SLU School for Professional Studies News & Events
Current News Releases
The School for Professional Studies at Saint Louis University will hold an online information session for the Hospitality Management program on Tuesday, December 3. The Hospitality Management program is offered as a minor to be combined with a major in pursuit of a bachelor's degree or as a stand-alone certificate.
The School for Professional Studies at Saint Louis University has awarded 15 faculty members with the Distinguished Faculty Award. This new award recognizes the extraordinary contributions that are made by its part-time faculty in helping to fulfill the mission of both SPS and the university.
School for Professional Studies Names New Distance Learning Coordinator - September 23, 2013
Jim Bone, M.A., M.S., has been named as the new Distance Learning Coordinator for the School for Professional Studies. Bone will be responsible for seeking out new technology for online educational instruction as well as serving as a resource to faculty for online classes.
Registration is now open for individuals and teams looking to participate in SLU School for Professional Studies 5th Annual Trivia Night.
SLU School for Professional Studies Information Session Scheduled for November 12 - September 13, 2013
The School for Professional Studies at Saint Louis University will hold an information session on Tuesday, November 12. SLU for Busy Adults offers several online Bachelor's and Master's programs that are flexible, affordable and accelerated.
Matt Grawitch, Ph.D. has been invited to present on work engagement and job satisfaction at the 2013 American Psychological Association's Work & Well-Being Conference. Dr. Grawitch's presentation topic is "The Two-Pronged Approach to a Psychologically Healthy Workplace: Understanding Satisfaction and Engagement."
Jennifer L. Roberts, Ph.D. has been named as the new Assistant Chair for its Renaissance Programs in Education. The Renaissance Programs provide three teacher certification options for working adults.
Katie Devany, M.S. has been named as the new Program Coordinator and Instructor for SLU's Hospitality Management program. The hospitality program is offered as a minor or standalone certificate and is designed for working adults looking to pursue a career or enhance their skills in all aspects of the hospitality industry including restaurant management, lodging, gaming, events and tourism.
Jennifer Giancola, Ph.D., dean of the School for Professional Studies, has announced her decision to leave that position and return to the SPS faculty. Associate dean Matthew Grawitch, Ph.D., will serve as the interim dean until a permanent replacement is named.
Saint Louis University announces that the Project Management Institute (PMI), the world's largest project management member association, has named it as a Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.).
The School for Professional Studies at Saint Louis University is now accepting applications for its brand new Computer Information Systems (CIS) program. This innovative program is offered fully online and designed for working adults looking to pursue a career or enhance their skills in information technology.
The School for Professional Studies at Saint Louis University is hosting an Open House on Thursday, May 2, 2013. Those interested in earning a graduate degree from SLU are encouraged to attend. This is the perfect opportunity to meet department chairs, faculty and current students in your program of interest.
Learn more about SLU for Busy Adults - Flexible online & evening classes! The School for Professional Studies at Saint Louis University will hold an online information fair in February.
Andy Benes Speaks at Commencement - December 17, 2012
Saint Louis University's 2012 mid-year commencement speaker, Andy Benes, is a man of many accomplishments - St. Louis Baseball Cardinals pitcher and Olympic Gold Medalist to name just two - but when he stepped to the podium at SLU's Chaifetz Arena Friday, Dec. 14, he was enthusiastic about sharing some very meaningful education experiences with the assembled graduates and those attending the ceremony.