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EMBA Students Lend a Hand at The Clinic

03/16/2010

Last fall, executive MBA students Joe Coyle, Scott Walker, Mitch Baker and Tim Docherty got a different look at what it means to be “men and women for and with others,” when they partnered with The Clinic for their project for their team consulting class.


HSB to Host 'The Energy School'

10/13/2008

PHILADELPHIA (October 13, 2008) - An upcoming forum hosted by The OIL Group of Companies, Energy Insurance Mutual Ltd., Nuclear Electric Insurance Ltd., and Saint Joseph’s University’s Erivan K. Haub School of Business, will help risk managers adapt to the challenges of protecting our nation’s energy companies from shattering losses.


Wendy Parsons Returns to Development Team

10/10/2008

A member of Saint Joseph's development team from 1990-1999, Wendy Parsons has returned to the University as assistant vice president for development. She possesses more than 17 years of fundraising experience working in higher education, health care and the arts.


A Heartfelt Homecoming for One SJU Public Safety Employee

03/15/2010

As a little girl on Halloween, Regina Reyes used to don a soldier uniform almost every year to “trick-or-treat.” Now she wears a slightly bigger version just as proudly, but for a vastly different purpose. As a captain in the United States Air Force Reserve, her uniform is one of many symbols of her service, and most recently, a four-month deployment to Southwest Asia.


MacLean Chair Examines Catholicism in Politics

10/10/2008

With the presidential race now entering its final crucial months, Saint Joseph's new Donald I. MacLean, S.J. Chair, Thomas Massaro, S.J., could not be a more appropriate and relevant campus visitor. Massaro is an expert in Catholic social doctrine and its role in American political life; he will be sharing his expertise with the University community throughout the fall semester.


Largest Group of SJU Students Spend Spring Break in Appalachia

03/12/2010

On Friday, March 5, as spring break eve descended on campus, more than 385 Saint Joseph’s students, faculty and staff – the largest group ever to participate in the 17-year history of the Appalachian Experience – departed for 12 service sites in West Virginia, Kentucky and Virginia. After a brief celebration held in the Chapel of St. Joseph-Michael J.


Local Business Leaders to Learn How ‘Seven Revolutions’ Will Shape the Future

03/12/2010

PHILADELPHIA (March 16, 2010) -- What will our world look like in 15 years? If your organization hasn’t paused to consider this question, Erik Peterson, senior advisor for a prominent D.C. think-tank, says you’re risking your company’s future and bottom line.


SJU Institute Hits the Streets to End Silence Surrounding Crime

10/08/2008

PHILADELPHIA (October 6, 2008)--Philadelphia is one of the most violent cities in America. Last year 392 homicides were recorded, and yet 49 percent of those remain unsolved. It can be hard to imagine, but young people who live in crime-infested neighborhoods and witness violence every day are often the last to report those crimes to police.


Jerusalem in Babylonia Explored in Conference at SJU

03/11/2010

PHILADELPHIA (March 11, 2010) – Saint Joseph's University's Ancient Studies program is sponsoring a conference focusing on a collection of recently discovered documents that shed light on a Jewish settlement in ancient Mesopotamia. “Jerusalem in Babylonia: New Discoveries from the Exilic Period,” will be held March 21-22 in the University's Campion Student Center.


Peacebuilding in Africa

10/03/2008

PHILADELPHIA (September 30, 2008) – Sr. Pauline Silver Acayo, a peace officer working in Uganda for Catholic Relief Services (CRS), will visit Saint Joseph's University on October 7 to discuss the conflict between the government of Uganda and the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) rebel group. Her lecture, "Peacebuilding in Africa: the Case of Uganda," will be held at 7 p.m. in the Presidents' Lounge of Campion Student Center.


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