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Dalton Schengrund 25, Devina Mondal 25, and Alec Mallari standing in front of a poster, which says Narrative Medicine and SJUs Day of Dialogue: An Educational Initiative.

Students Showcase Research

Alex Andahazy April 17, 2024

The Center for Undergraduate Research (CUR) showcased the research of 278 students and faculty at its 2024 Undergraduate Research Festival April 8-11 on the Hawk Hill and UCity campuses. Student research...

Connor Mignano ’23 presents “Myth and Memory: The Lost Cause of Pennsylvania” to Saint Joseph’s history
department in Barbelin Hall, April 12. PHOTO: MADELINE WILLIAMS 26/ THE HAWK

History students present theses research at panel discussion

Savannah Warner April 19, 2023

The history department hosted a student research presentation, “Ideology, Identity, and Memory in American History: A Panel Discussion” April 12 in Bellarmine Hall. Organized by Melissa Chakars,...


Caffeine during pregnancy: Fetal brain alterations found 

Joseph DuPree January 25, 2023

It is commonly known that there are many do-nots during pregnancy such as drinking alcohol, smoking and consuming raw seafood. But what about caffeine? About 85% of Americans consume at least one caffeinated...

Sal De Rienzo ’22 is currently working to get his awarded article published in an peer reviewed journal.   PHOTO: MITCHELL SHIELDS 22/THE HAWK

St. Joe’s student wins international award for research

Anna Owens March 2, 2022

Sal De Rienzo ’22, known on campus for his leadership role as vice president of University Student Senate (USS), is now also the winner of an international undergraduate prize in economics. De Rienzo,...

A student studies in the Francis A. Drexel Library. PHOTO: MITCHELL SHIELDS 22/THE HAWK

Students and faculty adjust to remote Summer Scholars Program

Christine Disanti June 1, 2020

Student participants and faculty mentors participating in the 2020 Summer Scholars Program are completing their research virtually as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The Summer Scholars Program...

The recording space is set up with show notes and microphones (Photo by Jeffrey Martin ’04, ’05, M.A.).

Good to know our Hawks

Amber Denham March 27, 2018

University-based podcast series focuses on faculty research. Over the past semester, the Office of Marketing and Communications at St. Joe’s began a community-based podcast series titled “Good to Know.” This...

The library research desk in the Francis A. Drexel Library (Photo courtesy of SJU Student Senate).

“Research Season” is here

Erin Castellano December 5, 2017

The importance of resources provided by the library It’s research paper season at St. Joe’s, and that means go-time for the team of nine reference librarians at Drexel Library. “There are certain...

Scientific progress through animal testing

Scientific progress through animal testing

Alex Gill April 11, 2017

The humane sacrifices are necessary for breakthroughs Every time I start to tell someone about the work I do in my lab for the first time, I inevitably get into a discussion much like this. “So you...

(Photo courtesy of Melissa Kelly Photography)

Learning outside of the box

Sam Henry December 6, 2016

Summer Scholars opens applications to allow students and faculty to collaborate The Summer Scholars Program at Saint Joseph’s University allows undergraduate students of both the College of Arts and...

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