Saint Joseph's College graduates 380 students on Saturday
Members of the Class of 2004, at 380 students strong, will each step forward to accept a hand-signed diploma as their name is called at the Saint Joseph's College graduation ceremony in Standish on Saturday, May 8. Graduates at the 10 a.m. commencement in the Alfond Center overlooking Sebago Lake wi...
Saint Joseph’s College viewbook, poster win design awards
The Saint Joseph's College viewbook for its distance learning division won two top awards in the University Continuing Education Association 2004 Marketing and Publications Awards contest. The 24-page piece for the Division of Graduate & Professional Studies was designed in-house by Briana Robbi...
College names Saint Joseph Award winner
Every year on March 19, Saint Joseph's College announces the recipient of the Saint Joseph Award in honor of the foster father of Jesus and the patron saint of the college. The award given on the Feast Day of Saint Joseph is a chance to honor a member of the college community who reflects the virtue...
Campuses join together for crisis response training
Thirteen Maine colleges and universities are participating in a two-day conference this Thursday and Friday at Colby College that will help develop regional college and university teams available to respond to critical incidents on campuses. "The regional nature of the teams will provide ...
Saint Joseph's College announces graduates of Lay Ministry Foundation Program
The Institute for Pastoral Studies at Saint Joseph's College wishes to acknowledge students who have completed the Lay Ministry Foundation Program that prepares future lay ministers for certification by the Diocese. The students listed below have completed basic courses in Old Testament, New Testame...
Portland releases multicultural fire safety videos for immigrant populations
A unique collaboration of the Portland Fire Department, the Portland School Department and Saint Joseph's College has produced a unique video to help immigrant and refugee populations in the Portland area learn about fire safety and prevention. Actually 12 versions of the video in 12 different...
Harold Alfond keeps on giving
Harold S. Alfond, founder of Dexter Shoe Co., and one of Maine's most generous benefactors to a wide range of educational and charitable causes, will give Saint Joseph's College $1 million toward completion of a four-story, 50,000-square-foot Academic Center that will open in August at the lakeside ...
Saint Joseph's College offers winter baseball clinic
Saint Joseph's College will offer a four-day winter baseball clinic for boys ages 7-13 from Dec. 24 to Dec. 28, except for Christmas Day. The clinic runs from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. each day in the Harold Alfond Center on campus. Saint Joseph's College coaches and players will instruct at the ...
Professor earns folic acid award
Sharon Martin of Turner, associate professor of nursing at Saint Joseph's College, received a certificate of appreciation for outstanding leadership in the promotion of folic acid awareness presented by the Maine Folic Acid Council at the Blaine House (governor's mansion) in October. The award was p...
Saint Joseph's College stages cross country race
On Sunday, Nov. 23, Saint Joseph's College in Standish will sponsor a 5K cross-country race that traverses the 311-acre campus on trails and grass. All are welcome to enter "The Runnin' Monks Cross Country Challenge," and prizes will be given to overall winners and by age group. One of the...
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