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Haub School of Business Earns International Recognition

01/09/2013

In its ranking of the best master’s and MBA programs around the globe, Eduniversal has named four of Saint Joseph's University's Haub School of Business programs among the Top 100 worldwide.


Chapel Choir Embarks on Pilgrimage to Sing at St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome

01/07/2013

The 42 student members of Saint Joseph’s University’s Chapel Choir, led by Noel Koenke, coordinator for liturgy and music at SJU, are on an eight-day pilgrimage to Italy that includes opportunities to sing liturgical and sacred music at St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City and in the Basilica of St. Francis in Assisi.


Ceramic Artist’s Ocean Memory Exhibited at SJU Gallery

01/04/2013

PHILADELPHIA (Jan. 4, 2013) – “Recollection 6” is a site-specific mixed-media installation of porcelain, sand and stones that offers a view of Korea-born ceramic artist Sukjin Choi’s graceful interpretation of the ocean. Currently exhibited at Saint Joseph’s University Gallery, the installation will be on display until Feb. 11. (The Gallery will be closed for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday on Jan. 21.)


Music and Memory

12/21/2012

PHILADELPHIA (Dec. 21, 2012) — Saint Joseph's University entertainment marketing students are helping the elderly get their groove back, and hopefully their memories at the same time.


SJU Launches BACB-Certified Online Autism Studies Certificate

12/21/2012

PHILADELPHIA (Dec. 21, 2012)- The College of Professional and Liberal Studies at Saint Joseph’s University is addressing the rapidly growing need for certified, educated and compassionate professionals to care for those with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) by gaining the approval of the Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc. ® (BACB), for its unique online autism studies certificate and concentration with the Department of Health Services.


Business Without Borders

12/17/2012

PHILADELPHIA (Dec. 17, 2012) —From an office in Mandeville Hall, Eric Patton, Ph.D. assistant professor and director of the human capital program, serves as lead professor for a course he wrote and developed for students 7,500 miles away. Using Skype and sophisticated technology, Patton communicates lesson plans with his class, composed of refugees from eight countries who live at camps in Malawi and Kenya.


Born to Run – and Write

12/11/2012

PHILADELPHIA (December 11, 2012) - When Jennifer Cush, a senior French and secondary education major from Washington Township, N.J., considered her roster for the fall '12 semester at Saint Joseph's University, she found a course offered by the Department of English that seemed "both intimidating and alluring," she says.


Carlyle Letters Project Receives NEH Award

12/03/2012

PHILADELPHIA (Nov. 28, 2012) — The Carlyle Letters Project has been awarded $270,000 from the National Endowment for Humanities (NEH) Scholarly Editions Division for the period 2013-2016. David R. Sorensen, D.Phil., professor of English at Saint Joseph’s University and senior editor of The Collected Letters of Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle, celebrates the award as well as the completion of the 40th volume of the Collected Letters this year.


Food Retailers: the Solution to Childhood Obesity?

11/30/2012

PHILADELPHIA (Nov. 29, 2012) — While most of the blame for childhood obesity is placed on the marketing practices of food manufacturers, research by Nancy Childs, Ph.D., professor of food marketing at Saint Joseph’s University, suggests that more attention should be given to the in-store marketing activities of food retailers, especially those that directly target children.


Is There Any Honor Left in Honor Codes?

11/29/2012

PHILADELPHIA (Nov. 28, 2012) — In light of the Harvard cheating scandal, in which 125 students improperly collaborated on a take-home examination last spring, the debate on the effectiveness of honor codes has taken the media by storm. The general consensus seems to be that unless a code is embedded in the right culture — one that is student-led and student-enforced — the code is useless. Many wonder if there is a way to foster such a culture.


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