Alumni connections lead to dream job for 2020 graduate Samantha Rossi

Samantha Rossi ’20 reached out to Ingrid Peterson in the Career Education Center with a success story of her job search since graduating in May 2020 and her connection via […]

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St. Mike’s professor: App measures cannabis effects

Saint Michael’s College psychology professor Ari Kirshenbaum has been using a $224,000 National Science Foundation grant he received in September 2020 to develop a mobile app that measures the effects […]

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From the intern’s (virtual) desk: Gaining real-life experience in a pandemic

Jerry Swope, Chair and Associate Professor in the Media Studies, Journalism and Digital Arts Department (MJD) shared a piece written by Elly McKenna ’22 with the Career Education Center. Elly […]

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Foresight, adaptability keep job profile strong for accounting seniors

More than half of Saint Michael’s College’s accounting seniors have already landed good full-time jobs across the Northeast to start in summer or fall, said Professor Steven Doyon ’88, instructor […]

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College selects another memoir by Loung Ung ’93 for book award program

Saint Michael’s College has selected another biographical novel from award-winning author and human rights activist Loung Ung to serve as the SMC Book Award for Academic Achievement and Social Conscience. […]

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English students enter world of Willa Cather: ‘A scribbled, post-marked history’

Mara Brooks ’22, a student in Saint Michael’s English Professor Maura D’Amore’s Letters class, reports on an interesting recent activity for the class in this guest story: On a long […]

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Sutherland lecturer Richard Blanco explores poetry, identity, ‘home’

For this year’s annual Sutherland Lecture at Saint Michael’s College, Richard Blanco, the historic inaugural poet for President Barack Obama, shared his poems and personal story with nearly 90 viewers […]

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‘Silent Sky’ is main spring play, telling story of astronomy pioneer Leavitt

Silent Sky, a historically-rooted play by the widely popular young American dramatist Lauren Gunderson based on the life of the pioneering astronomer Henrietta Swan Leavitt more than a century ago, […]

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Poems Are Bridges: An Interview with Richard Blanco

On March 13, 2021, in advance of his appearance at Saint Michael’s College as part of the Donald J. Sutherland lecture series, junior English major Georgia Flanders (GF) and first-year […]

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Winners of top student writing awards for 2021 named

English faculty at Saint Michael’s College recently announced the winners of this year’s most prestigious writing awards for students. Those honored are: Samantha Donahue ’21, with the John Engels Award […]

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