June 09, 2016
Communications and Marketing
On June 22 and 23, Saint Anselm College's Office of Alumni Relations will premiere a new lecture series, Hilltop Travels, which will offer alumni around the country the opportunity to hear from their favorite faculty and staff members.
This newest addition to alumni programming is a forum for Saint Anselm faculty and administrators to share new academic research, provide information about upcoming initiatives, and to demonstrate all of the ways in which they are making a difference on campus and in the world.
"The main purpose is to bring faculty out to our regional networks," said Meaghan Lapointe, associate director, Alumni Relations & Advancement Programming. "There's the academic component but it is also a networking event, to bring alumni together."
The alumni office hopes to have four or five events throughout the year through regional networks including in Washington, D.C., Hartford, Conn., New York City, NY., and Boston, Mass.
Psychology professor and alumna Loretta Brady '99 will kick-off the inaugural Hilltop Travels in New York City on Wednesday, June 22 to talk about "Resilience, Resistance, and Revolution: Lessons on the Influence of Adversity and Diversity in ‘Hamilton the Musical.'"
On June 23, philosophy professor and Richard L. Bready Professor in Ethics, Economics, and the Common Good, Max Latona will discuss the new Center for Ethics, Business, and Governance in Boston.
For additional infiormation or to R.S.V.P., contact the Office of Alumni Relations at (888) 444-1889 or email@example.com.
The alumni office would like to hear from alumni, parents, and friends of the college about faculty from who they'd like to hear or subjects which they'd like to see covered. Feel free to send feedback or share ideas at firstname.lastname@example.org.