The John P. McNulty Scholars Program
Designed for highly qualified young women who are pursuing a degree in one of the natural sciences, mathematics or computer science at Saint Joseph’s University. This challenging program provides full- and partial-tuition scholarships and a supportive environment to help bright young women become leaders who reach the highest echelons of the STEM professions.
McNulty Program graduates have gone on to pursue advanced degrees in biology, food science, mechanical engineering, materials chemistry and neuroscience at institutions including Cornell University, Georgetown University, University of Pennsylvania, University of Illinois and Johns Hopkins University.
Words From McNulty Students
McNulty Fellows, 2016-17 L-R: Mary Szurgot ’17, Natalie Barrett ’18, Kaitlyn Frankenfield ’17, Leona Ryder ’18, Brianna Amos ’17, Amelia Brown ’18, Caroline Stow ’17, Madeline Graziani ’17 Springtime may be the time to be outside, enjoying the budding trees, flowers and warmer temperatures. But with all of the sun comes a lot of […]Read More
John P. McNulty
In his professional life as in every other aspect of his life, John McNulty was a force of nature – a person overflowing with vitality, love, conviction and total commitment.