The concentration is part of the business program in the School of Professional and Continuing Studies (SPCS).
Molly Rotondo, Saint Peter’s class of 2012, was recognized for her musical composition “Defeating Enthrallment.”
The grant is for the Pfizer PURE Science Program, a research oppportunity for undergraduate students to work with complex genetic material.
The College is offering a variety of activities for the campus community in order to raise awareness about environmental issues.
This grant supports the College’s purchase of state-of-the-art research equipment to further the study of microplasma.
Sponsored by the history and communication departments, this year’s conference theme is “Whose Truth? Reporting About Diverse Cultures.”
Alfa Demmellash, the CEO and co-founder of Rising Tide Capital, Inc. will address the 2010 graduates on May 23.
Current sophomore and junior high school students can apply for this competitive program until April 16, 2010.
These illustrated talks, designed for adults and young people ages eight and older, will focus on diverse and fun scientific topics.
His lecture, “Tattoos on the Heart: Strategies for Working With At-Risk Youth,” is part of Ignatian Heritage Week.