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

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

How did you first become involved with service at St. John’s?

I started participating even before I began my freshman year. I got an e-mail about the Rendu Service...

Did you engage in service before coming to St. John’s?

I was very involved in service when I was younger, both in high school and in my parish. I went to St. Mary...

Why did you choose to become active in service?

I have my mother to thank for that. Her philosophy was ‘Charity starts at home.’ She instilled in me that no...

Donya Nasser ’15C said recently about her work as a US Public Delegate to the UN Commission on the Status of Women.

For Dylan Kitts ’13C, St. John’s University provided the academics, faculty...

Laura Giunta ’09G brings the community spirit she experienced at St. John’s University into her role as a children’s librarian at the ...

Amid ongoing public conversations about the value of doctoral degrees in the humanities to fields outside academia, Christopher Hellstrom ’15D.A. is living proof that, with an open mind and...

Community artist Iandry Randriamandroso ’04C came to St. John’s University in search of academic opportunities he could not find in his native Madagascar. Today, he credits SJU with...

The disease leishmaniasis poses a major public health problem for developing countries in the tropics and subtropics. It usually presents as skin lesions, but can also affect the liver and spleen...

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