Magazine Archive

Justin Sparks '03
Behind the scenes of online classes Justin Sparks ’03 majored in communications, intending to become a sports...
Mercy Center forges faith and service
Student members of the service corps volunteer with nonprofit organizations throughout the wider community. (Photo by Rayne Lewis '13)
Other campus news
Basketball program wins prestigious sportsmanship award Men's basketball head coach Rob Sanicola '99 accepted the 2009-10 Collegiate Basketball Officials Association (CBOA) Schoenfeld Award presented to the college or university, which in the judgment of the CBOA membership, best ex...
Newest science grant enhances chemistry laboratory experience
Dr. Nicholas Benfaremo explains a chemistry problem to a student in the lab. The National Science Foundat...
Saint Joseph’s “likes” and “friends” Facebook
Saint Joseph's is now on Facebook. Alumni, check out Career Services or reconnect with fellow alumni; parents, see what student ac...
New major in special education to begin next fall
Saint Joseph's has approved a new special education major beginning next fall, meeting a critical and widespread need for more teachers of children with disabilities. "This new major is a perfect blending of both the programs currently offered in the education department and t...
Beyond red states and blue states
Political science professor Dr. Stephen Aylward won an award from Portland Trails Association for leadership in helping to bring teams of people ...
Research: a photo essay
Saint Joseph’s science faculty members from marine science, chemistry, and environmental science departments have been highly successful over the past two years in obtaining grants that allow faculty and students to engage in important research together. Since 2009, grants totaling nea...
Faculty and staff mentors help first-year students ease into campus life
In the cramped confines of a dorm room, a roommate gets on your nerves. In the gym, you begin to question your high-school all-star status. And in the solitude of the library at night, you simply miss the warmth and familiarity of your friends and family. 
Larry Messner: portrait of a leader
Never compromise your values. Do take care of your people and help them succeed. Larry Messner of Las Vegas teaches the first course, Leadership in Health Care Administration, and the last course, Applied Management Capstone Project, for graduate students in the Saint Joseph’s master...
Talk with Caitlyn Smith ’11
Caitlyn Smith spent nine months at two back-to-back internships at the Volunteer Lawyers Project in downtown Portland, where ...
Looking for a great place to hold a gathering?
Saint Joseph's College warmly welcomes groups who need the perfect location to hold a: meetin...
President's Society Dinner
Celebrating the Donors Who Celebrate the Students  On Saturday, October 23, the stained-glass elegance of the popular new Grace restaurant in Portland was the fine setting for a gathering of 80 generous supporters and friends of Saint Joseph’s College at the President’s Society Din...
Meet Cornelia Baker '85
Spotlight on a special planned giving donor Cornelia Baker ’85 is a retired occupational health nurse and donor to Saint Joseph’s College....
College launches World Affairs Council
Thanks to the efforts of political science professor Steve Aylward and student members of the Political Science Club, interesting speakers and discussions on global policy have come to campus as part of the newly formed World Affairs Council of the Lakes Region, sponsored by the Department of His...
Alumni referral scholarship
Know someone who might be a good fit for Saint Joseph’s? If the person you refer becomes a new student, they receive a $1,500 Alumni Scholarship. Contact: Office of Admissions at 207-893-7746 or 800-338-7057, or e-mail us at admissions@s...
98 years ago the Sisters of Mercy created this college so we could flourish. INHERIT IT 7 core values serve as the foundation of the Saint Joseph’s College educational mission. Faith • Excellence • Integrity...
Distance education/online alumni
of the Graduate & Professional Studies program Stay connected! Update your e-mail address with the alumni office for: Job postings Links to the alumni Linkedin.com group (great for networking) Links to the alumni Facebook page
Class Notes
60s Dr. Patricia Russell Luopa ’67 of Burnsville, Minn., has completed her doctorate in education through Capella University of Minneapolis, Minn. Patricia participated in the hooding ceremony on August 14. 80s Ronald Kew ’88, Manch...