American Red Cross-certified courses now offered
The college is an authorized provider of the American Red Cross. Classes offered include CPR (adult/infant/child, health care professional and professional rescuers), lifeguard training, babysitter's training, and wilderness and remote first aid training, with recertification available for all ...
Professor Mark Green on MPBN show: Maine Things Considered
Environmental Science professor Mark Green speaks on Maine Public Radio about his ocean acidification research and his discovery that the clams' own shells can boost the bivalves' survival. Listen
Online courses receive Quality Matters status
Two online graduate courses have recently been awarded the Quality Matters status, a national standard for quality in course design. "Educational Leadership" and "Holistic Nursing" were found to meet all 17 review standards. ...
Faculty member publishes cookbook called “Old World Organics”
Brenda Bechtel of Cape Elizabeth recently published a 120-page cookbook titled, Old World Organics, featuring recipes from her mother's Sicilian and American heritage, all based on simple, pure and organic ingredients. Old World Organics, subtitled "From the old t...
Admissions office open house for high school seniors on Saturday, October 23
The College will sponsor a fall open house for high school seniors on Saturday, Oct. 23. Prospective students are invited to tour the campus, attend information sessions on the admission process and financial aid, and speak with a student panel about life at Saint Joseph's. They can also meet profes...
National Science Foundation Grant
The National Science Foundation has awarded Saint Joseph's a three-year $198,000 grant to enable use of spectrometry in lab instruction throughout the science curriculum. Chemistry professor Nick Benfaremo is the lead investi...
Professor presents tour of the Holy Land through photos, stories, video and artifacts
Dr. Steven Bridge, professor of theology at Saint Joseph's College, will present "Adventures in the Holy Land," with photos, stories, video and artifacts, on Wednesday, Oct. 6, at 7 p.m., on the Standish campus. While doing research in the Holy Land this summer, Dr. Bridge visited man...
Swim clinic for local middle and high school students in October
The clinic emphasizes improvement of stroke skills - from beginning to advanced levels - in a fun, flexible environment. Details Tuesday and Thursday evenings, Oct. 5 through Oct. 28 5 to 6:30 p.m. fo...
Sustainability Festival and Eat Local Lunch
Today's Sustainability Festival and Eat Local lunch is moving inside to Mercy Hall! Lunch will be served in the dining hall on the ground floor and the festival vendors will display their wares on the 2nd floor of Mercy Hall. Please come after 11:45 a.m., as several hundred Windham Middle Schoo...
Information sessions about online master’s degree in education
The College will hold information sessions about its online master's degree in education on October 12 in Wells, October 13 in Freeport and October 14 in Bangor, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., in each location. Program director D...
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