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  • SJU Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program Joins Michigan Consortium

    Wednesday, February 12, 2014

    Saint Joseph’s University is partnering with several colleges and universities around the country to help teachers obtain a Michigan deaf and hard of hearing endorsement online
  • SJU Anti-Violence Center Examines Homicide Drop in Philadelphia

    Tuesday, February 11, 2014

    The Richard Johnson Center for Anti-Violence will host "The Philadelphia Experiment: Re-imagined Policing and Enforcement in the City of Brotherly Love," a closer look at the changes and strategies implemented in 2013, on Tuesday, Feb. 18, at 7 p.m., in the North Lounge of Campion Student Center.
  • TheBestSchools.org Ranks Online Masters of Organization Development and Leadership at No.5

    Wednesday, February 5, 2014

    TheBestSchools.org recently acknowledged Saint Joseph’s University’s Online Masters in Science of Organization Development and Leadership (MODL) as one of the top programs in its category.
  • 'Jesuit' is the Focus of New Student Business Alliance

    Tuesday, February 4, 2014

    PHILADELPHIA (February 4, 2014) — With a 400-year tradition, the value of a Jesuit business education has withstood the test of time. There are currently 1.9 million alumni, representing 28 Jesuit colleges and universities, throughout the United States. Graduates include former governors, a CIA director, and scores of authors, CEOs and entrepreneurs.

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    Up Close with History: Students and Faculty in the Archives

    Friday, January 31, 2014

    Sophomore history majors Allison Darhun and Darcey Paulding encountered the original letters of a Union Civil War soldier at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania when they participated in Students and Faculty in the Archives.
  • Super Bowl Ads Score with Popular Music

    Friday, January 24, 2014

    It's the perennial question asked each year during Super Bowl season.

    Does humor sell? Is it the ad with the coolest celebrity? Or, is popular music driving the success of your favorite Super Bowl commercial?

  • Olympic Jitters: Making Sense of the Terrorist Threat in Russia

    Friday, January 24, 2014

    Recent headlines have introduced us to Ruzana Ibragimova, a potential terrorist from Dagestan, who, along with other militants, seeks to instill fear and embarrass President Vladimir Putin at the Sochi Olympic Games. According to Russia expert Lisa Baglione, Ph.D., chair and professor of political science, this violence has its roots in the two-decades-old conflict between Russia and Chechnya, which, like Dagestan, is a federal subject of Russia located in the North Caucasus.

  • Course Brings Students Into the World of "The Wire"

    Friday, January 24, 2014

    HBO’s popular series “The Wire” won many devoted fans and earned critical praise for painting a picture of\ modern day Baltimore for everyone from police and city hall, to the drug dealers, a dwindling middle class and teachers cash-strapped school districts.

  • University Gallery Exhibits Art on Social Justice in Philadelphia

    Tuesday, January 21, 2014

    In accordance with SJU’s commitment to social justice, the University Gallery will showcase the work of four Philadelphia artists — Daniel Heyman, Glen Sacks, Sarah McEneaney and Susan Hagen ­— who examine social justice issues in their work.
  • Saint Joseph’s Remembers the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

    Thursday, January 16, 2014

    On October 26, 1967, a crowd of 3,400 in Saint Joseph’s fieldhouse heard a stirring address by Dr. King. He criticized the Johnson administration for being more concerned about winning “an unjust war in Vietnam than in winning the war on poverty here at home” and explained the importance of enforcing civil rights legislation, despite criticisms that laws could not change people’s hearts. See photos from the event and listen to excerpts from Dr. King's speech.
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