Success Stories

Clark has been selected to serve as a consultant to the Committee on International Justice and Peace for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.
I was a 19-year-old studying criminal justice with students in their 30s and 40s, who were already established, and had been through what was coming for me,” he said. “I developed focus and became more mature. I also started making contacts.”
The journey of Soribel Genao, Ph.D. ’03CPS brought her from the low-income Manhattan neighborhood of her youth to her current success as a noted educator.

Paul Torre ’87CBA is the executive vice president of ASTOne, a division of American Stock Transfer and Trust Company (AST). ASTOne provides strategic advisory consulting and proxy...

Having received recognition for excellence in teaching and research, Sylwia Gornik-Tomaszewski, D.B.A., C.M.A., C.F.M., often credits her success to the quality of her students. “They...

Alumnus and Adjunct Professor Helps Families Adapt to Common Core
As the son of a retail pharmacy owner, Simerdeep Singh Gupta ’10GP, ’14Ph.D., always knew he wanted to pursue a career in the field.
Since traveling from India to study at St. John's University's College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Rishil Kathawala '14 Ph.D. has experienced an education beyond academics.
Pedro Alfonso ’15C
Pedro Alfonso ’15C adapts easily to new places. In fact, when the Los Angeles, CA, native learned he was accepted to St. John’s University, his mother bought him a plane ticket to New York to see if he could handle a weekend in the city alone.
Alice Pope, Ph.D., is highly valued at two universities—St. John’s, where she is an associate professor of psychology; and Pennsylvania State University, where she is one of three new members of the board of trustees.

Phyllis Zagano ’90G has made women’s issues in the Catholic Church her life’s work. Now the acclaimed Catholic scholar has added the...

Melissa Mowry, Ph.D., associate professor of English, received the 2013–14 James L. Clifford Prize for her article, “Past Remembrance of History: Aphra Behn’s The Widdow Ranter, or How the Collective Lost Its Honor.”

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