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  • Commitment to Inclusion : Saint Anselm College
    Information Environmental Stewardship History President Diversity and Inclusiveness Commitment to Inclusion Statement on Inclusiveness Statement on Inclusiveness and Sexual Orientation President s Steering Committee on Inclusiveness Climate Assessment Resources Contact Us Rankings Strategic Plan Web Site Information Who was Saint Anselm Contact Us Saint Anselm College Home Page About Saint Anselm Diversity and Inclusiveness Commitment to Inclusion Main Content Commitment to Inclusion The Saint Anselm College Statement on Inclusiveness Statement on Inclusiveness and Sexual Orientation and Nondiscrimination Policy all highlight the institution s commitment to diversity and inclusion However transforming an institution requires more than words good will and good intentions The President s Steering Committee for Inclusiveness is a dedicated group of faculty staff and students who aid the Saint Anselm community in outlining and achieving its strategic diversity goals Beyond this committee people across the college have been diligently working to support inclusive efforts The addition of an inclusive component to the New Student Orientation Program creation of a Sexual Orientation Task Force and assessment initiatives such as the Campus Climate Survey are important milestones on this journey View Saint Anselm s Milestones of Diversity Saint Anselm College A Catholic Benedictine Liberal Arts College 100 Saint Anselm Drive

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  • History in the Making: 50 Years of Politics at Saint Anselm College
    founding reflected on the inception in A Vision Statement for Current and Potential Stakeholders in the Mission of The New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College It is rare that one can actually beat a sword into a plowshare but from the former Crafts Brothers Army Reserve Facility on the east end of its campus Saint Anselm College was able to do just that converting the cold war era training facility into the state of the art facility that is The New Hampshire Institute of Politics On September 7 2001 with the late summer sun glistening upon the red white and blue bunting of Alumni Hall and America the Beautiful resounding in the air Saint Anselm College formally dedicated the New Hampshire Institute of Politics and honored Senator Judd Gregg for his life of public service as well as for his significant assistance in the Institute s founding Emphasizing the importance of this new institute in New Hampshire and at this College Senator Gregg reminded the gathered convocation of John Adams caution if good men do not become leaders wicked men most assuredly will Four days later on the serene morning of September 11 2001 people crowded into the café of the newly dedicated NHIOP staring in disbelief at the televisions The images unfolding there ultimately contained many lessons for the citizens of this nation and the world Among them were two very profound lessons for the founders and supporters of the NHIOP First the sobering reminder that there would always be those who would brandish swords Whether from airplanes turned to missiles young men turned to mass murderers or simply common purposes turned to complacency democratic freedoms would always need defending The second lesson was one to which the Institute s founders had already fervently committed themselves Namely that to insure that democracy will not only survive but flourish there would always be a need for shouldering the plough of liberty and cultivating the democratic heritage and values that are the hope of this country Awakened to the profound necessity and good of their enterprise the Institute s leaders set forth from that morning with a passion and a determination to engage educate and empower citizens Today the NHIOP can already look back upon what has been an abundant harvest of political engagement civic education and citizen empowerment The Institute s primary strength observes Senator Gregg is that it brings politics to the people It attempts to re engage people in politics and government on an intellectual personal and physical level The NHIOP remains a most important part of life at the college and Saint Anselm College continues to be a place where people from across the political spectrum come together to discuss the most important issues of the day The Institute hosts many speakers events and programs in addition to the Granite State debates and the New Hampshire presidential primary In 2008 just three days before the first in the nation New Hampshire primary a historic

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  • Max Latona : Saint Anselm College
    Home Page Academics Majors and Departments Philosophy Faculty Max Latona Main Content Max Latona Associate Professor of Philosophy Education Ph D Boston College Research Interests Plato Greek Philosophy Indian Philosophy Courses Taught Human Nature Seminar PH 105 Ethics Seminar PH 107 The Philosophical Life Seminar I PH 108 The Philosophical Life Seminar II PH 109 Ancient Philosophy PH 211 GBS I The Ancient World PH 271 Contact Information Max Latona

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  • Peter Josephson, Ph.D. : Saint Anselm College
    Peter Josephson Ph D 1998 Ph D Boston College 1991 M A University of New Hampshire 1984 B A Oberlin College I currently hold the Richard L Bready Chair in Ethics Economics and the Common Good and am an associate professor of Politics at Saint Anselm College I teach courses in the Politics Humanities and Philosophy departments I served for several years as the academic advisor to the NHIOP From 2005 to 2010 I co chaired Saint Anselm s programs for Learning Liberty and Education in Liberty and the Liberal Arts I also served as program Director of the College s Civic Leadership Academy Currently I am a member of the board at the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy Born and raised in Anchorage Alaska I worked as a campaign manager legal researcher and as an actor and mushed dogs recreationally Before coming to Saint Anselm I taught political theory and international relations for four years at the University of New Hampshire and I am a recipient of the Boston College Excellence in Teaching Award I am a former member of the Actors Equity Association and remain active on stages around New Hampshire Research and Literature My research has been supported by grants and fellowships from the Earhart Foundation and the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation I authored The Great Art of Government Locke s Use of Consent and co authored The Irony of Barack Obama Barack Obama Reinhold Niebuhr and the Problem of Christian Statecraft I ve also produced articles and chapters on politics and popular culture justice and war nineteenth century Russian thought the political philosophy of Henry Kissinger and the religious and philosophic influences on Barack Obama My current research explores the relation between philosophy and classical liberal politics in the work of John Locke Contact

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  • Dale Kuehne, Ph.D. : Saint Anselm College
    Faculty Dale Kuehne Main Content Dale Kuehne Ph D 1993 Ph D Georgetown University Government 1989 M A Georgetown University Government 1985 M A T S Gordon Conwell Seminary Church History 1981 B A University of Minnesota Political Science I teach in the Department of Politics and serve as the second Richard L Bready Chair of Ethics Economics and the Common Good My current research focuses on the relationship between Christianity Politics and Human Sexuality In 1989 I taught in the Political Science Department at William Jewell College in Liberty MO and was the founding director of the Pryor Program for Leadership Studies at William Jewell College in 1993 I joined the Department of Politics at Saint Anselm in 1994 and in 2000 he became the founding director of the New Hampshire Institute of Politics I authored Massachusetts Congregationalist Political Thought 1760 1790 The Design of Heaven Columbia MO University of Missouri Press 1996 and recently authored a book for Baker Academic Press titled Sex and the i World I was ordained as a minister by the Evangelical Covenant Church of America in 2001 and serve as the pastor of the Emmanuel Covenant Church in Nashua N H Contact Information

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  • Montague Brown : Saint Anselm College
    Montague Brown Main Content Montague Brown Professor of Philosophy Education Ph D Boston College Research Interests Medieval Philosophy Metaphysics Ethics Philosophy of God Courses Taught Ethics Seminar PH 107 Medieval Philosophy PH 212 GBS I The Ancient World PH 271 GBS II The Medieval World PH 272 GBS III The Renaissance PH 273 GBS IV The Enlightenment and Its Discontents PH 274 GBS V The Contemporary World PH 275 Philosophy

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  • Philosophy Department : Saint Anselm College
    Is there life after death What is the meaning of life What makes actions right wrong Can I know anything for certain Because such questions are central to human life the study of philosophy is an indispensable part of a liberal arts education Every student at Saint Anselm College takes two introductory philosophy seminars which are capped at 20 students Why study philosophy Do you wonder if God exists if you have a soul or if there is life after death If so you should study philosophy Philosophers try to answer such questions in a careful and rigorous way using all the resources of logic and human experience Studying philosophy will also improve your reading writing communication and critical thinking skills What can I do with philosophy Studying philosophy is excellent preparation for any number of careers Philosophy majors outperform all other majors but one on the LSAT all business majors on the GMAT all other majors on the GRE Verbal Reasoning all humanities majors on the GRE Quantitative Reasoning and all other majors on the GRE Analytic Writing Philosophy majors graduating from Saint Anselm College have gone on to successful careers in law public relations finance publishing business administration

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  • News Stories : Saint Anselm College
    Friday Aug 21 when they leave Lewiston Maine for Saint Anselm College on the 12th annual Road for Hope Read More New Faculty 2010 2011 08 24 2010 Saint Anselm welcomes new faculty for the 2010 2011 academic year Read More Athletics Launches Hawks TV 09 24 2010 Far flung fans of Hawk athletics can now see live broadcasts of football basketball and ice hockey home games streamed online Read More In Context Professor Moore Discusses the Jimmy Carter Edward Kennedy Rivalry 09 29 2010 Andrew Moore associate professor of history is writing a book about Carter and in a video he discusses this famous rivalry among these two leading Democrats of their day Read More Quarterback Pierce 13 Makes Hawk History 09 30 2010 Quarterback Michael Pierce made Hawk football history this week and was named D2Football com National Offensive Player of the Week Read More Tropical Field Studies in Belize 10 01 2010 Saint Anselm College students studied in Belize last summer The neotropical rainforests and coral reefs of the Central American country are two of the most species rich ecosystems on earth Read More Dr J Explains Four Song Regions of the Mourning Warbler 10 22 2010 In this podcast Professor Jay Pitocchelli discusses the four regions of Mourning Warbler song that he has observed Dr J shares some of his audio recordings from each of the geographic and dialectic regions Newfoundland Nova Scotia Eastern and Western Read More Chasing the Mourning Warbler 10 22 2010 In this podcast Biology Professor Jay Pitocchelli discusses his research use of technology and the art of bringing the two together in pursuit of science Read More Sarah Duffy 11 Dives into Her Research 11 04 2010 Sarah Duffy 11 spent last summer fighting alien invaders She was an intern on

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