More Information >>

All News

Displaying all posts for: College of Professional StudiesView all news »
At 17 years old, two Maryland high school students took action against the cycle of poverty that traps many young people in their families’ hometown of Bali Nyonga, Cameroon.
Anthony Salcito, Vice President of Worldwide Education at Microsoft, spoke at St. John's University about “The Future of Work” as part of a symposium sponsored by the Graduate Program in International Communications of the College of Professional Studies (CPS).
Reflecting the University’s focus on forming partnerships with academic institutions worldwide, a contingent of St. John’s faculty members and graduate students spent Spring Break teaching international law, entrepreneurship, and library science at a cultural center in Cuba.
As the spring semester began, the College of Professional Studies (CPS) at St. John’s welcomed students, faculty, and staff to its new home on the second floor of St. Augustine Hall at the Queens, NY, campus.
Taking a first-hand look at the social and cultural impact of global development, 12 St. John’s graduate students joined their professor for a winter intersession in India, touring villages, attending a symposium at a local college, and visiting ancient historic sites.
The upgrade is part of St. John’s plan to create separate, enhanced quarters for CPS and TCB, which had shared space in Bent Hall for nearly 35 years.
Fifteen students from St. John’s Staten Island campus spent early January 2016 in Paris, France, where they learned about international efforts to combat terrorism with a University professor who has extensive law enforcement experience.
Dr Enver Hoxhaj has been a key politician and diplomat for the past ten years in Kosovo. Currently, he is the Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the Parliament of Kosovo, where he leads Kosovo’s parliamentary diplomacy.
The team placed first in the nation for its marketing communications plans book and third overall.

Pages