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  • Forty-nine SVC Students Inducted into New Biology Honor Society

    FORTY-NINE SVC STUDENTS INDUCTED INTO NEW BIOLOGY HONOR SOCIETY

    Posted: Monday Apr 23, 2012
    Forty-nine Saint Vincent College students were inducted at the first initiation ceremony of the college’s chapter of Beta Beta Beta (TriBeta) National Biological Honor Society at the Sis and Herman Dupré Science Pavilion on April 21. 
  • SVC Relay for Life Begins Friday

    SVC RELAY FOR LIFE BEGINS FRIDAY

    Posted: Monday Apr 23, 2012
    Christie Cyktor, president of the Saint Vincent College chapter of Colleges Against Cancer, announced that the second annual Relay for Life would begin at 7 p.m. Friday, April 27 in the Robert S. Carey Student Center gymnasium.
  • SAINT VINCENT COLLEGE TO SHOWCASE STUDENT RESEARCH AT NINTH ANNUAL ACADEMIC CONFERENCE WEDNESDAY

    Posted: Monday Apr 23, 2012
    Nearly 250 Saint Vincent College students will be showcasing their research and other academic accomplishments for the public at the College’s Ninth Annual Academic Conference from 2:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 25 in the entrance atrium and adjoining hallways of the Sis and Herman Dupré Science Pavilion on the campus of Saint Vincent College, Latrobe. 
  • Saint Vincent Gallery Opens Second Senior Art Exhibition

    SAINT VINCENT GALLERY OPENS SECOND SENIOR ART EXHIBITION

    Posted: Monday Apr 23, 2012
    Featured student artists are Sarah Hunter, Danny Kilmer, Zachary Lantz, Lauren Stanley and Basil Wilson.
  • Fourteen Political Science Students Inducted into Honor Fraternity

    FOURTEEN POLITICAL SCIENCE STUDENTS INDUCTED INTO HONOR FRATERNITY

    Posted: Friday Apr 20, 2012
    Fourteen Saint Vincent College political science students were inducted into the college’s chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha, the national political science honor society, on April 19. 
  • SVC's Renold Sossong 'Arrested' by MDA

    SVC’S RENOLD SOSSONG ‘ARRESTED’ BY MDA

    Posted: Thursday Apr 19, 2012
    Despite protests that he had papers to write and studying to do, Saint Vincent College senior Renold Sossong voluntarily submitted to the “arrest” warrant presented by Jim Lowers for the Muscular Dystrophy Association and transported him to the temporary “jail” at the Supper Club at the Greensburg Train Station.
  • Pennsylvania Attorney General Speaks at SVC

    PENNSYLVANIA ATTORNEY GENERAL SPEAKS AT SVC

    Posted: Wednesday Apr 18, 2012
    Linda L. Kelly, Attorney General of Pennsylvania, gave a talk, Challenges for Law Enforcement in the Next Decade, on April 17 at the Fred M. Rogers Center.
  • SVC ANNOUNCES SUMMER PLANETARIUM SHOW SCHEDULE

    Posted: Wednesday Apr 18, 2012
    Saint Vincent College will present four planetarium shows this summer in the Angelo J. Taiani Planetarium and Astronaut Exhibit.
  • Pennsylvania Attorney General Welcomed by SVC Students

    PENNSYLVANIA ATTORNEY GENERAL WELCOMED BY SVC STUDENTS

    Posted: Wednesday Apr 18, 2012
    Linda L. Kelly, Attorney General of Pennsylvania, was welcomed by three Saint Vincent College students prior to her talk on April 17 at the Fred M. Rogers Center.
  • Nine Students Honored with Benedictine Values Awards

    NINE STUDENTS HONORED WITH BENEDICTINE VALUES AWARDS

    Posted: Wednesday Apr 18, 2012
    Honored were Michael Barkowski, Lauren Donahue, Samantha Dravis, Taylor Guido, Mark Mannerino, Michael O’Reilly, Julie Pomerleau, Lauren Schlieper, and Alexander Weiss.
  • New Fred Rogers Center App 'Everyday Grooves' Encourages Families, Teachers to Create Daily Routines with Music

    NEW FRED ROGERS CENTER APP ‘EVERYDAY GROOVES’ ENCOURAGES FAMILIES, TEACHERS TO CREATE DAILY ROUTINES WITH MUSIC

    Posted: Tuesday Apr 17, 2012
    The Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children’s Media at Saint Vincent College has launched Everyday Grooves, a new iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch app for parents, teachers and other caregivers of children ages 3 to 5 to encourage routines and structure in the lives of children through songs and music.
  • Michael Barkowski

    SAINT VINCENT COLLEGE ANNOUNCES FINALISTS FOR 38TH ANNUAL PRESIDENT’S AWARD

    Posted: Tuesday Apr 17, 2012
    Saint Vincent College announced that five seniors have been named finalists for the 38th annual President’s Award, the College’s highest student honor, presented to the member of the graduating class who best embodies what the Catholic, Benedictine, liberal arts college values in its students.
  • Msgr. James Gaston Final Speaker in SVC Series on Aging

    MSGR. JAMES GASTON FINAL SPEAKER IN SVC SERIES ON AGING, SPIRITUALITY

    Posted: Thursday Apr 12, 2012
    Msgr. James Gaston, pastor of St. Margaret Mary R.C. Church, Lower Burrell, was the final speaker in the fourth edition of the Aging and Spirituality Lecture Series presented by the Saint Vincent College School of Social Sciences, Communication, and Education on April 11.
  • CMU Materials Professor Gives Boyer School Lecture

    CMU MATERIALS PROFESSOR GIVES BOYER SCHOOL LECTURE

    Posted: Thursday Apr 12, 2012
    Dr. Thaddeus Bronislaw Massalski, professor emeritus of materials science, engineering and physics at Carnegie Mellon University, gave a talk April 11 in the ongoing Herbert W. Boyer School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics, and Computing Lecture Series at Saint Vincent College.
  • DR. JASON JIVIDEN SPEAKER AT LINCOLN SYMPOSIUM

    Posted: Wednesday Apr 11, 2012
    Dr. Jason Jividen was a featured speaker at “The Latest in Lincoln Scholarship,” the 15th annual Lincoln Institute Symposium at the National Archives II in College Park, Maryland, March 24.
  • DR. MICHAEL BOTSKO HAS TWO MATH RESEARCH PROBLEMS PUBLISHED

    Posted: Wednesday Apr 11, 2012
    Dr. Michael Botsko, professor and chair of the department of mathematics in the Saint Vincent College Herbert W. Boyer School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics, and Computing, had two problems published in Mathematics magazine.
  • FORMER UNITED NATIONS AMBASSADOR JOHN BOLTON TO SPEAK AT SVC DUQUESNE CLUB LUNCHEON MAY 18

    Posted: Wednesday Apr 11, 2012
    The Saint Vincent College Center for Political and Economic Thought will host a luncheon on Friday, May 18 featuring remarks by Former United Nations Ambassador John Bolton at The Duquesne Club, 325 Sixth Ave., Pittsburgh.
  • Dr. James Kellam Enjoys Teaching, Bird Research

    DR. JAMES KELLAM ENJOYS TEACHING, BIRD RESEARCH

    Posted: Tuesday Apr 10, 2012
    Dr. James Kellam knew when he was in 8th grade that he wanted to study birds. 
  • SVC Environmental Science Program Growing Success

    SAINT VINCENT COLLEGE ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE PROGRAM GROWING SUCCESS

    Posted: Tuesday Apr 10, 2012
    Dr. Caryl Fish has nurtured the Environmental Science program in the Herbert W. Boyer School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics, and Computing from its birth into a thriving major program that is growing in popularity with today’s environmentally conscious students.
  • Madonia Environmental Center Jewel in Crown of Dupré Pavilion at SVC

    MADONIA ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER JEWEL IN CROWN OF DUPRÉ PAVILION AT SVC

    Posted: Tuesday Apr 10, 2012
    A “jewel in the crown” of the Sis and Herman Dupré Science Pavilion at Saint Vincent College is the Evelyn and Batista Madonia, Sr. Environmental Center that houses a computer-controlled greenhouse where students and faculty can pursue research on plants and animals.