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Conference booklet listing event details, and student participants with project details. First annual conference, in collaboration with Merrimack College's Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
Joseph T. Kelley and Gary N. McCloskey O.S.A.
Examines the place of Catholic colleges and universities in the wider community of higher education in the United States, and the distinctiveness of institutions like Merrimack College. The life of St. Augustine of Hippo, the history of the Augustinian intellectual school, and an overview of Order of St. Augustine (which founded Merrimack in 1947) are also examined.
Keep on Walking: St. Augustine, Sermon 169: A Tour of the Merrimack College Campus to Awaken Minds and Hearts to the Meaning of its Augustinian Tradition
Rev. James A. Wenzel OSA
This tour of the campus attempts "to awaken minds and hearts" to the Augustinian tradition that permeates the campus. Founded by the Augustinian Friars of the Province of St. Thomas of Villanova, Merrimack's campus bears the imprint of their spiritual and educational legacy in the naming of buildings and various sites and monuments. What follows is an attempt to explain this legacy.
Robert (Bud) D. Keohan and Frank J. Leone Jr.
Merrimack College Fiftieth Anniversary Photo Book
Text Editor: Robert (Bud) D. Koehan '53
Photograph Editor: Frank J. Leone Jr. '61
Impact: A Study of the Impact of Merrimack College on the Lower Valley Merrimack Valley of Massachusetts and New Hampshire
Arland Charlton and The Committee on Impact
The Impact study reflects principally the economic presence of Merrimack College in the lower Merrimack Valley. It is the result of long effort- eighteen months, to be precise- on the part of Professor Arland Charlton who conducted the study.