Internship propels Ashley DeLeon ’23 — a motivated journalist on the rise

From Defender editor to full-blown reporter for VTDigger, Ashley DeLeon talks about her aspirations, the tasks of her internship, and life as a Media Studies, Journalism and Digital Arts major. […]

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Silver STARS rating affirms good sustainability work

A strong recent national recognition of the valuable and innovative work being done through Saint Michael’s College’s Center for the Environment under the leadership of Director Kristyn Achilich ’05, M’20 […]

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Sarah Hastings now leads clinical psychology graduate program

Sarah Hastings, PhD, began work July 1 at Saint Michael’s as professor of psychology and director of the Master’s Program in Clinical Psychology, taking the reins of the well-established and […]

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Engaged and active learning

In teams of two, four Saint Michael’s College business administration students along with faculty co-authors, Professor Karen Popovich and Virginie Khare (Eckerd College) virtually attended the 2021 Society for Case […]

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Intern Lacroix ’23 dives into federal fish management

Thanks to a $25,000 cooperative agreement that funds her internship with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Department, Saint Michael’s biology major and Northeast Kingdom native Maria Lacroix has been traveling […]

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Online class shows potential of ‘micro-internationalization’

“Imagine the value of having Saint Michael’s students in a class with all these students from around the world,” said Professor Jeffrey Ayres after his rewarding experience this summer collaborating […]

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From St. Mike’s to Pfizer: Q&A with Alum Marissa Smith

It’s pretty much impossible these days to not hear the name “Pfizer” at least once on the daily. And whether or not you got the Pfizer vax, this much we […]

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Summer research students share progress at luncheon

Faculty mentors and Saint Michael’s student researchers across many disciplines came together on Wednesday, July 21 in the Dion Family Student Center Roy Room to share updates on their discoveries […]

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Student is racial justice intern for City of Burlington

Adrianna Gomez ’22, an International Relations major and Environmental Studies minor from Okinawa, Japan, began working at City Hall in downtown Burlington this June as a racial justice intern for […]

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New financial aid chief brings strong experience

In a college financial-aid world complicated by the recent pandemic and government policy changes affecting key perennial issues such as affordability, student debt and reducing barriers for low-income families, the […]

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