Students from Ur-412-JF1 – Ethnicity and Race in Urban History, attended a lecture at the Jersey City Apple Tree House on the Lenape Indians, Jersey City’s original inhabitants.
Thirteen students from sociology, urban studies and public policy were inducted into Alpha Kappa Delta on May 4.
David S. Surrey, Ph.D., professor of sociology and urban studies, and director of faculty development and Africana studies hosted over 50 people from Saint Peter’s University and CUNY LGBTQ groups. Faculty and administrators from universities and community members also attended the semi-annual retreat at Dr. Surrey’s house.
Yesterday, students, faculty and staff gathered in Pope Lecture Hall to listen to a discussion about the role of the church in the Civil Rights Movement given by Rev. Marion Franklin, Ph.D., as part of a series of events scheduled to celebrate Black History Month.
Students, faculty and staff gathered by the flag pole near the bridge to commemorate Black History Month. The ceremony included poetry, speeches and songs by students and staff.
Throughout the month of February, The Theresa and Edward O’Toole Library is highlighting a collection of books donated by Rev. Peter O’Brien, S.J., who taught in the English department. The major focus is on African American literature and music.For additional information please contact Ilona MacNamara.
Saint Peter’s University students, faculty, staff and alumni participated in the historic Women’s March on January 21, both in Washington, D.C. and in New York City. Pictured are those who participated in the New York City March. They held a sign that read, “Save DACA,” (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals).
Pictured here are new inductees to Alpha Kappa Delta, the international sociological honor society with members of the faculty. The newest members include Kashleen Abreu ’17, Anyelina Alvarado ’17, Euginia Barrows ’17, Nancy Borja-Valencia ’17, Amanda Burks ’17, Darlene Cabrera Santos ’17, Gabriela Gutierriez ’17, Ashley Moreira ’17, Jessica Nieves ’17, Franchesca Ortiz ’16, Michelle Perez […]
Saint Peter’s students and faculty recently participated in the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Eastern Sociological Society. The first panel included: Naeem Queen, Shennell “Coca” Garner, Diego Rueda and Tia Flowers with faculty advisor David Surrey. This group presented, “Beyond Dick and Jane: Recognizing the Many Others in the Curriculum and on Campus.” Students Yeimy […]
Eleven Saint Peter’s University students, who worked with five members of the Saint Peter’s faculty, presented papers at the Society of Applied Anthropology Meetings in Pittsburgh in March. The students are members of the Latin American/Latino studies program, the sociology and urban studies program, the English department and/or the Title V program. The papers included: […]