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Located in 315 De La Roche Hall, Bona's instrumentation suite houses 12 pieces of research and teaching equipment, eight of which are newly purchased through a combination of grants, donor generosity and a partnership with Shimadzu Scientific Instruments. The instruments are utilized by students in all the sciences: physics, chemistry, and biology.
Learn more about the instrumentation suite and the research of chemistry majors Joshua Little and Madeliene Wedvik, both members of the Class of 2020
Chris and Erin Hagstrom of New York City provide financial aid for business students while carrying on the legacy of Chris’s late mother, Karen J. Hagstrom, a former St. Bonaventure graduate student.
Hunter Ehrenberg (pictured at left) is a recipient of the scholarship.
After a successful career as an executive on Wall Street and early retirement in his fifties, John Deignan, '65, a native of Long Island, has since spent his time paying it forward
Learn more about John's experiences and legacy
Mark Schmitt, '84, wasn’t always name twins with St. Bonaventure University’s basketball coach, Mark Schmidt. For 23 years, he was the only person associated with the name, and he’s still known for his dedication to serving his communities with a spin of Franciscan tradition.
Learn more about Mark and his experiences
For Margaret "Maggie" Finley, a senior strategic communication major from Long Island, N.Y., the best part of being a Bona Buddy mentor is the chance to be a positive influence in someone’s life.
Learn more about Maggie’s involvement with Bona Buddies
Cameron Hurst, a senior journalism and music double major from Jamestown, N.Y., loves to tell a good story. Throughout his time at Bona’s, Hurst has shown the power of words by reporting on the many programs of St. Bonaventure University’s Franciscan Center for Social Concern.
Learn more about Cameron’s time writing and reporting
Paul Nana Afful, born and raised in the large port city of Takoradi in the western region of Ghana, can be found six days a week at the university’s soup kitchen, the Warming House. Afful’s dedication to his volunteer work has shown how acts of kindness can be so incredibly fulfilling.
Learn more about Paul and his time at the Warming House
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