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Class of 2017
World Championship Salsa Dancer
Brianna chose St. Francis College for the small classes and family atmosphere. Her major in Physical Education is preparing her for a life teaching others.
It's one way she wants to share her skills and experience as a professional salsa dancer.
Class of 2018
BS/MS in Accounting
“I look up to my professors tremendously, especially my accounting professors. They have given me so much guidance already in helping me understand what I need to do to achieve my goals. ”
Class of 2019
MFA in Creative Writing
Since earning his B.A. in English from St. Francis in 2012, Jones made a living mainly through jobs related to boats, including at Cadell Dry Dock, one of the last remaining shipyards in New York City. He also taught in the Maritime Technology Program at Kingsborough Community College. This fall, he will instruct SFC undergraduates as an adjunct faculty member in the English department.
Assistant Professor | Biology
Dr. Ruiz taught biology at Yeshiva University, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and New York University before joining St. Francis College. Her research is focused on microbiota and the immune system. She’s also interested in developing new and innovative pedagogical strategies to improve learning outcomes for undergraduate students interested in pursuing STEM fields. Meet our faculty
Amal Hawari '19 started a full-time job at Group Nine Media after graduation, building on a internship she started there her senior year at St. Francis College.
U.S. Representative Nydia M. Velázquez (D-NY 7th District) is the first guest in Reflections of a Life in Public Service, a new discussion series between Miguel Martinez-Saenz, President of St. Francis College, and local elected officials and other leaders.
Incoming St. Francis College science students got a jump start on some of the College's toughest STEM classes, at a multi-day bootcamp to prepare them for Biology, Organic Chemistry, and Anatomy and Physiology courses they will take this fall.
Five St. Francis College students spent two weeks in Brazil studying that country's economics, politics and society.