College of Arts and Sciences

Cyndi Wilson ’16

“The academics at St. Joe’s, especially in the sciences, are very challenging. A + P and neuroscience were some of my hardest classes, but they prepared me for grad school.” As a utility player for the softball team, Cyndi attributes “coffee, and a very regimented schedule” to her ability to get her class assignments and…

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Chris Diehl ’16

“St. Joe’s has provided me ample opportunities to develop and grow as a student, friend and an individual, and I can never repay the University for that.”                                                                                                                   Chris Diehl is an English and theology major from Dedham, Massachusetts, who also carries a minor in Faith-Justice studies. Committed to serving others, Chris will join ACE…

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Gregory Turner ’16 (EMBA)

“The EMBA program has driven me to be a better person, corporate citizen and decision maker.” Gregory Turner’16 of Ardmore, Pennsylvania, is graduating from Saint Joseph’s Executive MBA program this May. Currently a supervisor of global fund accounting for The Vanguard Group in Malvern, Gregory is a member of a diverse cohort of professionals in this year’s…

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Nicole Enderica ’16

“I like the way the communication profs make me think. They don’t tell us what to do — they give us the tools to figure it out on our own.” From Guayaquil, Ecuador, Nicole Enderica is a trilingual communication studies major with minors in French and advertising and promotion. Nicole was a Beautiful Social fellow,…

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Nathan L’Etoile ’16

“The diversity of thought that St. Joe’s encourages is necessary to get accepted into med school.” Nathan L’Etoile, a senior biology major with minors in chemistry and music, from Vienna, Virginia, will attend Thomas Jefferson University in the fall for medical school. In addition to his research with Christina King Smith, Ph.D., chair and professor of…

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Kelsey Haberin ’16

“I’m terrified and excited to begin the Disney College Program.” Kelsey Haberin ’16, a communication studies major from Pennington, New Jersey, has been accepted into the Disney College Program. The program offers networking opportunities with Disney leaders and personal and career development classes. Kelsey will work in attractions with tasks including anything from operating rides to…

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Christina Mirarchi ’16

“I was inspired to become a teacher by my service learning science outreach at Gompers.” Christina Mirarchi 16, a biology major from West Chester, Pennsylvania, will be participating in ACE ND beginning in August. During the program, she will receive her master’s in education and teach middle school science and religion in Atlanta, Georgia in…

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