‘Life Stories’ game uplifts isolated internationals

“What better time than now to share ‘Life Stories’ (a board game) with Saint Michael’s College international graduate students isolated on campus?” So thought Mike Battig (Computer Science) and Heather Battig (Applied Linguistics Department or ADL) recently. Hence this past Friday night, they “Zoomed’ the non-competitive game with six eager participants in four different locations […]

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Freeman funds to support 11 in Singapore internships

Eleven Saint Michael’s College students will live, work and learn in Singapore for nearly two months early this coming summer 2020, funded by competitive and prestigious Freeman Foundation scholarships to support international internships in Asia. This is the third year that students from Saint Michael’s will be participating in the so-called Global Citizenship International Internship […]

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Fellows

The Business Department is being supported by the Office for International Students and Scholars (OISS) and Patti Delaney, the Special Assistant to the VPAA for International Projects. Chi and Natalia are participants in two similar programs sponsored by US Department of State and administered by American Councils for International Education. The programs’ goals include strengthening […]

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Hong Kong internships tough but rewarding

Culture shock, strenuous real-life workplace demands and deep 24/7 cultural immersion amount to “a very good experience” for Saint Michael’s College students who have been in Hong Kong since June 17 on Freeman Foundation grants for professional internships, says Jeffrey Ayres, the former dean and current political science/international relations faculty member. He visited the interns […]

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‘Birthday party’ to honor hero, Huerta

A “Migrant Justice Benefit & Birthday Party to honor Dolores Huerta: An Awareness & Fundraising Fiesta,” sponsored by the Saint Michael’s College Spanish Club and Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Literature, will be Wednesday, April 10 at 7 p.m. in the Dion Family Student Center Roy Room. Dolores Huerta, who on April 10 […]

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St Mike’s Peace Corps students

Peace Corps announced today that Saint Michael’s College ranked No.15 among small-size schools on the agency’s list of top volunteer-producing colleges and universities in 2019. Ten Saint Michael’s alumni currently are volunteering in countries around the world. Saint Michael’s returns to the list of top volunteer-producing colleges after a brief absence. In 2016, Saint Michael’s […]

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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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