Niedzielski was among 54 members of the Class of 2025 whose first year on the Annapolis campus began with the Pritzker Promise Bridge Program, an extended orientation experience for qualified incoming students who would like additional preparation prior to the start of the academic year.
See what our summer fellows at the Academy of the Newington-Cropsey Foundation, Hastings-on-Hudson, have created. In two intensive weeks on a fully funded fellowship, Enkh-Od Batzorig (A22), Clare Collins (A22), and Monica Molina (A22) progressed through life drawings, sculpting terra cotta figures which will be cast into bronze, carving linoleum blocks for printmaking, and finishing with wood and marble carving.
When Susmi Sharma (SF21) was awarded an internship during her senior year, she sought to explore her growing interest in neuroscience and psychology. Piér Quintana, assistant director at OPPD, introduced Sharma to Dr. Taffeta Elliott (SF97), assistant professor of psychology and education at the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, known locally as New Mexico Tech.
This year marked the third year in a row of historic firsts for St. John’s College’s commencement festivities. In 2020, all graduates and their families attended commencement virtually due to the pandemic.