Professor Kuklok gets major grant

Allison Kuklok of the Saint Michael’s College philosophy faculty learned this month that she is the recipient of a prestigious, highly competitive $60,000 National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) year-long Fellowship, which she will use to work on a book about the status of the human being in John Locke’s natural philosophy. She said a […]

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Dean’s List announcement

Congratulations to students named to Saint Michael’s College Dean’s list for Fall 2019. Click the following bold link to view Dean’s List for Fall 2019 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 […]

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Scholar Clarke to be MLK keynote speaker

Dr. Clifton Clarke, a prominent global scholar, pastor, educator, missionary, community leader, and professor of religion and intercultural studies, will be this year’s keynote speaker for Saint Michael’s College’s 28th Annual MLK Convocation. His Monday afternoon talk in the campus chapel on January 20 launches a week of speakers, film, poetry and panel discussions through January 24 promoting […]

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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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Jib-Fest wows onlookers

As the official commencement of winter is approaching, winter sports have already occupied the calendars of many snowboarders and skiers. For many students at Saint Michael’s College, Jib-Fest was a campus-wide opportunity for students of all skill levels and class years to display their talents in both skiing and snowboarding. Jib-Fest occurred on December 6, […]

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New student app launched

data An idea started taking shape at Saint Michael’s College in 2016 to develop a computer application or “app” for mobile devices to help first-responders efficiently identify and protect themselves from environmental hazards. In the three years since, St. Mike’s computer science students, Fire and Rescue officials, and the College’s Director of Public Safety and […]

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Ceremony honors December graduates

Before he read the names of December 2019 Saint Michael’s College graduates during a short ceremony in the Dion Family Student Center Roy Room Sunday morning, December 8, Jeffrey , the College’s vice president for academic affairs, gave the larger-than-usual winter-graduates group and their families his customary reminder of their “special privilege.” “They don’t’ get […]

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Speaker criticizes pharmaceutical giants

Alex Lawson, executive director of Social Security Works, explained why he thinks drug costs in America are so high. During his lecture on Wednesday December 4 2019 at 7 p.m. in the Farrell Room at Saint Michael’s College, Lawson came down hard on the pharmaceutical industry. The speaker, who lives and works in Washington, DC, […]

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Students write for rights

Students passing through Alliot Hall at Saint Michael’s College on Saturday, November 23 stopped to join the local Amnesty International group in writing letters to government officials on behalf of wrongly accused prisoners. “Our vision is to ensure all people in the world, wherever they live of whoever they are, enjoy the 30 human rights […]

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History as career path major

When students declare a history major, there is a general assumption that they are going to teach, said Saint Michael’s Professor of History Jen Purcell, who herself remembers feeling pulled to pursue a career in education when she started her undergraduate work. However, with recent studies highlighting the value of liberal arts education, increasingly attuned […]

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