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1. Saint John’s Abbey receives Getty Foundation grant to support Abbey and University Church
The grant will assist in drawing a comprehensive plan for the restoration, preservation and maintenance/upkeep of the Abbey and University Church.
June 25, 2015

2. Hans Gustafson selected for national interfaith teaching seminar
Gustafson, associate director of the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning and adjunct professor of theology, has been selected to participate in the Teaching Interfaith Understanding seminar June 21-25 at Boston College.
June 19, 2015

3. Sister Mariella Gable Award winner honored again
Claudia Rankine, the 2014 recipient of the College of Saint Benedict Literary Arts Institute's Sister Mariella Gable Award, has won the PEN Open Book Award for her book, "Citizen: An American Lyric." The PEN American Center is dedicated to defending writers and free speech on an international scale.
June 18, 2015

4. Saint John’s Athletic Field to be named in honor of John Gagliardi
A new athletic field at SJU will be named after legendary Hall of Fame football coach John Gagliardi. The multi-purpose sports facility, which will feature an artificial turf field and a seasonal dome, will serve as the football practice field, as well as for other varsity, intramural, recreational and club sports, such as lacrosse, soccer, golf, baseball, football and Ultimate Frisbee.
June 15, 2015

5. Four CSB alumnae to be honored with awards during Reunion Weekend festivities
Lori Helmer ’85, Denise DeVaan ’75, Kristina Seslija ’10 and Ellen Hunter Gans ’05 to receive awards at Gala Dinner Saturday, June 27, at Gorecki Center, CSB.
June 12, 2015

6. Ten SJU alumni to receive awards during Reunion weekend festivities
The Saint John's Alumni Achievement Award will be presented to Peter Conzemius '65, Michael Howlett '70 (posthumous), Fr. Michael Tegeder '70, Dr. Thomas Gelhaus '75, Steve Wolfe '75, Mark Poepping '80, Eric Olson '85, John Boucher '90, Craig Junker '90 and Mark Morrey ’95 during Reunion Weekend June 26-28.
June 12, 2015

7. Nine CSB students receive Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships
The students received awards of between $2,500 and $5,000 which will be used to help cover the costs of studying abroad during the 2015 fall semester.
June 10, 2015

8. College of Saint Benedict cited as one of 10 best Catholic colleges in U.S.
CSB was No. 8 among schools in a ranking conducted by College Factual and published in USA Today. College Factual is a site that uses outcome-based data to guide students through the college selection process.
June 8, 2015