Reflections on the annual Poli Sci trip to DC and the desire to restore respect for political office. Paul Riley '20 of Dedham, Massachusetts, shared his reflections on the value trips to Washington. DC.
As part of a first year student retention program, Saint Joseph's College offers "Yappy Hour." Good food, new friends, and canine celebrities.
Garreth sets his feet in the swamp and gives us a rundown on his summer research venture. By: Dylan Fry Garreth Logan '19 prepares a trap for his herpatology survey. Photo: Dylan Fry '19. Garreth Logan ’19 of Casco, Maine, devoted time out of his summer for biology research. “I’m mainly doing this [...]
Communications Intern Dylan Fry '19 didn't expect that his summer job would lead to conducting an interview ankle-deep in a marsh. Peek behind the scenes as he casts aside flip flops, dons rubber boots, and gets the story.
Peer Mentors are students like MaryClaire Attisano ’20 who help freshmen students become acquainted with college life and serve as role models. “I’m excited to inspire new students. In the first few days of moving to campus, everything is new. I’m someone they can turn to.”
The College is pleased to announce that the following students achieved the Dean’s List for the Spring 2018 semester. To be eligible for Dean’s List, a student must attain an average of 3.5 or better, successfully complete all courses for which the student is registered with no grade less than a B-, and must carry [...]
When community members gathered at the Stone Barn for this year’s annual seedling sale, they purchased vegetable, herb, and flower seedlings that were cultivated by Saint Joseph’s College students. Like Tyler Barrows '20.
Elyse Caiazzo’s passion for local food production leads to multiple awards. Elyse is a double major in Environmental Science and Political Science, has been chosen to participate in the 2018 Maine National Education for Women (NEW) Leadership Summer Institute through the University of Maine’s Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center this summer.
Professor Mark Green steps into key role as hydroponic enterprise director for the Institute for Local Food Systems Innovation By Manuela Arundel It all began with a 320-square-foot shipping container. In April 2017, Hannaford Charitable Foundation generously donated Maine’s first Freight Farm to Saint Joseph’s College. Freight Farms, a Boston-based agricultural technologies company, builds [...]
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.