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Andrew Chang, St. John's University student
“As a freshman, I knew I would get a good education, but I never dreamed I’d live all over the world. St. John’s has totally changed my life.”
“My internships, combined with my classroom education, gave me a huge head start when I launched my career. I’ve always been able to hit the ground running on the first day. Even being a woman in a male-dominated field has been no big deal because I’ve been well prepared and have proven I can do the job.”
"My interest in service began in high school. However, our service trip to Puerto Rico really gave me a new perspective on what social justice means on a global scale."
“My real calling is in academia, doing scholarly research, teaching, and inspiring students.”
“At SJU, we don’t just teach students to prepare them for an occupation or career, we teach them how to think critically and in new ways.”

With over 25 years of experience in libraries, Bridget Quinn-Carey ’93G ‘15MBA has taken the helm of the Hartford Public Library as director. Her leadership vision -- which has been...

Selina Sharmin ‘10G came to the United States from Bangladesh in 2000 and began...

“St. John’s University’s teaching programs definitely equip students with the content and practical skills needed to contribute to positive change and become successful teachers...

In August 2016, Thomas Kitts, Ph.D. Professor of English, Division of English and Speech produced John...

After receiving a prestigious Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship in 2014, Anthony Tedaldi ’10C, ’14G went on to distinguish himself once again as a...

While working full-time in the forensic biology lab at New York City’s office of the Chief Medical Examiner, Shernae Scott...

Sharell Walker ’11C, ’13MLIS decided to pursue a master’s degree in...

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