Saint Joseph's College professor publishes two books
Dr. Edward Rielly of Westbrook, professor of English at Saint Joseph's College, has recently published two books. The first, Sitting Bull: a Biography, was published by Greenwood Press as a part of its biography series. Rielly's work is part of a larger series designed for college undergraduate and ...
College invites public to "Eat Local" lunch - with fresh, homegrown ingredients from within 150 miles
On Tuesday, Sept. 25, Saint Joseph's College opens its dining hall to the public for a homegrown, homecooked lunch featuring ingredients grown within a 150-mile radius (olive oil being a principal exception!). On that day, campus food vendor Bon Appétit sponsors its third annual "Eat Local&quo...
Professor named to education consortium
Dr. June Marshall of Gorham, an education professor at Saint Joseph's College, has been appointed to a national higher education consortium charged with developing and implementing undergraduate reading curriculums to support the Reading First initiative under the No Child Left Behind legislation. T...
Saint Joseph's College to offer info sessions about online MBA degree
Saint Joseph's College will host two information sessions, "Earn Your MBA Online," about its online graduate business degree. The first will be on Tuesday, Aug. 7, at the Portland Harbor Hotel, 468 Fore Street, in Portland. The second information session will be held on Thursday, Aug. 9, a...
Portland String Quartet to perform two concerts
The Portland String Quartet will perform at Saint Joseph's College on Monday, July 30, and Monday, Aug. 6. The performances, held in conjunction with its first-ever summer workshop residency at Saint Joseph's, will be held at 7:30 p.m. in Viola George Auditorium at Alfond Hall. The Portland St...
Saint Joseph's College appoints new vice presidents
Dr. Randall Krieg of Windham has been named vice president for academic affairs at Saint Joseph's College. He most recently served as the academic dean for arts and sciences at St. Joseph's College New York on its Long Island campus in Patchogue, N.Y. He has also served as the assistant vice preside...
Sixth annual service day send Saint Joseph's College staff out to area communities
Staff and faculty from Saint Joseph's College recently participated in a community service day, an annual event started by Sister Mary George O'Toole, Vice President for Sponsorship and Mission Integration at the suggestion of David Watson, of the Graduate & Professional Studies program. A...
Saint Joseph's College faculty members named to Fulbright Board of Directors
Two faculty members from Saint Joseph's College were elected to the newly formed Maine Chapter of the Fulbright Association on June 11. Beth Richardson of Cape Elizabeth, assistant professor of business administration, was elected president, and Ann Cohen of Nobleboro, education faculty with the div...
College appoints Lynn Brown as Dean of Students
Saint Joseph's College has appointed Lynn Brown of Standish as Dean of Student Affairs. Brown joined Saint Joseph's College in September 2006 as the associate registrar, after eight years as assistant principal at nearby Bonny Eagle High School. She also held the position of guidance counselor withi...
Summer sports camps announced
Saint Joseph's College will host several athletic camps this summer. The first camp, Basketball Fundamentals, is conducted by the SJC women's basketball team and staff for girls in grades 3-8 and will take place on June 25-27 from 9 am-noon. For more information, contact Coach Deb Reardon at 893-667...
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