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 ...
Lecture on relevance of Classics in the 21st century
The Dept. of Classics at Saint Joseph's College presents "The Liberal Arts and Classics in the 21st Century," a lecture by Allen Ward, history professor emeritus at the University of Connecticut. The lecture will be held on Thursday, April 22 at 4 p.m., and is open to the public free ...
History professor publishes book
History professor Dr. Michael Connolly's book, "Seated by the Sea: The Maritime History of Portland, Maine, and Its Irish Longshoremen," was recently published by The University Press of Florida. Dr. Connolly grew up near the waterfront in Portland and still lives in the same M...
World Affairs Council of Lakes Region presents “The Global Great Recession: Causes and Effects” on April 15
The new World Affairs Council of the Lakes Region will present "The Global Great Recession: Causes and Effects" on Thursday, April 15, from 7 to 8:30 p.m., in Viola George Auditorium of Alfond Hall on the Saint Joseph's College campus. The event is sponsored by the Department of Hist...
Monks softball sets school record of 19 straight wins!
Senior shortstop Liddy van der Linden (Worcester, MA) hit a two-run home run with two out in the bottom of the sixth of the nightcap contest to help Saint Joseph's (23-5, 16-0 GNAC) sweep a conference doubleheader against Saint Joseph (Conn.). The Monks won the opener, 8-3, and the 3-1 win in the cl...
The College announces educational partnership with Diocese to assist parishioners statewide
Saint Joseph's College, through its Graduate & Professional Studies division, and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Portland have entered into a partnership that will grant Diocesan parishioners a streamlined admissions process, application fee waiver, and tuition discounts for online theology degre...
Saint Joseph’s College presents discussion on “Image and Faith”
Marji Greenhut, artist and producer of the 2003 documentary "The Painted Shul," and Dr. Beata Niedzialkowska, art history professor at Maine College of Art, will present a program on "Image and Faith" at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 22, in Room 128 of Alfond Hall at the Saint Jos...
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