Please join us along with SJU President C. Kevin Gillespie and SJU student/artist Holly Colaguori, ’12, on Monday October 22nd, 2012 when we unveil a painting celebrating the 60th anniversary of Air Force ROTC here at Saint Joseph’s University.
The painting will be unveiled and placed in the first floor of Drexel Library.
Monday, October 22 9:00am
Francis A. Drexel Library, 1st floor
Celebration of Faculty Scholarship
October 10, 2012 3:00pm
Wachterhauser Seminar Room, 2nd Floor Post Learning Commons
As a part of Inauguration Week, the Post Learning Commons and Drexel Library will celebrate the recent scholarship of Saint Joseph’s faculty. There will be two brief presentations from two faculty members, James Caccamo (Religious Studies, Theology) and Ron Dufresne (Management).
Marjorie Rathbone, Associate Director for Resources Management, and Kristine Mudrick, Serials/Electronic Resources Librarian, will present a brief introduction to the new faculty scholarship database.
A Question of Habit: A Tool for Educators
Wachterhauser Seminar Room,
2nd Floor Post Learning Commons
A second viewing of the film “A Question of Habit” will be offered at the Post Learning Commons for faculty, staff and administration.
Writer-Producer-Director Dr. Bren Ortega Murphy will be on hand to discuss how this film can be used effectively to teach U.S. cultural studies, gender and the intersection of religion and culture.
A Question of Habit explores popular culture’s fascination with all things “nun” and dives into the real stories behind the women religious in the United States from the battle field medics of the Civil War to the creators of the first HMO in the Country to the political activists fighting against capital ?> punishment.?
The film is narrated by Academy Award winner Susan Sarandon.
SJU A Cappella Groups Perform
September 27, 2012
Plaza at the Post AcademicCenter
Saint Joseph’s male and female a cappella groups will provide an early evening performance on the plaza in front of the Post Academic Center.
54th and City
On Thursday, March 29, 2012 the SJU Community met to honor the Leadership and Generosity of the Jesuit Community at Saint Joseph’s University and to view the new Gerard Manley Hopkins, S.J. Special Collections exhibit located on the third floor of the John and Maryanne Hennings Post Learning Commons.
Named after Hopkins, the esteemed nineteenth century Jesuit Victorian poet, the special collections feature, among other items, a diverse and growing collection of Jesuitica and Jesuitana, which includes more than 400 volumes, some quite rare, published between the 16th and 20th centuries.
SJU joins thousands of schools and libraries across the country for the
African American READ-IN
Come to Drexel Library and read a selection from your favorite African American author, poet, playwright, musician, essayist or historian.
Wednesday, February 8th
4:00 – 5:00 PM
(refreshments will be served)
The Writing Center’s satellite location at the Drexel Library is back! Hours will begin begin on Tuesday, January 17th, on the first floor of the Drexel Library. Students can stop by and make an appointment with a Writing Fellow, Monday – Thursday, 4 p.m. – 6 p.m.
For more information about the Writing Center, please visit their homepage, or call their main location in 162 Merion Hall, (610) 660-1341.
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Renovations to our accessible entrance for those with physical disabilities are complete and access has been restored.