• Saint Joseph’s University to Host ‘Nutter Unplugged’

    Thursday, April 1, 2010

    What: Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter will have a candid discussion with members of the city’s Young Professional’s Network (YPN) about what members, and the business community, can do to become more engaged in the community. The conversation will also include a dialogue on the factors that will make young professionals want to live, work, raise their families, and enjoy success in the Greater Philadelphia region.

  • SJU to ‘Light It Up Blue’ in Support of World Autism Awareness Day

    Wednesday, March 31, 2010

    Date: Thursday evening, April 1 through Friday evening, April 2

    Time: After sunset each night (Approximately 7- 7:30 p.m.) through the night

    Place: Saint Joseph’s University Barbelin Hall City Avenue between 54th Street and Lapsley Lane Campus map:

  • Shooting Stars Make Dreams Come True

    Friday, March 26, 2010

    With so much ahead of them, most college students prefer not to think about the end of life.

    Ed Podgorski ’09 is a little different. While preparing for medical school, he grants wishes — last wishes — to the best of his ability as a volunteer at Sacred Heart Home’s hospice center.

  • Haub School’s Honor Society Awarded Gold

    Friday, March 26, 2010

    PHILADELPHIA  (March 25, 2010) -- Saint Joseph’s University’s Erivan K. Haub School of Business’ (HSB) collegiate chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS) has been selected as the Gold Chapter Award winner for 2010. The student chapter competed against 486 collegiate chapters around the globe. Beta Gamma Sigma will present Saint Joseph’s with this prestigious award at its annual conference in Anaheim, Calif. on April 15.

  • 'The Autism Whisperer' to Speak at Autism Awareness Day

    Thursday, March 25, 2010

    PHILADELPHIA  (March 25, 2010) -- He has been dubbed “The Autism Whisperer” for his innate ability to understand and interpret children and adults on the autism spectrum.  On Tuesday, April 6, William Stillman – who himself is an adult with Asperger’s Syndrome, a mild “cousin” of autism – will speak at Saint Joseph’s when the University observes its 6th Annual Autism Awareness Day.

  • Senior Thesis Exhibit Showcases Work of Graduating Seniors

    Thursday, March 25, 2010

    PHILADELPHIA (March 25, 2010) - Beginning April 9, Mandeville Hall’s second floor will house the 11th annual Senior Art Thesis Exhibition, an event that highlights the work of SJU’s graduating fine arts majors. This year’s exhibit presents the work of eleven student-artists and a diversity of media, including pottery, clay, drawing, digital photography, mixed media and ceramic sculpture.

  • Students Host ‘Up ‘til Dawn’ Event in Support of Pediatric Research

    Wednesday, March 17, 2010

    What: Saint Joseph’s University’s Up ‘til Dawn program, a student-organized event, will celebrate its fundraising efforts for the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital with a late-night event. The students hope to earn $30,000 for pediatric research.

    When: Saturday, March 20, 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.

  • EMBA Students Lend a Hand at The Clinic

    Tuesday, March 16, 2010

    Last fall, executive MBA students Joe Coyle, Scott Walker, Mitch Baker and Tim Docherty got a different look at what it means to be “men and women for and with others,” when they partnered with The Clinic for their project for their team consulting class.

  • A Heartfelt Homecoming for One SJU Public Safety Employee

    Monday, March 15, 2010

    As a little girl on Halloween, Regina Reyes used to don a soldier uniform almost every year to “trick-or-treat.” Now she wears a slightly bigger version just as proudly, but for a vastly different purpose. As a captain in the United States Air Force Reserve, her uniform is one of many symbols of her service, and most recently, a four-month deployment to Southwest Asia.

  • Local Business Leaders to Learn How ‘Seven Revolutions’ Will Shape the Future

    Friday, March 12, 2010

    PHILADELPHIA (March 16, 2010) -- What will our world look like in 15 years? If your organization hasn’t paused to consider this question, Erik Peterson, senior advisor for a prominent D.C. think-tank, says you’re risking your company’s future and bottom line.