Student Life

Adult Student Life Office

Adult Student Life Workshops

Library Research

Presented by Stephanie Riley, MLS

A review on Saint Joseph's University library research process and online resources. The Library has books and periodicals in both print and electronic formats, research eResources, and audiovisuals.

LinkedIn for Professional Purposes

Presented by Mary Claire Dismukes, GCDF, M.Ed.

Are you using LinkedIn in your job search? 92% of recruiters are! Learn how to effectively use LinkedIn for networking and job searches.

Team Dynamics and Synergy

Presented by Michael Alleruzzo

This session focuses on students' understanding the dynamics of what makes some teams successful while others fail. The focus will include understanding what a team needs to be successful, how teams and their members function, team members and their roles, team process and decision making, and team conflict and solutions. 

Networking Basics 101

Presented by Marilyn Wade, M.A.

With networking as the #1 method to landing a job in the US, being an effective networking is now more important than ever. Learn simple strategies to build confidence and incorporate networking in your job search toolbox.  

Land a Job in a Tough Economy

Presented by Marilyn Wade, M.A.

This webinar will give job seekers effective strategies for navigating the competitive US job market and obtaining a job/starting your career.  

Library Research Workshop

Presented by Lisa Molinelli

With the recent expansion of the Post Learning Commons and Francis A. Drexel Library, this workshop explains: library resources, starting the research process, and how to get help you need.  

Research Based Writing Seminar

Presented by Todd Krug

This seminar reviews helpful approaches to effectively develop and accurately complete your research paper. Click here for the handouts. 

International Students and Academic Success Panel

Presented by Juan Yu

This panel highlights the academic challenges faced by international students and explores ideas to support academic success.