Magazine Archive

Expert witnesses
Litigation consultants Kevin O’Brien ’01 and Cherie Fieri ’01 testify at trials around the country on complex issues relating to the health care and pharma...
Our Quest for Excellence
The Inauguration of Dr. Joseph Lee beautiful autumn day • grand procession • giving of gifts • charge to lead greetings from the governor • parable from the bishop • student bagpiper • best wishes from mercy colleges • brass ensemble &bull...
Grant will allow college to assess how well students are learning
by Marisa McCarthy '09 The Davis Educational Foundation has awarded the college $131,200 in grant support toward a three-year, faculty-led initiative to develop an assessment plan across the academic spectrum, including both the on-campus and Graduate & Professional Studies (GPS) progr...
New science grants boost research
Professor gets funding for fluorescent research project by Erin Buote '09 Chemistry professor Nicholas Benfaremo is a part of a five-member team of area scientists that was awarded a $360,000 federal grant from the National Science Foundation to research fluorescent light. The pro...
Campus News
A unique duo. For the first time in its history, two alumni are chair and vice-chair on the college’s Board of Trustees. Michael Shea ...
Saint Joseph's as an economic engine
What is the college's impact as a "business"? by Brent Wooten Nearly 15,000 people have earned degrees at Saint Joseph’s College since its founding, and these alumni now live and work in 50 states and 25 countries. While that’s a sizeable educational contributio...
If the shoe fits
Walking in the steps of history by Peggy Roberts It wasn’t my clothes or makeup that worried me as I walked toward the stranger I was about to interview. It was my shoes.
Can we drill our way out of foreign oil dependence?
Science professor takes a look at our energy future by Charmaine Daniels and Brent Wooten  Dr. Johan Erikson has studied and...
How can we fuel our future wisely?
Economist looks at a few real-world solutions by Charmaine Daniels We have to move boldy if we want to lessen our dependence on foreign o...
Anatomy of a free clinic
After working more than 20 years as a nurse, Patricia Leavitt’s dream was to start a free clinic for people without health insurance. But along with passionate commitment, it took leadership, determination, networking, dollars, an eye for accounting and the ability to schmooze...
Saint Joseph's College by the numbers
Dates 1912 Saint Joseph’s founded as women’s college
Growing up in Jerusalem
American-born faculty member takes us behind the scenes of a childhood spent in two worlds by Charmaine Daniels Psychology profess...
From Sudan to Standish
Talk with Banak Thiwat ’11 by Erin Buote ’09 In 1994, Banak Thiwat left his home country of Sudan, which was torn by civil war, disease and starvation. He and his father made the long trip to a refugee camp in Ethiopia. They traveled for weeks, mostly during the night ...
Class Notes
70s Claire Fraser Bowen ’70 of Claremont, N.H., recently advanced to Fellow status in the American College of Healthcare Executives, representing professional development, excellence and leadership as a health care executive. Claire is currently the president and chie...