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Joining the growing roster of fellow students who have earned the prestigious award, a 2011 St. John’s graduate has received a Fulbright Scholarship to spend the next academic year teaching, volunteering and conducting research in the Dominican Republic before heading to medical school.
Professor Jeff Sovern pens New York Times letter to the editor in response to an article on the illegality of doctors displaying photos of babies they delivered.
Of New York schools providing figures, St. John's saw the greatest jump. By late July, the school had received 2,840 applications, more than a 14 percent increase over last year's 2,483.
The Fulbright recipients are here for three weeks to strengthen their English-language skills and knowledge of US culture through The Language Connection (TLC) at St. John’s.
Over 160 participants, including more than 90 St. John’s alumnae, gained insights into health and well-being issues at a recent Women and Wellness event at the D'Angelo Center on the University’s Queens campus.
The Legal Apprentice features articles about legal cases written from multidisciplinary perspectives.
Meng Xu ‘16 came to St. John’s knowing that she wanted to pursue a career in intellectual property law. By the end of her first year, she had earned a strong academic record, including membership on the St. John’s Law Review. Adding to Meng’s impressive achievements, this month, Dean Michael A. Simons awarded her the New York Intellectual Property Law Association’s (NYIPLA) Hon. Giles S. Rich Diversity Scholarship.
Michael Perino, the Dean George W. Matheson Professor of Law at St. John's, weighs in that it's unlikely Barclays will succeed in its motion to dismiss the case alleging that the bank lied to its clients about the activity of high-speed traders in its "dark pool," in part because the NY attorney general's burden of proof is much less than what would be required by federal law.
Religious freedom is a “fundamental right of man, reflecting his highest dignity” and “an indispensible condition for fully realizing human potential.”
Over 100 people gathered at the Queens Campus of St. John’s University to view the film Geraldine Ferraro: Paving the Way on Monday, July 21 with filmmaker Donna Zaccaro. Ferraro’s legacy and impact transcends generations as witnessed by the audience, which was comprised of St. John’s students, local elected officials, residents of Queens and contemporaries of the political trailblazer.

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