Saint Joseph’s College Social Work Programs inducted seven students into the Phi Alpha Honor Society on Friday, April 26. The Phi Alpha Honor Society recognizes scholarship and service in social work.
This spring, the Cultural Affairs Committee will host a lecture about Navajo historic archeology and a documentary film screening about the championship boys soccer team from Lewiston, Maine.
Dr. Michael C. Connolly, a professor of History and Political Science at Saint Joseph’s College, will present on three different aspects of John Ford’s life and filmography during a state-wide film festival in February. The Maine Film Center is bringing together various independent cinemas and educational organizations to celebrate what would have been the 125th birthday of John Ford, one of America’s most acclaimed filmmakers.
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 [...]
Captain David Stratton ‘19 was recognized by the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office with the Maine Sheriffs’ Association Outstanding Achievement Award and the Community Service Award. David Stratton ’19 shares his devotion to justice By Matthew Gregoire ’18 On a sunny afternoon, I entered Baggot Street Café to meet with David Stratton ’19 of [...]
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 [...]
William Hardiman ’19, a political science major from Brockton, Massachusetts, can attest to the power of scholarships and internships in shaping a college experience. With generous support from the family and friends of John Waldron ’79, a Waldron Scholarship has helped support his educational experience at Saint Joseph’s College. One highlight of his program occurred [...]
Internships have led Saint Joseph’s College students to a number of fascinating places this summer, and for Raymond Mosca of Augusta, Maine that led him to Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Erin Seavoy, Manager of College and University Relations at The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars, explained, “Ray applied to The Washington Center. Once he [...]
President James Dlugos announced that Saint Joseph’s College has been awarded a five-year $647,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to fund the Saint Joseph’s College Science Scholars Program, a program designed to encourage academically-talented students, who have demonstrated need of financial assistance, to enter into and succeed in a community of young scientists. [...]
Rethinking Politics as Critically Engaged Citizenship By Mark Hibben, PhD As demonstrated over the last year, US national elections often reinforce feelings of bitterness and division. In fact, it is reasonable that many of us become disillusioned with what is often defined as “politics.” We may even become so disgusted that we commit to a [...]