• Headshot of Anthony McGough

    A College Degree, 30 Years in the Making

    Friday, May 10, 2019

    Anthony McGough started his freshman year at Saint Joseph's in 1989. Now, after taking nearly every type of class available — full time, part time, evening and online — his work will culminate in a degree.
  • A photo of the American flag. In the lower right corner, the red stripes are replaced with the green of a sporting field.

    When Athletes Take a Stand (or knee)

    Friday, May 3, 2019

    Stephanie A. Tryce, J.D., assistant professor of sports marketing, and Brent Smith, Ph.D., professor of marketing, took notice of the many occurring examples of athlete activism, and examined their implications on national attachment in a research paper.
  • Headshot of Dominique Joe

    The Plays are the Thing: Studying the Harlem Renaissance through Theatre

    Thursday, May 2, 2019

    Dominique Joe, a graduating English major, undertook a research project that she hopes will spark renewed academic interest in the Harlem Renaissance.
  • A photo of Elise Brutschea in her laboratory

    NSF Fellowship Funds Graduate’s Goals

    Wednesday, May 1, 2019

    Elise Brutschea has earned many accolades during her career at Saint Joseph’s University. Now, she’s adding one more before she graduates: a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.
  • SJU’s Biology Department is Committed to Bringing Science to the Community

    Thursday, April 25, 2019

    SJU engages the local community in science programs on and off Hawk Hill through continued outreach efforts.
  • Providing Avenues for Employment for Individuals with Autism

    Thursday, April 25, 2019

    Nearly two years ago, Carrie Stockmal realized she needed to make a change in her life and in the lives of others.

    Stockmal is the proud mother of a loving and compassionate son, Jack, who was diagnosed with autism at five years old. She has learned many valuable lessons while raising a child with autism, but has also been introduced to many of society’s misconceptions about individuals with autism.

  • Community Festival Aims to Turn Goals into Action

    Thursday, April 25, 2019

    As part of a service engagement at the Hub of Hope, a nonprofit service center for people experiencing homelessness run by Project H.O.M.E., Jeffrey Hunt participated in weekly reflection and discussion on how individuals can turn a passion for service into a long-term pursuit of justice. The conversation inspired him to set action to something he was already passionate about: the United Nations’ sustainable development goals.

  • Headshot of McDonald

    Dr. Angela Rowe McDonald Announced as First Dean of the School of Health Studies and Education

    Wednesday, April 24, 2019

    Saint Joseph’s University announced this week that Angela Rowe McDonald, Ph.D., LPCS, NCC, an accomplished higher education administrator, faculty member and health practitioner will serve as the inaugural dean of the University’s School of Health Studies and Education.
  • Shaily Menon, Ph.D.

    5 Questions with Shaily Menon, Ph.D.

    Thursday, April 18, 2019

    Just under two years into her tenure as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Menon sits down with the SJU news team to talk about her thoughts on the College's priorities, new initiatives, and how higher education can evolve in the future.
  • Alumnus Returns to Hawk Hill with a Biotech Startup

    Thursday, April 18, 2019

    The College of Arts and Sciences and Navrogen, a biotech startup co-founded by an alumnus, create a unique and first-time partnership at SJU.