SJC Brooklyn students, faculty and staff aid in relief efforts with a basketball tournament after earthquake strikes Hualien, Taiwan.
The chair of SJC Brooklyn’s journalism and new media studies department had his latest book, “Frederick Douglass in Brooklyn,” profiled in in the Bookshelf section of The New York Times. Theodore Hamm,…
St. Joseph’s College’s Department of Journalism and New Media Studies will welcome Roger D. Hodge, author of “Texas Blood: Seven Generations Among the Outlaws, Ranchers, Indians, Missionaries, Soldiers, and Smugglers…
New members of SJC Brooklyn take part in the College’s 102nd Investiture, a traditional ceremony that affirms students’ commitment to SJC.
A galaxy of new transfer and first year students gather at SJC Brooklyn for the 2017 Orientation: “Reach Beyond the Stars!”
SJC biology professor Michael Hanophy, Ph.D., speaks on the treatment of biofilm-related infection during World War I and the impact of Alexander Fleming.