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Five Saint peter’s College Students to be Inducted into Mathematics Honor Society

  April 23, 2002– Five Saint peter’s College Students to be Inducted into Mathematics Honor SocietyJersey City, NJ – Five Saint Peter’s College students will be inducted into Pi Mu Epsilon, the national Mathematics Honor Society, on April 30 at 4 p.m. in the Degnan Room on the College’s Jersey City campus. It is the […]

Saint Peter’s College to Offer World Language Institute

Saint Peter’s College will offer its first World Language Institute to allow members of the business community and frequent travelers the opportunity to gain experience in using practical spoken words and phrases in several languages. The “Talk TANK” will provide a choice of course work in Spanish, French, Italian, Chinese, German, Japanese and Sign Language with others to be taught upon request.

Saint Peter’s College alum to Discuss Enron Collapse

Saint Peter’s College alum Anthony Pergola, a lawyer with Lowenstein Sandler PC in Roseland, NJ, will discuss the Enron collapse on Wednesday, May 1 at Noon in the Gannon Lecture Hall on the College’s Jersey City campus.

Saint Peter’s College Sophomore To Present Philoshy Paper at National Conference

Saint Peter’s College sophomore Mohammad Riaz (Jersey City, NJ), will present his paper, “The Road to Morality: Simone de Beauvoir and Once Were Warriors” to the Undergraduate Philosophy Conference at Towson State University in Towson, Maryland on April 27. The conference accepts submissions from students across the country, with fewer than 10 accepted for presentation. Riaz is a double major in philosophy and economics with a 3.91 GPA.

Palestinian Doctor and Journalist to Speak at SPC

Dr. Samah Jabr, a Palestinian physician, freelance journalist and lifelong Jerusalem resident, will speak at Saint Peter’s College on Thursday, April 11 at 11 a.m. about the Arab-Israeli conflict.

Three Saint Peter’s College Professor Appointed Grants as Durant Scholars

Three Saint Peter’s College professors will each receive $5,000 grants from the College’s Durant Scholars Program for Innovative Teaching in the Liberal Arts and Sciences. The three will utilize the money to develop creative changes in their College courses and then disseminate the results to colleagues in higher education.