Morocco. France. Spain. While you may not be able to hop on a plane and travel around the world right now, you can bring the world to your very own…
Kestrel Perez, Ph.D., is reeling students into the field of marine science. Dr. Perez, a marine scientist and an associate professor of biology at SJC Brooklyn, constantly has students conducting…
SJC Long Island’s Gabriella Marino, recipient of the prestigious Gilman Scholarship, arrived in Italy to begin studying at Florence University of the Arts.
From celebrating its 100th graduating class to the College’s first-ever Giving Day and I💛SJC Week, St. Joseph’s 2019 was historic in more ways than one.
Students, faculty and staff learned about the College’s 2019 global excursions Friday, Oct. 18, during the fifth annual Study Abroad Conference.
Zachary Morales ’20 studied abroad in France — learning more about the place his family comes from — as part of a spring 2019 faculty-led program.
Professor Norma Mallia had a special knack for engaging her students in foreign language and culture. Roseann Quinn, an SJC Brooklyn Class of 1969 graduate, and one of Mallia’s students,…
Before we fully embrace 2019, we’re saying goodbye to 2018 with a recap of some of St. Joseph’s College’s important moments throughout the past year.
Learn more about St. Joseph’s College’s study abroad trips in spring 2019 to Oxford, France, South Africa and Costa Rica.
Two SJC Long Island alumnae traveled to China July 9–21 to lead a teachers’ training course for Chinese English teachers.