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coronavirus campus update logo April 4, 2020

MSJ Provost Diana Davis offers the latest update regarding May 2020 Commencement.

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coronavirus campus update logo March 31, 2020

Mount St. Joseph University Provost Diana Davis shares the latest updates regarding MSJ response to COVID-19 mandates.

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Mount St. Joseph News March 24, 2020

Dr. Amy Murdoch's 'Project Ready!', an initiative to develop research-based best practices for early literacy and language learning for children, has been selected as a grant finalist for the Scripps Howard Foundation.

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Mount St. Joseph News March 24, 2020

Participants can connect with schools from home to learn more about Physician Assistant offerings nationwide.

Categories: Physician Assistant
Mount St. Joseph News March 18, 2020

Hear what Dr. H. James Williams, President of Mount St. Joseph University, has to say about the University's response to the COVID-19

Categories: University Administration
corona virus update March 17, 2020

While maintaining regular business hours, starting at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 18, 2020 the University will transition to “remote work status” for all faculty and staff—until further notice. 

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Mount St. Joseph News March 14, 2020

Mount St. Joseph University “Keep Learning” Remote Classes Extended for the Remainder of the Semester, Seton Residence Hall Closing March 21, 2020, and Updated COVID-19 Safety Guidelines.

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Mount St. Joseph News March 13, 2020

Mount St. Joseph University has been carefully monitoring the COVID-19 situation. At this time, there are no known cases at the University, and we are taking the following precautions to keep our community safe.

Categories: University Administration
Mount St. Joseph News February 17, 2020

Mount St. Joseph University will honor several alumni and supporters at the Centennial Jubilee Gala on Friday, April 3, 2020, at the Cincinnati Music Hall Ballroom.

Categories: Alumni
Mount St. Joseph News February 11, 2020

Mount Professor BC Charles-Liscombe, Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Athletic Training, will be recognized with the Athletic Trainer Service Award for NATA.

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Mount St. Joseph News February 11, 2020

The School of Business will host guest speaker, CEO of Cincinnati Bell Inc., Leigh Fox to present, "Change and Re-invention."

Categories: School of Business
Mount St. Joseph News February 10, 2020

Couples with just one year to more than 50 years of marriage participated in the University’s first-ever wedding vow renewal ceremony held in honor of its Centennial year.

Categories: Centennial
Mount St. Joseph News February 10, 2020

Eastman returns to his alma mater, inspired to continue the mission of service and inclusion instilled in him as a youngster growing up in the Lincoln Heights community.

Categories: Diversity and Inclusion
Mount St. Joseph News January 29, 2020

Learn about the exciting spring offerings for Theatre Arts at Mount St. Joseph University.

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MSJ corner monument January 27, 2020

Amy Smith and Jeffrey Wampler join the leadership team as the University celebrates its centennial year with a strong focus on building Mount St. Joseph's brand, amplifying fundraising efforts, and enhancing the student experience.

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Mount St. Joseph News August 22, 2019

In celebration of its centennial year and its commitment to encouraging critical thinking across the liberal arts and sciences, Mount St. Joseph University will welcome Alan Lightman to campus on Thursday, October 3, 2019.

Categories: School of Arts & Humanities
Mount St. Joseph News August 13, 2019

Amy Rainwaters ’16 MSOL used her degree to springboard her #LegacyofaLion to a new role of coaching others to achieve personal success.

Categories: Business Administration, Alumni, School of Business, Master of Science in Organizational Leadership
close up of cicada May 8, 2019

Periodical cicadas are coming to northeastern Ohio and there is now a way to track, to photograph, and to help map these interesting insects on an mobile phone app created by cicada experts.

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