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president H. James Williams standing and smiling in front of centennial fieldhouse indoor track July 30, 2021

Statement from Dr. Williams on Delta Variant Covid-19 Virus

President H. James Williams, Ph.D, provides an update on the Delta variant of the COVID-19 virus.

Categories: University Administration
photo of DPT student holding a book July 15, 2021

Heart of a Lion: Sara Croswell

MSJ Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) alumna, Sara Croswell '22 landed her action-oriented dream career where she is making a difference in other people's lives.

Categories: Doctor of Physical Therapy
MSJ professor using laptop and smiling July 8, 2021

Mount St. Joseph University Announces Project Ready Expansion

Mount St. Joseph University is excited to announce the expansion of Dr. Amy Murdoch, Ph.D. and her team's successful Project Ready Initiative after receiving two grants to fund the expansion.

Categories: Education
photo of female alumna smiling July 7, 2021

Transfer Student Q&A: Samantha Ryan

Junior Samantha Ryan, dual licensure major in Early Childhood and Special Education with an Ohio Gifted Intervention Specialist (K-12) endorsement, describes the Mount as a family atmosphere on a small campus.

Categories: Education
3 actors in zoom smiling at camera July 29, 2021

Dr. Drew Shannon Participates in 30th Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf Virtual Play

Dr. Drew Shannon, Ph.D. and associate professor of English at the Mount, co-wrote and acted in a virtual play for the 30th Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf in the presence of a supportive academic community.

Categories: English
Mount St. Joseph News June 30, 2021

Mount St. Joseph University Launches Reading Science Doctoral Degree Program

Mount St. Joseph University launched its new Doctor of Education program in Reading Science, the first doctoral program in the Mount's School of Education.

Categories: Education
Mount St. Joseph News June 23, 2021

Heart of a Lion: Anne Swenson

Anne Swenson, MBA, ’16, brings excitement and energy into her work, which is evident in her success and her plans for the future.

Categories: Master of Business Administration
president H. James Williams sitting in front of field house. June 21, 2021

Mount Update on Fall Vaccination Plans

President H. James Williams, Ph.D., provides an update on Covid-19 vaccination policies on campus.

Categories: University Administration
Mount St. Joseph News June 15, 2021

Transfer Student Q&A: Jordan Carlson, ‘22

Junior Jordan Carlson, dual licensure major in Early Childhood and Special Education, found a sense of home at the Mount during her transfer experience, paired with strong communication and ongoing faculty and staff support.

Categories: Inclusive Early Childhood Education
graduate standing next to president h. james williams June 12, 2021

Education Alumni Q&A: Katie Specker '17

Master of Reading Science graduate Katie Specker ’17 answers some questions on her MSJ experience, where she credits the knowledgeable faculty, student organizations, and a flexible online program that helped her achieve her career goals.

Categories: Education
woman standing in front of fifth third bank sign June 10, 2021

Heart of a Lion: J'Nelle Easley

A Mount St. Joseph University graduate reflects on their experience in the Master of Science in Organizational Leadership (MSOL) program.

Categories: School of Business
Mount St. Joseph News June 7, 2021

Washington Post: A Maryland doctor was the first to map all the different cicada broods that pop up

Dr. Gene Kritsky shines light on "the forgotten entomologist" in this Washington Post article.

Categories: Media
Mount St. Joseph News June 3, 2021

Dare to Lead

Daring to be an effective leader leads to a breadth of opportunity in today's workplace, making the Mount's MSOL program a strong fit for today's aspiring leader.

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female student in Mount basketball uniform June 1, 2021

Business Graduate Q&A: Aliyah Huff ‘21

Recent Mount graduate, Aliyah Huff ’21 answers some questions on her college journey in Business Management, where she credits expert business faculty, her Mount co-op, and the basketball team for her valuable educational experience as a growing leader.

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Mount St. Joseph News May 29, 2021

Education Graduate Q&A: Larissa Phillips '12

Reading Specialist Larissa Phillips ’12 answers some questions on her Mount experience in Special Education, which led her to helping students overcome reading challenges within the classroom.

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photo of female nurse May 27, 2021

Heart of a Lion: Erin Gannaway

“The best thing about the Mount’s MSN Program for me was the level of support and encouragement I received from the faculty and program directors, from the very beginning when I first applied, all the way to the end.”

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Cover of Periodical Cicadas: The Brood X Edition May 24, 2021

Periodical Cicadas: The Brood X Edition by Gene Kritsky

As Brood X emerges across Greater Cincinnati, Periodical Cicadas: The Brood X Edition by Gene Kritsky, offers a perfect starting point to learn about these insects and to enjoy them as one of the wonders of our natural world.

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photo of teacher standing in front of school sign May 22, 2021

Education Graduate Q&A: Amanda Eagan

Educator Amanda Eagan answers some questions on her Mount experience in Early Childhood Education where she credits the Mount’s Service Learning program, her practicums, and expert faculty classroom preparation, which led her to her current dream job.

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Mount St. Joseph News May 21, 2021

A Message from President H. James Williams, Ph.D.

President H. James Williams, Ph.D., provides a May update on the hope and excitement on the horizon with the production and encourages the Mount Community get vaccinated.

Categories: University Administration
Mount St. Joseph News May 20, 2021

Heart of a Lion: Lee Ann Ernst

Through her diligence, values, and commitment to the nursing community, Lee Ann Ernst demonstrated a Heart of a Lion in the face of hardship and of victory during COVID-19.

Categories: Nursing
profile picture of jill meyer May 18, 2021

Business Courier: Cincinnati Leaders Tout Region’s Transit Expansion to Vice President Harris

Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber CEO Jill Meyer ’93, Mount St. Joseph University alum met with Vice President Kamala Harris where they discussed how transformative the Metro bus expansion will be to the region’s economy.

Categories: Media
hand holding phone with cicada app May 17, 2021

Cicada Safari App Reaches 125,000 Downloads as Citizen Scientists Await Brood X Emergence

There are at least 125,000 citizen scientists eagerly awaiting the 17-year Brood X cicadas, which is emerging in parts of 15 states as this week.

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students gathered around outside mural May 14, 2021

MSJ Art Guild Unveils Science Cicada Mural on Campus

Science meets artistic innovation in this recent development: Mount St. Joseph University’s Art Guild presents the 15-foot outdoor Science Mural, a campus collaboration located in the Japanese Garden on campus.

Categories: Art
professor holding a magnifying glass May 13, 2021

USA Today: The Indiana Jones of Cicadas Prepares for their Arrival

Entomologist Dr. Gene Kritsky, Dean of Behavioral and Natural Sciences and the "Indiana Jones" of the cicada world, recounts his interesting experiences with these insects.

Categories: Media
nurse standing in front of hospital May 11, 2021

Heart of a Lion: Charles Myers III

A passion for science and 24 years in the U.S. Armed Forces has led to what Major Charles Myers III ’19, D.N.P., C.R.N.A., believes is one of the best careers out there—nurse anesthesiology.

Categories: Doctor of Nursing
graduates giving a thumbs up to camera May 7, 2021

2021 May Commencement

Congratulations to the Mount St. Joseph University 2021 May graduates!

Categories: Student Life
two nurses monitoring sim lab patient May 6, 2021

MSJ Nursing Programs Recognized on Nursing Schools Almanac and US News and World Report

Mount St. Joseph University’s Department of Nursing programs have received high recognition on the Nursing Schools Almanac and US News and World Report.

Categories: Nursing
teacher standing outside classroom door May 4, 2021

Heart of a Lion: Erin Henwood

A passionate contributor to student success, Erin Henwood ’19 was led to the Mount’s master’s degree in special education where she discovered new perspectives to meet students’ needs.

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Mount St. Joseph News May 3, 2021

Transfer Student Q&A: Norman Roark

Transfer student Norman Roark, ’22 provides insight on the Mount’s welcoming culture that has helped him succeed in Special Education.

Categories: School of Education
social worker helping elderly woman read May 1, 2021

Local 12: What's Happening in Health: April 18, 2021

Dr. Jennifer Withrow, Ed.D., Chair, Program Director, and Assistant Professor of Sociology and Social Work was featured on the "Ask a Nurse" segment on Local 12 where she discussed social workers' involvement in the pandemic.

Categories: Media
students gathered around a table with laptops April 30, 2021

Mount Receives Service-Oriented Business Grant

On March 2, 2021, Mount St. Joseph University received a $245,000 grant from Arthur Vining Davis Foundations to advance service-oriented opportunities into School of Business programs, equipping them with servant leadership skills to become the successful leaders needed for tomorrow.

Categories: Institutional Advancement
student presenting graphic design poster thesis in front of colleagues April 29, 2021

2021 Art and Design Senior Thesis Exhibition

When walking through the San Giuseppe Art Gallery at Mount St. Joseph University, viewers will experience pulsating color palettes and cohesive brand concepts that flood the room with identity and passion, all embodied into the creative process and achievement we know as the Art and Design Senior Thesis.

Categories: School of Arts & Humanities
profile picture of lauren supe April 27, 2021

Transfer Student Q&A: Lauren Supe '22

Thinking about transferring? Transfer student and senior Lauren Supe knows this process well, making her way from a community college to the Mount. Supe answers some questions on how the MSJ Admission staff, faculty, and academic advisors made this process easy to set her up for academic success in the dual licensure program for Early Childhood Education and Special Education.

Categories: Education
student reviewing app with faculty and staff April 23, 2021

MSJ cITe Scholars Program Receives Scholarship Opportunity

Looking to add a technical edge to your skillset? Mount St. Joseph University is pleased to announce that the University has received additional $8,000 scholarships available for those interesting in joining the cITe Scholars Program.

Categories: Technology Infrastructure Services
women's basketball team gathered around lauren hill April 22, 2021

Honoring Lauren Hill on Forever 22 Day

Thousands around the nation have heard her compelling story. Today, Mount St. Joseph University celebrates the life and legacy of Lauren Hill, a remarkable young woman who made a lasting impact on Mount St. Joseph University, and the world.

Categories: Athletics
cicada on leaf April 16, 2021

CNN: Brood X is Almost Here. Billions of Cicadas to Emerge in Eastern US

Get ready for early May, when Brood X cicadas are expected to emerge from underground across the eastern US. Entomologist Dr. Gene Kritsky weighs in on their expected whereabouts.

Categories: Media
MSJ graduate standing in front of hospital April 15, 2021

Heart of a Lion: Chima John, '19

Empowered to impact patient care, MSN graduate Chima John, ’19, R.N., C.P.N., C.C.M. is an advocate for meeting healthcare needs within the hospital and beyond.

Categories: Master of Science in Nursing
professor gene kritsky standing by a desk April 13, 2021

17-Year Cicadas Emerging in Early May; Help Scientists Map the Emergence with an App

You have to hand it to cicadas; they are usually right on time.

Categories: School of Behavioral & Natural Sciences
Mount St. Joseph News April 9, 2021

MSJ Virtual Celebration of Service Luncheon

The Mount will recognize and celebrate members of the MSJ community at a virtual service luncheon for their contributions to the common good.

Categories: Service Learning
MSJ football players tackling on field April 9, 2021

Cincinnati.com: Mount St. Joseph catches spring football fever with local flavor

For the first time in school history, the MSJ Lions football team is playing their games during the spring semester.

Categories: Media
Mount St. Joseph News April 6, 2021

High School Writing Contest Held for 25th Annual Year

High school sophomores from around the tristate dive into the publishing world as they share their writing beyond the classroom and into the hands of the Mount English faculty for the 25th year.

Categories: School of Arts & Humanities
cicada buzz mascot in quad April 1, 2021

Buzz Cicada is an April Fools' Ruse; Mount St. Joseph University Not Changing Mascots

Happy April Fools' Day, Joe Lion will continue to Roar!

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Mount St. Joseph News March 31, 2021

What's the Buzz? Cicadas are Coming to Stay at Mount St. Joseph University

MSJ announces exciting new direction for athletics program, university branding.

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Mount St. Joseph News March 30, 2021

Mount Presents SONK Virtual Education Career Fair

Calling all seniors--Gearing up for graduation? Mount St. Joseph University is partnering with the SONK Education Career Fair to connect Mount teaching candidates with over 100 school districts/employers looking to share information about their company with students, including open interviews, and more.

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headshot of Chris Powers March 29, 2021

Mount St. Joseph University Appoints Vice President for Recruitment & Admission

A dedicated higher education professional for 20 years, Chris Powers, Ph.D., has been appointed as the Vice President for Recruitment & Admission at Mount St. Joseph University.

Categories: University Administration
Mount St. Joseph News March 26, 2021

Mount Launches First Online Gallery Exhibition: "Hindsight 20/20"

In the midst of a pandemic, the arts continue to be celebrated, embraced, and felt within the Mount community. "Hindsight 20/20" tells stories of reconnection, challenge, family, and faith from last year in a first-of-its-kind, online gallery exhibition.

Categories: Art
Mount faculty, staff, and students gathered in the Mosaic Center March 25, 2021

MOSAIC Cross Cultural and Inclusion Center Opens March 19 on MSJ Campus

The MOSAIC Cross Cultural and Inclusion Center has been unveiled, defining the Mount's commitment to a lasting legacy for diversity and inclusion.

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man and woman wearing masks March 23, 2021

New Hope on Horizon with Arrival of COVID-19 Vaccinations on MSJ Campus

Mount St. Joseph University has partnered with Mercy Health West to bring free COVID-19 vaccinations to campus.

Categories: Health and Wellness
Mount St. Joseph News March 18, 2021

MSJ Day of Giving

Saint Joseph is most well-known as the patron saint of fathers, families, and workers. In the spirit of Saint Joseph's Feast Day, the Mount dedicates this day to play a compassionate role of giving to its student body.

Categories: Alumni
Mount St. Joseph News March 15, 2021

March Announcement from President Dr. H. James Williams

President H. James Williams, Ph.D., provides a March update on the hope and excitement on the horizon with the production and distribution of the new vaccines, live graduation this Spring, and return to in-person classes for the Fall semester.

Categories: University Administration
Mount St. Joseph News March 11, 2021

PowerMyCareer Online Resource Prepares MSJ Graduates for Career Success

The Career and Experiential Education Center (CEEC) recommends PowerMyCareer, an easy online tool that has helped seniors and recent graduates in the past year strengthen career success through tons of interactive content.

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Mount St. Joseph News March 9, 2021

What to Expect with Covid-19 Testing

Learn what to expect with Covid-19 testing on campus.

Categories: University Administration
Mount St. Joseph News March 1, 2021

Women's Volleyball Checks in at #13 in AVCA DIII Coaches Poll

For the first time since 2008, the Mount St. Joseph University women's volleyball program is ranked in the top-25 in the nation.

Categories: Athletics
Mount St. Joseph News March 1, 2021

Transfer Student Q&A: Brittany Kirksey '21

Transfer student Brittany Kirksey, a senior in Early Childhood Education, answers some questions on how the Mount helped her achieve her transfer needs and education goals to maintain a work/life balance.

Categories: Office of Admission
Mount St. Joseph News February 23, 2021

Mount St. Joseph University Unveils Centennial Field House and Austin E. Knowlton Fitness Center

Mount St. Joseph University has formally unveiled the Centennial Field House & Austin E. Knowlton Fitness Center.

Categories: Athletics
Mount St. Joseph News February 10, 2021

MSJ Biology Professor’s Work with Wood Frogs now Being Featured in the BBC’s “A Perfect Planet” Series

Dr. Clara do Amaral's work with wood frogs is now being featured in the BBC’s “A Perfect Planet” series.

Categories: Biology
Mount St. Joseph News February 8, 2021

Passing on Life Lessons as a Volunteer

Much of my adult life has been spent in service in support of someone else.

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Mount St. Joseph News February 8, 2021

Leaving a Legacy of Love: A Valentine’s Day Reflection

Will you be one in a billion to live a life of purpose?

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Mount St. Joseph News February 8, 2021

‘I Walked Peacefully Through the Halls of the Capitol and into the Rotunda’

In the last year, we have collectively experienced many historical moments, from frontline workers and other essential employees risking their lives to fight the COVID-19 pandemic and nearly 6.6 million Americans filing for unemployment to what some may consider the most divided election in American history.

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Mount St. Joseph News February 8, 2021

Casting of Spring Play Reflects Diversity

Like many of his colleagues in the theatre world, Richard Buchanan has pondered a big question: How do we represent the diversity in the whole world: diversity in race, sexual orientation, physical ability?

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Mount St. Joseph News February 3, 2021

Brood X Cicadas to Re-emerge Across Country for First Time in 17 Years

After 17 years since the last cicada emergence in 2004, the periodical cicadas known as Brood X are returning, and Dr. Gene Kritsky weighs in on this event with Fox19.

Categories: School of Behavioral & Natural Sciences
Mount St. Joseph News January 29, 2021

Campus Wellness Update from Janet Cox, Dean of Students

With classes back in session, Janet Cox addresses the student body to emphasize the importance of following COVID-19 guidelines.

Categories: University Administration
Mount St. Joseph News January 20, 2021

MSJ On-Campus March Held for MLK Day

On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Mount St. Joseph University held a commemoration and on-campus march to honor his legacy.

Categories: Diversity and Inclusion
Mount St. Joseph News January 15, 2021

Mount St. Joseph University Receives Gift from Sisters of the Precious Blood

As our roots trace back to the Sisters of Charity, Mount St. Joseph University has been blessed to continuously partner with other faith leaders.

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Mount St. Joseph News January 11, 2021

Mount St. Joseph University Announces Dr. Erin Redle Sizemore As Chairperson of Communication Sciences and Disorders

Mount St. Joseph University is excited to announce that Erin Redle Sizemore, PhD CCC-SLP, has been named the chairperson of the Department of Communications Sciences and Disorders.

Categories: School of Health Sciences
Mount St. Joseph News January 11, 2021

January 2021 Welcome from President Williams

Coming back from the holiday break, H. James Williams, Ph.D., offers a welcome to the Mount Community and previews what should be an exciting semester at Mount St. Joseph University.

Categories: University Administration
Mount St. Joseph News January 7, 2021

MSJ President, Dr. H. James Williams Offers Message on Recent Attack on Our Democracy

President H. James Williams offers a message on yesterday’s tragic attack on our democracy.

Categories: University Administration