Alexandra F Ruiz, M.A. ’18
Adjunct Professor History Department
The Data Science Institute Outreach Coordinator
Coordinator & Academic Advisor of the Professional Hybrid Program
With a specialization in military and medieval European history and a deep interest in ancient history, Alexandra has made it her mission to bring sociological perspectives into the study of history by integrating the study of demographics and other aspects into her lectures.
As an Adjunct Professor of the History Department and Data Science Institute, Alexandra brings her knowledge of military and medieval European history to the forefront. She is known for her engaging lectures that are intertwined with odd tidbits of history that she likes to call in the classroom “weird history” and her ability to connect the past to the present in meaningful ways. Her particular expertise in demographics and statistical analysis also allows her to explore the social and economic factors that have shaped historical events.
In her free time, she enjoys reading historical fiction/non-fiction, painting, singing, traveling, writing and exploring the cultural heritage of her home state of New Jersey.
Career & Accomplishments
•B.A. History & Sociology (2018) Saint Peter’s University
•M.A. History (2020) Seton Hall University
•Member of Alpha Kappa Delta
•Member of Phi Alpha Theta
•Member of the Golden Key International Honour Society
•Saint Peter's University History Cappelluti Medal for outstanding scholastic achievement and extraordinary dedication and service
•Saint Peter's University John F. Wrynn, S.J. Award for best Senior History Thesis
•UNESCO Cultural Center Award for the ANLMI Documentary “An Evening with Ernest M. Hemingway” which resulted in the City of Miami officially proclaiming July 21st as "Ernest M. Hemingway Day”.