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Sharell Walker ’11C, ’13MLIS decided to pursue a master’s degree in Library and Information Science through one of the University’s nationally ranked online learning programs because it offered a unique gateway to a career she loves.
The graduate sport management program is the natural development of our long-standing and successful undergraduate program, which is one of the largest in the nation.
The American Chemical Society (ACS) Committee on Minority Affairs bestows the award on institutions or individuals that help students from underrepresented backgrounds to succeed in the chemical sciences.
Rachel Daly of women’s soccer, Thomas Hackimer of baseball, and Roberto Livi of men’s tennis were each recognized for their athletic achievement, academic excellence and commitment to community service.
In the era of "Big Data", organizations are faced with large-scale and growing data to analyze. Data at this scale requires distributed computing solutions and algorithms.
June 30, 2016
Thanks to recent legislation a St. John’s University professor helped develop, New Yorkers now have access to a rescue medication used to prevent accidental death.
June 29, 2016
It feels like it was just yesterday when I walked into P.S. 101Q The School in the Gardens for the first time.
Anna Maria Montuori ’68Ed, ’70GEd, ’82PD was nominated by her principal to receive SCOPE's Teacher Service Award “Shining Above the Rest”.