St. John's University New York Campuses Closed

Due to the icing and unsafe driving conditions, all St. John's University's New York campuses will close today, Thursday, March 5.

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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.
The Legal Apprentice features articles about legal cases written from multidisciplinary perspectives.
The program recognizes the changes that “big data” has brought to virtually every industry.
Tina Iverson '95C, associate professor of pharmacology at Vanderbilt University's School of Medicine, addressed students and faculty in St. John’s Women in Science (WIS) program at a year-end meeting held May 2 at the Queens campus.
“The 12 Days of Christmas” is a holiday classic, but for young alumna Theresa Hynes ’13CPS, it means so much more.

Like many New Yorkers in the 1980s, John Maroon ’87SVC was a big fan of St. John’s University basketball. So it comes as no surprise that when it was time for him to go to college,...

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