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An Academic Research Enhancement Award (AREA) in the amount of $396,000 was recently granted to Huizhong Xu, Ph.D.
The University updated its Mission Statement in October, officially characterizing itself as a “metropolitan and global university.”
Curriculum Leadership Teams (CLT) Program, Cohort V continues its yearlong (8-session) professional development.
In recognition of his longtime commitment to service, the Suffolk branch of the Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) selected Stanley Jurgielewicz ’81SVC, ’84CBA this past fall as its 2015 Volunteer of the Year.
"I never really considered any option other than education. I loved the school environment."
The New York Times published a letter from Professor Jeff Sovern recently on debt collection and arbitration.
A recent federal court decision could bolster the Washington Redskins’ legal case to keep the registered trademarks to their name. Professor Jeremy Sheff, director of the St. John's Intellectual Property Law Center, weighs in on the implications of the ruling, which struck down part of a law that let the government reject trademarks it deemed offensive or disparaging to others.
Members of the St. John’s community attended a research presentation by SJU doctoral candidate in school psychology, Carly Mayer, entitled, “The Science and Practice of Pet Therapy.”
CSI has been active on campus for the past three years, with this year’s celebration in D’Angelo Center serving as our third annual induction ceremony.
Crystal Montalvo ’07CPS, ’10G credits the service in which she engaged while studying at St. John’s University as the foundation for a career rooted in the ideals of the Vincentian Mission.

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