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With bated breath, students from The Peter J. Tobin College of Business and the College of Professional Studies waited to hear which of the 18 teams competing in the National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC) semi-finals would advance to the finals. And the winner is…St. John’s University!
Law enforcement analysts are calling for numerous changes to the way police are trained in the wake of the death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore and the fatal police shooting of Walter Scott in South Carolina.
The Little Flower is set in the City Hall office of Fiorello H. La Guardia during his final day as three-term mayor of New York City in 1945.
Students from the International Communication program visit and study in Cuba after lift on travel restrictions.
Jeffrey Grossmann '89SVC has been appointed interim dean of the College of Professional Studies (CPS), succeeding Kathleen Vouté MacDonald, Ed.D., who had been dean since 1994.
As the proprietor of a restaurant in Hoboken, NJ, David Herling ’14CPS, ’15MS discovered that ownership entailed a wide variety of roles, including chef, manager, and even dish washer. What he didn’t expect from his time in the food services industry is that it would ultimately lead him to St. John’s University.
The Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Informatics at St. John’s University ranks first among the nation’s leading undergraduate programs in the field, according to an educational website that evaluates US colleges.
Frank A. Bolz Jr., a founder of the New York City Police Department’s (NYPD) hostage-negotiating unit, received St. John’s University’s gratitude for donating his papers and memorabilia to its College of Professional Studies.
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