Founders’ Day to be held March 19 in Tuttle Hall

College of St. Joseph will celebrate Founders’ Day at 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 19, 2014, in Tuttle Hall Theater. On this day the college commemorates the Sisters of St. Joseph, who had the vision and the perseverance to establish a … MORE

Dr. Rebekah Thomas to talk about energy issues

  College of St. Joseph associate professor Dr. Rebekah Thomas will lead a discussion about energy, where it comes from, where it goes, and whether we will run out.  The free talk, “Planet Before Profits: Stewardship is the Next Great Human … MORE

Eating Disorder Awareness Week

Hundreds of thousands of students, both male and female, across the country exhibit one or more symptoms of eating disorders. CSJ will offer screenings between 11:45 a.m. and 12:45 p.m. Tuesday, March 4, in the CSJ Dining Hall. Students may … MORE

Birmingham to speak at CSJ about drug-trafficking issues

College of St. Joseph will host Captain Matthew T. Birmingham IV of the Vermont State Police at 3 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 27, to discuss Vermont’s growing drug-trafficking problems, with special emphasis on Rutland drug-trafficking issues. Birmingham is head of the … MORE

Free Movie series continues with “Fahrenheit 451”

CSJ and Horror University are offering a free movie series leading up to CSJ’s annual Popular Culture Conference, highlighting three fantastical/horrific luminaries who died in 2013: Ray Bradbury, Ray Harryhausen, and Richard Matheson. Up next is  “Fahrenheit 451,” based on … MORE

Bouchard selected for Commitment to Excellence

College of St. Joseph has selected Bruce Bouchard, executive director of the Paramount Theatre in Downtown Rutland, to receive this year’s Commitment to Excellence Award at its annual Provider Scholarship Ball. “Bruce Bouchard has done a fantastic job in making … MORE

Community Days to begin in Fall 2014

College of St. Joseph will introduce its Community Day schedule in the 2014-15 school year. This schedule will create a class schedule with no daytime classes on Wednesdays, which are reserved for academic work, community service and other meaningful opportunities. … MORE

Mayo Named Head Women’s Softball Coach

College of St. Joseph has named Zakary A. Mayo as head women’s softball coach. Mayo will build a team that will first take the field in the 2014-15 school year, as CSJ reinstates its softball program. Mayo, from Avon, Conn., … MORE

Free Girl’s Basketball Clinic: Sunday with the Saints

College of St. Joseph’s Women’s basketball program is conducting free mini-clinics for all girls ages 4 to 8. The clinics are designed to: Enhance young ladies’ knowledge of the game Encourage team play Improve fundamentals Create a unique learning experience. … MORE

Godlewski Named Director of Public Safety

College of St. Joseph has named Bob Godlewski as director of public safety. Godlewski spent 23 years in the investigative field, beginning in the insurance industry and later doing private investigations. In 2001, he stepped out of the investigative field … MORE