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Big turnout for mental health conference

The Vermont Principals Association conference was hosted by Saint Michael’s College this past Friday, November 30, with events taking place all day long across campus. Lecture rooms in Jeanmarie Hall were at full capacity for the main draw of the conference: individual presentations on student-athlete mental health, with specific topics ranging from social media to […]

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