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  • News Stories : Saint Anselm College
    08 20 2013 Some of us never imagined taking a journey like this Leanne D Entremont said of her Road for Hope experience The annual trek kicks off on August 24 Read More Students Walk 130 Miles for Charity 08 23 2014 For ten charities including Kid s Café St Charles Children s Home and Good Shepherd Food Bank 36 Saint Anselm College students and six student leaders will walk 130 miles from Lewiston Maine to Manchester N H August 24 31 as part of the annual Road for Hope Read More Students Walk 130 Miles for Charity 08 25 2015 On Saturday August 22 the Saint Anselm College students began their journey walking 130 miles in eight days This year they have raised more than 15 000 for nine charities in Maine and New Hampshire Read More Students Walk for Charity 08 19 2011 A total of 40 Saint Anselm College students will walk 130 miles in eight days starting Saturday Aug 20 when they leave Lewiston Maine for Saint Anselm College on the 13th annual Road for Hope Read More Sweet Success Business Students Take Top Prize in Restaurant Challenge 11 18 2010 Seven weeks of business courses paired with hours of research market analysis and taste testing concluded with the selection of a Saint Anselm College team as The Common Man restaurants Cupcake Challenge winner Consideration were made for the business students market research poise professio Read More The NHIOP and Political Library Opens the Bridges House Exhibit 12 08 2011 The NHIOP and Political Library has opened the Bridges House Exhibit featuring historical items on loan from the Bridges House Historical Collection and first families of the State of New Hampshire The exhibit will run through April 30 Read More Theology Professor on Faithful Citizenship and

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  • U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte Speaks to Politics Students : Saint Anselm College
    Students March 01 2011 Story by Barbara LeBlanc 603 641 7241 When you hear about the war or the budget crisis from a reporter that s news said Amanda Peters 11 But when you hear about these same things from a senator who has recently been to Afghanistan and who will soon be returning to D C to deal with the budget that s history in the making Peters and about 30 fellow politics students got to experience history in the making directly from New Hampshire s Sen Kelly Ayotte who recently took a break from her duties in Washington to visit Saint Anselm College and the New Hampshire Institute of Politics Ayotte discussed what she has done in her first two months on the job what it s like to be a freshman senator how the committees she s on affect New Hampshire and her recent trip to the Middle East In addition she discussed the federal budget and took questions from students It was great meeting Kelly Ayotte because it is inspiring to see a strong intelligent woman in the government said Vallerie Stein 14 The opportunity meant a lot to me because she explained issues that were

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  • Saint Anselm to Honor MLK with Lectures and the Arts : Saint Anselm College
    entitled Equality will open the program Monday Jan 17 at 7 30 a m in the Cushing Center Sociology professor William Farrell a charter vice president of the Manchester Chapter of the NAACP will be the keynote speaker At 12 30 p m in the Dana Center that day Ed McGushin associate professor of philosophy will deliver a humanities lecture entitled Martin Luther King Jr An Extremist for the Cause of Justice King s famous I Have a Dream speech will spoken by 10 readers including students faculty and staff members at the Dana Center from 7 30 to 8 p m on Thursday Jan 20 The program also will celebrate the King legacy through art On Wednesday Jan 19 artist Richard Haynes will offer an exhibit and lecture at 7 p m in the Dana Center Haynes the associate director of admissions for diversity at the University of New Hampshire also will be involved in community mural project at the college called The Shape of Diversity Saint Anselm students faculty and staff will commemorate King s commitment to public service and social justice through volunteer opportunities arranged by the Meelia Center for Community Service The Dana Center will close

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  • Saint Anselm to Offer Degree Program for Working Nurses : Saint Anselm College
    Barbara LeBlanc 603 486 8760 Saint Anselm College has created a flexible and affordable way for registered nurses with an associates degree to earn a bachelor s of science degree in nursing Starting in May 2011 registered nurses will be able to transfer their associate degree course work to Saint Anselm and complete their BSN in as little as 15 months The RN to BSN program will offer classes both online and in a hybrid format that will supplement online learning with on campus sessions Courses will be offered on a rotating seven week schedule with no minimum course load requirement so working nurses can fit the program into the demands of their personal and professional lives In the increasingly complex global health care environment the need for a more highly prepared nursing workforce is essential to insure high quality safe care for all patients says Sharon George Dean of Nursing A baccalaureate education in nursing is rapidly becoming the minimum level required for entry into professional nursing practice in today s complex healthcare system Classes will be taught mainly by the faculty of Saint Anselm s highly regarded Department of Nursing and will uphold the department s well known

    Original URL path: http://www.anselm.edu/Academics/Majors-and-Departments/Nursing/Nursing-News/Saint-Anselm-to-Offer-Degree-Program-for-Working-Nurses.htm (2016-02-01)
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  • In Memoriam: Long Time History Professor John "Jack" Lynch '44 : Saint Anselm College
    was named chosen as the national collegiate debate coach of the year in 1970 In his 46 years as coach he authored more than 30 handbooks on national college debate topics Even more than success Professor Lynch was known as a wonderful individual who was a mentor to countless students at Saint Anselm College and other colleges as well as to many young coaches throughout the country said David Trumble his successor as debate coach Jack inspired his students to believe in themselves He always saw the best in his students When he retired in 1994 a debate coach from another college attended a party held in his honor Trumble recalled him saying There were three kinds of debate coaches those who do it for the victories those who do it for a living and those who do it for their students Jack Lynch was the third type The Alumni Association honored him with the Alumni Award of Merit in 1968 Four of his five children went on to become Saint Anselm alumni as well and his son James has worked for the college s dining services for many years Before he joined the Saint Anselm faculty he served with Charlie Company 1st Battalion 4th Marines Sixth Division in the Pacific Rim and fought in the Battle of Okinawa His wartime experiences provided him with stories he shared with his history students He will be remembered as a life long mentor to his students and children He enjoyed fishing gardening and all Boston sports He was a loving and devoted husband father grandfather and great grandfather Family members include his children John A Lynch Jr 71 Maureen Thornton 72 both of Maryland Dennis Lynch 75 of West Virginia Gail Lynch 77 James Lynch both of Manchester a brother Philip Lynch

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  • Sweet Success: Business Students Take Top Prize in Restaurant Challenge : Saint Anselm College
    Blog RSS Feeds Saint Anselm College Home Page News Common Man 2010 Main Content Sweet Success Business Students Take Top Prize in Restaurant Challenge November 18 2010 Story by Cory True Seven weeks of business courses paired with hours of research market analysis and taste testing concluded with the selection of a Saint Anselm College team as The Common Man restaurants Cupcake Challenge winner In the end it would be a caramel apple cupcake created by the Saint Anselm student team known as Remember When that claimed the top prize as judged by Common Man CEO Jason Lyon and several other panelists Judging the event required more than a sweet tooth as consideration was made for the business students market research poise professionalism and presentation Students incorporated multimedia presentations and display boards summarizing their efforts to create a winning dessert The cupcake is the vehicle to showcase the skills these students have learned in their college careers Lyon said The top cupcakes will now be featured on the dessert menu at several Common Man locations across New Hampshire for the holiday season For additional event photos please Fr Mathias Durette s Flickr site Saint Anselm College A Catholic Benedictine Liberal

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  • Nursing Alumna '07 is Recognized for Patient Care : Saint Anselm College
    of Nursing was on the phone On her way to the phone she couldn t help wondering what she had done As it turns out the caller was from the New Hampshire Nursing Association announcing that Salvas had indeed done something she had been named New Hampshire Direct Care Nurse of the Year I was really surprised really honored and humbled says Salvas The award means so much because my job is everything to me Salvas decided to become a nurse after working with kids in a variety of settings including summer camps I was always drawn to the kids who had a lot of special needs she says Salvas joined Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center s pediatric adolescent unit in Lebanon after graduating from Saint Anselm College s nursing program in 2007 She had completed her senior practicum there while still a student at Saint Anselm In school I wondered if the reality of nursing would be as exciting as all the information we were getting says Salvas As soon as I started working I loved it The pediatric adolescent unit serves oncology surgical and medical patients Since joining the unit Salvas has developed a special interest in oncology cases I always sign up to be on the primary care team for oncology patients she says I talk about the kids I m treating to my co workers all the time They re really my kids They really teach me a lot Salvas received her recognition on October 20 2010 at the New Hampshire Nurses Association Conference This award is about the kids I take care of the team I work with and the people who have believed in me along the way says Salvas There are tough days when I run into my supervisor s office or talk to

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  • Saint Anselm Gets $1.2 Million for Biomedical Research : Saint Anselm College
    is led by Dartmouth Medical School and the University of New Hampshire Seven other undergraduate institutions are also involved in the statewide partnership The five year grant will support research training and experience for dozens of Saint Anselm students as well as the work of three professors Daniel Broek Ph D of the biology department is conducting research into understanding how cancer cells have acquired many additional chromosomes In psychology Joseph Troisi Ph D uses a rodent model to study how learning can play a role in spontaneous recovery of motivated perhaps addictive behavior and Adam Wenzel Ph D also in psychology is studying the relationship between obesity and age related eye disease This grant will enhance the undergraduate experience at Saint Anselm College in important ways by giving students the chance to work on meaningful granted funded biomedical research projects said Broek Broek is working with four senior biology majors Zach Staley Kirstin Richardson Christina Palmieri and Nina Pelletier Troisi is working with two senior biology majors Jennifer Kane and Erin Bryant and senior psychology major Lauren Morse This grant is for the students said Troisi My philosophy is that pedagogically research and scholarship are symbiotic with education We learn from our students questions but teach them about our discoveries in the laboratory Wenzel will work with human subjects along with a year round student researcher This will be a great opportunity for a student who has a real interest in this area said Wenzel whose research in the field dates back to his undergraduate years Dartmouth Medical School and UNH oversee the awarding of grants and fellowships for the New Hampshire INBRE with the support of NIH s National Center for Research Resources NCRR The new INBRE s principal investigator is Ronald K Taylor Ph D a Dartmouth

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