Notre Dame president emeritus and author to speak on heroes and heroines, April 11
The College celebrates its 100th Anniversary with a special Centennial Lecture featuring longtime University of Notre Dame president and author Father Monk Malloy, CSC. A theologian and faculty member at Notre Dame who ran the nation’s premier Catholic University.
College celebrates 100 with 100 people lighting 100 candles, 100 chimes, a children’s choir singing Happy Birthday and the new
As Saint Joseph’s College marks its 100th Anniversary this year, it will celebrate with 100 faculty, staff and students lighting 100 individually held candles while 100 chimes toll across the quad on Monday, March 19, at 11 a.m., in honor of its patron saint. (March 19 is the Feast of Saint...
Business professor to present talk on discovering your personal brand and how to communicate it
Saint Joseph’s College celebrates its 100th Anniversary with the fourth of its Centennial Lecture Series on Tuesday, April 3. Mary Lynn Engel, a member of the business faculty at the college, will give a talk titled “Discover Your Personal Brand and How to Communicate It.&r...
Red Cross classes in Wilderness and Remote First Aid
Saint Joseph’s College will offer a two-day Red Cross course on April 14 and 15 that is ideal for those in outdoor activities or overnight trips where help is more than one hour away. The two-day course will provide a foundation of first aid principles and skills for responding to emergenci...
Lifeguard certification class on April 16-19
Saint Joseph’s College will offer a lifeguard training course during school vacation week, from April 16-19, that is designed to teach the skills needed to prevent injuries, prepare for and respond appropriately to drowning, injury, breathing and cardiac emergencies. This 28-hour training w...
Professor to present “The Titanic: A Survivor’s Story” at Maine Historical Society, April 10
Dr. Karen Lemke, an education professor at Saint Joseph’s College, will present a “The Titanic: A Survivor’s Story,” featuring her 1986 interview with a child survivor of the ship’s sinking in the North Atlantic Ocean, at the Maine Historical Society on Tuesday, Apri...
Professor to present talk on loons and the risks they face from human activity
Saint Joseph’s College celebrates its 100th Anniversary with the third of its Centennial Lecture Series on Tuesday, March 20. Camilla Fecteau, a biology instructor at the college, will give a talk titled “Common Loons: Preserving a symbol of Maine wilderness.” The lecture...
American Heart Association classes in CPR and first aid for adults, children, and infants
Saint Joseph’s College will offer a course in Adult-Child-Infant CPR and First Aid on Saturday, March 10, at the Harold Alfond Center on the Standish campus. The American Heart Association-certified course trains participants to respond to emergencies in their communities, workplaces and ho...
Art professor continues winter sculpture collaboration in New York State’s north country
Saint Joseph’s College art professor Scott Fuller of Poland, Maine, recently exhibited his artwork at the Roland Gibson Gallery of the State University of New York at Potsdam. The exhibit included Fuller’s collaborative indoor and outdoor work with fellow artist Matt Burnett of Sarana...
Parents, take a night off!
The Athletics Department at Saint Joseph’s College is pleased to offer its Kids Night Out program on Saturday, March 3, at the Harold Alfond Recreation Center on campus. The event, open to children ages 7-13, sponsors games, movies, swimming, rock climbing, arts & crafts, and ...
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