News and feature stories from  the Saint Francis University School of STEAM 

University Mourns Loss of Beloved Faculty Member

University Communications & Marketing | 04/15/2024
With profound sadness, I share the news of the passing of our dear colleague, Dr. Aniruddha Bose, Associate Professor of History, on Sunday, March 31, 2024.

English Department Presents at 2023 Rachel Carson Conference

University Communications & Marketing | 11/01/2023
On October 21, 2023, four English faculty—Drs. Lisa Beiswenger, Timothy Bintrim, Brennan Thomas, and John Woznak—and five English majors—Avery Beunier-Lucas, Colette Costlow, MJ Dugery, Michael Hickey, and Erin Pyle—presented scholarly research on literary, environmental, and media studies at the 2023 Rachel Carson Conference, hosted by Chatham University.

Engineering Internships Help Secure Employment After Graduation 

Engineering Department | 05/02/2023
Completing an engineering internship can open the door to many career opportunities and help you take the first steps toward your dream job. This year, we are proud to announce a class of interns and graduates from Saint Francis University’s General Engineering program that includes several students participating in a stratospheric ballooning project, students working for companies ranging from Leonardo DRS to Lighthouse Electric, and two students that we are proud to highlight below. These two students have secured job offers in their desired engineering field, which stemmed from their

Engineering Majors Land Notable Internship Positions

Engineering Department | 05/01/2023
Engineering internships allow students, like junior Kaitlyn Maxwell and senior Skye Eicher, to gain practical experience in various engineering fields. Kaitlyn & Skye will learn from experienced professionals, work on exciting projects, and develop the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in their chosen fields. Read their stories!

Recorded session available for A Journey in Becoming Anti-Racist

Saint Francis University is pleased to release the recorded session from the latest Franciscan Endowment Lecture Series: A Journey in Becoming Anti-Racist: A Franciscan Call held on Feb. 4, 2021. TOR Endowment Speaker Dr Vanessa White from Saint Francis University on Vimeo .

Chapter for National Honor Society in Neuroscience Approved

Saint Francis University was recently approved to shelter a chapter of Nu Rho Psi , the National Honor Society in Neuroscience. The chapter will be the ninety-first charter to have been granted since the National Neuroscience Honor Society was established in 2006, and the eleventh in Pennsylvania. The Saint Francis University chapter designation is “Kappa in Pennsylvania (k in PA).” Nu Rho Psi is a non-profit, grass-roots organization comprised of faculty and undergraduate neuroscientists. The purpose of Nu Rho Psi is to: (1) encourage professional interest and excellence in scholarship