University Of Saint Joseph To Present 2017 Munger Lecture

“WHY LOVE MATTERS FOR DEMOCRACY AND JUSTICE: THOUGHTS ON JOHN RAWLS AND JAMES BALDWIN”

The University of Saint Joseph will present the 2017 Munger Lecture, featuring Christopher Lebron, Ph.D., assistant professor of African American Studies and Philosophy at Yale University.

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Invitation to USJ Liturgies

Celebrate as a community at weekly Masses at The Connor Chapel of Our Lady.

Please join us Wednesdays at 12:05 p.m. and Sundays at 6:00 p.m. (Light meal is provided) at The Connor Chapel of Our Lady.

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Survey for Staff and Faculty of USJ Gym Usage

Current USJ student is conducting research on employee gym usage.

USJ student Haley Lemieux is currently enrolled in the dietetic internship class and is conducting research on employee gym usage at USJ as well as barriers and factors that influence choice of exercise.

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​Graduate Tuition Waivers for Employees or for Spouses/Dependents are Taxable

Want to avoid high withholding amounts near year-end? Learn more about graduate tuition waivers.

If you receive a total more than $5,250 in Graduate Employee Tuition Waivers for terms that occur in the calendar year of 2017, USJ is required to record taxable income in your payroll record and to withhold taxes accordingly.

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“Our Strength is Our People:” The Humanist Photographs of Lewis Hine

Explore our collection of more than 2,000 works of art.

The Art Museum at University of Saint Joseph will present the exhibition “Our Strength is Our People”: The Humanist Photographs of Lewis Hine from Jan. 13 -March 19, 2017.

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​Live Well, Work Well: Monthly Newsletter from Human Resources

Health and wellness tips for your work and life— presented by 360 Corporate Benefit Advisors

Please enjoy the January 2017 newsletter from USJ Human Resources by clicking here.

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2017 Distinguished Alumni Awards Nominations

RECOGNIZE AN OUTSTANDING CLASSMATE WHO EXEMPLIFIES THE USJ SPIRIT.

2017 Distinguished Alumni Awards Nominations are now open. If you know of an alum who has brought credit to themselves and the University because of their superior and extraordinary achievements, please nominate them today!

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Made in America Performance Series Debuts in Connecticut

THE AUTORINO CENTER FOR THE ARTS AND HUMANITIES PRESENTS “THE AMERICAN ROOTS FESTIVAL”

It will be another sensational season of music, dance, and theater at the USJ’s Autorino Center for the Arts and Humanities. The American Roots Festival will entertain audiences of all ages with a series of uniquely American performances and workshops.

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Women with a Vision Ministries, Clothing Drive

Let's Keep Our Neighbors Warm

There will be coats, jackets, hats, gloves, and many more items for men, women, and children.

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