Faculty Tips

  • A closeup of graph paper, on which is written "Actually I Can"

    Do New Year’s Resolutions Work? Only If We See Every Day as a New Beginning

    Friday, January 4, 2019

    Phyllis Anastasio, Ph.D., professor of psychology, answers questions about the psychology behind New Year’s resolutions.
  • Fireworks

    What are You Doing New Year’s? What About Your Kids?

    Monday, December 31, 2018

    With late night parties and champagne toasts at midnight, New Year’s Eve is definitely more of an adult holiday. But when are kids old enough to truly ring in the new year?
  • Clint Springer stands in front of some trees.

    May All Your Christmases Be Green

    Monday, December 17, 2018

    If you haven't already purchased your Christmas tree, an SJU environmental scientist suggests that it's not too late to look for a sustainable option.
  • A young student smiles and chats with a potential employer at the Career Fair.

    Five Ways to Stand Out at the Career Fair

    Tuesday, September 18, 2018

    Preparing for this week’s Career Fair, featuring nearly 200 organizations? Trish Shafer, executive director of the Career Development Center, offers her best five tips for getting noticed.
  • A photo of Kim Allen-Stuck, Ph.D., on campus

    Four Tips to Help Your Student Choose the Best College

    Friday, April 27, 2018

    Deciding where to go to college often feels like an overwhelming prospect. Campus size, location, opportunities and amenities — there are endless considerations when determining which school is the best fit. Kim Allen-Stuck, Ph.D., assistant vice president of student success and educational support at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, shares four tips for high school students when selecting their future institution.