For General Track, click here.
All 5th and 6th year Pharm.D., senior toxicology, senior allied
health professions and graduate students with a 3.0 GPA or
higher in the College are eligible to participate.
Student selection will be conducted by the Office of The Dean.
Requirements include completion of the application, submission of
the cover letter and a resume.
Student participants of the program have the opportunity to receive
a scholarship in memory of St. John’s University alumni Congressman
Joseph P. Addabbo ’46L, ’84HON. To apply for scholarship
consideration students will be required to submit an essay as
indicated on the scholarship application form. Essay topics, review
of essays and selection of scholarship recipients are determined by
the Washington, DC Alumni Chapter Program Committee. The
scholarship is awarded based upon the availability of funds
specifically designated for this scholarship. You must clarify with
the Office of Financial Aid to see if you are eligible to receive
The program runs from Wednesday, October 16 through Friday, October
18, 2013. More details to follow.
Bus transportation to and from the Queens campus is provided. The
trip allows student participants ample time to become acquainted
with one another and ensures that everyone is arriving at the same
Overnight accommodations are provided for Wednesday evening. Room
assignments will be determined by student request (only same gender
rooms are available).
Washington, DC Alumni
With over 1,900 members, the St. John’s University Washington, DC
Alumni Chapter is the largest chapter outside the New York
metropolitan area. The current lead chapter coordinator is Laura
Cranston, R.Ph. ’84P, Executive Director, Pharmacy Quality
Alliance, Inc. and a member of the St. John’s University Board of