St.Francis College announced finalists for its 2019 SFC Literary Prize, a $50,000 biennial award for an author's third to fifth work of published fiction. They are: Jennifer Clement (Gun Love), Tsitsi Dangarembga (This Mournable Body); Brandon Hobson (Where the Dead Sit Talking); Samantha Hunt (The Dark Dark); David Joy (The Line That Held Us); Danzy Senna (New People). The winner will be revealed on September 21st.
Center of Excellence in Project Management
Barbara Edington, DPS, PMP (Director)
Businesses build our society with innovative products and services. Academic institutions build the innovators.
How can we increase the possibilities, the creativity, the speed at which businesses and academics work together to generate a better community and a more substantial role in global projects?
The Center of Excellence in Project Management at St. Francis College is providing the platform for the conversations and collaborations that need to take place to build a better community, both locally and globally.
Project management continues to be a growing field across many industries. It is of significant interest that the profession is developing a strong foothold in non-IT related industries such as marketing, health care, and the creative arts.
We welcome you to learn more about the Center and the programs we offer,
Barbara Edington, DPS, PMP
Director, Center of Excellence in Project Management
Dr. Colleen Carmody is the new Department Chair of St. Francis College's Nursing Department. She's gearing up to start her first school year at SFC, and taking the reins of one of the College's most popular majors.
Fifteen area high school and college students tested their business mettle at St. Francis College's second annual eCamp, a five-day bootcamp from August 5th to 9th that exposes budding entrepreneurs to the nuts and bolts of starting businesses and culminates with participants pitching their business ideas to SFC faculty and guests who vote on their favorites.
St. Francis College alumni and friends hit the links on July 29th for the annual Brendan J. Dugan '68 Memorial Meadow Brook Club Golf Outing, a flagship fundraising event that brought in nearly $400,000 to support the College's mission of providing students an affordable, superior liberal arts education.