Faculty of Scholar Practitioners

When researching and choosing graduate programs, the caliber of instruction takes on added importance, often becoming the primary differentiator. At Saint Joseph’s University, our faculty of scholar practitioners is the very definition of educational excellence, a hallmark of our Jesuit tradition.

The Graduate Studies faculty not only teaches, but “does.” Our professors are well-recognized and respected by their peers, often prominent in their fields for tens of years.

  Many of our instructors conduct funded research, sit on non- and for-profit boards, and advise institutions; all are published and expert in their discipline. Featured here on a rotating basis are but a few biographies of both full- and assistant professors as an introduction; most programs list their complete faculty for your review. Should you have further questions, don’t hesitate to contact a departmental advisor directly.
Featured Graduate Studies Faculty Biographies
Jodi A. Mindell, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychology Dr. Mindell directs the Graduate Program in Psychology and is an expert in pediatric sleep medicine… (more)
David White, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Health Services
Dr. White has over 30 years of practitioner and academic experience in health care services … (more)
Kim Logio, Ph.D., Assistant Professor and Chair, Department of Sociology
Dr. Logio earned her Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Delaware and teaches courses in research methods…(more)
Jeanne F. Brady, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Education
Dr. Brady's professional publications include Schooling Young Children: A Feminist Pedagogy for Liberatory Learning…(more)