Magazine Archive

Far afield, class finds new point of view
by Charmaine Daniels For the assignment on macro photography, Megan Brennan '10 photographed this Otavalo Market...
Grant to cut energy use teams college with community
The Dorr Foundation has awarded Saint Joseph's a $23,550 grant to help monitor energy use more closely on campus, and also partner with students in a nearby community to monitor, calculate and reduce energy use at their school and homes. Campus sustainability coordinator Jeanne Gulnick will tr...
Partnering with employers at the workplace
Saint Joseph's College announces a partnership with Benedictine Health System to provide comprehensive, customized online education focused on developing values-centered leadership across the health care company's 40 campuses in seven states. The Graduate & Professional Studies divi...
President Lee signs Climate Commitment
President Joseph Lee has joined with other college presidents nationally to sign the American College & University Presidents Climate Commitment (ACUPCC). By signing the document, Dr. Lee commits the college to creating a plan that reduces greenhouse gas emissions on campus and to educational...
Trustees scheduled to review Strategic Plan
The Board of Trustees is expected to review the college's new Strategic Plan by early fall, after a months-long process that has involved a 20-member steering committee and 60 other members of the campus community in goal-setting, gathering and discussing information, and "listening with both e...
Coach McDevitt rejoins the home team
Mike McDevitt '83 is back on home court, so to speak. The former basketball star and women's basketball coach at Saint Joseph's has returned to coach the women...
New art major approved
Beginning in the fall semester, Saint Joseph's will offer fine art as its newest academic major. Students will learn creative problem solving skills through a curriculum that will feature two-dimensional and three-dimensional design, drawing, painting, graphic design, sculpture, ceramics, photograph...
College launches new online health care and nursing options
Saint Joseph's has launched an online program in Catholic health care leadership and launched two graduate nursing degrees that partner with either health administration or business administration. Catholic health care leadership program "The program enables administrators to bal...
It’s all good and it’s all here
Tomatoes, peppers, carrots, radishes, cauliflower, broccoli, sweet corn, shell peas, sugar peas, green beans, okra, radicchio, beets, mixed salad greens, spinach, Swiss chard, pickling cucumbers, summer squash, sweet potatoes, winter squash, raspberries, garlic ... and, of course,...
In the Field
Marine science professor Dr. Mark Green and Lane Hubacz '09 share a laugh before heading to take core samples of marine sediment. Hubac...
Saint Joseph’s joins Yellow Ribbon program to help veterans pay for education
Saint Joseph's College is taking part in the federal Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program. It provides educational institutions a voluntary opportunity to help fund the higher education of veterans whose expenses exceed the highest in-state public undergraduate tuition rate. Saint Joseph's...
Cell Saturation
When a phone is more than a phone.
Alumna journeys to China
Talk with Deb Kramlich '09 by Peggy Roberts
Driving lessons
A severe head injury, resulting from a car accident when I was in middle school, forced me to try harder to master a key life skill by Matthew Pascarella '06 When I was 17, most of my friends began to drive, and I felt incredibly left out. I didn't feel like my own person....
7 things you should know about 7 things
1. How to advocate for yourself or a loved one in today's health care system. Mary Toppi-Beane '74 is a professional geriatric care manager Be prepared. Have the tough conversations among family members about what kinds of care you all want or do not wa...
One tough unit:
Caring for premature and critically ill infants is emotionally demanding by Charmaine Daniels Shannon Bourgault ’03 ha...
Torey McPherson ’02
A love of the land by Anne-Marie R. Seltzer By age 10, Torey McPherson '02 was driving a full-size tractor and harvesting potatoes on his family's farm i...
Class Notes
60s Patricia Russell Luopa '67 of Saint Louis Park, Minn., was recently promoted to director of curriculum development at Plato Learning, Inc., in Bloomington, Minn. Bonnie Newman '67 of Portsmouth, N.H., was honored as one of six Distinguished Alumni by Pennsylvania...