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A recent study conducted by Saint Joseph’s University researcher and professor of sociology and criminal justice, Chunrye Kim, Ph.D., revealed that hairstylists in immigrant communities in Queens, New York are aware of domestic violence and other forms of abuse among their clients.
Sustained by prestigious grants and a dozen-plus curious students in his lab, Matthew Nelson, Ph.D., uses roundworms to explore the behavioral genetics of sleep.
University’s nationally-recognized Institute of Clinical Bioethics collaborates with local institutions on newly published paper proposing a model for safe injection sites designed to prevent the deaths of thousands of Philadelphians vulnerable to an opioid overdose.
A community-based, pilot study shows a high-tech app is as effective as low-tech picture card intervention at improving social and communication skills in children with autism.
Saint Joseph’s University is one of the first higher education institutions to offer an Autism Break Room in an NCAA Division I athletic arena
Saint Joseph’s University announced the appointment of Angus Murray, a seasoned nonprofit leader with deep experience in supporting children and young adults with autism and disabilities, as executive director of the Kinney Center for Autism Education and Support, effective November 5.
As parents of any 8-year-old will tell you, fairness matters to kids. However, new research from investigators at Saint Joseph’s University, shows that perceived fairness is impacted by gender norms. The results were published online in Social Development, a Wiley Journal.
Saint Joseph’s University today announced the formation of its School of Health Studies and Education. The new school brings together — and builds upon — dozens of established undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and certificate programs in two rapidly changing and growing industries. The School of Health Studies and Education will officially open in Fall of 2019, but all degree programs are active and accepting applications.
Saint Joseph’s University, in partnership with the American Osteopathic Association (AOA), has announced a healthcare-focused Executive MBA program designed exclusively for AOA’s physician members.
Jameer Nelson, the all-time leading scorer in Saint Joseph's men's basketball history and NBA All-Star, is among the graduates participating in SJU's 167th commencement exercises.
Michael Solomon, Ph.D., professor of marketing at Saint Joseph’s University and author of "Marketers, Tear Down These Walls!: Liberating the Postmodern Consumer," suggests that traditional lines drawn between market segments — young vs. old, online vs. in-store — are far from effective in today's business world.
Saint Joseph's University President Mark C. Reed, Ed.D., announced today the appointment of Rabbi Abraham Skorka, Ph.D., as University Professor beginning in the fall of 2018. He will work closely with the directors of the University’s Institute for Jewish-Catholic Relations to develop and expand its educational and research programs with the goal of promoting deeper understanding between Catholics and Jews.
Saint Joseph's University is pleased to announce that it has signed an articulation agreement with Villanova University's M. Louise Fitzpatrick College of Nursing that will provide priority admissions consideration for SJU students in Villanova's BSN Express Program. The 14-month second degree program incorporates all of the standard components of Villanova's nursing program in a concentrated timeframe.
New insurance industry demographic research from Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia reveals significant improvement in gender inclusion in senior leadership positions. The study builds on four years of work by Mike Angelina, executive director of the Maguire Academy of Insurance and Risk Management