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The daughter of a seamstress and a janitor, Augusta Sanfilippo ’85SVC, ’94MBA worked three jobs to put herself through SJU—where she had a life-changing experience when she happened upon the University’s computer lab.
Pharmacist Ana Martinez ’68P spent her entire career researching infectious diseases and developing vaccines to combat them, most notably HIV/AIDS. “Perhaps the most gratifying aspect of my work,” she said, “has been helping transform HIV/AIDS from a death sentence to a manageable disease.”
Excellence in online learning at St. John’s University has been recognized once again by the editors of U.S. News & World Report...
The inaugural Difference Makers certificate ceremony on December 5 was attended by 80 people including 29 students from Staten Island’s Susan E. Wagner High School and their parents at the Staten Island campus...
According to a nationwide study, the Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Master of Science in Education at St. John’s ranks eighth among the top graduate programs in the field.
As a child, Carmine P. Gibaldi, Ed.D. ’77C, ’79 M.B.A., Associate Professor of Administration and Economics, saw how much a job affects someone’s well-being.
Vanessa Naimoli ‘01C, ‘04G credits “little pieces of opportunity and kindness” with helping her build a successful career as both a research scientist and psychiatric nurse working to give others hope and opportunity to move forward.
Jeremy Ashton ’17C ‘18G came to St. John’s University from Orlando, FL in the fall of 2013 because he was offered a scholarship through the selective Ozanam Scholars Program.
The allocation makes use of the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE), a virtual system for scientists to share computing resources, data, and expertise.
Five faculty members spanning four departments have secured scholarship funding for SJU undergraduates as part of the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (S-STEM) Program.