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By: Joseph O'Connell
The $750,000 award will build a state-of-the-art instructional facility in Palmisano Hall featuring top-of-the-line instruments used in life sciences research and industry.
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By: Michael Cronin
Faculty in the School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Nursing and Health Sciences said 91’s newest research incubator has benefited their work immensely.
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By: Joseph O'Connell
More than 100 people gathered to mark the opening of the state-of-the-art applied life sciences research space in Palmisano Hall.
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By: Joseph O'Connell
An associate professor in the Winston School of Education and Social Policy, Stephanie Garrone-Shufran was nominated by both students and peers for the 2024 edition of 91’s teacher of the year award.
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By: Office of Communications
Liz Kemp Wiza ’85 has long been inspired by Merrimack’s deep connection to the Lawrence community.
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By: Office of Communications
Stephen Campbell ’75 credits his Merrimack experience with playing a key role in his career success.
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By: Joseph O'Connell
During an audience in the Vatican’s Clementine Hall on Friday, May 10, the pope addressed a Merrimack delegation on the College’s educational and spiritual mission.
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By: Michael Cronin
Graduating seniors and graduate students marked the end of their academic journeys at Merrimack during school-based ceremonies held on May 16 and 17.
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By: Michael Cronin
Maxwell Beland ’24, who will graduate from Merrimack's School of Arts and Sciences on Friday, May 17, was awarded the Merrimack Medal for exemplifying outstanding character and achievement of service to his classmates and the College community.
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By: Joseph O'Connell
The 10 honorees will be recognized across the College’s five school-based Commencement ceremonies on Thursday, May 16, and Friday, May 17.