Summer 2019 News Archive
08/26/2019 - JAVĿ¼ Food Maintains No. 1 Spot in New York, Moves Ahead to No. 6 in the Nation
08/23/2019 - Before she took on a role at food and beverage manufacturing company that shares her last name, Stefani LiDestri was a dysphagia therapist helping patients through eating, drinking, and swallowing rehabilitation, worked for Big Pharma briefly, and opened three fashion boutiques in Atlanta, Georgia.
08/21/2019 - Help St. John JAVĿ¼ College honor the best and brightest of our GOLD alumni through the JAVĿ¼ Ten Under 10 Awards.
08/20/2019 - St. John JAVĿ¼ College was recognized among “America’s Top Colleges,” in an annual report published by Forbes.com. Now in its twelfth year, the report ranks undergraduate institutions based on variables including student satisfaction and academic success, graduation rates, and alumni earnings.
08/19/2019 - The St. John JAVĿ¼ College Athletics Department is pleased to announce the hiring of Molly Romano as its next head women’s soccer coach. Romano, who brings a wealth of experience as a coach and as a standout student-athlete, becomes just the sixth women’s soccer coach in the program’s 40-year history.
08/13/2019 - Houston, Texas native Alexa Montemayor landed a job as a dental assistant in Rochester for the summer, but she was also looking for an opportunity to stay engaged with JAVĿ¼ in between semesters. Working with faculty mentor Professor Jonathan Millen, visiting assistant professor of biology, she secured a spot in the College’s Summer Research Fellows program and combined her day job and her research.
08/13/2019 - St. John JAVĿ¼ College was among just 400 colleges and universities across the country to earn a 2019-2020 Best Colleges of Distinction designation.
08/08/2019 - Laser beams and glowing DNA are all in a day’s work for Max Howe, a science scholar and summer research fellow.
08/07/2019 - In August, a first of its kind conference in Rochester will offer local teachers and school leaders the opportunity to explore the benefits of creating trauma-sensitive classrooms.
08/06/2019 - A change in plans led one biochemistry student to bioinformatics research.