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Pic of the Day!

  • July 10
    Joe Colbert ’18, a biology and environmental studies major from Dover, New Hampshire, and Trevor Donnelly ’17, a biology major from Andover, Massachusetts were on the second floor of Mendel Center assisting Biology Department assistant professor Azam Noori’s in her research July 5, 2017. Noori is studying the impact of silver nanoparticles on plants’ physiological and molecular responses, using tomato plants. Understanding plants’ responses to nanoparticles will help plant scientists and environmentalists protect agricultural crops and the environment at large, as well as human health since nanoparticles can enter a person’s body through the food chain, Noori said.

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  • July 5
    Director of Enterprise Applications Laura Chmieleck took a lunchtime break to sit in an Adirondack chair outside McQuade Library and soak up some sunshine July 5, 2017.

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  • June 21
    Merrimack Police Sgt. Gregory Pepper documents his good morning Wednesday with this selfie with summer orientation leaders.

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  • June 5

    For the 10th consecutive year, the Merrimack College Police Department is hosting Cops on Bikes With Education for Bicyclists (COBWEB), a course that teaches law-enforcement officials and hospital-security officers how to effectively patrol on bikes. Lt. Paul Timmins (standing), a detective with the Cambridge, Massachusetts, police department, serves as COBWEB’s program director, and Sgt. Scott Stanton (red helmet), of the Dartmouth, Massachusetts, police, is the course instructor. Merrimack officers Israel Rivera and Jonathan McDonald are among the participants this year.

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  • May 22
    President Christopher E. Hopey poses with keynote speaker and honorary-degree recipient Kenneth Cole at Merrimack’s 67th undergraduate commencement May 21 in Lawler Arena.

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  • May 21
    Master’s degree candidates walked the stage on Friday, May 19. Congratulations, Class of 2017!

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  • May 20
    President Christopher E. Hopey meets with seniors Angela Pezzello, Jillian Dresser, Emily Standish and Angela Longo, who will present the 2017 class gift at Saturday’s baccalaureate Mass.

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  • May 19
    Wishing you the best in all your future endeavors. Stay in touch!

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  • May 14
    Twelve graduate students who served as teaching assistants during spring semester were recognized for their efforts during a ceremony May 2. Collectively, the assistants taught and advised more then 230 undergraduate students during the term. The event was sponsored by the graduate higher education program and hosted by Provost Allan Weatherwax and School of Education and Social Policy Dean Isabelle Cherney.

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  • May 12
    Students forget their finals-week woes by snuggling up with visiting therapy pets. The activity is co-sponsored by the Hamel Health and Counseling Center and McQuade Library. 

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  • May 5
    President Hopey joined students and staff of the honors program at their annual Party on the Plaza May 4 at North Residential Village. Participants enjoyed some sunshine, ice cream, cotton candy, slush, kanjam, cornhole, music and popcorn.

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  • May 5
    Raphael Cherney, a research associate at the Wyss Institute at Harvard, demonstrates a newly designed robot, Root, at an April 26 workshop co-sponsored by McQuade Library, the Merrimack Institute for New Teacher Support and the education honor society. The Root system is designed to be as intuitive and approachable as any tablet app, providing a framework easy for teachers to adopt and comfortable for young students to use.

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  • May 5
    Anthony Miccoli of Rhode Island, center, celebrates his new status as a member of Merrimack’s Class of 2021 with a trip to the Magic Kingdom at Disney World with his parents.

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  • May 3
    Eight Merrimack students and a faculty member were inducted April 24 into Pi Mu Epsilon, the national mathematics honor society. Seated, from left: students Maggie Chiavelli, Amanda Anair, Kelly O’Dea and Robyn Stanley. Standing, from left: faculty adviser Michael Bradley; students Gavin Killough, David Angelo and Steven Bourque; and Brandy Benedict, associate professor of mathematics. Not shown: student Emilia DeWyngaert.

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  • May 1
    Merrimack alumnus John Feury ’77 (right) poses with Villanova men’s basketball coach Jay Wright, who was honored along with his wife, Patty, at the Order of Saint Augustine’s inaugural Saint Augustine Medal Dinner in New York City April 27. The award honors an individual or couple who exemplify the spirit and teachings of Saint Augustine, a deep commitment to the Order of Saint Augustine and the Augustinian values of truth, unity and charity.

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