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  • March 27, 2013

    Xcelsior Martial Arts to Offer Training Program at SJC

    Saint Joseph's College will host a Tae Kwon Do training program through Xcelsior Martial Arts. The program will be held weekly on Wednesday evenings beginning April 3 and ending May 8 in the Presidential Suite, which is located on the second floor of the Richard F. Scharf Alumni Fieldhouse. Age ranges for the program are three to six and seven to adult, and no experience is required. The three to six session will be held 6:30-7:00 pm CDT, and the seven to adult session will be held from 7:30-8:15 CDT. Through the program, students will learn confidence, discipline, self-defense, and fitness...

  • March 26, 2013

    SJC Spring Band Concert to Feature Student Conductors and Pop Culture Themes

    The Saint Joseph's College Band will present its annual Spring Band Concert on Sunday, April 7 at 2:00 pm CDT in the Halleck Student Center Ballroom. It is requested that those who attend bring a non-perishable food item for a food drive, although it is not required. This year's show will be a pops concert, featuring recognizable music from the last few decades. The Symphonic Band will feature four Advanced Conducting students who were responsible for selecting their own music and preparing it for the concert. The featured music will include a movie theme medley, pirate theme, 1970s and 80s...

  • March 19, 2013

    SJC Announces Recipients of Presidential Scholarship

    Saint Joseph's College has named Gabriel Perez, Lindsey Werking, and Jackelyn Pankau as the three recipients of the Presidential Scholarship. Gabriel Perez of Gary, Ind., is the son of Robert Perez and Kristan Casas. He attends Andrean High School, where he is a member of the Spanish Club and participant in the Spell Bowl and community service projects. Perez has declared Business Administration as his major. A native of Fortville, Ind., Lindsey Werking attends Mount Vernon High School. She is a member of 4-H, student government, a youth group, and Future Farmers of America. The daughter of...

  • March 13, 2013

    SJC Freezing Tuition and Offering Guaranteed Tuition Rate Plan

    For Immediate Release Date: March 13, 2013 Contact: Ben Kalinowski Assistant Director of Integrated Marketing Phone: 219.866.6344 SJC Freezing Tuition and Offering Guaranteed Tuition Rate Plan Saint Joseph's College is freezing its 2013-14 tuition and will offer a guaranteed tuition rate plan that will go into effect at the start of the 2013-14 academic year. By paying the same tuition rate throughout the entire degree program, students are potentially saving thousands of dollars, especially as college tuition increases each year. While SJC is committed to maintaining its affordable rates...

  • March 1, 2013

    Saint Joseph's College Hosts Science Olympiad Regional Tournament

    Saint Joseph's College sponsored its 23rd annual Science Olympiad Regional Tournament, a competition for high school and middle school students, on February 9. SJC's Professor of Chemistry Dr. Anne Gull and Professor of Chemistry and Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Robert Pfaff served as co-directors of the regional event where 10 high school teams from 8 schools, along with 11 middle school teams, participated. This year, approximately 350 students competed in a wide range of science and technology events on SJC's campus. Some, such as Anatomy, Forestry, and Astronomy,...

  • March 1, 2013

    SJC Announces Huhn Scholarship Recipient

    Saint Joseph's College has announced Sergej Stjepic of Fort Wayne, Ind. as the recipient of the Thomas J. Huhn Scholarship. Stjepic was a member of the football, wrestling, and track team at Northrop High School in Fort Wayne. The son of Tihomir and Aleksandra Stjepic, he plans to major in Biology at SJC. The Huhn Scholarship is a four-year, full-tuition, room and board scholarship. It is given to an incoming freshman who has exhibited exceptional leadership skills, maintained a 2.5 GPA in high school, played basketball or football in high school, and resides and attends high school in Allen...

  • February 14, 2013

    Artwork of SJC Professor Bonnie Zimmer to be Featured in Exhibit; Reception Planned for February 21

    Saint Joseph's College Associate Professor of Art and Assistant Professor of Education Bonnie Zimmer will have samples of her artwork on display at Indiana University Northwest in Gary, Ind. The exhibit, "Objects of Contemplation: Rural Hybrids," runs through March 8. A reception is planned for 3:00 to 5:00 pm CST, Thursday, Feb. 21 in the Gallery of Contemporary Art, located in the Savannah Center on IUN's campus. Zimmer has received several Indiana Art Commission Fellowships for her artwork, as well as several teaching awards, including the Outstanding Indiana Secondary Art Educator and...

  • February 7, 2013

    Bob Souza '69 Elected to SJC Council of Fellows

    Bob Souza '69 has been elected to the Saint Joseph's College Council of Fellows. Souza earned a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from SJC, as well as a Master's in Education and an Education Specialist degree in Reading Supervision from Indiana University Bloomington. After graduating from SJC, Souza went east to teach at an elementary school in Pawtucket, R.I. He then moved back to Rensselaer to teach at Van Rensselaer Elementary School, where he taught for 40 years. For 20 years, he served as a reading specialist for both Van Rensselaer and Monnett elementary schools. Souza has...

  • February 6, 2013

    Saint Joseph's College and Rensselaer Central High School Find Success with a Dual Credit Course

    Rensselaer, Ind. - In order to graduate from high school with an Academic Honors Diploma in Indiana, high school students are required to complete six hours of "dual credit courses from an accredited postsecondary institution." This requirement was initiated by the Indiana Department of Education in 2006 and has caused many high schools to implement more dual credit courses into their curricula. Rensselaer Central High School is not an exception. Through collaboration with Saint Joseph's College, RCHS students have been able to take Pol 101: American Politics since fall 2010. This...

  • February 1, 2013

    SJC Approves Development of Master's Level Programs in Forensic Science

    Saint Joseph's College has approved the development of three new programs in Forensic Science. Two options for Master of Science degrees and a professional development program have been added to the curriculum, giving students the opportunity to further their education in this growing field. SJC's Master of Science in Forensic Science offers students coursework in several forensic disciplines, including blood spatter, fingerprints, firearms and toolmark identification, and toxicology. This degree is a non-thesis option that can be tailored to a student's particular field of interest. The...

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