Saint Joseph’s University’s Kinney Center for Autism Education and Support will host Camp Kinney for the seventh consecutive year, providing young kids and teens on the autism spectrum the opportunity to learn and grow socially by engaging with their “neurotypical” peers.
The International Council of Christians and Jews (ICCJ) in cooperation with the Council of Centers on Jewish-Christian Relations (CCJR), will hold its annual conference, “The Dynamics of Religious Pluralism in a Changing World: The Philadelphia, United States, and International Contexts,” at Saint Joseph’s University, from July 10-13.
The first annual Jesuit Business Student Alliance (JBSA) Conference was held at Saint Joseph’s University (SJU) on April 4, 2016. Students from multiple Jesuit colleges and universities in the nation assembled to discuss ethical practices in business and to network with Jesuit university alumni.
PHILADELPHIA (May 25, 2016) — Saint Joseph’s University Gallery will host a collection of sculptures by Philadelphia artist Zachary Pritchard, titled “Anthropomorphic,” from Monday, June 6 through Monday, August 1. The exhibition features large and small-scale pieces made from materials including paper-mâché, plaster, pigmented wax and metals.
Launched in 2015, Saint Joseph’s Veterans Entrepreneurial Jumpstart (VEJ) program is designed to provide veterans with the education and resources to start their own businesses. Part of the University’s Haub School of Business, the Office of Veterans Services is currently accepting applications for the program, which is provided at no cost to eligible participants. Interested veterans can apply by visiting www.sju.edu/vej/. The application deadline is July 1.
Saint Joseph's University will celebrate the Class of 2016 on Saturday, May 14, by conferring more than 2,300 degrees at its 2016 commencement ceremonies.
Kwame Williams '16 (Ed.D.), was determined to complete her dissertation in educational leadership in the midst of life-threatening diagnoses. Both the IDEPEL program, and the illness she battled while enrolled at SJU, offered her the opportunity to transform.
Psychology major Kristen Boyle '16 may have been born with a rare genetic condition that renders her legally blind, but she didn't let it stop her from achieving a 3.9 GPA, winning equestrian competitions, or paragliding off the Swiss Alps.
Can a passion for Insane Clown Posse, Shakespeare’s sonnets — or math club — help keep disadvantaged teens afloat as they make their way into adulthood? "Coming of Age in the Other America," a new book by SJU sociologist Susan Clampet-Lundquist, Ph.D., and two co-authors suggests that such “identity projects” can help keep them on track.
Walter V. Robinson, the editor of the Boston Globe team of investigative journalists who uncovered the extent of clergy sexual abuse in Boston will speak at Saint Joseph’s University on Wednesday, April 20, at 7 p.m.