Before entering SJC Long Island as a freshman, Daniel Rosaano ’20, a mathematics major, was homeschooled from kindergarten through 12th grade.
Through his passion for teaching, Thomas Petriano, Ph.D., explores with his students how religion addresses the great questions of life.
This spring on June 8 SJC Brooklyn will commemorate the five decades of memories made in the current Dillon Child Study Center building with celebratory events.
The Winston Foundation, Inc. continued to help fund the nursing simulation labs at SJC Long Island in 2017 and 2018, allowing nursing students to hone their skills.
With funding from a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Violence Against Women, SJC hired a project coordinator for its prevention, intervention and advocacy programs.
Michael Miner spent his summer riding a bicycle through Silicon Valley, California — with mountains and the San Francisco Bay on the horizon — peddling to get experience in research…
GRATITUDE — It’s the ONE word St. Joseph’s College President Donald R. Boomgaarden, Ph.D., used to describe his experience when asked to reflect on his first year as head of…
Elena Governale O’Sullivan ’81 and husband Michael O’Sullivan ’82, who met at SJC Brooklyn, both donate regularly to help maintain and support the College.
The 1941 St. Joseph’s College graduate Loretta Dittenhoefer said she’s always had a “natural bend” for numbers and equations. To her, math is greater than other studies because an equation can only have one right answer.