Success Stories

Making Finance Meaningful: Tobin Professor Applies Theories to Reality
When Anthony Sherland ’11MS first learned about the master’s degree program in biotechnology at St. John’s University, he thought it was the ideal path to realizing his professional goals.

After earning an undergraduate degree in pharmacy in his native India, Rishi Mahajan ’09MS looked forward to attending a leading graduate program in the field. He decided he would find what...

Robert Tillman, Ph.D.

Robert Tillman, Ph.D., has devoted his academic and professional career to studying, in his words, “crimes of greed, not need." As...

Stacey Thomas, a student in the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, is well into her challenging six-year program of study toward a Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree.
The close bond between the two schools made St. John's the perfect next step in continuing her education, and when she received the offer of a Presidential Scholarship, her decision was clear.
Della Rao, from Levittown, Long Island, was blessed to be raised in a family that encouraged her to pursue her scholastic goals.
Sai Phyo, class of 2015, is an international student from Burma majoring in biology. He came to the United States in the fall of 2011 to pursue his dream: to become a pediatrician.
Sai Phyo, class of 2015, is an international student from Burma majoring in biology. He came to the United States in the fall of 2011 to pursue his dream: to become a pediatrician.
For Patrick, it was the potential of independence and promise of diversity that brought him to St. John’s. What made him stay, however, was the Honors Program’s unique approach to education.
This eco-friendly 19 year old loves to farm, cook, and eat responsibly — and of course, her favorite section in the New York Times is the Wednesday dining section.
St. John’s draws students in from all over the world, and Elise decided to attend St. John’s for this reason.

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