Monique St. John ‘94, chief technology and security officer at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, discusses the ways that COVID-19 has created new or heightened cybersecurity concerns for health care providers.
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Athletics COVID-19 Health and Safety Plan
Saint Joseph's Department of Athletics has developed a plan to outline the ways in which student-athletes and staff members can partner to reduce the risk of COVID-19 while resuming athletics-related activities.
Stigma and Non-Discrimination
We lend our sincere support to all of our community members who have been impacted by COVID-19 and the continued health crisis. We extend our care and concern for all members of the SJU community experiencing distress while we all navigate these challenging times together.
As a community, Saint Joseph’s University is committed to being a diverse and inclusive community and that supports all members. As a community, we must not allow fear or our shared concerns to threaten our commitment to embracing diversity on our campus. Bias based conduct, targeting people based on perceptions about identity or beliefs creates barriers to inclusion, access, and trust. It affects not only the targeted individual or group, but adversely affects our entire University community. Biased behaviors, stereotyping and discrimination are not tolerated at Saint Joseph’s University. As a Jesuit university, we set a high bar: to educate and care for the whole person, across all diversity and aspects of identity. Anyone who experiences harassment, discrimination or biased based conduct on campus or virtually in a University-sponsored activity can report it here through the Bias Activity Review Intake Portal.
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Graduating students in Saint Joseph’s M.S. in health administration program spent their final semester balancing school with responding to a global pandemic.
Theresa Crossan, adjunct professor of chemistry, moved her food chemistry lab online by inviting students into her home kitchen.