November 15, 2004
Three St. John’s University students
from The Peter J. Tobin College of Business received $5,000
scholarships from the Ernst & Young during a ceremony that took
place on November 15, 2004 on the St. John’s University Queens
Campus. Stacey L. Clark of the Queens Campus, Kristine L.
Simoneschi of the Staten Island Campus and Kimberly Savino of the
Queens Campus (left to right in photo), were recipients of the
scholarships, which are awarded based on academic achievement and
The three students, who were selected by the Department of
Accounting and Taxation’s Student Affairs Committee, are enrolled
in the graduate accounting program. Jeffrey Chin, a partner at
Ernst & Young, presented the students with their scholarships.
Ernst & Young, a global provider of outstanding professional
services, maintains an ongoing, mutually beneficial relationship
with The Tobin College of Business.
The Tobin College of Business enjoys national acclaim for
preparing students to be thoughtful, broadly educated business
leaders. With New York area campuses in Queens, Staten Island, and
Manhattan, the college provides students with exposure to many of
the largest and most successful businesses in the world. The Tobin
College was also among the first American business schools to
establish a true presence beyond U.S. shores – in Rome, Italy –
reflecting a truly global business perspective.