Faculty experts and students to teach at Casco health and fitness event
On Monday, Dec. 3, faculty experts and students from Saint Joseph’s College are offering educational activities at Health on the Move, a health screening and awareness event at Crooked River Adult and Community Education Center in Casco. The event, free and open to the public, includes heal...
Red Cross CPR class for professional rescuers and health care providers on Sunday, Dec. 9
Saint Joseph’s College will offer a course in CPR for professional rescuers and health care providers on Sunday, Dec. 9, at the Harold Alfond Center on the Standish campus. The Red Cross-certified course is designed for the professional rescuer and those who have a duty to respond to breath...
Holiday season kicks off with An Afternoon with Santa at Saint Joseph’s College
Saint Joseph’s College invites everyone in the community to An Afternoon with Santa on Saturday, Dec. 1, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in Mercy Café at the Standish campus. With horse-drawn carriage rides, craft-making and cookie decorating among the activities, An Afternoon with Sant...
Grant facilitates high school students in transition to succeed at Saint Joseph’s College
A Maine College Access Grant awarded to Saint Joseph’s College of Maine by the Finance Authority of Maine (FAME) will help 36 at-risk Maine high school students achieve success at Saint Joseph’s through the College’s PATHS TO SUCCESS program. With an aim to jump-start a s...
Science professor documents history of the Andes Mountains with presentation, Dec. 4
Dr. Johan P. Erikson, assistant professor of Environmental Sciences is holding a Dec. 4 lecture that uncovers the changing nature and the forces that alter the face of South America’s Andes Mountains.
22nd Annual Holiday Benefit Concert
Singer-songwriter Rick Charette returns to Saint Joseph’s College for the 22nd Annual Holiday Benefit Concert on Sunday, Dec. 2, at 2 p.m.  The public is invited to enjoy the evening of music in Saint Joseph’s dining hall at the Standish campus. Admission to the Benefi...
Great Thanksgiving Pie Bake-Off prepares 300 pies to donate to the community
On Wednesday, Nov. 21, teams of volunteers will race against a three-hour clock to bake 300 apple pies in The Great Thanksgiving Pie Bake-Off to fill Thanksgiving baskets for Catherine’s Cupboard in Standish. The pies and baskets will be distributed throughout the community that afternoon. ...
SPArC lecture series with Portland Museum of Art’s Mark Bessire on Nov. 29
Mark Bessire, director of Portland Museum of Art, comes to Saint Joseph’s College on November 29 as part of the college’s SPArC (Speakers, Performers, Artists and Culture) lecture series. The lecture takes place at 6 p.m. (doors open at 5:30) in Harold Alfond Hall, room 224 and is open to the public.
Admissions Office to host Student-Athlete Day
The Admissions Office will host a Student-Athlete Day for prospective high school students and their families on Saturday, Nov. 10, from 10:00 a.m. to 3 p.m. To register call 800-338-7057.
Saint Joseph’s College presents “How can we encourage students to think?”
On Tues., Nov. 13, 7 p.m. in the auditorium; presented by Dr. Nina Eduljee, psychology dept., and Dr. Gail Marchigiano. Educators can guide students to move beyond memorization by designing classroom assignments that promote higher levels of thinking. Discover strategies that encourage the “innovative” part of educating ? analyzing, synthesizing, evaluating, applying, and making connections that promote true learning.
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