The first edition of Indoor Rowing Challenge in the USJ Gymnasium was held in February 2021.
On March 15, USJ and DSEDJ discussed existing and upcoming student programmes and opportunities for students to enhance their development in different aspects.
The Institute of Science and Environment of USJ has been actively running research projects focused on a broad range of environment-related topics.
In order to promote mental health awareness and well-being in the community, in line with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 3: Good health and well-being, USJ has been organising a series of activities open to the wider community.
On 19 March 2021, all Saint Joseph educational institutions held a joint mass in honour of the Year of Saint Joseph
USJ and UNUMacau Join Forces to Advance the Sustainable Development Goals in Macao and around the World
USJ and UNUMACAU signed a MOU to collaborate on innovative research projects, capacity building initiatives, knowledge exchange engagements, internship programs and other activities of mutual interest.
A symposium with the theme “Macau Social Work under Pandemic” was held to celebrate 2021 World Social Work Day.
The Faculty of Business and Law of USJ hosted a public lecture on Human Resource Planning in Public Services by Mr. Sou Chio Fai, for students of government studies and public administration in Macao.
Communication and Media students participate in workshop at the United Nations University Institute in Macau
On March 9, 2021, a group of students from the Communication and Media Bachelor programme at the University of Saint Joseph (USJ) participated in a workshop held at the UNU-MACAU.
On March 10, 2021, students from year 3 Bachelor of Social Work Programme participated in a forum at the United Nations in Macao (the UNU in Macao).
Prof. Rochelle Ge from the Faculty of Social Sciences and Education and Year 1 students of Bachelor of Education visited the Chu Kwong Center to learn how associations in Macao are involved in supporting the development of children with Special Educational Needs.