All News

Displaying all posts for: AlumniView all news »
“I’m pleased to report that, in a time of great challenge for all law schools, we are thriving. Applications are up, student credentials are up, bar passage is up, career placement is up, and alumni giving is up. In short, St. John’s Law is on the rise.” This was the heartening message that Dean Michael A. Simons shared recently with St. John’s Law alumni in his annual fall update letter.
Looking for a place to stay on your next trip? There’s Airbnb. Need a ride downtown? Uber, Lyft, or Sidecar can get you there. Care to let the world know what you’re doing at any given moment? You can Tweet, Pin, and post to your heart’s content. As widely reported in Forbes, The New York Times, and other news outlets recently, the sharing economy is here and is on the rise.
St. John’s University’s 17th Annual President’s Dinner drew nearly 900 alumni, friends, faculty, students, and administrators.
This October, St. John’s University’s School of Risk Management, Insurance, and Actuarial Science teamed up with global consulting firm Protiviti to conduct a joint-study regarding U.S. insurance companies and the changes to risk management practices as they prepare for 2015 Own Risk and Solvency Assessment (ORSA) requirements.
More than 125 alumni gathered on the Queens campus for the 57th Annual Lewis Avenue Reunion, which included Mass in St. Thomas More Church and brunch in the D’Angelo Center.
On Wednesday, October 15, 2014, members of the St. John’s University Retirees Association gathered at St. Thomas More Church to celebrate the 2014 Fall Retirees Luncheon.
St. John’s University’s School of Risk Management, Insurance and Actuarial Science (SRM) recently collaborated with the International Insurance Society (IIS) to analyze global risk management and insurance education in a rapidly expanding market. The Collegiate Education in Risk Management and Insurance Globally: Past, Present and Future study, authored by SRM faculty member Dr. W. Jean Kwon, calls for a need to increase the quality and broaden accessibility to risk management and insurance education programs worldwide.
Charged with robbery, grand larceny, and assault, but maintaining his innocence, Kalief Browder spent more than a thousand days confined on Rikers Island awaiting a trial that never took place.
It's the underdog of United States currency that was first introduced in 1862. Shunned by many merchants, beloved by collectors of U.S. Bicentennial mementos, the $2 bill is making a comeback of sorts these days in the hands of hip hop stars, pop musicians, former presidents, and average citizens nationwide. Quietly behind the scene of the resurgence is Steven J. Reisman '90.
Women in business face the unique challenge of juggling a successful home life while simultaneously excelling in the professional world.