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  • From left to right: Roddy Award winners Jessica Peacock, assistant professor of health sciences, ... Jun 1, 2021 —
    The Edward G. Roddy Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award is given annually to a Merrimack faculty member who goes above and beyond in the classroom. This year, three faculty members received the Roddy Award at both the 2020 and 2021 Merrimack Commencement ceremonies.
  • 2020 Merrimack Medal winner Audrey Regan (left) and Allison Gill, associate vice president of stu... May 11, 2021 —
    The Merrimack Medal is awarded annually to a senior of outstanding character and achievement of service to their classmates and the Merrimack College community. This year, the award was given to Audrey Regan, president of the Austin Scholars program.
  • Mack Gives Back provided 96,000 meals to the Merrimack Valley Food Bank this fall and 90,000 meal... May 4, 2021 —
    Mack Gives Back is a community-wide series of service events where Merrimack students, faculty and staff lend a helping hand to local nonprofits and community partners. This year, the program went through a transformation to comply with COVID-19 protocols and packed more than 180,000 meals to address the growing challenge of food insecurity across Massachusetts.
  • Stream the concert live on our YouTube channel. Apr 26, 2021 —
    Tune in live on May 1 to watch the Department of Visual and Performing Arts’ spring music concert on YouTube.
  • On-campus students gather for the field demonstration in front of Mendel Pond. Remote students tu... Apr 22, 2021 —
    As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to limit in-person engagement, Merrimack’s civil engineering students took their lab work outside to study local bodies of water.
  • Assistant Professor Leena Bharath receives $434,000 in a grant from the National Institutes of He... May 25, 2021 —
    Assistant Professor Leena Bharath, who teaches in the School of Health Sciences, has received $434,000 in grant funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The awarded R15 grant will stretch over three years and is intended to support the training of undergraduate students.
  • ?The opportunity to take the SIE while enrolled in college increases my knowledge of the securiti... May 7, 2021 —
    More than 20 Merrimack College students have passed the Securities Industry Essentials® (SIE) exam, administered by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). Passing the exam is a prestigious achievement and demonstrates immense promise for students interested in the finance industry.
  • Alexa Tejada Apr 30, 2021 —
    Alexa Tejeda ’22 holds it all in balance: athletics, academics, and her own career development. As an Honors Program student leader, a varsity swimmer, and an exercise teacher on campus, she’s somehow found time for her latest accomplishment: an internship with Supportive Living as a neurofit intern! We’re so proud to feature her, as she joins us to discuss the new role, balancing time-consuming commitments, and her advice to fellow student athletes.
  • Felicia Fishel?s Senior Capstone Project explored the relationship between the U.S. and Puerto Rico. Apr 23, 2021 —
    Felicia Fishel has been inducted into the Honors Society. As a senior majoring in graphic design, Fishel’s work often focuses on the intersection of art and culture, and her impressive Senior Capstone Project has marked her as a standout artist.
  • The first workshop of Be the CAUSE shared resources, interactive exercises and focused on broaden... Apr 20, 2021 —
    Be the CAUSE (Catalyst for Advocacy and Unified Student Empowerment) is a new community partnership between Merrimack and Central Catholic High School in Lawrence, Massachusetts which aims to bring diversity awareness training to high school students.