Two Saint Joseph's professors interviewed on Maine Public Radio
Professsor Mark Green talks about the global threat of ocean acidification. Listen Professor Mike Connolly discusses how the Irish immigrants shaped the city of ...
Seminar about effective online teaching
On Friday, July 9, Saint Joseph's College will present "The Excellent Online Instructor," a seminar about effective online teaching in higher education, with noted authors and lecturers Rena Palloff and Keith Pratt. Topics include the current state of online learning in t...
Saint Joseph’s College holds 2010 Commencement
Robert Gillis, a bagpiper from Old Orchard Beach, led 305 graduates at Saint Joseph's College as they marched across campus to enter the Harold Alfond Center, where Commencement was held at the Standish campus today at 10 a.m. As each graduate's name was called and each came to the stage, President ...
Offering CPR, first aid and lifeguard classes
The College will offer American Red Cross first aid and CPR class on May 15 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The class provides information and training in administering CPR and first aid on infants, children and adults. It meets the various needs of workplace, schools or community settings. The cl...
Saint Joseph's College will hold Commencement on Saturday, May 8; Founding director of Seeds of Peace will speak at ceremony
Bagpiper will lead procession to 10 a.m. commencement ceremony Robert Gillis, a bagpiper from Old Orchard Beach, will lead 305 graduates at Saint Joseph's College as they march across the campus central quad to enter the Harold Alfond Center, where Commencement will start at 10 a.m., on Sat...
English professor publishes new book of poetry
"Portraits and Landscapes," a new book of poetry by Phyllis Doyle, RSM, of Portland will be published by Finishing Line Press in July. Sister Doyle is an associate professor of English at Saint Joseph's College and earned her doctorate in English at the University of Rhode Island. Her...
Professor Mark Green’s data cited
Professor Mark Green's data was the first piece of science cited in an ...
Saint Joseph’s mentioned as pioneering the way in tray–less dining
We believe in helping the environment - not just on Earth Day but every day. Our food vendor Bon Appétit has led the way in tray-less dining. Read how they are
Planet friendly Earth Day lunch cuts out the carbon
It's local. It's low-carbon. It's yummy. It connects food and climate change (by addressing the issue of carbon emissions and the food system). Come enjoy a delicious meal that won't raise the temperature of the planet. We think that's newsworthy. And come talk to our chefs! What...
Saint Joseph’s College professor earns public health award
The Maine Public Health Association recently presented the Phebe Conrey King Access to Health Care Award to Patricia Thompson Leavitt of Buxton at a ceremony on the State House grounds during Maine Public Health Week in early April. The award recognizes an individual who has made a significant ...
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