PHILADELPHIA (February 17, 2016)—The SJU Theatre Company presents the drama “How I Learned to Drive” by award-winning playwright Paula Vogel, opening Thursday, Feb. 18, at 8 p.m. in Bluett Theatre.
Winner of the 1998 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, “How I Learned to Drive” is one of Vogel’s best-known and most-produced plays. It presents its audience with reflections on coming of age as a woman in American culture.
PHILADELPHIA (February 9, 2016)—To honor the nearly 40 years of commitment and creative passion of professor emeritus and former art department chair, Dennis Weeks, M.F.A., Saint Joseph’s University Gallery will showcase Weeks’ portfolio of colorful digital photography. The exhibit, “Closer and Longer,” will be displayed in Merion Hall from February 12 until March 23.
PHILADELPHIA (February 5, 2016) – Saint Joseph’s University’ will honor Mark A. Casale ’86, chairman, CEO and president, Essent Group Ltd., with the annual Haub School of Business (HSB) Hall of Fame Award during a dinner in his honor on Wednesday, April 13, at the Union League in Philadelphia.
More than 165 employers and some 900 job-seeking students will meet on Thursday, Feb. 18, at Saint Joseph's University’s spring College of Arts & Sciences and Haub School of Business Career Fair.
Saint Joseph’s University is pleased to announce that the Maguire Foundation has awarded its Department of Educational Leadership a $400,000 gift to support the inaugural class of 20 Maguire Educational Leadership Fellows.
Six of Saint Joseph's University's Haub School of Business graduate programs received global recognition from the ranking and higher education rating agency, Eduniversal, in its 2015-2016 "Best Masters Ranking."
Senior finance and actuarial science major Jonathan Lopes of Moorestown, N.J., finished in the top 10 among hundreds of participants in the 2015 Fall ETF Global Portfolio Challenge.
John L. Stanton, Ph.D., professor of food marketing at Saint Joseph’s University (SJU) in Philadelphia, Pa., was selected by the European Retail Academy (ERA) for their 2016 Honored Personality recognition and induction into its hall of fame.
PHILADELPHIA (December 7, 2015) – Saint Joseph’s University Gallery will host Drew Ippoliti’s collection of sculptures titled “All Hits and One Miss May Still Constitute a Loss” from Dec. 14 – Feb. 6. The collection of blue and white porcelain pieces explores the semiotics surrounding ceramics and their potential for cultural dialogue between the East and West.