On Sunday, Dec. 5, the Catholic Intellectual Series hosted a forum featuring senior fellows from the Woodstock Theological Center. "The Future of the Church: Sources of Hope," attracted an overflow crowd of 321 to the Wolfington Teletorium. The forum discussed how the Church could change in the coming years.
What: Saint Joseph’s University will pick up the ‘green’ gauntlet and encourage sustainable lifestyle practices throughout the week to observe the 40th anniversary of Earth Day.
When: Monday, April 19 – Saturday, April 24
Where: Saint Joseph’s University 5600 City Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. 19131
Saint Joseph’s University’s Law Alumni Chapter presented Francis J. (Hank) Raucci, Esq. ’58 with the Honorable Francis X. McClanaghan ’27 Award and Elwyn F. Chase, Ph.D. with the Bro. Bartholomew A. Sheehan S.J. ’27 Award at its annual awards dinner on Tuesday, Nov. 30, in the University’s Campion Banquet Facility.
PHILADELPHIA (Dec. 17, 2010) – In today’s complex global marketplace, businesses that consistently provide high quality, low prices, fast turnaround and on-time delivery survive the longest.
PHILADELPHIA (April 15, 2010) -- A two-person team from Saint Joseph’s University’s graduate business program won this year’s ACG Philadelphia Cup, a business case competition presented by the Philadelphia Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) and sponsored by KPMG, LLP. The team, mentored by Bob Dean and Rajnesh Sharma, Ph.D., of the finance department, won $10,000 for their success.
Working women and mothers have taken advantage of the flexibility of Saint Joseph's University College since 1946. The program plays a pivotal role for adult and part-time students who want to continue their studies through undergraduate or accelerated degree programs. Now, even more women have the opportunity to pursue their academic ambitions in the University College through the Newcombe Scholarships for Mature Women Students program.
PHILADELPHIA (April 13, 2010) – For C. Vivian Stringer, coaching collegiate women’s basketball is more than drawing up plays and setting defensive matchups. It is about instilling life lessons to her players and overcoming unforeseen challenges along the way.
Over the past decades, Saint Joseph's has significantly increased its diversity efforts, thanks in part to a determined University administration. But one SJU student, junior English and Asian Studies double major Karrin Randle, has taken matters into her own hands by founding an English language conversation group that aims to unite international and local SJU students and, ultimately, foster the understanding of different cultures.
Christmas, it seems, comes earlier every year. Area malls have displayed their most festive decorations for weeks and, this year, local radio stations started playing "Jingle Bells" before trick-or-treaters could count their candy from Halloween. At Saint Joseph's University, though, the holidays can never come too early, and departments around campus are rolling out plans to commemorate the season.
PHILADELPHIA (April 13, 2010) – Since 1988, the Erivan K. Haub family has supported business education at Saint Joseph’s University. The family’s generosity has given Saint Joseph’s access to resources for dramatic improvements to the business curriculum as well as physical expansion. On Thursday, April 29, Saint Joseph’s Erivan K.