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Emmanuel’s School of Education Honors Class of 2022 and Bestows Distinguished Alumni Award on Cerquira-Goncalves '88
On Thursday, May 12th, the Emmanuel College School of Education hosted its annual “Celebrate Teaching” event to recognize 41 graduating seniors.

Emmanuel College Celebrates Historic 100th Commencement and Honors President Sr. Janet Eisner, SNDdeN
On May 14th, Emmanuel College celebrated a milestone 100th Commencement, conferring more than 500 degrees on its bachelor’s and master’s degree candidates.

9th Annual Dorothy Day Lecture Presents “Democracy in Crisis: Is National Popular Vote the Solution?”
Pam Wilmot, Director of the National Popular Vote Initiative and Vice President of State Operations for Common Cause, delivered the 9th Annual Dorothy Day Lecture on Sunday, April 24th, speaking on the topic “Democracy in Crisis: Is National Popular Vote the Solution?”

Emmanuel Business Collaborative Hosts Leaders in ESG

CDEI and S.T.A.R.T. Travel to Nation’s Capital for Immersive Social Justice Experience
This March, 16 Emmanuel students, including members of the S.T.A.R.T. organization, along with staff from the Center of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, traveled to Washington D.C. during a new spring break experience.

Seniors Present Culmination of Research During Senior Distinction Day
This week, nearly 50 students from the Class of 2022 presented their research for Distinction in the Field of Study as the culmination of their academic research projects.

Presidential Search Update from Search Committee Co-Chairs

Emmanuel College Announces Speaker, Honorary Degree Recipients for 100th Commencement Exercises
Sister Janet Eisner, SNDdeN, the country’s longest-serving woman college president, will deliver the Commencement Address at the College’s 100th Commencement Exercises on Saturday, May 14th.

Flynn and Veilleux '21 Publish Research on Connectedness to Nature and Social Media

Allen Awarded Templeton Foundation Grant in Unique Interdisciplinary "Science of Purpose" Initiative
In fall 2021, Associate Professor of Mathematics Ben Allen was selected for a three-year $240,000 award from the John Templeton Foundation for a project entitled "Natural Selection for Collective Purpose.”

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