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    SJU Graduate Earns Fellowship from Global Health Corps

    Thursday, May 18, 2017

    Luigi Nuñez ’17, a graduating senior from Camden, New Jersey, carrying a double major in computer science and mathematics, has been named a recipient of a fellowship from the Global Health Corps.
  • An SJU Legacy Continues: Father and Daughter Graduate Together

    Thursday, May 18, 2017

    Amanda Lawn ’17, an elementary education and special education double major, will dress in her cap and gown on commencement day to receive her diploma along with her fellow graduates — one of them being her father. Robert J. Lawn Jr. ’17, a police officer at Plumstead Township Police Department, will graduate next to his daughter with a Bachelor of Science in criminal justice.
  • Graduate Student Takes His Mission to Help Youth to Africa Through the Peace Corps

    Wednesday, May 17, 2017

    After commencement, Thomas Lafferty ’17 (M.S.) will work with at-risk youth when he’ll have his Saint Joseph’s master’s degree in criminal justice firmly in hand. For the next 27 months, he'll be a youth development volunteer with the Peace Corps in Swaziland.
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    SJU Students Inducted into National Honors Societies

    Wednesday, May 17, 2017

    During the spring 2017 semester, 175 students at Saint Joseph’s were inducted into two of the nation’s most prestigious honors societies, Beta Gamma Sigma and Phi Beta Kappa
  • Saint Joseph's Set to Celebrate Class of 2017 Commencement Ceremonies May 20

    Saturday, May 13, 2017

    Saint Joseph's University will celebrate the Class of 2017 on Saturday, May 20 by conferring more than 2,200 degrees at its 2017 commencement ceremonies.
  • Persevering Over Persecution

    Wednesday, May 10, 2017

    Niknaz Riazati ‘17 recalls circling the outside of the library at the University of Tehran, looking for a door that didn’t have a security guard on duty, or a group of students she could follow in without being noticed.

    “I knew that if a guard asked for my paperwork, I would be kicked out,” she says.

  • Sociology Students Raise $10,000 for James R. Ludlow Elementary School

    Wednesday, May 10, 2017

    Seventy students in the spring 2017 sections of the Social Problems course have raised $10,000 for the James R. Ludlow Elementary School in Philadelphia. The course, which analyzes contemporary issues such as homelessness, unemployment, poverty, policing, and incarceration, tasked students to organize campaigns to raise awareness and funds for the school.
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    Coaching Leadership Program to be Held at SJU

    Tuesday, May 9, 2017

    The Center for Professional Development at Saint Joseph’s University will host The Coaching Leadership Program at its Executive Business Center during the 2017-2018 academic year. Currently the only University-based Coaching certificate program in the Philadelphia area, the program is is designed for leaders and managers who wish to hone their coaching skills in the workplace, practicing coaches who wish to improve their skills and gain certification and those who are looking to begin to practice executive coaching.
  • Director of Institute for Jewish-Catholic Relations to be Honored at Gratz College Commencement

    Monday, May 8, 2017

    Philip A. Cunningham, Ph.D., director of the Institute of Jewish-Catholic Relations and professor of theology and religious studies, will receive an honorary doctoral degree at the Gratz College commencement ceremony on May 21. According to the college, Cunningham is being honored as “a leader in the world of interfaith relations.”
  • With a Seven-for-Seven Acceptance Streak, Triple Jumper is a Hop, Skip and a Jump from Law School

    Thursday, May 4, 2017

    Psychology major Prince Yakubu '17, a triple jumper with SJU's track and field team, has been accepted to all seven law schools to which he applied. Yakubu will attend Villanova law school in the fall.