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Saint Peter’s College Honors Distinguished Alumni at Awards Ceremony – April 3, 2008

Jersey City, NJ – This year, on Thursday, April 3, Saint Peter’s College honors three individuals and a family of four at the Distinguished Alumni Awards held at the Pleasantdale Chateau in West Orange, New Jersey. Created in 1992 to recognize the outstanding contributions made by the College’s graduates in their profession, community or to […]

Saint Peter’s College Summer Scholars Program Now Accepting Applications

Jersey City – High school sophomores and juniors may apply now to the Saint Peter’s College Summer Scholars Program and earn three college credits upon completion of the course of study. The program gives students an opportunity to learn from Saint Peter’s professors and to experience academic life at the collegiate level. Applications, which are […]

Gannon Debating Society of Saint Peter’s College Argues Election Campaign Issues

Jersey City – On Wednesday, April 2, 2008, the Gannon Debating Society of St. Peter’s College will hold the first of a series of debates focusing on political issues. Hosted by the President of Saint Peter’s College, Dr. Eugene Cornacchia, the Presidential Gannon Debates will be held in the McIntyre Lounge in Dinneen Hall, beginning at noon and lasting […]

A Genetic Perspective on Autism – Noted Speakers at SPC

Wednesday, March 5, 2008Open to the Public Jersey City –The Biology Department of Saint Peter’s College will present a symposium on autism, featuring two guest speakers who are specialists in this field. On Wednesday, March 5, Clarence E. Schutt, Ph.D., from Princeton University, and Raymond S. Roginski, M.D., Ph.D., from the University of Pennsylvania Medical […]

Saint Peter’s College Mourns Loss of Professor Timothy Diffley

The community of Saint Peter’s College mourns the loss of Professor Timothy Diffley, M.A., an adjunct professor in the Mathematics Department and the Department of Education, who passed away recently. Diffley was a respected educator who taught math and also supervised  the student/teacher program at the College. His colleagues and students will remember Professor Diffley and […]

Fr. Dean Brackley speaks on Immigrants: Illegals, or God’s Ambassadors?

Jersey City – Well known theologian and educator Dean Brackley, S.J. spoke at a lecture sponsored by The Office of Mission & Ministry.  The lecture titled “Immigrants,Illegals of God’s Ambassadors?” focused on the   Dean Brackley was born in upstate New York in 1946.  He entered the Jesuit order in 1964 and was ordained a […]

Saint Peter’s Mourns the Loss of Chris Taylor

A Message from Eugene J. Cornacchia, President: It is with extreme sadness that I report a loss in the Saint Peter’s College family with the passing of Chris Taylor, our assistant athletic director and former head football coach. Chris was a respected coach and dedicated member of our athletic department. Please remember Chris and his […]