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St. John's University Professor Nicole Rice
Nicole R. Rice, Ph.D., a Professor of English at St. John’s University, has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Fellowship to complete a book-length study on the ways that medieval hospitals contributed to early English literature and culture.
John Wiley
Johnny Wiley, a Government and Politics major from Uniondale, NY, is the third St. John’s University undergraduate since 2014 to be awarded the Jeannette K. Watson Fellowship—a three-year international internship program funded by the Thomas J. Watson Foundation.
Watson Fellowship Awarded to Government and Politics Major
For the third time since 2014, a St. John’s University undergraduate has been awarded the prestigious Jeannette K. Watson Fellowship—a three-year, international internship program funded by the Thomas J. Watson Foundation.
St. John's Students and their mentors
St. John’s places a special emphasis on mentoring students. Our faculty are respected scholar-teachers who offer guidance as well as knowledge. The following students and professors exemplify the benefits of mentoring at St. John’s.
Daniel Lydon ’18G and Raymond DiGiuseppe, Ph.D.
Daniel Lydon was a freshman at the State University of New York at Albany when he chose his life’s work. “At first,” he said, “I didn’t know what I wanted to do. An introductory psychology course changed that.”
December 13, 2017
Despina Siolas, Vanessa Naimoli, and Marc A. D'Aprile
Meet three St. John’s graduates who embraced the University’s Vincentian mission of service by working to improve the health of others.
Kerr illustrates Johnson Competition
Last month, in a unique interdisciplinary collaboration, St. John's art students captured scenes from the Law School's Johnson Trial Competition