Lane Hubacz shares his work at the cutting edge of aquaculture. According to Lane, "Not only are we helping to establish a sustainable food source, we can grow the business as much as we want to. That’s really appealing to me. I’m in it for the long haul."
Avid outdoorsman. Champion of education. Tireless volunteer. Editor of the one of the most iconic publications in America. It’s hard to know where to begin describing Peter Geiger Hon. ’14 and his commitment to making the world a better place, but when documenting sustainability initiatives in the Saint Joseph’s College community, Geiger’s name tops the go-to list.
Mark Swann Hon. '18 reflects on a life of anti-poverty work by Patricia Erikson Preble Street Executive Director Mark Swann sits in front of a mural at the entrance of the Joe Kreisler Teen Shelter, a low-barrier state licensed emergency overnight shelter in Portland offering a safe place for homeless and street-involved youth, and [...]
Standout field hockey player Effie Drew ’15 pushes her limits and finds adventure as a thru-hiker By Emma Deans While classmates were zipping up graduation gowns and walking across the stage at Saint Joseph’s College’s commencement in May 2015, Effie Drew ’15 was embarking on what would become, at the time, the biggest [...]
Family, work, community, and self By Lee Kennedy ’87 Lee Kennedy ’87, taking time out to enjoy Portland’s foodie scene. Photo: Sean Harris. When I enrolled at Saint Joseph’s College, my initial impression was that it was an unassuming place that received people very well from all different backgrounds. It didn’t matter where [...]
How Dr. Jeanne Donlevy Arnold ’83 (Hon. ’17) has brought her passion and expertise to Saint Joseph’s College By Patricia Erikson Photo caption: Dr. Jeanne Donlevy Arnold ’83 received an Honorary Doctorate of Public Service at Saint Joseph’s College’s 2017 Commencement. When she stepped to the podium, she surprised the crowd with an announcement. Photo: [...]
Susan Vontell ’82 Becomes an Ambassador for the Center for Nursing Innovation By Patricia Erikson Susan Vontell, BSN ’82, MSN carves time out of her busy life as a Nurse Practitioner working as a Surgical Hospitalist at the Charlotte Hungerford Hospital in Torrington, Connecticut to read her alma mater’s alumni newsletters, as well as the online version [...]
Taylor Black ’17 Named First Team CoSIDA Academic All American By Corey McCarthy Taylor Black ’17 of Cardiff by the Sea, California, is pursuing his passion for athletics and wellness by attending Northeastern University and studying Physical Therapy. But in September, he took some time to return to campus for the Alumni Baseball Game and [...]
Dr. Bradley Campbell’s primary research interests focus on policing, particularly police investigations, decision-making, and responses to victims. Further interests include police body-worn cameras, use of force, eyewitness identification procedures, and police training. Photo: Tom Fougerousse. Dr. Bradley Campbell ’09 Appointed to Leadership Role Investigating Sexual Assault Crimes By Emma Deans Between attending criminal justice classes [...]
Jennifer Taylor, BSN ’03, MSEd ’09, on Innovation in Healthcare By Patricia Erikson When asked for a quirky fact about herself, Jennifer Taylor, MSEd ’09, BSN ’03, RN-BC, CPN offers that her favorite innovation is the light bulb. What becomes clear after just a few minutes of speaking with Taylor, is that she is a brightly shining light herself [...]