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By: Michael Cronin
Now in its second year, Merrimack College’s student-led Breaking Bread aims to foster discussion around the ways personal journeys enrich the campus community.
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By: Michael Cronin
The Center for Teaching and Learning Innovation, Development and Design is a new hub for faculty to explore opportunities and find support to better enhance educational experiences in the classroom and online.
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By: Michael Cronin
Raice Szott ’24, a defender, is one of five finalists for the prestigious national award that recognizes a college hockey player who goes above and beyond to not only positively impact their team, but also their community.
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By: Michael Cronin
Dylon Grzenda M’24 is expected to graduate this spring from Merrimack’s athletic training graduate program.
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By: Michael Cronin
Sam Barresi ’24 founded Let’s Innovate during his sophomore year and it has already been recognized as one of the top student organizations at Merrimack College.
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By: Michael Cronin
Kajal Purohit M’24 and Erin Lincoln ’24 are working this academic year as research assistants on Associate Professor Azam Noori’s National Science Foundation grant to examine the impact of silver and nanomaterials on tomatoes.
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By: Michael Cronin
Andrew Cote, assistant professor of practice and assistant director of bands, also presented at this year’s National Association of Music Merchants Show in Anaheim, CA.
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By: Michael Cronin
Merrimack's new Shared Instrumentation and Research Facility (SIRF), will serve as an on-campus research hub for biology, chemistry and other life science initiatives.
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By: Michael Cronin
Nick Cidado M’19, an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Boston College, will publish his first book later this month.
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By: Michael Cronin
Orientation Coordinator Jandeliz Hernandez ‘25 helped welcome Merrimack’s newest students during the two-day event.