Saint Joseph's College produces documentary about its history on 50th anniversary of move to Sebago Lake
"Small Steps, Great Strides: 50 Years at the Lake" is a documentary about Saint Joseph's College that weaves college artifacts, societal images and a lively soundtrack of period music to depict the transformation of a small, cramped-for-space women's college in Portland, Maine, to the pres...
Saint Joseph's College Concert Choir presents Holiday Concert
The Saint Joseph's College Concert Choir will present a Holiday Concert on Wednesday, Dec. 6 at 7:30 p.m., in the Viola George Auditorium of Alfond Hall on the Standish campus. The concert will also feature a flute trio and guitarists from the advanced guitar class. Admission is free and open to the...
Saint Joseph's College professor edits new book on baseball
Saint Joseph's College professor Edward J. Rielly of Westbrook, Maine, is the editor of a new book titled "Baseball in the Classroom: Essays on Teaching the National Pastime." In this collection, professors from many fields write about using baseball as a teaching tool in higher education....
Parents, take the night off!
The Saint Joseph's College Athletics Department is pleased to offer its Kids Night Out program on Saturday, Nov. 18, December 9, January 20, March 3 and March 24 at the Alfond Recreation Center on campus. The event, open to children ages 7-13, sponsors games, movies, swimming, arts & crafts and...
Saint Joseph's College professor receives grant to test use of laser light in mussel farming
The Maine Aquaculture Innovation Center has awarded Dr. Mark Green of Peaks Island, associate professor of marine science at Saint Joseph's College, nearly $9,000 for a study on the use of submerged green-laser light to deter sea ducks from feeding on cultivated mussels. Maine's 13 mussel farms face...
Professor hires local resident with National Science Foundation grant
Shannon Reilly of Windham, Maine, formerly of Pittsfield, Mass., has been hired as a laboratory assistant for Dr. Mark Green, associate professor of marine science at Saint Joseph's College in Standish, Maine. Reilly graduated from Saint Joseph's in 2006 with a double major in chemistry and environm...
Saint Joseph's professor receives National Science Foundation grant for clam research
Mark Green, associate professor of marine science at Saint Joseph's College and a resident of Peaks Island, has received a $419,898 National Science Foundation grant to continue research on two commercially valuable clam species in Casco Bay. The three-year grant, the second Green has received from ...
"Finding Amy" book discussion at Saint Joseph's College recounts Portland murder investigation
On Tuesday, Oct. 17, Joseph Loughlin, Deputy Chief of the Portland Police Department and co-author of the best-selling book "Finding Amy: A True Story of Murder in Maine," will discuss the book's fascinating, firsthand account of the investigation into the murder of Amy St. Laurent, a mu...
College establishes The John Paul II Center for Theology & Environmental Studies
The College has established The John Paul II Center for Theology & Environmental Studies, which will honor the environmental legacy of Pope John Paul II by exploring the interface between theology and environmental studies through a variety of activities, including major lectures, conferences, r...
College to sponsor lecture on immigration issues
Immigration lawyer Gaye Moorhead will speak at Saint Joseph's College on "Immigration, Its Benefits and Its Challenges: A Catholic Perspective" on Thursday, Oct. 26. Sister Moorhead is President of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas, Regional Community of Rochester, N.Y. In recent ...
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