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  • Fine Arts and Res Life Co-Sponsor Sculpture Exhibition : Saint Anselm College
    gallery director and professor at Marist College and director of the Venice Biennale Program at Marist He has served as a visiting artist critic and guest speaker at the college in the past His pieces can be seen in collections all over the United States as well as abroad Smith s work has been featured in the New York Times Sculpture Magazine and many others He has also won numerous awards including a Fulbright award Ed Smith s work which centers around mythic stories of god and mortals is born out of a tradition in art that seeks to deal with difficult timeless subjects Though these works are not monumental in scale they are monumental in nature and presence says fine arts professor Kimberly Kersey Asbury His works touch upon a range of issues that include the struggle of the individual of war terror Homeric ideals heroism the indigent the loss of beauty and search for meaning But despite the failures of mankind the human spirit man is made for great things kleos aphthiton she says This event is co sponsored by the college s Fine Arts and Residential Life departments The exhibition will be located on the first second and third floor galleries in the LLC Smith will also be offering a workshop to the college community and working with senior fine arts majors on their thesis through senior critiques This event and exhibition are free and open to the public The LLC galleries are open to the public seven days a week 9 a m to 9 p m The LLC galleries serve as an educational resource for students as well as a cultural asset to the college and community The mission of the galleries is to promote art appreciation and artistic practice through exhibitions workshops and collaboration

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  • Seniors Awarded Full Tuition Scholarship : Saint Anselm College
    Through Meelia Follett visits and plays with two young brothers who have an aggressive form of muscular dystrophy She also helps K 8 students with homework at Elmwood Gardens Community Center a site that Meelia Center Director Dan Forbes said is one of the more challenging volunteer sites Rachel has consistently and selflessly modeled the Anselmian values of respect for place and others said Jean Couture director of Student Activities and Leadership Programs She dedicates an abundance of her time and energy to actively contribute to many student organizations and committees We have seen Rachel s tireless service to the institution through her active engagement as a student leader committed to making this campus a better place for her fellow students to live and learn together In addition to her demanding nursing schedule and extracurricular activities she previously worked two jobs off campus The scholarship was an unexpected but welcome surprise for Follett Pickowicz is a business major and politics minor from Franklin N H and hopes to be an entrepreneur one day In the meantime he has succeeded at Saint Anselm through dedication and hard work Pickowicz is a former member of the football team and an active member of the New Hampshire Institute of Politics NHIOP Kevin Harrington Student Ambassador Program Prior to his senior year he worked part time in the studio at the NHIOP as well as full time at a store in Manchester He s an asset to our ambassador program always displaying a positive energetic and welcoming attitude said Katelyn Ellison communications specialist at the NHIOP He asks thoughtful questions during our events and isn t afraid to put himself out there to encourage discussion and get people talking Most recently Pickowicz established a small business BP Fitness as a personal trainer and diet

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  • Alumni Return for Homecoming 2015 : Saint Anselm College
    campus catching up with old friends and cheering on the Hawks alumni attended a marionette demonstration in the Dana Center celebrated successful alumni at the Alumni Awards dinner decorated pumpkins on the Campus Green and learned about cultures from around the world at Multicultural Day It was wonderful to have so many of our alumni back on the hilltop participating in such a wide variety of activities said Tricia Guanci Therrien 88 Assistant Vice President for Alumni Relations and Advancement Programming We were excited about this year s programming and pleased with the turnout Returning alumni had lots of athletics options on campus as the football team battled Assumption women s tennis volleyball and field hockey also squared off with opponents from across New England and New York See athletics results On Friday Professors Christopher Galdieri politics and David George classics offered classes on their respective expertise The NH Primary and Archaeological Dig which alumni of all graduation years enjoyed Later on Friday evening the Alumni Association recognized five alumni two parents and one staff member for their achievements and contributions to the college at the annual Alumni Awards Dinner Chosen by the Alumni Council this year s recipients were Elizabeth A Condron 04 Doria Woody Dubois Ph D 64 Michael Mick F Flynn 89 Evelyn Lord Gaudrault 62 J ames and Eleanor Golden P 86 P 87 P 92 P 03 Kenneth A Perkins and Frank A Stabile Jr 68 Read the full story On Saturday Professor David Banach offered a Conversatio Humanities seminar to those interested in learning about the new program For those interested in college history archivist Keith Chevalier gave a historic walking tour of campus In addition this year s homecoming coincided with the college s annual Multicultural Day on Saturday which offered students alumni

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  • Alumni Association Honors Anselmians for Good Work : Saint Anselm College
    given to Doria Woody Dubois 64 Ph D for his contribution to AIDS research The award is granted to those with exceptional achievements in health care research practice and health education After graduating Saint Anselm with a biology degree Dubois pursued his Ph D in Microbiology from the University of Maryland While serving in the United States Army Dubois became a virologist at the Walter Reed Hospital where he served as a civilian doctor for three decades While there he started his quest in finding a cure for AIDS His research led to a breakthrough resulting in a U S patent Michael Mick F Flynn 89 was granted the John A Houghton 49 Alumni Council Award This award is given to a former or present member of the Alumni Council who has shown dedication in sustaining the activities of the Alumni Association Michael Flynn is known as one of the college s most loyal and dedicated ambassadors He currently serves on the Corporate Partners Committee is the agent for the class of 1989 and has been influential in the formation and success of the Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament Evelyn Lord Gaudrault 62 was awarded the Alumni Award of Merit This award is given periodically to a graduate who has demonstrated unusual professional competence and a general concern for the betterment of mankind She has shown this through her work with Intercultural Nursing Inc INI After graduating from the nursing program and traveling to southern Tunisia with the Peace Corps Gaudrault founded the Intercultural Nursing Inc INI in 1985 INI is a non profit charitable organization that provides healthcare professionals and volunteers with an opportunity to travel to Haiti or the Dominican Republic for 2 3 weeks Serving as president until 1993 Gaudrault made 26 different trips to the two countries

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  • News Stories : Saint Anselm College
    how to successfully compete for an internship or a job The Center for Experiential Learning will offer a full week of events designed to help you compete for internships and careers Read More Saint Anselm College Remembers 9 11 09 09 2011 The shocking and sorrowful events of Sept 11 2001 affected us all as a nation as individuals and at Saint Anselm College as a community We invite you to share your thoughts of 9 11 and your reflections on the anniversary on our college blog Read More Fr Jonathan DeFelice O S B Announces The Passing of Robert Bob Collins 37 09 19 2011 A member of the Class of 1937 Bob Collins was the first lay vice president at Saint Anselm During his long career at the College he served as instructor in the English Department director of public relations vice president of college advancement and Executive Vice President His service to Sai Read More Funeral Homily for Robert J Collins 09 22 2011 Earlier this week Robert Collins Saint Anselm College Class of 1937 passed away He was a dear friend of both the College and Abbey He was buried yesterday morning from the Abbey Church Abbot Matthew preached the following homily at the funeral Mass Read More Professor Documents Seabird s First State Appearance 09 23 2011 Hurricane Irene brought biology professor Jay Pitocchelli an unexpected chance to obtain a bird specimen never before recorded in New Hampshire It was the first state record for a White tailed Tropicbird It was found on August 30 in Claremont N H following the hurricane Read More Saint Anselm College to Partner with Manchester Schools in Mentor Program 09 29 2011 Launching in the spring 2012 semester the Saint Anselm College Mentor Program is a partnership between Saint

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  • News Stories : Saint Anselm College
    in Washington D C on May 7 Read More Alumnus Named Director of U S Army Chemical and Biological Center 02 13 2015 Joseph Corriveau a 1981 biology graduate has been appointed director of the federal laboratory that oversees research and development of solutions for chemical and biological defense of American soldiers and the nation Read More Alumnus Named Future Boston Leader 03 05 2013 Alumnus Adam Ghander 99 was selected by the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce for the 2013 Class of Boston s Future Leaders Read More Alumnus to Lead Los Angeles County Sheriff s Department 12 08 2014 Jim McDonnell a Class of 1981 criminal justice graduate recently was elected to lead the largest sheriff s department in the country He took office as Los Angeles County sheriff on December 1 Read More Alumnus Wins The Amazing Race 12 09 2013 Saint Anselm College business grad Jason Case 03 and his girlfriend have won the reality TV game show The Amazing Race in addition to its 1 million grand prize Read More Alumnus with Homeland Security Talks About Human Trafficking 02 26 2015 A Dana Center lecture hall was packed on February 23 when alumnus Michael Posanka a U S Department of Homeland Security official spoke about human trafficking Read More An Art Tradition That Lasts 09 24 2014 The Alva de Mars Megan Chapel Art Center opens their yearlong exhibition Reverie Realizing a Collection on Sept 26 that will run through Dec 10 Read More Ann Norton Voted Professor of the Year 02 10 2014 Ann Norton professor of English has been voted the 2014 Abbot Gerald McCarthy Professor of the Year by the Saint Anselm College student body Read More Anselmian Abbey Players Present The Laramie Project 11 05 2012 Saint Anselm College s student

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  • October Events at the NHIOP : Saint Anselm College
    Where Millennials Are Leading America And How Republicans Can Keep Up as part of the Institute s Bookmark Series A book sale and signing will follow the event Stefany Shaheen Elle Coach Diabetes the Fight for My Daughter s Life and the Dog Who Changed Everything Wednesday October 14 6 p m NHIOP Auditorium Stefany Shaheen will present a discussion on her recent book Elle Coach Diabetes the Fight for My Daughter s Life and the Dog Who Changed Everything as part of the Institute s Bookmark Series A book sale and signing will follow the event Stephen Hess Dynasties and the Presidency Tuesday October 20 6 p m NHIOP Auditorium Presidential historian Stephen Hess will present a talk based on his forthcoming book America s Political Dynasties from Adams to Clinton as part of the Brookings 2016 Election Series A book sale and signing will follow the discussion Stathis N Kalyvas Ph D Reflections on the Eurozone and Greek Crisis Wednesday October 21 6 p m NHIOP Auditorium Stathis N Kalyvas Ph D Arnold Wolfers Professor of Political Science at Yale University will join the Institute to present a talk titled Reflections on the Eurozone and Greek Crisis as part of the Institute s Speaker Series A book sale and signing will follow the discussion Patrick Allitt Ph D The Case for Environmental Optimism Thursday October 22 6 30 p m NHIOP Auditorium As part of the Institute s Speaker Series Patrick Allitt Ph D Cahoon Family Professor of American History at Emory University will discuss American environmentalism Better than Reagan A World Class Debate Coolidge v Reagan Which president is the better model for GOP candidates today Tuesday October 27 5 p m NHIOP Auditorium In collaboration with the Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation the New Hampshire Institute of

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  • Students Gain Real-World Experience Through Flatley Fellowship : Saint Anselm College
    students says Jim Flanagan senior vice president of college advancement These summer internships are incredibly helpful to them by positioning them to secure jobs upon graduation With the help of a Flatley Fellowship finance and economics major Alexander Ross 16 interned at finance technology company Capital Hedge While there he completed deep dive investor research assisted with new ideas strategy and creation for the company and covered investment interests in family offices across North America Europe Asia and the Middle East From these tasks Ross gained valuable skills and experiences for future employment The experience was amazing I learned about alternative investments and how competitive and large the business is I gained great research experience and learned how to sort through large amounts of data more effectively says Ross Sam Allen director of career services explained how fellowships like this one make opportunities available to students who cannot always work an un paid internship It allows them to participate gain experience and enhance their competitiveness for post graduate life One of the first things that employers look for is real world application Employers look for internships that generate results give experience and provide leadership positions says Allen It s important to have them see their skills learned in the classroom applied outside An internship helps them with work expectations and culture Allen also gave advice for students seeking a new internship He emphasized the great resources that the Career and Employment System ACES has to offer Students are able to see internship openings made available by employers seeking Saint Anselm students Students interested in summer internships should start searching around the Thanksgiving and Christmas breaks They should seek information for applying and deadlines and receive help from the Office of Career Services for cover letters resumes and mock interviews The

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