Saint Joseph's University was founded by the Jesuits — visionary Catholic priests and educators who prioritized social justice, the pursuit of excellence, service to others, and the development of the whole person, or, cura personalis. One of only 28 universities and colleges nationwide exemplifying this 500-year- old Jesuit tradition, SJU offers each of its students an educational experience that will hone their skills, expand their knowledge, grow their faith and strengthen their character.
In celebration of Black History Month, SJU will host the traveling exhibit and documentary of Philadelphia’s Lest We Forget Museum of Slavery (LWFSM) on Feb. 22, 4-7 p.m., in the Campion Student Center’s Forum Theatre.
Saint Joseph’s University’s Haub Professional Development Center is proud to sponsor the What Women Want conference, an event designed for professional women at all stages of their careers. On March 14, 2017, What Women Want will strive to connect participants with allies in order to foster their success.
The Haub School of Business Wall Street Trading Room and Pedro Arrupe Center for Business Ethics present “Climate Change is Here. Now What?” a panel of expert faculty discussing industry reaction to and corporate preparation for the effects of climate change, on Thursday, February 23.
On Sunday, March 5, Saint Joseph’s Institute for Jewish-Catholic Relations is celebrating its golden anniversary by recreating its inaugural meeting. “A Genuine Gift of God,” an event featuring contemporary experts in Jewish-Catholic issues, will be held in the Haub Executive Suite of McShain Hall from 7 to 9 p.m.
Super Bowl LI, like every championship match-up before it, will inspire friendly bets, team rivalry and lots of yelling at the television. This year’s commercials, however, might get as heated as the game. David Allan, Ph.D. ’99 (MBA), chair of marketing at Saint Joseph’s University, offers predictions and commentary on this year's politically-charged championship.
SJU presents a screening of the documentary “They Said We Couldn’t Play: An Oral History of the Philadelphia Stars,” followed by a panel discussion featuring representatives from the Philadelphia Phillies, experts on baseball history and education and relatives of a late Philadelphia Stars player, on Thursday, February 2.