Westbrook Strong 5K raises funds in honor of 2013 alumnus
Members from the southern Maine and Saint Joseph’s College communities are uniting to remember a 2013 graduate of the College, Matthew Rairdon, on July 20 at the Westbrook Strong 5K.
Two alums volunteer at basketball school in Kazakhstan
Former Saint Joseph’s College basketball standouts Meghan Daigle ’11 and Chris Petzy ’12 have been invited by the Drive School of Basketball as volunteers to help the organization continue working toward social and community development in Kazakhstan.
Sports camps come to Saint Joseph's
Several sports camps will be taking place on the Saint Joseph’s College campus during the 2014 summer months.
Summer Meals program seeks volunteers in the Lakes Region
Saint Joseph’s College is seeking volunteers to assist in the distribution of food for the 2014 Summer Meals program, a coordinated effort between the College’s in-house food provider Pearson’s Café, the Maine Hunger Initiative, and Preble Street Resource Center. The Summer Meals program provides nutritious meals to children in the Lakes Region.
Dr. Patricia Ireland named dean of undergraduate studies
Dr. Patricia Ireland, most recently the program director of Saint Joseph’s College’s online theology program, has been selected to serve as the College’s new dean of undergraduate studies.
Saint Joseph’s College selects new chief advancement officer, VP, Joanne Bean
Joanne Bean, a development professional with more than two decades of experience in fundraising positions for hospitals, voluntary health care, and independent research institutions, has joined Saint Joseph’s College as its new chief advancement officer and vice president.
Advanced Placement Summer Institute begins July 21
Saint Joseph’s College, in collaboration with the College Board, will host the 2014 Advanced Placement Summer Institute (APSI) July 21–25.
Communications Department recognized by Maine Campus Compact for service-learning initiatives
At Maine Campus Compact's 13th Annual Awards Ceremony, Saint Joseph's Communications Department earned the President's Leadership Award for its service-learning initiatives.
Summer Session 2014 provides workshops, symposiums, and more for educators
Saint Joseph’s College Online’s Summer Session—the College’s annual on-campus component for online students and other working professionals—hosts a collection of workshops, symposiums, and other activities that are perfect for educators from Maine and beyond.
Baseball earns #6 seed in NCAA New England Regional
The NCAA Division III Baseball committee has announced the 56 teams that will compete in the 2014 NCAA Division III Baseball Championship. Saint Joseph's College (28-13, 11-3 GNAC) has been selected as the #6 seed.
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