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Mroz Wins Prestigious Theology Essay Prize
Kathleen Mroz, Ph.D., assistant professor of theology and religious studies, has been awarded the prestigious Tijdschrift Voor Theologie Essay Prize from Leuven University in Belgium for her essay, "When the 'Sacrament of Salvation' Needs Saving: Schillebeeckx as a Resource for Theologians Responding to the Clergy Sex Abuse Crisis."

Emmanuel Donors Raise $223K on Inaugural Giving Day
Emmanuel supporters more than doubled the College’s donation goal as part of its inaugural Giving Day on September 19th.

Kennedy Advocates for Engaged Citizenship at Centennial Academic Convocation
<i>It was 100 years ago—in September 1919—that Emmanuel College opened its doors. On that day, 26 young women arrived at 400 The Fenway and became the Class of ’23. Today, we are in the company of another Class of ’23—this one comprising nearly 600 young women and men.</i>

Kowit Fuses Science and Art in Newest Stained Glass Exhibit
By his own account, Dr. Joel Kowit has taken an art form that historically focuses on the celestial universe and shifted it toward the cellular.

Gerdon, Emmanuel Awarded More Than $350K by National Science Foundation
The National Science Foundation (NSF) recently awarded Emmanuel College more than $350,000 to support a project under the direction of Associate Professor of Chemistry and department chair Aren Gerdon, Ph.D., to mentor undergraduate students researching in biomaterials, mineralization and biomimetics and to impact STEM education on the secondary level.

Ambassador Kennedy to Keynote Emmanuel College Convocation
On Thursday, September 19, 2019, the official 100th anniversary of its opening, Emmanuel College will welcome diplomat and best-selling author Caroline Kennedy to its Fenway campus to deliver the keynote address at Academic Convocation. The event is an annual tradition which signifies the formal beginning of the academic year. Emmanuel’s 2019 Centennial marks 70 years since Ambassador Kennedy’s father, John F. Kennedy, served as the College’s commencement speaker.

Emmanuel Faculty, Students and Alumni Published in Texts, Journals Over Summer
This summer, three members of the Emmanuel College faculty, as well as a research cohort of students of past and present, received publication for their research in the areas of management, chemistry and modern languages.

Campagna Receives National Recognition for Athletics Dedication
Emmanuel College Assistant Athletic Director Dan Campagna was recently honored as a “2019 Sports 40 Under 40” recipient at the National High School Athletics Coaches Association (NHSACA) convention in late June.

Emmanuel Awarded $157K by Davis Educational Foundation
The Davis Educational Foundation awarded Emmanuel $157,000 to support the College’s review and assessment of its Institutional Learning Goals (ILG) and general education curriculum.

Women’s Basketball Program Inducted into New England Hall of Fame
The Emmanuel College women’s basketball program was inducted into the New England Basketball Hall of Fame as part of the 2019 induction class during a ceremony on Thursday, June 20.

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