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Students Gather to Give Thanks to Benefactors at Annual Scholarship Luncheon

Kia Thornton-Miller ’16 is up against quite a few challenges in life. The 36-year-old mother of two separated from her husband and is currently on disability. However, Thornton-Miller is also the recipient of The Newcombe/Ruscick Family Endowed Scholarship and on November 2, she was all smiles as she wrote a thank-you card to her benefactor. […]

Award-Winning Bilingual Journalist Inspires Students

The freshmen sitting in Pope Lecture Hall on Wednesday had never met Carmen Cusido before that afternoon, but they already had something in common with her: like Cusido, many of them were bilingual. As part of the Center for English Acquisition and Culture’s (CELAC) discussion “Using Multiple Languages in the Workplace,” award-winning journalist Carmen Cusido […]

Students and Faculty Learn About Female Entrepreneurship and Empowerment

Entrepreneurism coupled with female empowerment recently provided Saint Peter’s students, faculty and staff with the opportunity to learn about running a successful enterprise from women dominating in a variety of industries. To mark Women in Entrepreneurship Week, the Ignite Institute at Saint Peter’s University hosted “Making Your Mark in Different Career Paths.” The networking event […]

Executives-in-Residence Program Unites Graduate Students with Professional Alumni

Four alumni served as guest speakers for Executives-in-Residence, a three-credit course for graduate students enrolled in the Master of Business Administration program at Saint Peter’s University. This course brings senior executives to the classroom to exchange ideas on the goals and strategies of companies and industries and identifies issues related to current trends in business […]

Annual Chamber Forum Brings High Ranking Officials to Saint Peter’s Campus

Several high ranking local and state officials gathered in the McIntyre Conference Center for the Hudson County Chamber of Commerce’s 2015 Government Affairs Forum, hosted by The Guarini Institute for Government and Leadership. Alongside chamber members, Saint Peter’s students and faculty were able to learn about current local and state development projects, taxes, transportation, infrastructure, […]

Saint Peter’s Makes History with Naming of Caulfield School of Education

Saint Peter’s made history last night with the naming and dedication of the Caulfield School of Education, the University’s first named school. More than 70 alumni, faculty, staff and friends of the University gathered on the second floor of Dinneen Hall for a special ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the Caulfield School of Education, which […]

Officials from UN and Hoboken Visit Saint Peter’s for Environmental Forum

Officials from the UN and City of Hoboken came to campus on Tuesday, October 6 to discuss local and global efforts toward achieving environmental sustainability and creating resilience against man-made and natural disasters. The discussion, titled “Environmental Sustainability and Risk Management, was part of a lecture series hosted by The Guarini Institute for Government and […]

Students Gain Insight into the Insurance Industry

More than 150 students filled the Roy Irving Theatre on Wednesday, October 7 where they learned about various career opportunities within the insurance industry. That afternoon, the Center for Career Engagement and Experiential Learning (CEEL) hosted a well-attended interactive discussion and networking event where executives from leading insurance companies shared their experience in a variety […]

Local and State Officials and Leaders Gather at Saint Peter’s for Anti-Violence Summit

Several local and state officials and leaders in government, corrections, judicial and public safety recently gathered in McIntyre Conference Center for the Anti-Violence Youth Summit. Co-sponsored by The Guarini Institute for Government and Leadership,  Jersey City Anti-Violence Coalition Movement (JCACM), North Jersey Chapter of the National Action Network (NAN) and Citizens Against Violence (CAV), the […]