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  • Saint Anselm Students Inducted into National Honor Society : Saint Anselm College
    3 2 cumulative grade point average and seniors a 3 1 cumulative grade point average to apply for membership Applicants are selected by a committee of TAU chapter faculty and administrators based on academic standing leadership and service to the college and community Father Jonathan De Felice O S B president of the college welcomed inductees and their guests at Mass and hosted a brunch Montague Brown Ph D president of Tau Chapter and chair of the philosophy department presided over the induction Meredith P Cook 93 Director of the Office of Public Policy of the Diocese of Manchester gave the induction address Delta Epsilon Sigma is a national scholastic honor society for students faculty and alumni of colleges and universities with a Catholic tradition It was founded in 1939 to recognize academic accomplishments to foster scholarly activities and to encourage a sense of intellectual community among its members 2013 Inductees Alexandria Bouchard 13 Paul Burns 13 Sedona Chinn 13 Lydia Fortin 13 Rebecca Golden 13 Sarah Haigh 13 Britta Haley 13 Kristin Harper 13 Aileen Hickey 13 Joshua Lee Masiello 13 Kennan MacArthur 13 Kiersten Robert 13 Gianpaolo Rufo 13 Mary Trahan 13 Christin Vacca 13 Isabella Villani 13

    Original URL path: http://www.anselm.edu/News/National-Honor-Society.htm (2016-02-01)
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  • Students Spend Spring Break in Service : Saint Anselm College
    and solidarity with those less fortunate Students are repairing homes serving food painting and cleaning and doing whatever is necessary to support their site Throughout the week participants learn about Catholic social teaching while also living and working with those most in need Each trip is lead by two Saint Anselm students The groups return to campus at the end of spring break on Sunday March 10 In speaking about the program campus minister Joycelin Raho said It provides participants not only with the opportunity to serve others but also with an experience that further develops lessons learned in the classroom Throughout their week of service prayer and reflection students step beyond their comfort zone and ask themselves meaningful questions about who they want to be in the world said Raho Follow along with the student groups see photos and read updates from student leaders on the Service Solidarity Missions blog and on Twitter SACSBA In Philadelphia students spent a day with Saint Anselm alumnus Dan McVay 96 who shared the following reflection I worked with the Philly group today at Temple Hospital They participated in a program called Cradle to Grave which brings young people into the depths of the hospital to learn the realities of gun violence It was an emotional day for all the participants as they heard about young people who had lost their lives in Philadelphia and from the parents of some of these victims They also met a young lady who survived her gun shot wound but was confined to a wheelchair having lost her right leg and had limited use of her hands The tour ended when we came up to the trauma bay shortly after a gun shot victim had been brought into the ER The victim had been shot multiple times

    Original URL path: http://www.anselm.edu/News/SBA.htm (2016-02-01)
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  • Students Study International Business in Panama : Saint Anselm College
    Marieke Martin Throughout the week students are examining the political and economic dynamics of Panama coupling a semester of classroom learning with on the ground real world experience Follow the group on Twitter with SACinPanama The trip itinerary includes a variety of cultural and business experiences with a heavy focus on company visits and international commerce During their 10 day tour they explore the Panama Canal Panama s stock exchange and national bank and a coffee plantation and production facility as well as visit companies including Autoridad Maritima Panama s coast guard Bern Hotels and Resorts real estate company and El Rey Supermarket The intensive experience gives students a better understanding of the socio cultural political and legal forces influencing international business practices It is essential that students develop an understanding of the international marketplace to experience and engage the global economy Regardless of their major they will be faced with an increasing demand from employers for workers to grasp the concepts of international business said Martin In the classroom students have analyzed those cultural political and economic factors that influence Panama s developing market economy Martins said that to prepare her class the first 7 weeks of the semester were intense I wanted students to know the country they were traveling to the economy government history culture to understanding the dynamics of the economy and industry sectors we would be interacting with The class explored the challenges and issues surrounding business conditions managerial issues and strategic operations through a mixture of classroom lectures and case studies Upon return to Saint Anselm students will finish the semester discussing their experience abroad reflecting on the notes they took while traveling and completing research on a topic of their choice related to Panama s business environment Prior to her current visiting faculty

    Original URL path: http://www.anselm.edu/News/Panama-Study-Trip.htm (2016-02-01)
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  • Psychology Majors Take the Stage at Eastern Conference : Saint Anselm College
    student submissions Professors Maria McKenna Loretta Brady Paul Finn Kathleen Flannery and Elizabeth Ossoff have helped students with their research throughout the year Corrie Masson 13 researched the meaning of mentoring programs for women parolees After putting all of the time and effort that I did into planning conducting and writing my thesis it is very exciting to be able to share this work not just with my fellow psych majors but with the larger psychology community at this conference she says Danielle Forte 13 conducted research about compassion fatigue and the role of empathy in crisis line volunteers Alexandria Bouchard 13 worked on the impact of self compassion and posttraumatic growth on marital satisfaction in police marriages Erin Albiero 13 and Marie Schwab 14 investigated the schema theory and individual differences for auditory memory in a virtual park Nicole Prince 13 examined blood injury injection phobia and Ashlee Duval 13 observed whether or not self scheme theory applies to body perception of muscularity and memory Duval will also be working with Hannah Watkins 12 on the idea of restrained eating and memory in a virtual grocery store Margaret Guy 13 studied whether or not a picture is worth 1 000 words in a reaction time memory study Allyn Doyle 13 Ciara Petry 13 Lauren DeMatteo 13 and Stephanie Kearsley 14 are presenting on aerobic exercise and how it is related to associated learning food choice and competition Rebecca Golden 13 explored individual differences in autistic traits relative to cognitive performance Professor Ossoff is very excited for the students presenting and believes it is an honor for the students faculty and Saint Anselm College as a whole We are extremely proud of our students and appreciate the level of work they produce I think this recognition of that work at

    Original URL path: http://www.anselm.edu/News/Psychology-conference.htm (2016-02-01)
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  • Alumnus Named Future Boston Leader : Saint Anselm College
    Saint Anselm College Home Page News Ghander Award Main Content Alumnus Named Future Boston Leader March 05 2013 Laura Lemire Communications and Marketing 603 641 7242 Adam Ghander a partner at the law firm of Nutter McClennen Fish LLP was selected by the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce for the 2013 Class of Boston s Future Leaders Ghander graduated Saint Anselm summa cum laude with a degree in English in 1999 and earned his J D at Boston College Law School He joined the firm of Nutter McClennen Fish LLP after working as in house counsel for a publicly traded manufacturing and technology company Ghander s selection to the Future Leaders list came in February the same month he was elected a partner in the law firm s business department and emerging companies venture capital practice groups The new partner focuses his corporate finance and securities practice on private equity venture capital and emerging companies representation mergers and acquisitions and securities regulations He represents clients in industries including banking and financial services telecommunications social networking manufacturing and professional sports He also lectures frequently on corporate finance and teaches at the Boston University School of Management Saint Anselm College A Catholic

    Original URL path: http://www.anselm.edu/News/Ghander-Award.htm (2016-02-01)
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  • Abbey Players Present "Bye Bye Birdie" April 5-6 : Saint Anselm College
    7 30 p m and a 2 p m matinee held on March 24 in the Dana Center Bye Bye Birdie is a satire of the hysterical frenzy that gripped the adoring fans of rock n roll superstar Conrad Birdie when he is drafted into the army Comic complications ensue when as part of one last publicity stunt cooked up by his agent Birdie promises to give a good bye kiss to one lucky girl from Sweet Apple Ohio Bye Bye Birdie s upbeat score features classics such as Put on a Happy Face and A Lot of Livin to Do and Telephone with a book by Michael Stewart music by Charles Strouse and lyrics by Lee Adams The cast of the spring muscial features 25 talented Saint Anselm students including freshman James Brennan as Conrad Birdie freshman Meredythe Leonard as Kim MacAFee senior Katelyn Morreale as Rose Alvarez freshman Peter O Connell as Albert Peterson and seven local children ranging in ages from nine to 14 years old The musical is directed by alumna Carey Winslow Cahoon 98 with musical direction by Blake Leister and choreography by Nikki Aubert Murray Tickets are 14 for adults 12 for seniors children

    Original URL path: http://www.anselm.edu/News/Abbey-Players-present-Bye-Bye-Birdie.htm (2016-02-01)
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  • College Receives Gift from Alumnus Joseph Chang '50 : Saint Anselm College
    Veronica Kim Chang in memory of her husband alumnus Joseph Jin Chang The gift will be used to establish an endowed scholarship for academically qualified students with financial need Joseph Jin Chang spent most of his career in South Korea but he always felt a strong emotional attachment to Saint Anselm College He was happy at Saint Anselm and his time there enabled him to go on to Princeton and have a rewarding career says Leo Chang Joseph s younger brother Joseph Chang grew up in a devout Catholic family His father Chang Myon or John M Chang was an ambassador to the United Nations and South Korea s first ambassador to the United States He was appointed the prime minister of the Second Republic and prior to becoming prime minister was twice elected vice president of the Republic of Korea Joseph Change graduated with the highest honors from Saint Anselm College He earned a doctorate at Princeton University taught at Brown University and Princeton and conducted biomedical research at the National Institutes of Health and at Heidelberg University the Technical University of Darmstadt and the Technical University of Aachen In 1964 Chang became a biology professor at Sogang University in South Korea He chaired the department and served as dean of the college of science and engineering dean of the graduate school and vice president of the university After retiring in 1986 Chang established a marine biological laboratory in Korea and became the editor and publisher of a prominent neurophysiology journal He remained a loyal alumnus of Saint Anselm College and contributed generously as a member of the President s Society He was presented with the Saint Anselm Alumni Award of Merit in 1986 for his contributions to the fields of science and educational administration His legacy will help

    Original URL path: http://www.anselm.edu/News/Chang-Endowment.htm (2016-02-01)
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  • Dana Center Director Receives Theatre Award : Saint Anselm College
    in the theatre The award is given to someone who has left a positive and indelible mark on the New Hampshire theatre community He was honored in January by the N H Theatre Awards In addition to being the creative force behind Saint Anselm College s many seasons of international performance programming Shea has been the artistic director and producer for the historic Barnstormers Theatre in Tamworth N H for the past seven years He has worked with the company for 32 years as an actor director and designer technician Shea also served from 1996 2000 as vice president for academic affairs at the New Hampshire Institute of Art helping to develop the institute s four year bachelor of fine arts program in the visual arts From 1983 95 he was executive artistic director of the Palace Theatre in Manchester Shea holds a Master of Fine Arts in acting and directing from the University of Memphis According to Rick Broussard of the N H Theatre Awards People tell stories about working with Bob always with tones of deep respect and admiration Obviously Bob has many years to continue his good influences on people and on the theatre scene but already

    Original URL path: http://www.anselm.edu/News/Bob-Shea-Award.htm (2016-02-01)
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