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USJ Religious Studies Professor Presents Research on Federation of Asian Bishop Conference’s New Approach to Hospitality and Spirituality at Conference
Reading Time: 1minute In July 2019, Religious Studies Professor Reverend Joseph Cheah, OSM, Ph.D., was one of only two U.S. scholars invited to speak at the Institute for Advanced Study in Asian Cultures and Theologies (IASACT) Conference. Fr. Joe presented his research on the Asian Pneumatology of the Federation of the Asian Bishops’ Conferences (FABC), and in particular,
USJ Social Work Professor Presents Transgender Research at Conference
Reading Time: 2minutes In June 2019, Assistant Professor of Social Work Gina Rosich, Ph.D., attended and presented at the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI) 2019 Conference. Dr. Rosich shared the qualitative results of her mixed methods study on the issue of employment discrimination against members of the transgender community. Within the study, participants were
USJ Course Spotlight: Psychology Goes to Hollywood
Reading Time: 2minutes Learning never stops at the University of Saint Joseph (USJ)! With a wide selection of courses divided between two sessions, USJ offers students the opportunity to earn college credit during the summer months. Among the courses offered is Psychology Goes to Hollywood, a class that is running from Monday, July 8, through Thursday, Aug. 1,
MSW Professor and Students Present at NASW Conference
Reading Time: 2minutes At the University of Saint Joseph (USJ), professors in the Master of Social Work (MSW) program prepare students to serve a variety of individuals in the community, including veterans. To meet the unique needs of the veteran population, USJ professors, like Mariann Mankowski, MSW, Ph.D., offer courses that teach students to effectively help individuals who
Compassionate Service Through Collaboration: USJ and the Bushnell Performing Arts Center
Reading Time: 2minutes For the University of Saint Joseph (USJ), its core values remain at the forefront of everything it does. Compassionate service – one of the seven values – is practiced in both programs and courses, as evidenced by the most recent capstone course for students in the undergraduate Special Education program. Led by Jennifer Kowitt, Ph.D.,
Nell Named Head Women’s Lacrosse/Field Hockey Coach
Reading Time: 2minutes The University of Saint Joseph (USJ) has announced the hiring of Karen Nell as its next head coach of the women’s lacrosse program and first-ever head coach of the inaugural field hockey program, which is set to begin competing in the fall of 2020. The announcement was made this afternoon by Amanda Devitt, USJ’s Director