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  • Apr. 20, 2017 —
    Twenty-seven Merrimack seniors were inducted into the inaugural class of the Father John McKniff, OSA, Honor Society Wednesday in recognition of their commitment to community service throughout their college careers.
  • Apr. 18, 2017 —
    The Writers House, Merrimack’s center for creative writing, reading and thinking, will host its final two events of the academic year in the coming days.
  • Apr. 5, 2017 —
    Combining science lecture and laboratory instruction into a single class is more beneficial to students than taking those courses separately, as is typically done at the college level, a team of Merrimack professors found.
  • Apr. 3, 2017 —
    A committee of motivated faculty and students has developed an impressive lineup of events and lectures, including a two-day symposium on immigration, for this year’s annual Social Justice Week celebration at Merrimack. Activities run today, April 3, through Friday, April 7.
  • Mar. 23, 2017 —
    While many of their peers were hitting the beaches of Florida or hanging out at the nightclubs in Aruba, about 85 Merrimack students spent their spring break last week offering help and hope to some of the country’s — and world’s —most underserved populations.
  • Apr. 20, 2017 —
    Girard School of Business Dean Mark Cordano has announced that he will step down from his position at the end of the academic year and return to the faculty after a one-year sabbatical.
  • Apr. 12, 2017 —
    Professor of Philosophy Monica Cowart has been appointed vice provost and awarded an American Council on Education fellowship for the 2017-18 academic year, Provost Allan Weatherwax said.
  • Apr. 4, 2017 —
    The success of Merrimack’s Active Science continues to grow under the leadership of Associate Dean of Health Sciences Kyle McInnis. Active Science, invented by McInnis in 2011, is an innovative social enterprise using experiential-based learning to increase physical activity and promote academic achievement among children. Founded in the City of Lawrence at the Merrimack Valley YMCA and now spreading across the U.S., the program focuses on underserved children and communities.
  • Mar. 28, 2017 —
    If you’re looking for evidence that Merrimack students are fervently focused on their future careers, look no further than last week’s spring career fair in the Sakowich Campus Center.
  • Mar. 20, 2017 —
    Merrimack College’s Master of Education program in school counseling has been approved for guidance counselor licensure for grades K-8 and 5-12 by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, school official said.