Lobbying on Capitol Hill
Alumna Emily Johnson '16 took current students under her wing and to Capitol Hill for a two-day lobbying session.
On Saturday, May 6, Colby-Sawyer celebrated its 179th Commencement, recognizing students and other individuals for academic excellence, outstanding contributions to society, and service to the college and community.
Going the Distance
Colby-Sawyer invests in its students by offering generous financial aid packages. For these two students, and many others, Colby-Sawyer is more affordable than state schools.
Nathaly Abreu '17 breaks away from stereotypes on campus and at her internship with The Estée Lauder Companies.
Dean’s New Role Strengthens Partnership with DHMC
Susan Reeves ’88, dean of Colby-Sawyer’s School of Nursing and Public Health, has been named Chief Nursing Executive for Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health.
Colby-Sawyer College Grants Faculty Tenure and Promotions
The Board of Trustees promoted five faculty members, including Leslie Campbell and Kraig Larkin, who earned tenure.
Colby-Sawyer Celebrates Faculty, Staff Service
The college awarded The Judith Pond Condict ’62 Award for Excellence in Service and recognized 43 faculty and staff members on May 12.
Lunch and Learn Series Presents 'My Story of Empowering Women in Ghana'
Galligan’s Pub at Lethbridge Lodge, 12 p.m.
Get Moving, Stay Moving: Healthy Aging Conference
Wheeler Hall, Ware Student Center, 8 a.m.
Boston Civic Symphony
Sawyer Theater, Sawyer Fine Arts Center, 7:30 p.m.