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Training the Next Generation of New England Food Entrepreneurs

The College will break ground for the one-third-acre hydroponic greenhouse of the Institute for Local Food Systems Innovation, and, soon thereafter, launch its first competency-based courses and certificate programs in hydroponic culture.

2018-09-11T11:03:03-04:00June 23rd, 2018|Categories: Highlights, Spring 2018|Tags: , , , |

Transforming Campus Culture

As Dr. Jeanne Gulnick finishes seventeen years of service to Saint Joseph's College, she leaves the College to begin her next career–as a nurse. Photo: Kaitlynn Hutchins '20. Dr. Gulnick's legacy of sustainability by Kimberly Post As a chemist, marine scientist, and environmental educator, Dr. Jeanne Gulnick has championed sustainability at Saint Joseph’s [...]

2018-09-11T11:03:08-04:00June 22nd, 2018|Categories: Highlights, Spring 2018|Tags: , , |

Business Planning with Purpose

Hayley Winslow ’18 brings business acumen to her new professional role for the College By Emma Deans Through Hayley Winslow’s role as business services manager for Saint Joseph’s College’s Mission-Aligned Businesses, she tells “the story of the business.” Photo: Emma Deans. With the warm sun beating down, Hayley Winslow ’18 macheted a [...]

2018-09-11T11:03:22-04:00June 15th, 2018|Categories: Highlights, Spring 2018|Tags: , , , |

Steering A New Course

Anthony McGuire, PhD, director of the Saint Joseph’s College nursing program, takes the Center for Nursing Innovation in an exciting new direction By Emma Deans In the summer of 2016, Dr. Anthony McGuireset off on a cross-country road trip adventure which ended, as all great journeys do, with a new life chapter. Starting in California, he [...]

2018-09-11T11:08:27-04:00November 30th, 2017|Categories: Winter 2017-18|Tags: , |

Sea Change in Science

Department Receives National Science Foundation Grant By Patricia Erikson Call them the SWAT team for the Sisters of Mercy’s Critical Concern for Earth. Over the past decade, science education at Saint Joseph’s College has undergone a sea change. Formerly split into the two departments of Biology and Natural Sciences and occupying outdated labs, more than [...]

2018-09-11T11:06:31-04:00November 30th, 2017|Categories: Winter 2017-18|Tags: , |

Mind, Body, Soul

Embracing a holistic approach to health & wellness By Emma Deans Outside the classroom window, blustery weather tugs the yellow and orange leaves from the maple trees. While the harvest season and holidays like Thanksgiving typically prompt reflection on the hardships that many people face, Dr. Karen Croteau is teaching students how to think about [...]

2018-09-11T11:08:28-04:00November 30th, 2017|Categories: Winter 2017-18|Tags: , |

Saint Joseph’s College Earns Sustainable Commuting Award for Way 2 GO MAINE Challenge

There’s a popular Maine saying that goes, “You can’t get there from here” (and when pronounced properly in a full Maine accent, of course, sounds like, "Ya can't get they-ah from hey-ah." While it’s true that rural areas of Maine can’t offer the same public transit options like the buses or subways found in large [...]

2018-09-11T11:11:59-04:00November 6th, 2017|Categories: Highlights|Tags: , |

Janice M. Rey, Ed.D. Lauded Statewide with Donald Harward Faculty Award for Service-Learning Excellence

Year after year, teachers empower their students to learn, to grow, and to reach for success. When that teacher is Janice M. Rey, Ed.D., who, for the past 13 years has taught Saint Joseph’s College’s education students how to become elementary school teachers, the impact one teacher can make becomes enormous. Dr. Rey teaches the teachers. [...]

2018-09-11T11:16:29-04:00May 9th, 2017|Categories: Highlights|Tags: , |

President James Dlugos Appointed to D3 Presidents Advisory Group

Saint Joseph’s College of Maine President James Dlugos has been named to the NCAA Division III Chancellors/Presidents Advisory Group, as was announced earlier at the NCAA Convention. Dlugos, who has served as chair of the GNAC Presidents’ Council since the 2015-16 academic year, will serve on the Presidents Advisory Group through January 2019 and will be eligible for reappointment at that time.

2018-09-11T12:08:51-04:00April 11th, 2017|Categories: Highlights, Press Room|Tags: |