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October 1 - 31, 2019

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Tuesday, October 01, 2019

All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
All Day
Nature and Landscape (Multi-Day Event)
The Fine Arts Gallery is pleased to present Nature and Landscape featuring the work of two New Jersey artists, Francesca Azzara and Eileen Ferara. Each artist has her own unique vision of the landscape, from observed nature to the interior landscape of the mind. Landscape painting has a long standing place in the history of art and can be traced back to the first cities of Çatal Hüyük to the contemporary galleries in Chelsea. We invite you to leave the mundane world and fill your eyes and imagination with the encaustic paintings and installation of invasive species that hang on the gallery walls. Francesca Azzara states: “The landscape, or some manifestation of the landscape, has continually re-emerged in my work over the past 20 years. While landscape painting is steeped in history and place, my imagined landscapes, represent an interior universe of the conscience. These works are a manifestation of my inner self and metaphorically the visual settings reflect my thoughts, fears and dreams. Often, my work informs me of deeper issues that I have unconsciously avoided. It is a visit to a distant memory…one that cannot be fully recalled but can be comprehended. The visual environments I create are of a topography that is familiar but one that I have never visited. It is that fleeting moment, the ambiguity in the psyche, which I strive to make real.” In the words of Eileen Ferara, “As my subject matter expands, I research and include other plant species that I encounter in the urban wilds of the greater NYC area. Japanese Honeysuckle, Empress Trees, and Trees of Heaven are all considered nuisance non-native species that have taken root in the area. While each plant has its own unique story, they also have some commonalities; successful reproduction strategies, the ability to thrive in areas where other species are challenged, the tendency to outcompete indigenous species, and all were introduced to North America by humans. My work is inspired by the beautiful design of these objects, and the imaginary environments I create are a reflection on the fragility of balance in the environment and our relationship to the places in which we live.
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
East Campus RA Staff Meeting
Weekly Staff Meeting

Wednesday, October 02, 2019

All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
All Day
Nature and Landscape (Multi-Day Event)
The Fine Arts Gallery is pleased to present Nature and Landscape featuring the work of two New Jersey artists, Francesca Azzara and Eileen Ferara. Each artist has her own unique vision of the landscape, from observed nature to the interior landscape of the mind. Landscape painting has a long standing place in the history of art and can be traced back to the first cities of Çatal Hüyük to the contemporary galleries in Chelsea. We invite you to leave the mundane world and fill your eyes and imagination with the encaustic paintings and installation of invasive species that hang on the gallery walls. Francesca Azzara states: “The landscape, or some manifestation of the landscape, has continually re-emerged in my work over the past 20 years. While landscape painting is steeped in history and place, my imagined landscapes, represent an interior universe of the conscience. These works are a manifestation of my inner self and metaphorically the visual settings reflect my thoughts, fears and dreams. Often, my work informs me of deeper issues that I have unconsciously avoided. It is a visit to a distant memory…one that cannot be fully recalled but can be comprehended. The visual environments I create are of a topography that is familiar but one that I have never visited. It is that fleeting moment, the ambiguity in the psyche, which I strive to make real.” In the words of Eileen Ferara, “As my subject matter expands, I research and include other plant species that I encounter in the urban wilds of the greater NYC area. Japanese Honeysuckle, Empress Trees, and Trees of Heaven are all considered nuisance non-native species that have taken root in the area. While each plant has its own unique story, they also have some commonalities; successful reproduction strategies, the ability to thrive in areas where other species are challenged, the tendency to outcompete indigenous species, and all were introduced to North America by humans. My work is inspired by the beautiful design of these objects, and the imaginary environments I create are a reflection on the fragility of balance in the environment and our relationship to the places in which we live.
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Criminal Justice Event
Criminal Justice Event
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
President's Luncheon with Honors Students
First-year Honors students are invited to a luncheon with Dr. Cornacchia, Dr. Bonato, and the deans of the colleges of the university.
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Dr Conlons class
Rehearse play Great Books Class EL 401
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Alumni Board Meeting
Meeting of the Alumni Board
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Juno Theatre Company Improv Rehearsal
Improv Rehearsal for the evening cabaret.

Thursday, October 03, 2019

All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
All Day
Nature and Landscape (Multi-Day Event)
The Fine Arts Gallery is pleased to present Nature and Landscape featuring the work of two New Jersey artists, Francesca Azzara and Eileen Ferara. Each artist has her own unique vision of the landscape, from observed nature to the interior landscape of the mind. Landscape painting has a long standing place in the history of art and can be traced back to the first cities of Çatal Hüyük to the contemporary galleries in Chelsea. We invite you to leave the mundane world and fill your eyes and imagination with the encaustic paintings and installation of invasive species that hang on the gallery walls. Francesca Azzara states: “The landscape, or some manifestation of the landscape, has continually re-emerged in my work over the past 20 years. While landscape painting is steeped in history and place, my imagined landscapes, represent an interior universe of the conscience. These works are a manifestation of my inner self and metaphorically the visual settings reflect my thoughts, fears and dreams. Often, my work informs me of deeper issues that I have unconsciously avoided. It is a visit to a distant memory…one that cannot be fully recalled but can be comprehended. The visual environments I create are of a topography that is familiar but one that I have never visited. It is that fleeting moment, the ambiguity in the psyche, which I strive to make real.” In the words of Eileen Ferara, “As my subject matter expands, I research and include other plant species that I encounter in the urban wilds of the greater NYC area. Japanese Honeysuckle, Empress Trees, and Trees of Heaven are all considered nuisance non-native species that have taken root in the area. While each plant has its own unique story, they also have some commonalities; successful reproduction strategies, the ability to thrive in areas where other species are challenged, the tendency to outcompete indigenous species, and all were introduced to North America by humans. My work is inspired by the beautiful design of these objects, and the imaginary environments I create are a reflection on the fragility of balance in the environment and our relationship to the places in which we live.
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Criminal Justice Event
Criminal Justice Event
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Bachelor Degree Completion Instant Decision Event
Instant Decision for the School of Professional and Continuing Studies Fall 2 Term


RSVP HERE
11:00 AM - 1:30 PM
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
dR cONLON GREAT BOOKS
GREAT BOOKS PERFORMANCE
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
NSLS Orientation
Mandatory orientation for NSLS Members
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD) Happy Hour
Porta Jersey City
135 Newark Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07302

Enjoy beer, wine and hors d'oeuvres!
$15 per person to attend (GOLD alumni and GOLD guests).

To register, visit alumni.saintpeters.edu/GOLDHappyHour2019. For more information, please contact the Office of Alumni Engagement at (201) 761-6122 or alumni@saintpeters.edu.

Friday, October 04, 2019

All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
All Day
Nature and Landscape (Multi-Day Event)
The Fine Arts Gallery is pleased to present Nature and Landscape featuring the work of two New Jersey artists, Francesca Azzara and Eileen Ferara. Each artist has her own unique vision of the landscape, from observed nature to the interior landscape of the mind. Landscape painting has a long standing place in the history of art and can be traced back to the first cities of Çatal Hüyük to the contemporary galleries in Chelsea. We invite you to leave the mundane world and fill your eyes and imagination with the encaustic paintings and installation of invasive species that hang on the gallery walls. Francesca Azzara states: “The landscape, or some manifestation of the landscape, has continually re-emerged in my work over the past 20 years. While landscape painting is steeped in history and place, my imagined landscapes, represent an interior universe of the conscience. These works are a manifestation of my inner self and metaphorically the visual settings reflect my thoughts, fears and dreams. Often, my work informs me of deeper issues that I have unconsciously avoided. It is a visit to a distant memory…one that cannot be fully recalled but can be comprehended. The visual environments I create are of a topography that is familiar but one that I have never visited. It is that fleeting moment, the ambiguity in the psyche, which I strive to make real.” In the words of Eileen Ferara, “As my subject matter expands, I research and include other plant species that I encounter in the urban wilds of the greater NYC area. Japanese Honeysuckle, Empress Trees, and Trees of Heaven are all considered nuisance non-native species that have taken root in the area. While each plant has its own unique story, they also have some commonalities; successful reproduction strategies, the ability to thrive in areas where other species are challenged, the tendency to outcompete indigenous species, and all were introduced to North America by humans. My work is inspired by the beautiful design of these objects, and the imaginary environments I create are a reflection on the fragility of balance in the environment and our relationship to the places in which we live.
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Faculty-Student Solidarity Community Meeting
A meeting will be conducted with faculty and student members that are devoted to the work of equality and justice on campus.

Saturday, October 05, 2019

All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
All Day
Nature and Landscape (Multi-Day Event)
The Fine Arts Gallery is pleased to present Nature and Landscape featuring the work of two New Jersey artists, Francesca Azzara and Eileen Ferara. Each artist has her own unique vision of the landscape, from observed nature to the interior landscape of the mind. Landscape painting has a long standing place in the history of art and can be traced back to the first cities of Çatal Hüyük to the contemporary galleries in Chelsea. We invite you to leave the mundane world and fill your eyes and imagination with the encaustic paintings and installation of invasive species that hang on the gallery walls. Francesca Azzara states: “The landscape, or some manifestation of the landscape, has continually re-emerged in my work over the past 20 years. While landscape painting is steeped in history and place, my imagined landscapes, represent an interior universe of the conscience. These works are a manifestation of my inner self and metaphorically the visual settings reflect my thoughts, fears and dreams. Often, my work informs me of deeper issues that I have unconsciously avoided. It is a visit to a distant memory…one that cannot be fully recalled but can be comprehended. The visual environments I create are of a topography that is familiar but one that I have never visited. It is that fleeting moment, the ambiguity in the psyche, which I strive to make real.” In the words of Eileen Ferara, “As my subject matter expands, I research and include other plant species that I encounter in the urban wilds of the greater NYC area. Japanese Honeysuckle, Empress Trees, and Trees of Heaven are all considered nuisance non-native species that have taken root in the area. While each plant has its own unique story, they also have some commonalities; successful reproduction strategies, the ability to thrive in areas where other species are challenged, the tendency to outcompete indigenous species, and all were introduced to North America by humans. My work is inspired by the beautiful design of these objects, and the imaginary environments I create are a reflection on the fragility of balance in the environment and our relationship to the places in which we live.
10:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Juno Theatre Company Improv Rehearsal
Improv Rehearsal for the evening cabaret.
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Professor Ayala Event
Event for Professor Ayala.

Sunday, October 06, 2019

All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
All Day
Nature and Landscape (Multi-Day Event)
The Fine Arts Gallery is pleased to present Nature and Landscape featuring the work of two New Jersey artists, Francesca Azzara and Eileen Ferara. Each artist has her own unique vision of the landscape, from observed nature to the interior landscape of the mind. Landscape painting has a long standing place in the history of art and can be traced back to the first cities of Çatal Hüyük to the contemporary galleries in Chelsea. We invite you to leave the mundane world and fill your eyes and imagination with the encaustic paintings and installation of invasive species that hang on the gallery walls. Francesca Azzara states: “The landscape, or some manifestation of the landscape, has continually re-emerged in my work over the past 20 years. While landscape painting is steeped in history and place, my imagined landscapes, represent an interior universe of the conscience. These works are a manifestation of my inner self and metaphorically the visual settings reflect my thoughts, fears and dreams. Often, my work informs me of deeper issues that I have unconsciously avoided. It is a visit to a distant memory…one that cannot be fully recalled but can be comprehended. The visual environments I create are of a topography that is familiar but one that I have never visited. It is that fleeting moment, the ambiguity in the psyche, which I strive to make real.” In the words of Eileen Ferara, “As my subject matter expands, I research and include other plant species that I encounter in the urban wilds of the greater NYC area. Japanese Honeysuckle, Empress Trees, and Trees of Heaven are all considered nuisance non-native species that have taken root in the area. While each plant has its own unique story, they also have some commonalities; successful reproduction strategies, the ability to thrive in areas where other species are challenged, the tendency to outcompete indigenous species, and all were introduced to North America by humans. My work is inspired by the beautiful design of these objects, and the imaginary environments I create are a reflection on the fragility of balance in the environment and our relationship to the places in which we live.

Monday, October 07, 2019

Start Day
Ninth Annual Exhibit of Faculty Publications (Multi-Day Event)
The Theresa and Edward O'Toole Library is featuring an exhibit highlighting faculty scholarship published between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.
All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
All Day
Nature and Landscape (Multi-Day Event)
The Fine Arts Gallery is pleased to present Nature and Landscape featuring the work of two New Jersey artists, Francesca Azzara and Eileen Ferara. Each artist has her own unique vision of the landscape, from observed nature to the interior landscape of the mind. Landscape painting has a long standing place in the history of art and can be traced back to the first cities of Çatal Hüyük to the contemporary galleries in Chelsea. We invite you to leave the mundane world and fill your eyes and imagination with the encaustic paintings and installation of invasive species that hang on the gallery walls. Francesca Azzara states: “The landscape, or some manifestation of the landscape, has continually re-emerged in my work over the past 20 years. While landscape painting is steeped in history and place, my imagined landscapes, represent an interior universe of the conscience. These works are a manifestation of my inner self and metaphorically the visual settings reflect my thoughts, fears and dreams. Often, my work informs me of deeper issues that I have unconsciously avoided. It is a visit to a distant memory…one that cannot be fully recalled but can be comprehended. The visual environments I create are of a topography that is familiar but one that I have never visited. It is that fleeting moment, the ambiguity in the psyche, which I strive to make real.” In the words of Eileen Ferara, “As my subject matter expands, I research and include other plant species that I encounter in the urban wilds of the greater NYC area. Japanese Honeysuckle, Empress Trees, and Trees of Heaven are all considered nuisance non-native species that have taken root in the area. While each plant has its own unique story, they also have some commonalities; successful reproduction strategies, the ability to thrive in areas where other species are challenged, the tendency to outcompete indigenous species, and all were introduced to North America by humans. My work is inspired by the beautiful design of these objects, and the imaginary environments I create are a reflection on the fragility of balance in the environment and our relationship to the places in which we live.
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Bachelor Degree Completion Instant Decision Event
Instant Decision for the School of Professional and Continuing Studies Fall 2 Term


RSVP HERE
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Opening of the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Please join us for a day of programming to celebrate the opening of The Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Saint Peter's University. At 11am Holocaust survivor Felix Pflaster will speak about his experiences growing up as a Jewish boy in Nazi-occuppied France. At 1pm there will be a panel discussion on "Jewish Resistanace during the Holocaust" moderated by Dr. David Gerlach, Director of the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies. Panelists are Larry Glaser, Executive Director of the New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education; Dr. Paul Hanebrink, Professor of History at Rutgers University; and Professor Jane Denny, Adjunct Professor of History at Stockton University and former Director of Education at Brookdale’s Center for Holocaust, Human Rights & Genocide Education.
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
AD Search
Athletic director search interviews
12:00 PM
Pre-Law Advisory Track Tabling Event (Multi-Day Event)
We will be reaching out to students to see if they have interest in a pre-law track and getting their emails for future events that we will host on campus. This tabling event will happen on the first floor of the student center.
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Faculty Senate Committee Meeting
Meeting of the Faculty Senate Committee
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
NSLS Orientation
Mandatory training for NSLS Members

Tuesday, October 08, 2019

All Day
Ninth Annual Exhibit of Faculty Publications (Multi-Day Event)
The Theresa and Edward O'Toole Library is featuring an exhibit highlighting faculty scholarship published between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.
All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
All Day
Nature and Landscape (Multi-Day Event)
The Fine Arts Gallery is pleased to present Nature and Landscape featuring the work of two New Jersey artists, Francesca Azzara and Eileen Ferara. Each artist has her own unique vision of the landscape, from observed nature to the interior landscape of the mind. Landscape painting has a long standing place in the history of art and can be traced back to the first cities of Çatal Hüyük to the contemporary galleries in Chelsea. We invite you to leave the mundane world and fill your eyes and imagination with the encaustic paintings and installation of invasive species that hang on the gallery walls. Francesca Azzara states: “The landscape, or some manifestation of the landscape, has continually re-emerged in my work over the past 20 years. While landscape painting is steeped in history and place, my imagined landscapes, represent an interior universe of the conscience. These works are a manifestation of my inner self and metaphorically the visual settings reflect my thoughts, fears and dreams. Often, my work informs me of deeper issues that I have unconsciously avoided. It is a visit to a distant memory…one that cannot be fully recalled but can be comprehended. The visual environments I create are of a topography that is familiar but one that I have never visited. It is that fleeting moment, the ambiguity in the psyche, which I strive to make real.” In the words of Eileen Ferara, “As my subject matter expands, I research and include other plant species that I encounter in the urban wilds of the greater NYC area. Japanese Honeysuckle, Empress Trees, and Trees of Heaven are all considered nuisance non-native species that have taken root in the area. While each plant has its own unique story, they also have some commonalities; successful reproduction strategies, the ability to thrive in areas where other species are challenged, the tendency to outcompete indigenous species, and all were introduced to North America by humans. My work is inspired by the beautiful design of these objects, and the imaginary environments I create are a reflection on the fragility of balance in the environment and our relationship to the places in which we live.
All Day
Pre-Law Advisory Track Tabling Event (Multi-Day Event)
We will be reaching out to students to see if they have interest in a pre-law track and getting their emails for future events that we will host on campus. This tabling event will happen on the first floor of the student center.
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
GAINS Grant w/iQ4
GAINS Grant w/iQ4
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Early Graduate School Luncheon
An incentive program that offers undergraduate students with 60 credits or more and an overall GPA of 3.4 early admission to one of our graduate degree programs.
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Juno Theatre Company Improv Rehearsal
Improv Rehearsal for the evening cabaret.
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
East Campus RA Staff Meeting
Weekly Staff Meeting

Wednesday, October 09, 2019

All Day
Ninth Annual Exhibit of Faculty Publications (Multi-Day Event)
The Theresa and Edward O'Toole Library is featuring an exhibit highlighting faculty scholarship published between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.
All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
All Day
Nature and Landscape (Multi-Day Event)
The Fine Arts Gallery is pleased to present Nature and Landscape featuring the work of two New Jersey artists, Francesca Azzara and Eileen Ferara. Each artist has her own unique vision of the landscape, from observed nature to the interior landscape of the mind. Landscape painting has a long standing place in the history of art and can be traced back to the first cities of Çatal Hüyük to the contemporary galleries in Chelsea. We invite you to leave the mundane world and fill your eyes and imagination with the encaustic paintings and installation of invasive species that hang on the gallery walls. Francesca Azzara states: “The landscape, or some manifestation of the landscape, has continually re-emerged in my work over the past 20 years. While landscape painting is steeped in history and place, my imagined landscapes, represent an interior universe of the conscience. These works are a manifestation of my inner self and metaphorically the visual settings reflect my thoughts, fears and dreams. Often, my work informs me of deeper issues that I have unconsciously avoided. It is a visit to a distant memory…one that cannot be fully recalled but can be comprehended. The visual environments I create are of a topography that is familiar but one that I have never visited. It is that fleeting moment, the ambiguity in the psyche, which I strive to make real.” In the words of Eileen Ferara, “As my subject matter expands, I research and include other plant species that I encounter in the urban wilds of the greater NYC area. Japanese Honeysuckle, Empress Trees, and Trees of Heaven are all considered nuisance non-native species that have taken root in the area. While each plant has its own unique story, they also have some commonalities; successful reproduction strategies, the ability to thrive in areas where other species are challenged, the tendency to outcompete indigenous species, and all were introduced to North America by humans. My work is inspired by the beautiful design of these objects, and the imaginary environments I create are a reflection on the fragility of balance in the environment and our relationship to the places in which we live.
All Day
Pre-Law Advisory Track Tabling Event (Multi-Day Event)
We will be reaching out to students to see if they have interest in a pre-law track and getting their emails for future events that we will host on campus. This tabling event will happen on the first floor of the student center.
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Alden Trust Library Grant
Alden Trust Library Grant
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
TIAA Counseling Session
TIAA-CREF representative will be on campus for individual counseling from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Counseling session will be held in the HR conference room in Saint Peter Hall.
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
CAPS Stress and Anxiety Discussion Group
Weekly Group for students conducted by CAPS counselors to help manage stress and anxiety through discussion, education, and activities.
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Challenges in the Financial Market
Discussion about challenges in the financial market.
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Sixth Annual Book Fair & Bake Off
The only thing better than free books is free food. Here you get both! The History Department is holding its Sixth Annual Book Fair & Bake Off. Which History professor bakes the best goodies? You get to decide! Come to the History Department (Hilsdorf 303) on Wednesday, October 9 at noon to grab some free history books and decide this year's Bake Off Champion.
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Nursing workshop
nursing workshop
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Grit 'N Wit
Grit 'N Wit gives you the opportunity to try something different! To push yourself physically and mentally! To overcome challenges and obstacles! And help your teammates accomplish the same!
4:15 PM - 5:00 PM
AWS Introductory Meeting
AWS Introductory Meeting
5:00 PM - 8:30 PM
NSLS Leadership Training Day
Mandatory training for NSLS Members. 

Thursday, October 10, 2019

All Day
Ninth Annual Exhibit of Faculty Publications (Multi-Day Event)
The Theresa and Edward O'Toole Library is featuring an exhibit highlighting faculty scholarship published between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.
All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
All Day
Nature and Landscape (Multi-Day Event)
The Fine Arts Gallery is pleased to present Nature and Landscape featuring the work of two New Jersey artists, Francesca Azzara and Eileen Ferara. Each artist has her own unique vision of the landscape, from observed nature to the interior landscape of the mind. Landscape painting has a long standing place in the history of art and can be traced back to the first cities of Çatal Hüyük to the contemporary galleries in Chelsea. We invite you to leave the mundane world and fill your eyes and imagination with the encaustic paintings and installation of invasive species that hang on the gallery walls. Francesca Azzara states: “The landscape, or some manifestation of the landscape, has continually re-emerged in my work over the past 20 years. While landscape painting is steeped in history and place, my imagined landscapes, represent an interior universe of the conscience. These works are a manifestation of my inner self and metaphorically the visual settings reflect my thoughts, fears and dreams. Often, my work informs me of deeper issues that I have unconsciously avoided. It is a visit to a distant memory…one that cannot be fully recalled but can be comprehended. The visual environments I create are of a topography that is familiar but one that I have never visited. It is that fleeting moment, the ambiguity in the psyche, which I strive to make real.” In the words of Eileen Ferara, “As my subject matter expands, I research and include other plant species that I encounter in the urban wilds of the greater NYC area. Japanese Honeysuckle, Empress Trees, and Trees of Heaven are all considered nuisance non-native species that have taken root in the area. While each plant has its own unique story, they also have some commonalities; successful reproduction strategies, the ability to thrive in areas where other species are challenged, the tendency to outcompete indigenous species, and all were introduced to North America by humans. My work is inspired by the beautiful design of these objects, and the imaginary environments I create are a reflection on the fragility of balance in the environment and our relationship to the places in which we live.
End Time 1:00 PM
Pre-Law Advisory Track Tabling Event (Multi-Day Event)
We will be reaching out to students to see if they have interest in a pre-law track and getting their emails for future events that we will host on campus. This tabling event will happen on the first floor of the student center.
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Criminal Justice Event
Criminal Justice Event
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Internship Seminar
The career coaches from the Center for Career Engagement and Experiential Learning (CEEL) will educate students on the three key components needed to succeed in finding an internship. The tips will allow students to be more prepared and improve their professional development.
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Playwriting Workshop w/ Prof. Stephen Cicirelli & Prof. Jonathan Brantley
Ever wanted to see your words acted out on stage? This 8-week workshop will introduce you to the fundamentals of playwriting. You will learn all of the skills necessary to write your very own one-act play! In spring semester, workshop attendees will have the opportunity to cast and direct their original plays as part of a one-act festival. Act fast! Space is limited. The workshop will meet AT NOON on the following dates, in the Conference Room of the English Department: September 12, September 26, October 10, October 24, November 7, November 14, November 21, December 5.
4:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Juno Theatre Company Music Rehearsal
Music Rehearsal for evening cabaret.
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Juno Theatre Company Improv Rehearsal
Improv Rehearsal for the evening cabaret.

Friday, October 11, 2019

All Day
Ninth Annual Exhibit of Faculty Publications (Multi-Day Event)
The Theresa and Edward O'Toole Library is featuring an exhibit highlighting faculty scholarship published between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.
All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
All Day
Nature and Landscape (Multi-Day Event)
The Fine Arts Gallery is pleased to present Nature and Landscape featuring the work of two New Jersey artists, Francesca Azzara and Eileen Ferara. Each artist has her own unique vision of the landscape, from observed nature to the interior landscape of the mind. Landscape painting has a long standing place in the history of art and can be traced back to the first cities of Çatal Hüyük to the contemporary galleries in Chelsea. We invite you to leave the mundane world and fill your eyes and imagination with the encaustic paintings and installation of invasive species that hang on the gallery walls. Francesca Azzara states: “The landscape, or some manifestation of the landscape, has continually re-emerged in my work over the past 20 years. While landscape painting is steeped in history and place, my imagined landscapes, represent an interior universe of the conscience. These works are a manifestation of my inner self and metaphorically the visual settings reflect my thoughts, fears and dreams. Often, my work informs me of deeper issues that I have unconsciously avoided. It is a visit to a distant memory…one that cannot be fully recalled but can be comprehended. The visual environments I create are of a topography that is familiar but one that I have never visited. It is that fleeting moment, the ambiguity in the psyche, which I strive to make real.” In the words of Eileen Ferara, “As my subject matter expands, I research and include other plant species that I encounter in the urban wilds of the greater NYC area. Japanese Honeysuckle, Empress Trees, and Trees of Heaven are all considered nuisance non-native species that have taken root in the area. While each plant has its own unique story, they also have some commonalities; successful reproduction strategies, the ability to thrive in areas where other species are challenged, the tendency to outcompete indigenous species, and all were introduced to North America by humans. My work is inspired by the beautiful design of these objects, and the imaginary environments I create are a reflection on the fragility of balance in the environment and our relationship to the places in which we live.
4:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Juno Theatre Company Music Rehearsal
Music Rehearsal for evening cabaret.

Saturday, October 12, 2019

All Day
Ninth Annual Exhibit of Faculty Publications (Multi-Day Event)
The Theresa and Edward O'Toole Library is featuring an exhibit highlighting faculty scholarship published between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.
All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
All Day
Nature and Landscape (Multi-Day Event)
The Fine Arts Gallery is pleased to present Nature and Landscape featuring the work of two New Jersey artists, Francesca Azzara and Eileen Ferara. Each artist has her own unique vision of the landscape, from observed nature to the interior landscape of the mind. Landscape painting has a long standing place in the history of art and can be traced back to the first cities of Çatal Hüyük to the contemporary galleries in Chelsea. We invite you to leave the mundane world and fill your eyes and imagination with the encaustic paintings and installation of invasive species that hang on the gallery walls. Francesca Azzara states: “The landscape, or some manifestation of the landscape, has continually re-emerged in my work over the past 20 years. While landscape painting is steeped in history and place, my imagined landscapes, represent an interior universe of the conscience. These works are a manifestation of my inner self and metaphorically the visual settings reflect my thoughts, fears and dreams. Often, my work informs me of deeper issues that I have unconsciously avoided. It is a visit to a distant memory…one that cannot be fully recalled but can be comprehended. The visual environments I create are of a topography that is familiar but one that I have never visited. It is that fleeting moment, the ambiguity in the psyche, which I strive to make real.” In the words of Eileen Ferara, “As my subject matter expands, I research and include other plant species that I encounter in the urban wilds of the greater NYC area. Japanese Honeysuckle, Empress Trees, and Trees of Heaven are all considered nuisance non-native species that have taken root in the area. While each plant has its own unique story, they also have some commonalities; successful reproduction strategies, the ability to thrive in areas where other species are challenged, the tendency to outcompete indigenous species, and all were introduced to North America by humans. My work is inspired by the beautiful design of these objects, and the imaginary environments I create are a reflection on the fragility of balance in the environment and our relationship to the places in which we live.
6:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Why Must the Show GO On?: An Evening Cabaret
Dozens of stars from Saint Peter's University alumni and community members will gather the weekend of October 11th when The Juno Theatre Company present " Why Must the Show Go On?: An Evening Cabaret" our most ambitious, high-wattage performing arts gathering to date. The cabaret is designed, in part, to showcase Jersey City as a burgeoning cultural production nucleus and enhance Saint Peter's University's visibility as a national leader in arts creation, education, and inclusion. An Evening Cabaret culminates Saturday, October 12th, 8 P.M. starring some of the school’s celebrated alumni performing with faculty, staff, students, and community members. We will have a one-act play written by Professor Constance Wagner and performed by Professor Judy WIlson, short-form improvisation games headed by Amanda Staub '09 and Jake Hines '11, as well as songs from various musicals, including solos, duets, and a select group numbers. Our producer in residence, Frank D'Agostino has called some of our amazingly talented Saint Peter's University alumni and community members to strut their stuff on stage.
10:00 PM

Sunday, October 13, 2019

All Day
Ninth Annual Exhibit of Faculty Publications (Multi-Day Event)
The Theresa and Edward O'Toole Library is featuring an exhibit highlighting faculty scholarship published between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.
All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
All Day
Nature and Landscape (Multi-Day Event)
The Fine Arts Gallery is pleased to present Nature and Landscape featuring the work of two New Jersey artists, Francesca Azzara and Eileen Ferara. Each artist has her own unique vision of the landscape, from observed nature to the interior landscape of the mind. Landscape painting has a long standing place in the history of art and can be traced back to the first cities of Çatal Hüyük to the contemporary galleries in Chelsea. We invite you to leave the mundane world and fill your eyes and imagination with the encaustic paintings and installation of invasive species that hang on the gallery walls. Francesca Azzara states: “The landscape, or some manifestation of the landscape, has continually re-emerged in my work over the past 20 years. While landscape painting is steeped in history and place, my imagined landscapes, represent an interior universe of the conscience. These works are a manifestation of my inner self and metaphorically the visual settings reflect my thoughts, fears and dreams. Often, my work informs me of deeper issues that I have unconsciously avoided. It is a visit to a distant memory…one that cannot be fully recalled but can be comprehended. The visual environments I create are of a topography that is familiar but one that I have never visited. It is that fleeting moment, the ambiguity in the psyche, which I strive to make real.” In the words of Eileen Ferara, “As my subject matter expands, I research and include other plant species that I encounter in the urban wilds of the greater NYC area. Japanese Honeysuckle, Empress Trees, and Trees of Heaven are all considered nuisance non-native species that have taken root in the area. While each plant has its own unique story, they also have some commonalities; successful reproduction strategies, the ability to thrive in areas where other species are challenged, the tendency to outcompete indigenous species, and all were introduced to North America by humans. My work is inspired by the beautiful design of these objects, and the imaginary environments I create are a reflection on the fragility of balance in the environment and our relationship to the places in which we live.
End Time 12:00 AM

Monday, October 14, 2019

All Day
Ninth Annual Exhibit of Faculty Publications (Multi-Day Event)
The Theresa and Edward O'Toole Library is featuring an exhibit highlighting faculty scholarship published between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.
All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
All Day
Nature and Landscape (Multi-Day Event)
The Fine Arts Gallery is pleased to present Nature and Landscape featuring the work of two New Jersey artists, Francesca Azzara and Eileen Ferara. Each artist has her own unique vision of the landscape, from observed nature to the interior landscape of the mind. Landscape painting has a long standing place in the history of art and can be traced back to the first cities of Çatal Hüyük to the contemporary galleries in Chelsea. We invite you to leave the mundane world and fill your eyes and imagination with the encaustic paintings and installation of invasive species that hang on the gallery walls. Francesca Azzara states: “The landscape, or some manifestation of the landscape, has continually re-emerged in my work over the past 20 years. While landscape painting is steeped in history and place, my imagined landscapes, represent an interior universe of the conscience. These works are a manifestation of my inner self and metaphorically the visual settings reflect my thoughts, fears and dreams. Often, my work informs me of deeper issues that I have unconsciously avoided. It is a visit to a distant memory…one that cannot be fully recalled but can be comprehended. The visual environments I create are of a topography that is familiar but one that I have never visited. It is that fleeting moment, the ambiguity in the psyche, which I strive to make real.” In the words of Eileen Ferara, “As my subject matter expands, I research and include other plant species that I encounter in the urban wilds of the greater NYC area. Japanese Honeysuckle, Empress Trees, and Trees of Heaven are all considered nuisance non-native species that have taken root in the area. While each plant has its own unique story, they also have some commonalities; successful reproduction strategies, the ability to thrive in areas where other species are challenged, the tendency to outcompete indigenous species, and all were introduced to North America by humans. My work is inspired by the beautiful design of these objects, and the imaginary environments I create are a reflection on the fragility of balance in the environment and our relationship to the places in which we live.
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Peacock Preview
If you’re looking to learn more about all Saint Peter’s University has to offer, Peacock Previews allow you to visit campus. You’ll go on a tour with a student ambassador (PAVO) and see first-hand just what life as a Peacock is all about. During your visit you’ll also get to hear from our admission counselors as they walk you through applying for admission, help you understand financial aid and financial affordability options, and everything else you need to know depending on your stage of admission or enrollment.
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Bachelor Degree Completion Instant Decision Event
Instant Decision for the School of Professional and Continuing Studies Fall 2 Term


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Tuesday, October 15, 2019

All Day
Ninth Annual Exhibit of Faculty Publications (Multi-Day Event)
The Theresa and Edward O'Toole Library is featuring an exhibit highlighting faculty scholarship published between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.
All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
All Day
Nature and Landscape (Multi-Day Event)
The Fine Arts Gallery is pleased to present Nature and Landscape featuring the work of two New Jersey artists, Francesca Azzara and Eileen Ferara. Each artist has her own unique vision of the landscape, from observed nature to the interior landscape of the mind. Landscape painting has a long standing place in the history of art and can be traced back to the first cities of Çatal Hüyük to the contemporary galleries in Chelsea. We invite you to leave the mundane world and fill your eyes and imagination with the encaustic paintings and installation of invasive species that hang on the gallery walls. Francesca Azzara states: “The landscape, or some manifestation of the landscape, has continually re-emerged in my work over the past 20 years. While landscape painting is steeped in history and place, my imagined landscapes, represent an interior universe of the conscience. These works are a manifestation of my inner self and metaphorically the visual settings reflect my thoughts, fears and dreams. Often, my work informs me of deeper issues that I have unconsciously avoided. It is a visit to a distant memory…one that cannot be fully recalled but can be comprehended. The visual environments I create are of a topography that is familiar but one that I have never visited. It is that fleeting moment, the ambiguity in the psyche, which I strive to make real.” In the words of Eileen Ferara, “As my subject matter expands, I research and include other plant species that I encounter in the urban wilds of the greater NYC area. Japanese Honeysuckle, Empress Trees, and Trees of Heaven are all considered nuisance non-native species that have taken root in the area. While each plant has its own unique story, they also have some commonalities; successful reproduction strategies, the ability to thrive in areas where other species are challenged, the tendency to outcompete indigenous species, and all were introduced to North America by humans. My work is inspired by the beautiful design of these objects, and the imaginary environments I create are a reflection on the fragility of balance in the environment and our relationship to the places in which we live.
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Bi-annual Spanish Mass
Once a semester, we gather as a community to celebrate a Mass in Spanish in gratitude for our heritage and culture. This Fall 2019 we will celebrate on the final day of National Hispanic Heritage Month, October 15th.
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Faculty Development Workshop
Technology at SPU. What we have and how we can support you.
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
East Campus RA Staff Meeting
Weekly Staff Meeting
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
NSLS Broadcast
Live Broadcasts

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

All Day
Ninth Annual Exhibit of Faculty Publications (Multi-Day Event)
The Theresa and Edward O'Toole Library is featuring an exhibit highlighting faculty scholarship published between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.
All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
All Day
Nature and Landscape (Multi-Day Event)
The Fine Arts Gallery is pleased to present Nature and Landscape featuring the work of two New Jersey artists, Francesca Azzara and Eileen Ferara. Each artist has her own unique vision of the landscape, from observed nature to the interior landscape of the mind. Landscape painting has a long standing place in the history of art and can be traced back to the first cities of Çatal Hüyük to the contemporary galleries in Chelsea. We invite you to leave the mundane world and fill your eyes and imagination with the encaustic paintings and installation of invasive species that hang on the gallery walls. Francesca Azzara states: “The landscape, or some manifestation of the landscape, has continually re-emerged in my work over the past 20 years. While landscape painting is steeped in history and place, my imagined landscapes, represent an interior universe of the conscience. These works are a manifestation of my inner self and metaphorically the visual settings reflect my thoughts, fears and dreams. Often, my work informs me of deeper issues that I have unconsciously avoided. It is a visit to a distant memory…one that cannot be fully recalled but can be comprehended. The visual environments I create are of a topography that is familiar but one that I have never visited. It is that fleeting moment, the ambiguity in the psyche, which I strive to make real.” In the words of Eileen Ferara, “As my subject matter expands, I research and include other plant species that I encounter in the urban wilds of the greater NYC area. Japanese Honeysuckle, Empress Trees, and Trees of Heaven are all considered nuisance non-native species that have taken root in the area. While each plant has its own unique story, they also have some commonalities; successful reproduction strategies, the ability to thrive in areas where other species are challenged, the tendency to outcompete indigenous species, and all were introduced to North America by humans. My work is inspired by the beautiful design of these objects, and the imaginary environments I create are a reflection on the fragility of balance in the environment and our relationship to the places in which we live.
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Fidelity Foundation
Fidelity Foundation
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Mac-Toberfest
Annual Mac-Toberfest Meet Me at the Center
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
CAC Meeting
Core Curriculum Assessment Committee meeting
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Meeting with Honors Juniors
This meeting with Honors Juniors will help explain the start of the senior thesis project and will advise them on their methods of research course to be taken in the spring.
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Wellness Day At CELAC
On Wednesday, October 16th, CELAC Director Alicia D'Amato will conduct a yoga and meditation session in the CELAC classroom on the third floor of the library.
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Nina Shapiro Memorial Lecture Series (Masters in Finance)
Discussion about a Masters in Finance.
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
NSLS Leadership Training Day
Mandatory Training for Members

Thursday, October 17, 2019

All Day
Ninth Annual Exhibit of Faculty Publications (Multi-Day Event)
The Theresa and Edward O'Toole Library is featuring an exhibit highlighting faculty scholarship published between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.
All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
All Day
Nature and Landscape (Multi-Day Event)
The Fine Arts Gallery is pleased to present Nature and Landscape featuring the work of two New Jersey artists, Francesca Azzara and Eileen Ferara. Each artist has her own unique vision of the landscape, from observed nature to the interior landscape of the mind. Landscape painting has a long standing place in the history of art and can be traced back to the first cities of Çatal Hüyük to the contemporary galleries in Chelsea. We invite you to leave the mundane world and fill your eyes and imagination with the encaustic paintings and installation of invasive species that hang on the gallery walls. Francesca Azzara states: “The landscape, or some manifestation of the landscape, has continually re-emerged in my work over the past 20 years. While landscape painting is steeped in history and place, my imagined landscapes, represent an interior universe of the conscience. These works are a manifestation of my inner self and metaphorically the visual settings reflect my thoughts, fears and dreams. Often, my work informs me of deeper issues that I have unconsciously avoided. It is a visit to a distant memory…one that cannot be fully recalled but can be comprehended. The visual environments I create are of a topography that is familiar but one that I have never visited. It is that fleeting moment, the ambiguity in the psyche, which I strive to make real.” In the words of Eileen Ferara, “As my subject matter expands, I research and include other plant species that I encounter in the urban wilds of the greater NYC area. Japanese Honeysuckle, Empress Trees, and Trees of Heaven are all considered nuisance non-native species that have taken root in the area. While each plant has its own unique story, they also have some commonalities; successful reproduction strategies, the ability to thrive in areas where other species are challenged, the tendency to outcompete indigenous species, and all were introduced to North America by humans. My work is inspired by the beautiful design of these objects, and the imaginary environments I create are a reflection on the fragility of balance in the environment and our relationship to the places in which we live.
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Criminal Justice Event
Criminal Justice Event
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Accounting Society/BLA Guest Speaker
Accounting Society/BLA Guest Speaker
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Professionalism Training for Student Workers hosted by Paul Grimes, Sherwin-Williams
Opened to all Student Workers/Assistants. Guest speaker, Paul Grimes, will conduct professionalism training for Student Assistants.
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
The Politics of Hair--Can public policy end hair discrimination?
Last December a referee told a New Jersey high school wrestler that if he didn't cut his dreadlocks off he would have to forfeit his match. The young man’s hair was cut off minutes before his match in a crowded gym. Studies have shown Black women are 80% more likely to change their natural hair to meet social norms or expectations at work and 50% more likely to be sent home from work because of their hair. The is because the law does not afford protection from race based hair discrimination even if the hairstyle is inherent to racial identity. Assemblywoman Angela McKnight and Senator Sandra Cunninghom have introduced a bill to end this form of social injustice. Come to a luncheon where these two lawmakers will talk about their quest to end hair discrimination in New Jersey.
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Edward's Meeting
EE Meeting

Friday, October 18, 2019

All Day
Ninth Annual Exhibit of Faculty Publications (Multi-Day Event)
The Theresa and Edward O'Toole Library is featuring an exhibit highlighting faculty scholarship published between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.
All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
End Day
Nature and Landscape (Multi-Day Event)
The Fine Arts Gallery is pleased to present Nature and Landscape featuring the work of two New Jersey artists, Francesca Azzara and Eileen Ferara. Each artist has her own unique vision of the landscape, from observed nature to the interior landscape of the mind. Landscape painting has a long standing place in the history of art and can be traced back to the first cities of Çatal Hüyük to the contemporary galleries in Chelsea. We invite you to leave the mundane world and fill your eyes and imagination with the encaustic paintings and installation of invasive species that hang on the gallery walls. Francesca Azzara states: “The landscape, or some manifestation of the landscape, has continually re-emerged in my work over the past 20 years. While landscape painting is steeped in history and place, my imagined landscapes, represent an interior universe of the conscience. These works are a manifestation of my inner self and metaphorically the visual settings reflect my thoughts, fears and dreams. Often, my work informs me of deeper issues that I have unconsciously avoided. It is a visit to a distant memory…one that cannot be fully recalled but can be comprehended. The visual environments I create are of a topography that is familiar but one that I have never visited. It is that fleeting moment, the ambiguity in the psyche, which I strive to make real.” In the words of Eileen Ferara, “As my subject matter expands, I research and include other plant species that I encounter in the urban wilds of the greater NYC area. Japanese Honeysuckle, Empress Trees, and Trees of Heaven are all considered nuisance non-native species that have taken root in the area. While each plant has its own unique story, they also have some commonalities; successful reproduction strategies, the ability to thrive in areas where other species are challenged, the tendency to outcompete indigenous species, and all were introduced to North America by humans. My work is inspired by the beautiful design of these objects, and the imaginary environments I create are a reflection on the fragility of balance in the environment and our relationship to the places in which we live.

Saturday, October 19, 2019

All Day
Ninth Annual Exhibit of Faculty Publications (Multi-Day Event)
The Theresa and Edward O'Toole Library is featuring an exhibit highlighting faculty scholarship published between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.
All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Beyond the Surface
Beyond the Surface is a class on human dignity through the eyes of hip hop.
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Arts on Bergen: Gabriel Fauré's Requiem | Bach Cantata

October 19: Gabriel Fauré's Requiem

Julie Fristensky

The Aidan C. McMullen Chorale

The Saint Peter’s University SCHOLA

Saint Peter’s University Alumni Glee Club

Saint Peter’s University Chamber Orchestra

Sunday, October 20, 2019

All Day
Ninth Annual Exhibit of Faculty Publications (Multi-Day Event)
The Theresa and Edward O'Toole Library is featuring an exhibit highlighting faculty scholarship published between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.
All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.

Monday, October 21, 2019

All Day
Ninth Annual Exhibit of Faculty Publications (Multi-Day Event)
The Theresa and Edward O'Toole Library is featuring an exhibit highlighting faculty scholarship published between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.
All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Goldman Sachs LCC Interviews
Phase 2 student interviews for the Goldman Sachs LCC 4.0 program
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Bachelor Degree Completion Instant Decision Event
Instant Decision for the School of Professional and Continuing Studies Fall 2 Term


RSVP HERE
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
English Club General Meeting
English Club General Body Meeting - join the English Club
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
EOF Meeting
This is a meeting for first-year students.
12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Grit N Wit
On-campus obstacle run
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
OPT Info Session for F-1 Students
International F-1 students are invited to attend this informative session to learn more about Optional Practical Training (OPT), which allows students to stay and work in the USA for one year following graduation. This info session is especially relevant to those students graduating in the coming year.
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Nursing Exam
NU210 Pharmacology Exam 2
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Goldman Sachs LCC Interviews
Phase 2 student interviews for the Goldman Sachs LCC 4.0 program
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Financial Aid for Dreamers
The Center for Undocumented Students will be holding an information session to inform students about their financial options.
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Financial Aid for Dreamers
This will be a discussion on the ways in which Dreamers might apply for financial aid.

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

All Day
Ninth Annual Exhibit of Faculty Publications (Multi-Day Event)
The Theresa and Edward O'Toole Library is featuring an exhibit highlighting faculty scholarship published between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.
All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
East Campus RA Staff Meeting
Weekly Staff Meeting
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
SPCS Michaelmas 2019
Michaelmas Award Convocation Ceremony for the Adult Undergraduate Students
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
NSLS Broadcast
Live Broadcasts
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
NSLS Live Broadcast
Live Broadcast for Members

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

All Day
Ninth Annual Exhibit of Faculty Publications (Multi-Day Event)
The Theresa and Edward O'Toole Library is featuring an exhibit highlighting faculty scholarship published between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.
All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Goldman Sachs LCC Interviews
Phase 2 student interviews for the Goldman Sachs LCC 4.0 program
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
STEM Speed Networking Event
Students majoring in STEM will be practicing their networking skills by introducing themselves and making connections with multiple STEM employers who are in attendance to the event.
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Faculty Senate Committee Meeting
Meeting of the Faculty Senate Committee
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
NSLS Orientation
Mandatory Orientation for New Members
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Maximize Your Buzz - Alcohol Education Program
A practical message blended with a lighthearted approach, students will leave having had a great time, as well as, equipped with safe practices to make healthier choices, reduce high-risk drinking, and taking care of friends who over-indulged. Let’s change behaviors by shifting perceptions: “Alcohol is not about drinking; it’s about who you are.”  Event is facilitated by a professional speaker from Collegiate Empowerment.

Thursday, October 24, 2019

All Day
Ninth Annual Exhibit of Faculty Publications (Multi-Day Event)
The Theresa and Edward O'Toole Library is featuring an exhibit highlighting faculty scholarship published between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.
All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Criminal Justice Event
Criminal Justice Event
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Connecting Street Work with Spirituality
Lecture: Connecting Street Work with Spirituality
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Connecting Street Work with Spirituality
Raymond Perrier is the Director of the Denis Hurley Center in Durban, South Africa. Their mission is outreach, care, feeding and protection of homeless citizens. Much of his work for the city included working with faith-based groups to caring for those marginalized in the community, providing education, providing care to refugees, drug addicted clients and the homeless. Raymond is coming to Saint Peter's to share with us about his work in South Africa and the urgency for people of interfaith community to care for those that are marginalized in society.

Time: 12:00 P.M.
Venue: St. Peter Chapel 
After the event, participants are invited to join us for Pizza and Conversation in the Office of Campus Ministry located in Room 105 of the Mac Mahon Student Center.
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Playwriting Workshop w/ Prof. Stephen Cicirelli & Prof. Jonathan Brantley
Ever wanted to see your words acted out on stage? This 8-week workshop will introduce you to the fundamentals of playwriting. You will learn all of the skills necessary to write your very own one-act play! In spring semester, workshop attendees will have the opportunity to cast and direct their original plays as part of a one-act festival. Act fast! Space is limited. The workshop will meet AT NOON on the following dates, in the Conference Room of the English Department: September 12, September 26, October 10, October 24, November 7, November 14, November 21, December 5.
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
School of Business Chairs/Directors Meeting
Dr. Naatus is meeting with School of Business Chairs and Directors.
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
SPU MUN Team meeting
Meeting of SPU MUN team to prepare for attending upcoming NMUN conference.
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Finding Uncommon Ground
Jesuit scholastic Michael Martinez, SJ, discusses his ministry of using hip hop, Ignatian spirituality and new media in order to live a faith that does justice. Please join us in McIntyre on Thursday, October 24 from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm. All are welcome!

Friday, October 25, 2019

All Day
Ninth Annual Exhibit of Faculty Publications (Multi-Day Event)
The Theresa and Edward O'Toole Library is featuring an exhibit highlighting faculty scholarship published between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.
All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
HIV/Aids Awareness and Prevention
HIV/Aids Awareness and Prevention

Saturday, October 26, 2019

All Day
Ninth Annual Exhibit of Faculty Publications (Multi-Day Event)
The Theresa and Edward O'Toole Library is featuring an exhibit highlighting faculty scholarship published between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.
All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Peacock Preview
If you’re looking to learn more about all Saint Peter’s University has to offer, Peacock Previews allow you to visit campus. You’ll go on a tour with a student ambassador (PAVO) and see first-hand just what life as a Peacock is all about. During your visit you’ll also get to hear from our admission counselors as they walk you through applying for admission, help you understand financial aid and financial affordability options, and everything else you need to know depending on your stage of admission or enrollment.

Sunday, October 27, 2019

All Day
Ninth Annual Exhibit of Faculty Publications (Multi-Day Event)
The Theresa and Edward O'Toole Library is featuring an exhibit highlighting faculty scholarship published between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.
All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.

Monday, October 28, 2019

All Day
Ninth Annual Exhibit of Faculty Publications (Multi-Day Event)
The Theresa and Edward O'Toole Library is featuring an exhibit highlighting faculty scholarship published between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.
All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Green is the New Blue: Creating a sustainable peacock campus
Sustainability Council is sponsoring a lecture by Dr. Richard Nisa, Associated Professor of Geography at Fairleigh Dickinson University.
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
America Needs You Information Session
Opened to all majors, all class levels.
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Washington Center Info Session
students who are interested can learn about the opportunity to intern or take academic seminars through the Washington Center to get on hands experience of working in Washington D.C..
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Faculty Development Workshop
Different Roads to Learning and Service, Community Service, Projects with Classes, Travel Courses

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

All Day
Ninth Annual Exhibit of Faculty Publications (Multi-Day Event)
The Theresa and Edward O'Toole Library is featuring an exhibit highlighting faculty scholarship published between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.
All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
NSLS Re-Broadcast - Jim Kwik
Live re-broadcast open to all. 

Wednesday, October 30, 2019

All Day
Ninth Annual Exhibit of Faculty Publications (Multi-Day Event)
The Theresa and Edward O'Toole Library is featuring an exhibit highlighting faculty scholarship published between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.
All Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Mac-Toberfest
Meet Me at the Center
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Accounting Society/BLA Guest Speaker
Accounting Society/BLA Guest Speaker
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Arts on Bergen: Jordan Smith
Arts on Bergen Reception (Jordan Smith)
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Arts on Bergen: Jordan Smith, saxophone
Arts on Bergen presents Fine Arts faculty and saxophonist, Jordan Smith
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Benefits Of Being Bilingual In The Workforce
On Wednesday, October 30th, Laura Pakhmanov will discuss the benefits of being bilingual in today's workforce. The presentation will take place in the CELAC classroom located on the third floor of the library.
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Celebration of Faculty Publications
Wine and cheese celebration and faculty research presentations. This event will be held in the Digital Humanities Center located in the lower level of the Library.
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Nursing workshop
nursing workshop
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Saint Peter's Basketball Tip-Off Dinner
Basketball Tip-Off Dinner

Thursday, October 31, 2019

All Day
Ninth Annual Exhibit of Faculty Publications (Multi-Day Event)
The Theresa and Edward O'Toole Library is featuring an exhibit highlighting faculty scholarship published between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.
End Day
O’Toole Library Exhibit: Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94 (Multi-Day Event)
A photographic exhibit honors the philanthropy of Hon. Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Pictures dating from the past six decades highlighting his career and association with Saint Peter’s University are on view. Images courtesy of the University Archives.
10:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Employee Health and Benefits Fair
Employee Health and Benefits Fair.

Location: McMahon Student Center, Duncan Family Sky Room.
 
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Criminal Justice Speaker Series
Discussion on Criminal Justice Hot Topics.
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Law School Info Session
Students can learn important information in preparation to apply for law school from Dr. Alain Sanders of the political science department.
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
MS Cyber Security Lecture Series
Topics in Cyber Security and Technology

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