News & Events
Online learning is changing higher education and could make the lecture-based class obsolete within five years, according to Dan Butin, dean of Merrimack’s School of Education and Social Policy.
The Jan. 7 terrorist attack on French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo could ultimately play a role in Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s trial in federal court, according to Merrimack associate professor of criminology Thomas Nolan. Attorneys for the prosecution and defense could use the Charlie Hebdo attack in comparison to Tsarnaev, showing how similar or dissimilar he is to the Kouachi brothers in, Nolan said. Media comparisons to the two terrorist attacks could also be used as grounds for an appeal.
A senior majoring in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance at Merrimack College, Kelly searched and found a graduate program that would allow her to explore her own interests as well as learn more about community-organizing and social justice.
Merrimack College professor Joanne Gurry runs a series of leadership think tanks throughout the school year for educational leaders from the region that is meant to reinvigorate their minds and enthusiasm for their profession.
“I wanted to help my community in a deeper way.”
August 8, 2015
MTEL Preparation Workshop - Early Childhood Education
This workshop is delivered in one day, with individual assistance after the workshop
September 9, 2015
Building Community, Reaching for Justice Speaker Series: David Power
David Power, President and CEO of Perkins, formerly known as the Perkins School for the Blind.
September 24, 2015
October 1, 2015
October 7, 2015
Building Community, Reaching for Justice Speaker Series: Vicente Sanabria
Vicente Sanabria, Director of Community Engagement and Support for LUK, Inc.