Magazine Archive

College selects Dr. James Dlugos as new president
Following a seven-month national search, the college appoints Dr. James Dlugos
Sister Anne Fitzpatrick ’64, RSM
“To be is a blessing” Sr. Anne Fitzpatrick ’64, RSM, has written a Centennial prayer for the College.
David Stamm ’11 in his own words
Dave Stamm ’11 recently finished his bachelor’s degree with a concentration in adult education and training.
Ten things you should know about Saint Joseph’s
Since Saint Joseph’s College started, more than 17,000 people have earned undergraduate and graduate degrees through on-campus and distance education programs.
Summer symposia on campus
Health Care’s Future: Realize the Promise, July 23-27 Saint Joseph’s 5th Annual Health Care Symposium will feature nationally known experts to equip administrators, nurses and technicians with the knowledge necessary to face any obstacle in the constantly changing health care field.
St. Joe’s means business
Saint Joseph’s College has approved plans to start a college-wide business development initiative that will create and market programs and events for potential clients.
Meet Mark Friedman
Faculty member, Leadership MBA Mark Friedman, faculty member for the online Leadership MBA program, knows the increasing importance of a global perspective in education.
iPads, Skype and Apple TV = International Management class
Technology helps international management students talk with mentors in nine countries.
New Alumni Benefit: CareerBeam
The college is happy to announce a new alumni benefit: free membership to CareerBeam, a self-guided online career center.
Your Online Alumni Community, The ROCK
Have you checked out the new ROCK? It has been live for just over one year.
10 Ways to Help SJC
Active and engaged alumni are critical to the success of SJC. The college is fortunate to have so many alumni who care deeply about the institution, and there are many ways that SJC graduates, parents, and friends can help. Here are just a few ways.
Miracolino: searching for a little miracle
How a four-leaf clover in far off Bosnia revealed a measure of faith for this professor
Former Monks power pitcher shows major moves
Southpaw Charlie Furbush makes it all the way to the Seattle Mariners pitching roster
Sí Se Puede! Yes, it can be done.
Five years is a long time to live on $5 a week...but for this alumna the cause was more important than the money