Event Calendar

An up-to-date glance at what’s going on at Saint Michael’s College.

Lecture/Speaker
Thursday 4pm September 29, 2022

Artist Talk and Gallery Reception: Michele Brody

Join us to hear Michele Brody talk about her exhibition, “Papers of Place” on Thursday, Sept. 29, from 4:45 to 61:5 p.m. in the McCarthy Art Gallery. Brody will speak on her many years of work as an ecological artist and her Saint Michael’s exhibition. 

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Thursday 4pm October 6, 2022

Lecture by Poet and Critic Ange Mlinko

Poet and critic Ange Mlinko will give a lecture, “Poet, That’s Just Like You! Language and the Figure of Echo,” on Thursday, October 6, at 4 p.m. in the Farrell Room in Saint Edmund’s Hall. She invites us to look at the many ways in which Echo informs poetry and teaches us to read it. All are welcome! 

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Thursday 5pm October 6, 2022

Solutions for Social Impact: Shedding Light on Neurodegenerative Diseases for non-scientists

Saint Michael’s College presents Solutions for Social Impact: Shedding Light on Neurodegenerative Diseases for Non-Scientists. Neuroscience Professors Dr. Adam Weaver, Dr. Ruth Fabian-Fine and student researchers will present their research on underlying causes, prevention, and the latest research findings on Neurodegenerative Diseases. The lecture will be held on Thursday, October 6, at 5:30 p.m. in the McCarthy Recital Hall.

Presented by Neuroscience Professors Dr. Adam Weaver, Dr. Ruth Fabian-Fine and Student Researchers

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Exhibit/Showcase
Thursday 4pm September 29, 2022

Artist Talk and Gallery Reception: Michele Brody

Join us to hear Michele Brody talk about her exhibition, "Papers of Place" on Thursday, Sept. 29, from 4:45 to 61:5 p.m. in the McCarthy Art Gallery. Brody will speak on her many years of work as an ecological artist and her Saint Michael's exhibition. 

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Thursday 4pm October 6, 2022

Lecture by Poet and Critic Ange Mlinko

Poet and critic Ange Mlinko will give a lecture, "Poet, That's Just Like You! Language and the Figure of Echo," on Thursday, October 6, at 4 p.m. in the Farrell Room in Saint Edmund's Hall. She invites us to look at the many ways in which Echo informs poetry and teaches us to read it. All are welcome! 

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Exhibit/Showcase
Thursday 5pm October 6, 2022

Solutions for Social Impact: Shedding Light on Neurodegenerative Diseases for non-scientists

Saint Michael's College presents Solutions for Social Impact: Shedding Light on Neurodegenerative Diseases for Non-Scientists. Neuroscience Professors Dr. Adam Weaver, Dr. Ruth Fabian-Fine and student researchers will present their research on underlying causes, prevention, and the latest research findings on Neurodegenerative Diseases. The lecture will be held on Thursday, October 6, at 5:30 p.m. in the McCarthy Recital Hall. Presented by Neuroscience Professors Dr. Adam Weaver, Dr. Ruth Fabian-Fine and Student Researchers

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The Innocence Project: The Role of Innocence in Criminal Legal Reform
Monday 5pm October 17, 2022

The Innocence Project: The Role of Innocence in Criminal Legal Reform

Jane Pucher, Senior Staff Attorney with the Innocence Project, will speak on "The Role of Innocence in Criminal Legal Reform" on Monday, October 17, at 5 p.m. in the Roy Room of the Dion Student Center.

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Featured
Saturday 10am October 22, 2022

Fall Open House

This fall we encourage you to join us for a Fall Open House. You'll have the opportunity to speak with current students, meet our outstanding faculty, and learn more about how a liberal arts education will set you up for a future of doing well and doing good. This visit experience will also qualify you for our $1,500 renewable visit grant.

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Learning by Living

Explore Burlington and beyond, with enriching experiences that will further your education outside the classroom.

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Saturday 10am November 12, 2022

Fall Open House

This fall we encourage you to join us for a Fall Open House. You'll have the opportunity to speak with current students, meet our outstanding faculty, and learn more about how a liberal arts education will set you up for a future of doing well and doing good. This visit experience will also qualify you for our $1,500 renewable visit grant.

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