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  • Volunteer Opportunities : Saint Anselm College
    Arts Center for Experiential Learning Meelia Center Volunteer Opportunities Main Content Volunteer Opportunities The Meelia Center for Community Engagement helps Saint Anselm student and staff volunteers find and maintain meaningful community involvement Student faculty and staff volunteers have their choice of more than 50 sites After years of effective collaboration with the Meelia Center community agencies have opened up a wide range of service options to accommodate all levels of commitment interest and educational purposes Weekly volunteers assist at more than 50 possible Greater Manchester agencies Students often go out with at least one other person which provides the added benefit of expanding student networks on campus Volunteers generally commit to two or more hours per week at a site for the entire semester Yearlong commitments are encouraged and supported Many students join with agency staff and clients and eventually run their own activities or workshops onsite The Meelia Center provides support and materials as needed to encourage all student involvement Volunteering at Girls Inc has definitely opened my eyes to a whole new world I never realized how much of an impact I could have on people and how much they could rely on and look up to me Volunteering has made me realize that I am able to make a difference Amy Vachon Class of 2017 Saint Anselm College is blessed with a variety of partnerships that invite students to take on leadership roles Many of the center s strongest community connections were developed by student leaders who forged new relationships with the community It is because of the students connections that the center went from working with 4 sites to over 50 College helps you find a job Volunteering helps you find yourself Dan Whalen Class of 2017 New for spring 2016 If you are interested in

    Original URL path: http://www.anselm.edu/Institutes-Centers-and-the-Arts/Center-for-Experiential-Learning/Meelia-Center/Volunteer-Opportunities.htm (2016-02-01)
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  • About the Meelia Center : Saint Anselm College
    Center for Community Engagement opened its doors in 1989 with the goal of mobilizing the talent and energy of Saint Anselm students to respond to the service needs of greater Manchester Meelia Center Highlights More than 150 student volunteers and nearly 200 service learners engage in community service each week serving between two to four hours per week The Meelia Center manages service learning for the college Service learning is an educational strategy in which students apply important course concepts through significant service to the community Each semester nearly 10 percent of the student body chooses to participate in service learning The center hosts four to six major service events on campus each year More than 800 students participate in these one day service events each year The center utilizes a student leadership team of more than 40 students to coordinate its community partnerships organize service events and manage the office For example the staff support managers administrative assistants and the service events managers are all students The Meelia Center maintains more than 50 community partnerships with agencies ranging from a nursing home and public schools to adult and juvenile correctional facilities In addition volunteers and service learners are sent to help out at any of 30 additional nonprofits each year The work of the center has been significantly enhanced through a generous gift from Richard Meelia in 2000 His faith compassion and kindness guides the center as it helps the college build the skills knowledge and passion to make the world a better place to live and grow Working with the Meelia Center is amazing and I could not be happier that I ended up here My preschool sites are the perfect fit for me and they re exactly what I need after a long week of studying Jenny

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  • Student Profiles : Saint Anselm College
    experience that I wanted to continue being involved Dan told me that the coordinator position was available for that site and I jumped at the opportunity to become a member on the Meelia Center community I thought it was a great way to learn more leadership skills and to meet new people on campus I have been involved with the Teens and Adults Team within the Meelia structure We did a walk against domestic violence in Manchester together I also will be participating in the Safe at Home whiffle ball tournament which will reunite a Liberian mom and her daughters after 12 years of separation because of war Read more Caitryn Gustafson Class of 2014 Sociology Goodwill Goodguides and YDC coordinator As sociology major I could not ask for a better opportunity to come into contact with people of all different backgrounds I feel that my work and service through the Meelia Center has led me closer to figuring out what path to take in regards to my future social work career I now have a better understanding of my particular passion in the community There is no better way to see the need in the community than to experience it first hand You meet so many incredible people who share your same interests and passions It is such a great way to branch out Read more Hannah Furlong Class of 2015 Nursing Health affiliates coordinator Working at the Meelia center forces me to be organized flexible and dedicated My involvement in the Meelia Center has also exposed me to more diverse populations in need of our help and Dan s support has made me realize that a strong and motivated community can accomplish anything I hope to always utilize these skills life lessons in my future career as a

    Original URL path: http://www.anselm.edu/Institutes-Centers-and-the-Arts/Center-for-Experiential-Learning/Meelia-Center/Student-Profiles.htm (2016-02-01)
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  • AAUP : Saint Anselm College
    Section Faculty and Staff Faculty Resources AAUP Members and Officers Distinguished Faculty Award AAUP org Center for Teaching Excellence Faculty Disability Resources Faculty Senate IACUC Institutional Review Board Sponsored Programs and Research Dean of the College Campus Mail Center Campus Ministry Campus Safety and Parking Communications and Marketing Conference and Event Services Dining Services Finance Human Resources Information Technology Leadership and Initiatives Saint Anselm College Home Page Faculty and Staff Faculty Resources AAUP Main Content AAUP The Saint Anselm College chapter of the American Association of University Professors was founded in 1970 Since then it has worked to protect academic freedom promote shared governance inform and support faculty advocate for equitable working conditions recognize faculty excellence To join the Saint Anselm College chapter faculty members should first join the national AAUP National membership fees are scaled by salary and you can use your faculty development funds toward membership The site to join can be accessed here Please let the chapter president know you have joined at nleapley anselm edu The Saint Anselm College chapter is not a collective bargaining chapter Saint Anselm College A Catholic Benedictine Liberal Arts College 100 Saint Anselm Drive Manchester New Hampshire 03102 603 641 7000

    Original URL path: http://www.anselm.edu/Faculty-and-Staff/Faculty-Resources/AAUP.htm (2016-02-01)
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  • Center for Teaching Excellence : Saint Anselm College
    and Staff Faculty Resources AAUP Center for Teaching Excellence Programs Resources About Us Contact Us Faculty Disability Resources Faculty Senate IACUC Institutional Review Board Sponsored Programs and Research Dean of the College Campus Mail Center Campus Ministry Campus Safety and Parking Communications and Marketing Conference and Event Services Dining Services Finance Human Resources Information Technology Leadership and Initiatives Saint Anselm College Home Page Faculty and Staff Faculty Resources Center for Teaching Excellence Main Content Center for Teaching Excellence Welcome to the Peter J Guerin O S B Center for Teaching Excellence web site Opened in the fall of 2009 the Center for Teaching Excellence focuses on providing support to faculty in the development and enrichment of their teaching facilitating improved faculty mentoring on campus encouraging the use of assessment data and techniques to improve teaching and learning The center is a work in progress and welcomes ideas and suggestions from all campus members regarding achieving its goals Please click the available links for more information about the center its staff and programs and resources for faculty related to teaching and learning Saint Anselm College A Catholic Benedictine Liberal Arts College 100 Saint Anselm Drive Manchester New Hampshire 03102 603 641

    Original URL path: http://www.anselm.edu/Faculty-and-Staff/Faculty-Resources/Center-for-Teaching-Excellence.htm (2016-02-01)
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  • Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) : Saint Anselm College
    in May Spring meeting Protocol Reviews The IACUC evaluates scientific elements proposed in animal study protocols as they relate to the welfare and use of vertebrate animals in research and teaching The Animal Study Protocol is a detailed description of the proposed use of research or teaching animals The IACUC uses guidelines outlined in the Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals in their evaluation of whether a protocol is approved approved with modifications or rejected IACUC members named in protocols or who have other conflicts will recuse themselves from decisions concerning decisions on animal study proposals All Animal Study Protocols should be submitted at least two weeks before either the fall or spring IACUC meetings see above for meeting dates Download the Animal Study Protocol form MS Word 152 kB View online version of the Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals 8th edition National Academies Press 2011 Personnel Training Investigators conducting any research that is externally sponsored NSF NIH NH INBRE etc or which involves animal subjects regardless of funding status must complete the Collaborative Instututional Training Initiative s CITI Animal Care and Use module s To complete the training please visit the CITI Web site and complete the following steps Register and affiliate yourself with Saint Anselm College This is essential so that SAC receives proof of your completion of training via a system generated notification All PIs working with animals are expected to complete all modules in the Working with the IACUC course Additional courses may be necessary depending on the nature of research teaching Typical additional courses include Post Procedure Care of Mice and Rats in Research Minimizing Pain and Distress and or Wildlife Research Complete the online readings and quizzes You may log in and out of the system as

    Original URL path: http://www.anselm.edu/Faculty-and-Staff/Faculty-Resources/IACUC.htm (2016-02-01)
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  • Institutional Review Board : Saint Anselm College
    research The function of the IRB committee is to review all human subject research to ensure that it is in compliance with federal standards for the protection of Human Research Subjects 45 C F R Part 46 and that it is consistent with the policy and procedures of Saint Anselm College Additional information as to what qualifies as human subject research is available on the FAQ page There are four types of reviews provided by the IRB Exempt review is for research activities involving human subjects that are exempt from the federal regulations governing human subject protections Exempt research is limited to research that falls within one of the exemption categories defined in 45 Code of Federal Regulations CFR 46 101 Note that exemption status is determined by the IRB committee not the investigator Expedited review may be used for certain kinds of research involving 1 no more than minimal risk 2 minor changes in approved research 3 procedures listed in one or more of the categories outlined in the human subjects guidance 63 FR 60364 60367 Note that eligibility for expedited review is determined by the IRB chair not the investigator Detailed information on the expedited review process is available on the FAQ page Full committee review is required for the remainder of the study applications Examples include those with greater than minimal risk or involving a vulnerable population Studies can receive full IRB approval for a maximum of one year from the date of the last convened meeting when the protocol was reviewed The committee meets once a month from August May to review research proposals Continuing review Federal regulations require human subjects research protocols to be reviewed a minimum of once per year 21 CFR 56 109 and 45 CFR 46 Continuation of a research study beyond

    Original URL path: http://www.anselm.edu/IRB (2016-02-01)
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  • Resources : Saint Anselm College
    forms that fall under the purview of the Dean of the College content has been organized under three broad categories Students The Office of the Dean of the College supports students academic progress It administers standards of academic progress It also provides advisement in course work and oversees policies on disputed grades leaves of absence withdrawal from the College and the assignment of academic notations W WF I Who is my Academic Dean Withdrawal from Courses Leave of Absence Withdrawal from the College Forms Curriculum The Office of the Dean of the College is responsible for curriculum development It administers the resources and policies required to maintain the College s record of academic excellence Course Interdisciplinary Minor and Major Proposals Interdisciplinary Minor Committee Members Academic Dishonesty Report Forms Faculty Development The Dean s Office promotes the renewal and growth of the faculty in all facets of their professional lives At Saint Anselm College the members of the faculty fulfill a variety of roles as teachers whose commitment is to provide their students with expert instruction and guidance as participants in the collegial community of a Catholic liberal arts college and as members of the community of scholars within their disciplines

    Original URL path: http://www.anselm.edu/Faculty-and-Staff/Dean-of-the-College/Resources.htm (2016-02-01)
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