Alumna teacher fills virtual classroom with love, support

In times of wavering optimism and instability, people are especially reliant on hope. Amanda Neary ‘06, a fourth-grade teacher at Hinesburg Community School and former Saint Michael’s College graduate student, did not allow pandemic-driven hysteria to interfere with her devotion to the classroom. Instead, Neary used this as an opportunity to provide her students with […]

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Partnership boosts public health career opportunities

Silver linings are hard to find in a pandemic, but Saint Michael’s College students interested in public health careers are discovering heightened purpose and focus from the challenges that COVID 19 poses. For example, two 2020 graduates, Maura Dodge and Emilee Cornelius, have been accepted to the prestigious Boston University School of Public Health this […]

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St. Mike’s studies inform justice activism for sisters

When the Schneider sisters of Wells, ME — one a current student, one an alumna — read on social media a few days prior about a June 3 racial justice rally planned for Maine’s large city of Portland 30 miles or so from their home, their prompt decision to attend with parents and friends felt […]

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Dean’s list announcement

Congratulations to students named to Saint Michael’s College Dean’s list for Spring 2020. Click the following bold link to view: Spring 2020 Dean’s List Qualifications for Dean’s List A student who has completed a minimum of twelve credits of classes with grades, not including classes with a grade “P”, and achieves a grade point average […]

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Diverse experiences led to flexibility and a dream job for Susie Ellicks ‘18

Susie Ellicks ’18 says a demanding senior year at Saint Michael’s College directly prepared her for a job she now loves with the fast-growing and promising Burlington startup Mamava, where today she applies skills she developed as an English major, varsity athlete and marketing/communications intern. Mamava “designs solutions to empower breastfeeding and pumping mamas on […]

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Saint Michael’s celebrates Class of 2020 in virtual ceremony due to pandemic

In the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Saint Michael’s College and its 501 new graduates from the Class of 2020 figuratively marched out of, and into, uncharted territory during an hour-long prerecorded Virtual Commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 10 — energized by ebullient and uplifting live-chat and joined by several thousand graduates, families, faculty […]

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Faculty/Staff Career News June 2020

To read complete versions of these abbreviated news items, where you see a faculty name as a live link, click to reach the faculty member’s personal page. Then visit that page’s “Recent News” tab, where this current item in fuller detail beyond the first few lines shown here will be at the top. For employees […]

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In This Together: Edition 7

Staff in the College’s Marketing & Communications office are continuing to find and post stories from our community during these uncommon times brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ve invited anybody among us to share whatever from their daily lives might inspire and make us feel connected, from the more serious to the whimsical. Please […]

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Dungy, Ouellette part of Ethan Allen Homestead event

Kathryn Dungy and Susan Ouellette of the Saint Michael’s history faculty will both be presenters for a four-part “New Virtual Symposium, Centennial of Women’s Suffrage: One Event, Many Perspectives” presented by the Ethan Allen Homestead in Burlington this Saturday, May 16 at 2 p.m. (story continues below graphic) From Homestead publicity about the event: Women’s […]

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Loss of Will Marquess leaves void at Saint Michael’s

One of the most beloved souls of the Saint Michael’s College faculty, the gentle and brilliant longtime English instructor Will Marquess, died Monday, May 11 after a long illness. A gifted, witty and joyful writer, Will wrote his own obituary with inimitable style to be shared with the College community. We include it below, followed […]

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