“Evening of Prose”
Students in nonfiction prose writing and advanced creative writing classes at Saint Joseph's College will read their compositions, and alumnus James Henry will read from his novel, "Antiquity Calais: Standing at Armageddon," on Tuesday, Dec. 7 at 6 p.m., at Xavier Hall Lounge. The eve...
Red Cross classes in CPR for professional rescuers and health care providers
Saint Joseph's College will offer a course in for Adult-Child-Infant CPR and First Aid on Saturday, Dec. 11, at the Harold Alfond Center. The Red Cross-certified course trains participants to respond to emergencies in their communities, workplaces and homes. Participants will learn ...
Professor appointed to Natural Resources Council of Maine board
Chemistry professor Jeanne Gulnick has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the Natural Resources Council of Maine. Dr. Gulnick teaches ecology and serves as the sustainability coordinator on campus. A marine chemist, she earned her doctorate degree at Stony Brook University in New York....
Webcast of national summit on the future of nursing
Saint Joseph's College will host a free seminar on Tuesday, Nov. 30, to promote awareness and discussion of the recommendations of a national report called Initiative on the Future of Nursing, funded by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Institute of Medicine. The seminar will offer an ...
Great Thanksgiving Pie Bake-off will prepare 150 pies in three hours for food pantry donation
The kitchen at Saint Joseph's College is going to smell wonderfully like home when teams of students, faculty and staff help to bake 150 apple pies in just three hours on Wednesday, Nov. 24, from Noon to 3 p.m. in Mercy Hall. The pies will help to fill 150 Thanksgiving Baskets being distributed...
New Special Education Major
When Saint Joseph's College begins to offer its special education major next fall, the new program will meet a critical and widespread need for more teachers of children with disabilities in Maine and elsewhere. The need for certified special education teachers is considered critical in all 50 ...
Parents, take a night off!
The Athletics Department at Saint Joseph's College is pleased to offer its Kids Night Out program on Saturday, Dec. 4, 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 sports. The prog...
Workshop for seafood producers features professor’s research on effects of ocean acidification
A free workshop for seafood producers about ocean acidification's effect on marine life will be held on Monday, Dec. 6 at 6 p.m. at the Gulf of Maine Research Institute in Portland. Dr. Mark Green, an oceanographer who teaches environmental science at Saint Joseph's College, will talk about his...
Lessons & Carols along with lighting of Christmas tree on Sunday, Dec. 5
Saint Joseph's College invites the public to its candlelight Lessons & Carols program on Sunday, Dec. 5 at 7 p.m., followed by a lighting of the campus Christmas tree at 8:30 p.m. A live Nativity scene will also be featured at the grotto on campus. The Lessons & Carols is a program of r...
College earns award from Maine chapter of U.S. Green Building Council
The Maine chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council awarded Saint Joseph's College a special recognition award for its commitment to sustainability in developing an organic farm on campus. At its annual meeting, the group highlighted achievements in sustainability at college and university ca...
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