Book talks allow wider reflection on racism, other issues

Saint Michael’s English Professor Lorrie Smith joined Jacob Pelletier, assistant director of alumni engagement, on Thursday, November 19 to lead an online discussion of Angie Thomas’ book The Hate U […]

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Neuroscience studies lead graduate to oral surgeon office

All of her young life growing up outside Chicago and later in high school attending a Maine boarding school as a top alpine ski racer, Kyrstin Gee ’18 felt drawn […]

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Kuntz lecturer Guyette probes stories of Black Vermont

Elise Guyette, PhD, a Vermont teacher, historian and author of the groundbreaking book Discovering Black Vermont, recently delivered a video talk titled “The Jagged Edges of Progress” as the speaker […]

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‘Agents for change’ evolve through restorative practices

Holistic Restorative Education (HRE), a new certificate program in the Graduate Education Department at Saint Michael’s College, provides educators with the ability to integrate “restorative practices” into a class setting. […]

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Virtual career event covers wide and timely territory

The 2020 Career Symposium at Saint Michael’s College — this year a virtual four-day event full of alumni speakers and engaging panels – featured 33 alumni from a broad range […]

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Grant to help criminologist memorialize Nepal victims

Krista Billingsley, director of criminology and assistant professor of anthropology and criminology at Saint Michael’s College, learned recently she has received a Wenner-Gren Foundation Engaged Anthropology Grant to conduct research […]

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Program will let high school students earn college credit

Vermont high school students have the opportunity to partake in the Saint Michael’s College learning experience through dual enrollment, a program for students to earn postsecondary credit while in high […]

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Winter term courses: Catch up or get ahead at discount

Interested in advancing your academic goals over winter break? Saint Michael’s College is offering five asynchronous winter classes to help undergraduate students stay on track and get ahead. Winter session […]

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 Edmundites back initiative to attract African American scholars

Saint Michael’s College Racial Justice Task Force has announced “The Edmundite Graduate Fellows’ Program for African American Scholars at Saint Michael’s College.” Two scholars-in-residence will be invited next fall. “The […]

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Hockey’s Hendrickson ’21 optimizes an internship

Ingrid Peterson, director of the Saint Michael’s College Career Education Center, says Purple Knights senior hockey varsity player Ethan Hendrickson ’21 is a strong example of a student making the […]

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