As many Saint Peter’s students know, service is a major component of a Jesuit education and each year more than 800 Saint Peter’s students contribute a combined total of approximately 16,000 hours of service to local, national and global organizations. Erich Sekel, associate director of campus ministry for community service, is always seeking ways for […]
Former NFL Commissioner Discusses Marketing Best Practices at 42nd Annual Regents Business Symposium
“If it isn’t broke, fix it anyway,” was just one of the pieces of advice that the attendees left with at the end of the 42nd Annual Regents Business Symposium on Friday, November 8. These words of wisdom were spoken by Paul Tagliabue H ’05, former commissioner of the National Football League (NFL) and member […]
Author and Lecturer Chris Lowney discussed “Dusty Feet, Laundry and a Llama Print Jacket: Lessons About Leadership” as part of The John Tagliabue ’67 H ’05 Lecture Series at Saint Peter’s University on October 30 in The Duncan Family Sky Room at the Mac Mahon Student Center. During the lecture, Lowney explored the leadership of […]
While life is often fast-paced, the arrival of the Thanksgiving season often causes one to pause and reflect upon the blessings of the previous year. The official holiday is still more than a month away, but students at Saint Peter’s University celebrated Thanksgiving a little earlier this year during the Fourth Annual Scholarship Information Session […]
Four alumni served as guest lecturers 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 […]
As part of Saint Peter’s Ready, a program designed by the University and its Board of Regents to prepare students for an increasingly complex and ultra-competitive job market, a Career Fair Preparedness event was held on October 2 in The Duncan Family Sky Room. Under the leadership of Career Preparedness Initiative Committee Chair Warren Fristensky […]
Choose New Jersey, the state’s lead economic development agency for business attraction, has been working tirelessly to bring and keep businesses and jobs in New Jersey. The individual leading this charge is Tracye McDaniel. McDaniel, founding president and chief executive officer of Choose New Jersey, Inc., was the featured speaker at the launch of the […]
As part of The John Tagliabue ’67 H ’05 Lecture Series, Author and Lecturer Chris Lowney will discuss “Dusty Feet: What a Jesuit Pope Teaches the Rest of Us about Leadership” on Wednesday, October 30, at 6:30 p.m. at the Mac Mahon Student Center. A reception will follow. Lowney is a former Jesuit seminarian turned […]
Joan M. Quigley ’77, former New Jersey assemblywoman, provided the keynote address for the 2013 Saint Peter’s University Michaelmas Convocation. Students, faculty, staff, parents and friends gathered at the Yanitelli Recreational Life Center (RLC) on the University’s Jersey City campus on Wednesday, September 25, for the Convocation, which recognizes Saint Peter’s students who have excelled […]
Gratitude, appreciation and thanks. Those are the values that filled every individual’s heart in attendance at the President’s Reception, held on September 20 in The Duncan Family Sky Room at the Mac Mahon Student Center. The words of alumnus Bob Luchetti ’55 portrayed this sentiment best: “I wouldn’t have gotten the job I had without […]
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.
SPC students are “empowering a generation to power a nation” in order to spread the word about climate change.
Professors Joe McLaughlin and Tom Matteo traced the College’s historic timeline from 1872 with vintage photos in their co-authored book, Saint Peter’s College.
The show will broadcast live from the Jersey City campus as part of Spirit Week and Tierney’s College Basketball Campus Tour 2010.