News and Events Archive

2009-10 Academic Year

Colby-Sawyer Hosts Celebrated Children's Book Author and Illustrator Tomie dePaola in Artist-Scholar Lecture Series

NEW LONDON, N.H., Aug. 31, 2010 – Colby-Sawyer will host New London's own internationally renowned author and artist Tomie dePaola in the inaugural event of the college's Artist and Scholar Lecture Series. Mr. dePaola will discuss his extraordinary career and present highlights of his work. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College Hosts Fifth Annual 5K Walk-Run for Community Members

NEW LONDON, N.H., Aug. 19, 2010 – Colby-Sawyer College will host its fifth annual College-Community 5K Dash & Stroll, a non-competitive fun run and walk for people of all ages. The event will be held on Saturday, Sept. 11, and community members of all ages are encouraged to participate. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College Named a “2010 Great College to Work For” by The Chronicle of Higher Education

NEW LONDON, N.H., July 26, 2010 - Colby-Sawyer College is one of the best colleges in the nation to work for, according to a new survey by The Chronicle of Higher Education, the nation's premier source of news about colleges and universities. read more…

Hannaford Foundation Provides Grant for Windy Hill School Construction

NEW LONDON, N.H., July 6, 2010 - The Hannaford Charitable Foundation and Hannaford Bros. Company has contributed a $5,000 grant toward the completion of the new Windy Hill School, the early childhood laboratory school of Colby-Sawyer College. The school, which provides toddler, nursery school and primary programs, currently serves about 85 children from the greater New London area. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College President Testifies Before U.S. Congress on Legal Issues of Gulf Disaster for Third Time

NEW LONDON, N.H., June 29, 2010 - Colby-Sawyer College President Tom Galligan will testify before the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation regarding maritime liability under the Death Under the High Sea Act (DOHSA) and the Limitation of Liability Act (LOLA) on Wednesday, June 30. “The Deepwater Horizon Tragedy: Holding Industry Accountable” hearing, held at 10 a.m. at the Russell Senate Office Building, will be led by committee chair Senator John D. Rockefeller IV, with Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison as the ranking member.read more…

Susan DeBevoise Wright Joins Colby-Sawyer College Board of Trustees

NEW LONDON, N.H., June 24, 2010 - Susan DeBevoise Wright, who retired from Dartmouth College in 2009 after working there since 1978 and serving as the college's “first lady” during her husband James Wright's presidency, has joined the Colby-Sawyer College Board of Trustees. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College President to Testify at U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing on Potential Connections Between Legal Liability Caps and Gulf Oil Spill

NEW LONDON, N.H., June 4, 2010 - Colby-Sawyer College President Thomas C. Galligan Jr. will testify next week as an expert witness in maritime law before the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary about the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and the potential impact of court decisions and liability caps on the behavior of major oil corporations.

The senate committee hearing will explore “The Risky Business of Big Oil: Have Recent Court Decisions and Liability Caps Encouraged Irresponsible Corporate Behavior?” Led by Committee Chair Senator Patrick J. Leahy (D-Vermont), the hearing will take place on Tuesday, June 8, 2010, at 10 a.m. in Washington, D.C. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College President Tom Galligan To Testify Before U.S. House Judiciary Committee on Legal Issues of Gulf Oil Spill

NEW LONDON, N.H., May 25, 2010 - Colby-Sawyer College President Tom Galligan, an expert in maritime law, will testify before the U.S. House Committee on the Judiciary on May 27 about the complex legal issues arising from the Gulf Coast oil spill. The House Judiciary Committee, chaired by U.S. Representative John Conyers Jr. (D-MI), invited President Galligan to speak to the legal liability statutes of maritime law, a distinct body of law that applies to domestic and international maritime activities, including the spill caused by the explosion of BP's Deepwater Horizon drilling rig. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College President Tom Galligan to Co-Chair Louisiana Symposium on Legal Issues of Gulf Coast Oil Spill

NEW LONDON, N.H., May 21, 2010 - Colby-Sawyer College President Thomas C. Galligan Jr. and Richard J. Arsenault, a founding partner of Neblett, Beard & Arsenault, will co-chair the Gulf Coast Oil Symposium on May 25 in New Orleans, La.

The symposium, coordinated by the Louisiana State Bar Association, will address the environmental catastrophe created by the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and feature a distinguished faculty of legal scholars and political strategist James Carville as keynote speaker. The conference will address the complex set of human, environmental, natural resources and legal issues relative to the oil spill's impact on the region's environment and economy. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College to Celebrate 2010 Commencement

NEW LONDON, N.H., May 3, 2010 – Colby-Sawyer College will celebrate its 2010 Commencement on Saturday, May 8, graduating 152 students and honoring the graduating class and other individuals for academic excellence, outstanding contributions to society, and service to the college and community. read more…

Colby-Sawyer Hosts 15th Annual Chocolate Fest, the Lake Sunapee Region's Sweetest Event

NEW LONDON, N.H., April 12, 2010 – Colby-Sawyer College and the Lake Sunapee Regional Chamber of Commerce will co-sponsor the 15th Annual Chocolate Fest, featuring some of the area's most delectable chocolate desserts. read more…

Colby-Sawyer Hosts Spring Dance Performance Featuring Student, Faculty and Guest Dancers

NEW LONDON, N.H., April 12, 2010 – “Inspired Dancers Move with Delicate Beauty,” a performance of 10 original pieces choreographed and performed by Colby-Sawyer students, faculty and guest artists that feature modern, jazz and lyrical dancing. read more…

Colby-Sawyer Singers Present Broadway's Heroes and Heroines, Vamps and Villains for a 'Wicked' Good Time

NEW LONDON, N.H., April 9, 2010 – Broadway tunes will fill the air as the Colby-Sawyer Fine and Performing Arts Department presents its spring concert with the Colby-Sawyer Singers on Thursday, April 29, at 7 p.m. The community is welcome to attend and admission is free. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College Hosts Exhibition of Works by Eight Senior Students

NEW LONDON, N.H., April 8, 2010 – The Colby-Sawyer College Fine and Performing Arts Department will host its annual Senior Art Exhibition featuring a variety of media including ceramics, graphic design, painting, printmaking, photography and sculpture. The show will open with a reception on Thursday, April 15, at 7 p.m. in the Marian Graves Mugar Art Gallery in Sawyer Center. read more…

Colby-Sawyer Hosts the N.H. Clothesline Project to Raise Awareness of Violence and Sexual Abuse

NEW LONDON, N.H., April 2, 2010 – The New Hampshire Clothesline Project is a visual display of T-shirts with written messages and illustrations that graphically demonstrates the impact of violence. These shirts are designed by survivors of violence, their families or friends. read more…

Colby-Sawyer Hosts a Multimedia Presentation by UFO Researcher Robert Hastings

NEW LONDON, N.H., April 2, 2010 – Colby-Sawyer College will host a multimedia presentation, “UFOs: The Secret Story,” by Robert Hastings on April 14. Hastings' research is based on thousands of Air Force, FBI and CIA documents recently declassified under the Freedom of Information Act, and his interviews with more than 120 former and retired military personnel. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College to Host Performance by Italian Classical Guitarist Emanuele Segre

NEW LONDON, N.H., March 19, 2010 – The award-winning Italian guitar virtuoso Emanuele Segre will bring his interpretations of the classical guitar repertoire to a performance at Colby-Sawyer College on Wednesday, April 7, 2010, at 7 p.m. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College Theater Club Presents 'True West,' a Sam Shepard Play About Two Estranged Brothers

NEW LONDON, N.H., March 11, 2010 – Colby-Sawyer College will stage “True West,” a play by Sam Shepard about estranged adult brothers exploring their history and rivalry when they find themselves together again in the family home. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College Hosts Readings by Four Distinguished Poets in Celebration of Poetry Month in April

NEW LONDON, N.H., March 11, 2010 – Colby-Sawyer College will host readings by award-winning poets Cynthia Huntington, Ewa Chrusciel and Maxine Kumin as part of its spring 2010 Books Sandwiched In Series in April in celebration of Poetry Month. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College Students Present Hope for Haiti Concert Featuring Orange Crush, With Silent Auction and Empty Bowls Project Fund-Raisers

NEW LONDON, N.H., March 10, 2010 – Student leaders from the Class of 2012 have joined other student clubs and organizations at Colby-Sawyer College to present a benefit concert, Silent Auction and the Empty Bowls Project on March 20 to raise funds for Haitian people in the aftermath of a catastrophic earthquake that struck their country on Jan. 12, 2010. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College to Screen Academy Award-Winning Film 'Precious' About Teen's Struggle to Overcome Abuse, Incest

NEW LONDON, N.H., March 9, 2010 – Colby-Sawyer College will present “Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire,” an Academy award-winning film that unflinchingly follows the brutal journey of an illiterate, pregnant Harlem teenager's struggle to overcome incest and abuse. The film will be screened Monday, March 29, at 7 p.m., in Wheeler Hall of the Ware Campus Center. Admission is free. “Precious” is rated R. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College Hosts Author Joan Hecht as She Shares the Powerful Survival Story of 'The Journey of the Lost Boys'

NEW LONDON, N.H., March 8, 2010 - What does the face of civil war look like? In Sudan's case, too often the faces belong to children – 30,000 of them, who were separated from their families after attacks on their villages and forced to walk more than a thousand miles in search of refuge with little food or water and no protection from animals and enemy soldiers. Half of them died along the way. The survivors have a story to tell. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College Hosts 2010 Exercise and Sport Sciences & Athletics Symposium on Youth Sport Specialization

NEW LONDON, N.H., March 8, 2010 – This year the Exercise and Sport Sciences & Athletics Symposium at Colby-Sawyer College will focus on specialization in youth sports and seek to answer the question: Is it too much too soon? read more…

Colby-Sawyer College Production of 'Spoon River Anthology' Theater Production Rescheduled for March 14, 15 Due to Power Outage

NEW LONDON, N.H., March 1, 2010 - Colby-Sawyer College has rescheduled its stage adaptation of “Spoon River Anthology,” in which the ghosts of the townspeople, free in death, return to share their stories and the secrets they guarded in life, shattering myths of idyllic small-town life in America along the way. The original performance dates were cancelled due to massive power outages in the area. read more…

Wesley McNair Presents 'My Life as a Poet, a Multimedia Memoir' and First Reading from 'Lovers of the Lost: New & Selected Poems'

NEW LONDON, N.H., Feb. 26, 2010 - College Sawyer College will host renowned New England poet Wesley McNair for a presentation on his life as a poet and the first ever reading from his latest book, Lovers of the Lost: New and Selected Poems. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College Hosts Author Joan Hecht as She Shares the Powerful Survival Story of “The Journey of the Lost Boys”

NEW LONDON, N.H., Feb. 25, 2010 - What does the face of civil war look like? In Sudan's case, too often the faces belong to children. Colby-Sawyer College will host Joan Hecht, author of “The Journey of the Lost Boys,” and one of the Sudanese Lost Boys she has written about, to share that story on Tuesday, March 23. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College to Host Tartan Terrors on St. Patrick's Day

NEW LONDON, N.H., Feb. 23, 2010 – Get your plaid on – New London is about to be invaded by the Tartan Terrors when Colby-Sawyer College hosts this Celtic event for a festive Saint Patrick's Day performance that mixes comedy, dance, and music, and features a two-time world championship bagpiper. For reservations, call the box office at (603) 526-3670. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College and the Department of Fine and Performing Arts to Host the Annual Gladys Greenbaum Meyers Juried Student Art Exhibition

NEW LONDON, N.H., Feb. 19, 2010 - The Department of Fine and Performing Arts at Colby-Sawyer College will host the annual Gladys Greenbaum Meyers Juried Student Art Exhibition featuring students' recent work in ceramics, drawing, graphic design, mixed and new media, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture. The opening reception and awards presentation will take place Thursday, March 4. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College to Host The Langston Hughes Project, A Multimedia Performance of 'Ask Your Mama: 12 Moods for Jazz'

NEW LONDON, N.H., Feb. 4, 2010 - The Langston Hughes Project's multimedia performance of Langston Hughes' epic poem “Ask Your Mama: 12 Moods for Jazz” features the Ron McCurdy Quartet with spoken word and images from the Harlem Renaissance. The performance will take place Thursday, Feb. 18, at 7 p.m. in Wheeler Hall. There is no charge for admission to this Black History Month event. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College to Show the Beautiful, Complex Chinese Film 'Raise the Red Lantern'

NEW LONDON, N.H., Jan. 27, 2010 - One man, multiple lovers, a struggle for power and the fall of those who lose that battle – this describes not another season of “The Bachelor” but rather Zhang Yimou's beautifully filmed and once-controversial exploration of life in a Chinese compound in the 1920s, “Raise the Red Lantern.” read more…

Colby-Sawyer College to Host Award-Winning Slam Poet Carlos Andrés Gómez

NEW LONDON, N.H., Jan. 25, 2010 - Colby-Sawyer College will host Carlos Andrés Gómez, the 2006 Toronto International Poetry Slam Champion and actor who can drop audiences' jaws in awe and drill them to their chairs with an eloquent torrent of words. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College to Host Screening of Documentary 'Kilowatt Ours: A Plan to Re-Energize America'

NEW LONDON, N.H., Jan. 19, 2010 - Colby-Sawyer College will present “Kilowatt Ours: A Plan to Re-Energize America,” an award-winning documentary that helped move the conversation about energy conservation into a mainstream campaign. The film will be shown on Tuesday, Feb. 9, at 8 p.m. in Wheeler Hall at the Ware Campus Center. read more…

Colby-Sawyer to Host Mount Everest Climber, Environmentalist and Businessman Brent Bishop

NEW LONDON, N.H., Jan. 12, 2010 - Colby-Sawyer College will host a presentation by climber, environmentalist and businessman Brent Bishop about his adventures on Mount Everest and his efforts to restore the Himalayas to their pristine beauty by removing the refuse left by thousands of climbers. read more…

Colby-Sawyer Assistant Professor of Humanities Ewa Chrusciel Named a Finalist in International Poetry Competition

NEW LONDON, N.H., Jan. 12, 2010 - Colby-Sawyer Assistant Professor of Humanities Ewa Chrusciel's poem “hagio graphia” has been named a finalist in the poetry category of the International Aesthetica Creative Works Competition. The Aesthetica Creative Works Annual is comprised of the winning entries of the Aesthetica Annual Creative Works Competition, which this year received 18,000 submissions from more than 30 countries. read more…

'Interior Life' Photography Exhibit at Colby-Sawyer Puts the Personal on Display

NEW LONDON, N.H., Jan. 7, 2010 - The Colby-Sawyer Fine and Performing Arts Department will host “Interior Life,” an exhibition featuring work by seven photographers who know that the personal is often on display if we choose to look. The opening reception is Thursday, Jan. 28, at 6 p.m. in the Marian Graves Mugar Art Gallery. The exhibition will continue through Saturday, Feb. 20, 2010. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College Appoints New Institutional Research Director

NEW LONDON, N.H., Dec. 11, 2009 - Colby-Sawyer College has appointed Ni Yi of Charlottesville, Va., as its new director of institutional research. Beginning in January 2010, Dr. Ni will provide leadership in the collection and analysis of data in support of institutional effectiveness and the college's strategic planning initiatives. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College to Host Screening of Documentary, 'The Horse Boy,' An Uplifting Journey into the Mystery of Autism

NEW LONDON, N.H., Nov. 9. 2009 – Colby-Sawyer College will present “The Horse Boy,” a documentary that chronicles a family's hope-inspiring journey from Texas to Mongolia to find healing for their son, Rowan, who was diagnosed with autism at age two. read more…

MILK & JADE by Dana Leong to Bring Electronic Hip-Hop and Jazz Funk to an Energetic, Eclectic Musical Performance at Colby-Sawyer College

NEW LONDON, N.H., Nov. 9, 2009 – Colby-Sawyer College will host a performance by the renowned quartet MILK & JADE by Dana Leong, who will bring its distinctive blend of electronic hip-hop, jazz funk and rock to campus. The group, formerly known as The Dana Leong Band, will illustrate the musical talent and diverse sounds that make it one of the top urban musical acts in the country. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College Appoints Pamela Spear as Director of Baird Health and Counseling Center

NEW LONDON, N.H., Nov. 5, 2009– Pamela Spear of New London, N.H., was recently appointed director of the Baird Health and Counseling Center (BHCC) at Colby-Sawyer College. This position coordinates all programs, policies and procedures in the delivery of health and counseling services to students within a context of holistic health care. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College to Feature 'Chuck Gibson Design: 20 Projects' Exhibition

NEW LONDON, N.H., Nov. 3, 2009 – Colby-Sawyer College will exhibit “Chuck Gibson Design: 20 Projects,” which features the work of an award-winning Hanover, N.H.-based artist who seeks connections between traditional graphic design and the three-dimensional forms of environmental graphic design. read more…

Founder and Author of 'Ten Ways to Change the World in Your Twenties' To Speak at Colby-Sawyer College

NEW LONDON, N.H, Oct. 30, 2009 – Colby-Sawyer College will host Libuse Binder, founder of the organization Ten Ways to Change the World in Your Twenties and author of the like-titled book, on Tuesday, Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. in Wheeler Hall at the Ware Campus Center. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College Women's Tennis Team Wins Commonwealth Coast Conference After Record-Breaking Season

NEW LONDON, N.H, Oct. 30, 2009 – Living up to the expectations as the preseason favorite to win The Commonwealth Coast Conference (TCCC), the Colby-Sawyer College women's tennis team defeated the Endicott College Gulls at the 2009 TCCC championships. Earning their first conference title since 1996, the Colby-Sawyer women's team defeated the defending champion Gulls in a 5-2 match. The team achieved a record-setting 17-1 season for the college with the win. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College Presents Theater Production of 'Pride and Prejudice' in Partnership with S.K.I.T. (Sunapee-Kearsarge Intercommunity Theatre)

NEW LONDON, N.H., Oct. 23, 2009 – Colby-Sawyer College will present a stage adaptation of Jane Austen's classic novel, “Pride and Prejudice” – a humorous and romantic story set among the English aristocracy in the Georgian era – for its annual fall theatre production. This spirited production is the result of a new collaboration between the college and Sunapee-Kearsarge Intercommunity Theatre, better known as S.K.I.T. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College Names Two New Distinguished Professorships in Nursing and Fine and Performing Arts

NEW LONDON, N.H., Oct. 19, 2009– Colby-Sawyer College has named two faculty members to its newly established distinguished professorships. Susan Reeves, chair of the Nursing Department, has been appointed as the Gladys A. Burrows Distinguished Professor of Nursing, and Jon Keenan, professor of Fine and Performing Arts, as the Joyce J. Kolligian Distinguished Professor of Fine and Performing Arts. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College Hosts Reading by N.H. Poet Laureate Walter E. Butts

NEW LONDON, N.H., Oct. 15, 2009 – Colby-Sawyer College will host New Hampshire Poet Laureate Walter E. Butts for a reading and discussion of his poetry. The event is part of the Department of Humanities' Word by Word series, which celebrates writing and poetry. read more…

Storyteller and Perfomer Paul Taylor Presents “Lightning Brothers,” An Intimate Look at Australia's Wardaman Aboriginal Culture

NEW LONDON, N.H., Oct. 12, 2009 – Colby-Sawyer College will host Paul Taylor's “Land of the Lightning Brothers,” a visual presentation that features 8,000-year-old rock paintings and traditional stories of the Wardaman aboriginal culture of northern Australia. read more…

Seabrook Station Executives Discuss Nuclear Energy with Adventures in Learning Class on the Nation's Energy Challenges

NEW LONDON, N.H., Oct. 9, 2009 – Guest speakers at an Adventures in Learning (AIL) course this week were Chief Nuclear Officer of FPL Group Mano Nazar, and Operations Manager of Seabrook Station Edward Metcalf. read more…

Episcopal Bishop Gene Robinson to Address the Role of Religion in the 21st Century in Public Event at Colby-Sawyer College

NEW LONDON, N.H., Sept. 29, 2009 - Colby-Sawyer will host The Right Reverend V. Eugene Robinson, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire, for a presentation and discussion of the role of religion in the 21st century. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College Hosts Alumni/Faculty Art Exhibition and Auction to Benefit New Art Center Project

NEW LONDON, N.H., Sept. 28, 2009 - Colby-Sawyer College will host an exhibition and auction of selected works by alumni, faculty and faculty emeriti to benefit the construction of a new art center at the college. The exhibition is part of Fall Festival, a new annual event for which the college's alumni are invited to return to campus for events and activities. read more…

Colby-Sawyer Presents One-Person Play Examining Issues of Diversity

NEW LONDON, N.H., Sept. 26, 2009 – Colby-Sawyer will present “American Voices,” a one-person play which expands traditional views of diversity to include stories of men and women of different socio-economic backgrounds, religions, sexual orientations and races, on Monday, Nov. 16, 2009 at 7 p.m.in Wheeler Hall of the Ware Campus Center.  read more ]

Colby-Sawyer Presents 'For the Bible Tells Me So,' Documentary about the Struggle for Christians with Homosexual Children

NEW LONDON, N.H., Sept. 25, 2009 - Colby-Sawyer College presents “For the Bible Tells Me So,” a documentary about some Christians' conflict between reconciling their beliefs and their children's homosexuality, on Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2009 at 7 p.m.
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Colby-Sawyer College's Family Weekend Features Music, Crafts, Food, Empty Bowls Project

NEW LONDON, N.H., Sept. 25, 2009- Colby-Sawyer College encourages community members to participate in this year's Family Weekend, a fall festival that features music and a wide range of crafts and activities. read more…

One Month, One Suitcase, and a Once-in-a-Lifetime Opportunity

College Archivist Kelli Bogan heads to England through Rotary International

NEW LONDON, N.H., Sept. 23, 2009 — Rain boots, dress shoes, sneakers, two uniforms, enthusiasm, and lots of energy; these are the things that Colby-Sawyer College archivist, Kelli Bogan, will need to fit in a single suitcase for her month-long visit to England. On Sept. 26, Bogan will leave her home in Sunapee to visit southeastern England for four weeks as a part of the Rotary International Group Study Exchange (GSE) program. read more…

Books Sandwiched In Series at Colby-Sawyer College Features N.H. Authors Discussing Natural History, Writing and Children's Literature

NEW LONDON, N.H., Sept. 18, 2009 – Colby-Sawyer College will present its fall Books Sandwiched In series in October with discussions and readings with three accomplished New Hampshire writers: naturalist and author/illustrator David Carroll, novelist Ernest Hebert and children's book author David Elliott. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College Reports Three Confirmed Cases of Flu on Campus

NEW LONDON, N.H., Sept. 19, 2009 - Colby-Sawyer College reports that three cases of the H1N1 virus have been confirmed on its New London, N.H., campus by the New Hampshire Department of Health Services (DHHS). As predicted by the Centers for Disease Control, the college has seen a rise in the incidence of flu-like illness, with approximately 48 students and employees reporting symptoms since the beginning of the fall semester. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College to Feature Modern Jazz Performance by Eric Mintel Quartet

NEW LONDON, N.H., Sept. 17, 2009 — Colby-Sawyer College will host the Eric Mintel Quartet, an original and entertaining jazz act that has captivated audiences during previous performances on campus. The quartet will return to the college on Friday, Oct. 2, 2009 for an 8 p.m. performance in Wheeler Hall at Ware Campus Center. Admission is free and the public is invited to attend. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College Welcomes Seven New Faculty Members

NEW LONDON, N.H., Sept. 10, 2009 – Colby-Sawyer College welcomed seven new faculty members this fall in its Business Administration, Exercise and Sport Sciences, Humanities, Nursing, and Social Sciences and Education Departments. read more…

Colby-Sawyer College Introduces New Academic Major in Health Studies with Three Areas of Concentration

NEW LONDON, N.H., Aug. 28, 2009 – Colby-Sawyer College will introduce a new degree program this fall, a Bachelor of Science in Health Studies major with concentrations in Health Promotion and Wellness; Public Health; and Health Care Management. read more…