March 2017: What Is Your Go-To Movie? Recommendations from the McNulty Fellows, 2016-17

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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 rain, […]

November 2016: The Class of 2020’s Favorite Thanksgiving Recipes

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L-R: Amelia Bielefeld, Annamarie Glaser and Lindsay Miller The campus is quiet.  Classes are finished for the week.  And our thoughts turn toward the magnificent meal we will be enjoying tomorrow with family and friends.  While the food here at SJU isn’t bad at all, there is nothing like a home-cooked meal.  Especially at Thanksgiving.  […]

October 2016: Our World Travelers: An International Perspective from the Class of 2017

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L-R: Karen Medina, Jane Bukovec, Marissa Tremoglie, Sarah Cooney and Valerie Jenkins It is commonly thought that it is essentially impossible for science majors to study abroad. Between labs, which can’t be taken abroad, and meeting requirements for medical or graduate school, it’s difficult to clear a whole semester. Add a second major, a few […]

September 2016: I Know What You Did Last Summer….Class of 2019

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  L-R: Ashley Frankenfield, Elise Brutschea, Lakshmi Narayanam, Kaleigh Williams & Jamilyn Mooteb It’s quiet here on the SJU campus–and in the Science Center laboratories–while our McNulty students are away over the summer. We always wonder just what keeps them busy when they aren’t with us.  So we asked them when they returned to campus […]

May 2016: Congratulations to the McNulty Program’s Class of 2016

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L-R: Christina Mirarchi, Isabella Goodenough, Rachel Troxell, Christina Freeman, Kathleen Logan, Heidi Kurn and Courtney Hulbert Under sunny skies, our McNulty Program Class of 2016 graduated on Saturday, May 14.  We will certainly miss seeing them in the halls of the Science Center, but are eager to stay in touch and hear about all of […]

April 2016: Top 10 List of Things to Do in Philadelphia in the Spring

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by Valerie Jenkins, Jane Bukovec, Marissa Tremoglie, Karen Medina, Sarah Cooney and Courtney Hulbert McNulty Scholars Program, Class of 2017 With Saint Joseph’s University so close to Center City, South Philly, and Manayunk, we highly recommend a number of spring activities to ensure that you get outside and have fun on those STEM study breaks! […]

March 2016: These Are a Few of Our Favorite Things….about the McNulty Scholars Program

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by Kathleen Logan, Christina Freeman and Heidi Kurn McNulty Scholars, Class of 2016 As seniors, we have had four wonderful years at Saint Joseph’s University. The honor of being McNulty Scholars has helped make that possible. Here are some of our favorite things about being a McNulty Scholar: The McNulty Program provided an immediate immersion […]

February 2016: Our Favorite “Headstrong” Women

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by Christina Mirachi ’16, Mary Szurgot ’17, Isabella Goodenough ’16, Rachel Troxell ’16 and Anjni Patel ’17 McNulty Fellows, 2015-16 As we begin a new semester and a new calendar year, we’re seeking inspiration to help make this our best year yet.  We had the opportunity to read and discuss Rachel Swaby’s non-fiction work Headstrong: 52 […]

December 2015: Thoughts on Intellectual Curiosity

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by Abigail Sweetman, Marisa Egan and Shelley Donaldson McNulty Scholars, Class of 2018 It’s the holiday season, and we’ve got one week to go before we’re back home with our friends and family, answering this one question countless times: “What are you studying?” This is usually a one-word answer, but as we use our learning […]

November 2015: A Call to Action–If We Could Bring About a Change for Women, What Would It Be?

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by Jane Bukovec, Sarah Cooney, Courtney Hulbert, Valerie Jenkins, Karen Medina and Marissa Tremoglie McNulty Scholars Program Class of 2017 Last week, the film Suffragette, depicting the women’s suffrage movement in Britain, was released.  The powerful film highlights the importance of the vote and the changes it allowed women to make in their lives, as […]