Saint Peter’s University has alumni affinity groups in the fields of finance, healthcare and law, but on October 21, the University celebrated the launch of the Alumni in Education Network, and what better place to celebrate than the new home of the School of Education on the Jersey City campus? Alumni, faculty, administration and current […]
“A conscious mind does not write poetry, an unconscious mind does.” These were some of the words of wisdom shared by acclaimed poet, Marie Howe, during the inaugural event of the poetry lecture series titled, “Valente and Blihar Families Poetry Series,” sponsored by Judy Valente Reynard ’76, a critically-acclaimed author and alumna of Saint Peter’s, […]
“The real fuel of entrepreneurship is hope. Every day when you wake up you have another shot at it. Maybe today is the day. As long as there is hope, maybe people are willing to try.” Those were the words of Jeff Hoffman, author and co-founder of Priceline.com and ColorJar, who delivered the luncheon keynote […]
The statistics on campus sexual assaults are alarming. It is estimated that in one year, 300,000 women in colleges and universities are raped. Additionally, according to the U.S. Department of Justice, 95 percent of campus sexual assaults go unreported. The severity of this issue is irrefutable and as a result, college officials and legislators are […]
Alumni Weekend was held on the third weekend of September and celebrated the 50th reunion of the Class of 1964. Former classmates came together to see all of the changes at alma mater firsthand. But the most important reason for attending was best summed up by Jack Campion ’64, member of the Class of 1964 […]
Edward O’Connor, Jr. ’64, former New Jersey senator, made two visits to Saint Peter’s this week. The first visit was to celebrate his 50th reunion with fellow classmates from the Class of 1964. The second visit was to tell current students about how his experience at Saint Peter’s prepared him for life during the 2014 Michaelmas […]
Sustainability continues to be a hot topic in today’s world and there are countless reasons why a business would benefit from becoming more sustainable. Benefits range from the opportunity to save money and reduce waste to improved relationships with constituents. The advantages are impressive, but what does it actually take for a business to begin […]
In honor of Constitution Day on September 17, the Guarini Institute for Government and Leadership at Saint Peter’s University invited Abed Awad, Esq. ’91, attorney, public speaker and community leader, to speak to students on American courts and religion. Constitution Day commemorates the formation and signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787. In […]
“It’s jarring for most people to go into an impoverished home in a developing country,” said Dwayne Paul ’08. “The reaction is to reflect on all the ‘stuff’ they have at home.” As assistant director of campus ministry for faith and global justice, Paul witnessed this effect during two recent Global Outreach (GO) service trips. […]
In a major milestone for Saint Peter’s University, seven students in the education and nursing programs received the first doctoral degrees in the University’s 142-year history. Four students, Joseph John Cirillo ’14, Julie Beth Glazer ’14 and brother and sister Hansel Antonio Perez-Valderrama ’97, ’01, ’14 and Gretel T. Perez-Valderrama ’00, ’14, received the Doctor […]
More than two dozen New Jersey higher education institutions have joined the federal program Study New Jersey to increase diversity on campuses and generate additional revenue.
Movie premiere scheduled at the College’s Jersey City campus.
Millions of people across the globe join together to celebrate innovation, entrepreneurship and creativity.
The team takes on the Providence Friars on Thursday, November 18 at 1:00 p.m. in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Jerry Greenfield addresses the theme Going Green, Going Global: The Costs and Benefits to Business at the College’s annual Symposium.
The Guarini Institute for Governmental Affairs hosts its second lecture of the year with Emmy Award-winning PBS anchor, media analyst and columnist for The Star-Ledger, Steve Adubato.
Saint Peter’s College has partnered with Sogang University to expand study abroad opportunities.
Saint Peter’s is awarded a $2.8 million federal grant in recognition of its efforts to expand offerings for Hispanic students.
The Guarini Institute for Governmental Affairs hosts its first lecture of the year with economics and social policy expert George Borjas, Ph.D., an alumnus from the class of 1971.
Saint Peter’s College commemorates the 45th anniversary of the honorary degree bestowed upon Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.