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Meet Vincent J. Kloskowski III ’95
In 1990, Vincent J. Kloskowski, III ’95 picked up a college and university guide in his high school guidance counselor’s office and changed his life. Th...
“Get engaged, get lost, get gratitude”
Everyone in the entire gymnasium stood and clapped. Sister Marilyn Lacey, RSM, had just told the graduates at this year’s Commencement to “Get Engaged, Get Lost, Get Gratitude.” She explained how her life opened to God’s flow when she stopped crossing thi...
Master’s in education now offers
adult education & training focus
Saint Joseph’s announces a new adult education & training concentration within the online Master of Science in Education degree. Not only is the concentration practical, adaptable and relevant, it adheres to adult learning theory by drawing on the learner’s experience, meeting the...
Branding process gets under way
Saint Joseph’s College has named Ethos Marketing and Design of Westbrook, Maine, to assist in research and development of its branding and branding communication. “We have every confidence that this firm can provide the solid research needed to assess how Saint Joseph’s is perceived and t...
New faces join administration
Kathleen Davis has been named as the new Vice President for Enrollment Management. Until recently, she was the director of graduate admission at St. John’s University in New York City.
New integrated communications majors
The college has announced two new integrated majors, one in sports communications and one in business communications. The new majors will enable students with combined interests in two fields to earn their bachelor’s degree in communications within a broadened program that includes a signif...
Softball and baseball teams earn conference championships
The Saint Joseph’s College softball and baseball teams capped incredible spring seasons when both appeared in the NCAA Tournament for Division III. Both teams landed at the tourney after earlier winning the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) Tournament Championships.
People love loons
Biology instructor Camilla Fecteau explains how a beloved bird’s fate is linked to our own 
Riding To The Top
Where horses heal the mind, body and spirit - with help from humans
Double alumni
A growing number of on-campus graduates earn advanced degrees online from Saint Joseph's Like many Saint Joseph’s graduates, Jessica Arsenault Gurney crossed the stage to receive her bachelor’s degree in elementary education in 2005 with hope, a happy heart, and a bit of sadn...
TALK Susan Muzzy ’11
Education major Susan Muzzy ’11 asked to individualize her program of study, which resulted in her teaching at Lyseth School in Portland for a...
Inviting nurses to the table
As nurses take on leadership roles, they could change the health care landscape: A look at the future of nursing and its impact on patients
Where are they now?
A survey of 24 alumni and what they're doing
Magazine readers give us feedback
This spring, nearly 600 alumni participated in a survey about the Saint Joseph’s College Magazine. The survey results showed that, among the 584 alumni who responded, 9 in 10 read every issue of the magazine (59%) or most every issue (29%) of the magazine. Three in four respondents also gav...
First-year teachers reflect on their experience for upperclassmen
Michalah Nickerson Burrows '09 listens as Amy Bellemore Bushway '04 explains her teaching position.
Did you know?
Alumna and husband honored for preserving Franco-American heritage ... c’est si bon! Claire LaFrance Auger ’64 and husband Gi...