His lecture, “Tattoos on the Heart: Strategies for Working With At-Risk Youth,” is part of Ignatian Heritage Week.
Taking place from March 23 to March 30, this celebration is a collaboration of performances, films and presentations.
Students will become qualified to teach health and physical education, and pursue careers in fitness and wellness training.
The College also observed a 13% increase in overall inquiries from prospective freshman and transfer students.
The program will kick off in fall 2010, and prepare graduates to lead local, state and national criminal justice organizations.
WSPC brought home the Golden Mic Award for broadcast excellence and the Best Talk Program award.
Dr. Anna J. Brown will receive this award at the Pax Christi New Jersey Annual Assembly this Saturday on the Jersey City campus.
Hearts & Minds: The Saint Peter’s College Annual Scholarship Dinner provides support for the general scholarship fund.
This is the highest federal recognition a college or university can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service-learning and civic engagement.
A distinguished professor at Saint Peter’s, Dr. Gutsch also served as the chairman of the American Museum of Natural History’s Hayden Planetarium.