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.
Saint Joseph’s University’s third annual Mission Week, scheduled March 19-25, brings the University community together to celebrate the many ways its mission is alive on campus — and in the world beyond Hawk Hill.
SJU's Environmental Science and Sustainability program, which offers a major and two minors within the College of Arts and Sciences, is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2017 with a series of lectures featuring experts in policy, agriculture, physics and chemistry.
Sunday, March 12, marks the start of Daylight Saving Time. While few relish losing an hour of sleep, an hour of sleep, parents often worry most about how their children will adjust to the change. Pediatric sleep expert Jodi Mindell, Ph.D., professor of psychology, has advice to help parents successfully transition children into Daylight Saving Time.
Two Saint Joseph’s University students were among the 50 undergraduates present at the TD Ameritrade Institutional annual investment advisor conference, National LINC 2017, Feb. 1-4, in San Diego, California.
Over 500 Saint Joseph’s University students and adult facilitators are participating in the Appalachian Experience, an alternative spring break immersion in Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia.
On April 1, 2017, the Office of Veterans Services at Saint Joseph’s University will present former deputy judge advocate general of the United States Air Force, Maj. Gen. Charles J. Dunlap, Jr. ’72, USAF (ret.), with the second-ever TEC5 George J. Beichl, Ph.D. ’39 Award.
On Thursday, March 23, Bill and Emilio Mignucci, third generation owners of Di Bruno Bros., will share how they have grown the business into one of the most recognized specialty food retailers in the country, while preserving the legacy of original owners, Danny and Joe Di Bruno, during a presentation at Saint Joseph’s University.
SJUs' Bernadette B. and James J. Nealis '69 Program in Asian Studies will host best-selling biographer and journalist Bill Lascher on Wednesday, March 1, 4-5 p.m. in the North Lounge. Lasher is the author of "Eve of a Hundred Midnights," a true story of two WWII correspondents and their escape across the Pacific.
To mark Women's History Month, SJU's Office of Student Inclusion and Diversity will host actress Selenis Leyva of "Orange is the New Black" on March 8, who will discuss the Hispanic experience in America, her experience as a woman in the entertainment industry, and LGBTQ issues.