The next Science on the Hill event will be help Thursday January 18th 6:00-8:00PM at Landmark Americana! Dr. Daniel Himmelstein will be sharing his story about breaking down the "toll access" publication model, which prevents the public from accessing academic articles. Using computer and data science, Dr. Himmelstein will show you how websites like Sci-Hub are already making primary science articles easier to access than ever before! Join us in January for some delicious food, inspiring science, and post-holiday merriment!

Keep an eye out for the Eventbrite link going live after the holidays!


“Stories have a way of illuminating the truth in a way that facts and statistics alone cannot” - John Noltner

On January 22 & 23, Photographer John Noltner, creator of American Stories:A Peace of My Mind will be bringing his exhibit to Saint Joseph's University. John has traveled the country asking questions that help us challenge our beliefs, discover our commonalities, and engage in conversations about peace, justice, and humanity.

This exhibit will help us continue to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King's visit to SJU in 1967. You are not only invited to tour the exhibit that will run from midday Monday, Jan 22, through Tuesday, Jan. 23, you are also invited to participate in this project by sitting for a photo and answering the question: Recognizing that “our destinies are tied together,” what is the unique opportunity or challenge of talking about race at this moment in history?

Photos and interviews from the SJU and local community will be gathered between 1pm - 8pm on Monday, January 22. Our words and images will be incorporated into John's talk on Tuesday evening.

If you are interested in participating, please complete the interest form here. If you have any questions, please reply, or contact 


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Natalie Walker Brown
Saint Joseph's University
Director, Student Inclusion and Diversity
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