College of Arts and Sciences

Caley Rolt ’16

                           “I’m grateful to Saint Joseph’s for the opportunity to do so much service and find so much joy while connecting my separate passions.” By anyone’s measure, the achievements of Caley Rolt ’16, are impressive. An international relations major with minors in German and Spanish, the Westford, Massachusetts native recently received SJU’s International Relations Award…

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Ather Sharif ’16 (M.S.)

“SJU has helped me tremendously by providing me the platform and supporting my passion for web accessibility.” When he began writing code for websites, Ather Sharif ’16 (M.S.) gave little thought to accessible design. He never considered the value of creating a site that would work for every person who visited it, including those with…

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Kathleen Rodgers ’16 and Chrissy Miseo ’16

“The different teaching strategies and behavioral management techniques we use at the Kinney Center can be implemented in any elementary or special education classroom,” says Kathleen Rodgers ’16. The first class of Kinney Center for Autism Education and Support Apprentice SCHOLARS — at 12 participants — will graduate having started their Kinney experience the summer…

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Kaitlyn Martin ’16

“I will miss the faculty most. I love all of the professors who taught me.” From Staten Island, New York, Kaitlyn Martin ’16 says she always wanted to be a teacher, and her desire solidified after taking special education classes at Saint Joseph’s. Her post-graduation plans have her heading to Nashville, Tennessee, where she will…

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Pooja Patel ’16

“I  wanted to graduate early, because I knew I could reach my end goal quicker. I was always determined to be on the path to veterinary school.  It never occurred to me to do anything else.” Biology major Pooja Patel ’16 has had a singular vision since she was a young girl helping in her…

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Conor McCaney ’16

“At Saint Joseph’s, I experienced a better way of learning.” Professional and Liberal Studies grad Conor McCaney ’16 has always been interested in food science. His interest took the Cape May, New Jersey, native to the Culinary Institute of America in New York to behind the scenes at prestigious restaurants in Europe. When a friendship…

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Kristen Boyle ’16

“Study abroad in Italy was an amazing experience that pushed me to be more independent than I had ever been before.” Psychology major/art minor Kristen Boyle ’16 may have been born with a rare genetic condition that renders her legally blind, but she didn’t let that stop her from achieving a 3.9 GPA; conducting social…

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Tyler Kelley ’16

“I’ll miss the people of St. Joe’s the most. The daily social interactions here are great.” Tyler Kelley ’16 has been a forward for the Saint Joseph’s rugby team all four years of his college career. The native Philadelphian was recruited from St. Joseph’s Prep, where he was also a member of the rugby team.…

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Katryna Perera ’16

“Being the news editor of The Hawk made me realize how much I love being on my feet.” From Damascus, Maryland, Katryna Perera’s dream has been to live and work in New York City, and accordingly, she plans to pursue a master’s degree at the Columbia School of Journalism upon graduating from Saint Joseph’s. Once…

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Dan Tully ’16

“I had a great experience with the criminal justice program. I cannot speak highly enough about the faculty and staff.” Dan Tully ’16, of Holmdel, New Jersey, majored in criminal justice and had a minor in accounting. As a student, he experienced cura personalis in action. “The faculty and staff of the criminal justice program spent so…

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