Welcome to the inWords archive!
People make Saint Martin's
special place it is.
We — the people — are current students and alumni,
faculty, staff, parents, neighbors and friends. A
community that's grown for over 100 years based on
shared values and a commitment to excellence.
Together, our stories weave the rich tapestry that is Saint Martin's. inWords
is a way of honoring those stories and saying thank you to each and every one…of
Missed opportunities with her great aunt light the fire of English as a Learned Language (ELL) for Benedictine Scholar Hope Chamberlain '17.
From Vietnam to Lacey, Assistant Professor Tam Dinh, journeys to the American Dream… caring, generous citizens investing in all of our future.
How do you help your students succeed in their senior capstone projects? First, read Professor Robert Hauhart's
Designing and Teaching Undergraduate Capstone Courses.
Where students and faculty collaborate: Alumna Kim Menius teams up with Professor Robert Hauhart to take her revised senior thesis to publication.
Japanese 101 and 201 students learn about Japanese culture via green tea and a thousand year old ritual.
Alumna Marisha Kasjan rings in 2015 with pizza and the power of a kindness.
Professor Terry McAdam explores the challenges when forensic science meets the law, in a new textbook for criminal justice studies.
Six lives are changed by service immersion in Tanzania.
What do you get when you cross a pig naming contest with a pig hunt? Why student
philanthropy, of course!
Louise Kaplan, director of the RN-to-BSN Program, inspires the next generation of nursing professionals.
Pack your bags! It's time to head out to all points north, south, east or west with Saint Martin's study abroad programs.
Two transfer students representing the Benedictine values and the Saint Martin's spirit are awarded $26,000 each.
Want to become a better teacher? Try
traveling to Inner Mongolia.
Like what? Post where? Retweet who? The Saint Martin's Social Squad social(media)-izes SMU!
From theory to practice. Alexander, Olga and Alex Anderson '14 apply their engineering studies to the real world by bringing clean water to Papua New Guinea.
#SaintsAlive! Let's get sustainable! Going to Bellingham and going green.
How do you make the seemingly unfloatable float? Why build a concrete canoe of course!
New York City. Summer 2014. Healing and social justice through improvisation. A Playback Theatre workshop with counseling psychology professor Leticia Nieto.
Washington Association for Marriage and Family Therapy honors MAC candidate Liz Robinson '15 with $500 scholarship.
For Tanzania's Doctor Sister Redemista Ngonyani, O.S.B. '04 education is key to being the change she wants to see in the world.
How do you win on the field and in the classroom? Faith in oneself and one's team. #HalosUp!
Engineering life with Kathleen '92 and Jacqueline '92 Byron.
Under the guidance of psychology professor Jeremy Newton, students use posters to present their scholarly work…in paradise.
What's better than presenting your scholarly work? How about doing poster presentations in Honolulu, Hawaii like psychology major
Joe Skillman '13 shows us how to juggle and do it with aplomb.
Fostering holiday cheer, Jonathan Sprouffske '04 and his family care for a decades old tradition.
Rae Simpson BSN '95, MSN '98, using her Saint Martin's education to see the bigger picture.
Christine Schaller ’93, aiming high because of Saint Martin’s University.
Celebrity chef Michael Symon helps SMU raise $960,000 for student scholarships.
Team Anderson: Olga, Alex and Alexander. Three engineers. Three degrees. All three, class of 2014.
SMU 'takes the LEED' with the world's third-highest LEED-certified structure, Richard F. Cebula, O.S.B. Hall.
Mary Jo Hartman,
broadening SMU's biology horizons through "Sound Learning Communities."
Taking the road less traveled,
2013 fall convocation remarks.
being influenced by Russian writers in Petrozavodsk.
Julia Chavez, helping students see themselves through the universal elements of Homer's The Iliad.