Dr. Susan Reeves ’88, dean of the Colby-Sawyer College School of Nursing and Health Professions and Gladys A. Burrows Distinguished Professor of Nursing, shared her expertise while serving on the Governor’s Commission on Health Care Workforce, which released its final report Dec. 16.
Colby-Sawyer College and Green Mountain College (GMC) have signed an articulation agreement that allows qualified Colby-Sawyer students to enter GMC’s sustainability-focused graduate programs.
Richard “Dick” Dulude, 83, trustee emeritus of Colby-Sawyer and resident of Georges Mills, N.H., and Vail, Colo., died Sunday, Jan. 1, at home in New Hampshire.
Colby-Sawyer College and Compass Innovative Behavior Strategies have signed a pilot agreement that will provide students with a paid internship on campus and offer local families a convenient site for their children to receive behavioral therapy.
My first semester at Colby-Sawyer has affirmed the strengths I noted as a presidential candidate: our students are extraordinary young people who excel in their coursework thanks to the combination of liberal arts, pre-professional majors and powerful experiential learning opportunities. Our faculty and staff are committed to the success of each student in remarkable ways. Our alumni are leaders in their professions and communities. As we head into the final weeks of the semester, I am grateful for the warm welcome all of you have offered and truly feel blessed to be at this special institution.
Three film festivals have accepted a short film produced by a student-faculty team made up of Abhineet Kumar ’17 of Mumbai, India, and Professor of Humanities Craig Greenman.
Colby-Sawyer celebrated the grand opening of its field studies office for the Sustainable Learning Initiative (SLI) at Franklin Falls with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Nov. 3. President Susan D. Stuebner and members of the senior leadership team, staff and board of trustees were joined by representatives from PermaCityLife and the City of Franklin to mark the occasion.
Assistant Professor of Humanities Paul Robertson’s analysis of Paul the Apostle’s first-century letters that make up 13 books of the Bible has been published by the international academic printing house Brill.
Two Colby-Sawyer biology majors were among a select few undergraduates chosen to present their research on developing an alternative method of treating bacterial infections to the New Hampshire IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (NH-INBRE) External Advisory Committee (EAC) on Saturday, Oct. 29.
Colby-Sawyer College will host “The Faculty Curates,” an art exhibition designed and organized by faculty in the Fine and Performing Arts Department, from Nov. 10 to Jan. 25 at the Marian Graves Mugar Gallery in the Sawyer Fine Arts Center with an opening reception Thursday, Nov. 10, from 5 to 7 p.m.
Colby-Sawyer College’s Business Administration Department honored Trustee Anthony H. “Tony” Librot ’94 on Tuesday, Oct. 25, for his generous donation to renovate the department’s offices and public spaces on the third floor of Colgate Hall. Librot’s gift funded improvements that have imbued the space with energy and the department's ethos.
The Colby-Sawyer College chapter of Alpha Chi inducted 28 students at a ceremony held at the Ware Student Center on Sunday, Oct. 23.
Business administration and health care management majors sharpened their professional skills by participating in a mock speed interview event on campus Tuesday, Oct. 18. Prizes were awarded to the three highest-performing students.
Yara Mehiar ’17 is a public health major from Jordan. She completed her internship at Reclaim Childhood (RC), a non-profit organization based in Amman, the capital of her home country. During her internship, Mehiar worked to improve the health and quality of life of refugees in Jordan through a daily summer camp focused on recreational sports.
Colby-Sawyer is pleased to announce ten new members of the Presidential Blue Key Society (PBKS). Chosen to embody and inspire the learning spirit of Colby-Sawyer, the students will be formally recognized at the Presidential Blue Key Society Induction Ceremony during Homecoming on Saturday, Oct. 15.
A Colby-Sawyer student-led initiative has led to recognition of the college’s responsible land management. The N.H. Tree Farm Program formally recognized Colby-Sawyer’s 86-acre Kelsey Forest as the state’s newest member of the American Tree Farm System (AFTS) during a Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) Field Day held on campus Friday, Sept. 23.
Colby-Sawyer College will celebrate the beginning of a new era of leadership with the investiture of Susan D. Stuebner, Ed.D., as its ninth president on Friday, Oct. 14, at 3 p.m. on the Quad. The event falls on the first day of Homecoming and will be followed by a reception in the Marian Graves Mugar Art Gallery. The investiture is free and open to the public.
The National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA), the country’s leading student affairs organization, has selected Colby-Sawyer College as one of less than 100 institutions nationwide to participate in the 2016-2017 NASPA Lead Initiative, which recognizes the college’s dedication to promoting civic learning and democratic engagement.
Colby-Sawyer welcomed 297 new students to campus, including first-year students, transfers and the college’s first cohort of graduate students set to earn a master’s of science in nursing. The college’s total student population is 1,042.
One hundred percent of Colby-Sawyer’s 2016 athletic training graduates who sat for the Board of Certification passed on their first attempt. By comparison, the 2015 national first-time pass average among bachelor’s degree candidates was 77 percent.
Colby-Sawyer is a vital part of the New Hampshire economy, with an annual economic impact on the Lake Sunapee Region that has reached $100 million, according to a report compiled by the institution’s Office of Financial Services.
Colby-Sawyer’s Class of 2015 is finding professional and continued academic success, according to a report on graduate outcomes released by the college’s Harrington Center for Experiential Learning. Six months after graduation, 92 percent of the responding class members (44 percent) were either employed (84 percent) or pursuing graduate studies (eight percent). Of those employed, 87 percent report working in a job directly or somewhat related to their major; 39 percent received a job offer from their internship site.
For their professional success, future contributions to the health care of New Hampshire’s citizens, and their commitment to the health and well-being of their fellow citizens, New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan recognized Colby-Sawyer College’s exceptional 2016 undergraduate nursing class with a commendation at the Governor and Executive Council meeting held on campus Wednesday, Aug. 24.
Sport management major, Colby-Sawyer College men's basketball player and 2015 Colby-Sawyer Athletics Hall of Fame inductee Ethan Casson '96 has been hired as the Chief Executive Officer of the Minnesota Timberwolves and Lynx. He begins his new role Aug. 8.
One hundred percent of Colby-Sawyer’s 2016 undergraduate nursing class passed the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN), administered by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN), on their first attempt. By comparison, the 2015 national pass average was 86.77 percent.
Colby-Sawyer will expand its exceptional nursing education options this fall and offer its first graduate program, a Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.). In collaboration with Dartmouth-Hitchcock (D-H), the college’s longtime partner in the health professions, Colby-Sawyer developed the 37-credit program to meet the demand for higher education of the advanced generalist nurse. Program graduates will be eligible to sit for the Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) certification exam.
The Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) announced on Thursday that Colby-Sawyer College and Regis College have accepted invitations to join as full members. The Chargers will join at the beginning of the 2018-19 academic year, while Regis will become a member in the 2017-18 academic year.
Colby-Sawyer College will begin site work this month for a new arts building by removing Colby Farm, which was built as a private single-family residence in 1987 and acquired by the college in 2000.
Dr. Susan Reeves ’88, dean of the Colby-Sawyer College School of Nursing and Health Professions and Gladys A. Burrows Distinguished Professor of Nursing, has been appointed to Health Care Workforce, a commission created by Gov. Maggie Hassan to address New Hampshire’s shortage of health care professionals.
Colby-Sawyer College's Board of Trustees has elected Lisa M. Hogarty '81, Beth Meurlin '70, JoAnn Overfield '69 and Dave Payne as members of the board to serve three-year terms that begin July 1.
Associate Professor and Chair of the Environmental Studies Department at Colby-Sawyer College, Laura Alexander, Ph.D., has accepted the position of Interim Academic Vice President for 2016-2017, effective July 1.
Colby-Sawyer College has been awarded a 10-year initial accreditation of its baccalaureate programs in business administration and health care management by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), an award-winning accreditation association in business education.
Colby-Sawyer College will celebrate its 178th Commencement on Saturday, May 7, graduating approximately 310 students and recognizing them and other individuals for academic excellence, outstanding contributions to society, and service to the college and community.
Colby-Sawyer junior Mardia Cooper of Chicago, Ill., won first place in the inaugural New Hampshire Writer's Project (NHWP) student essay contest. Cooper attended Writer's Day in Manchester, N.H., on Saturday, April 23, where she was notified of her win and awarded a $1,000 prize.
Colby-Sawyer College sophomore Theresa Edick, a resident of Dublin, N.H., has been named a 2016 Newman Civic Fellow by Campus Compact, a Boston-based not-for-profit focused on public service and higher education. Edick will receive a certificate of accomplishment and gain access to the Newman Civic Fellows online network, which will connect her to 217 other fellows from institutions around the country.
On April 4, Vice President of Student Development and Dean of Students David Sauerwein shared with the college community news that a member of our Colby-Sawyer family, Melissa Molin ’16, passed away that evening due to injuries sustained in a single-car accident.