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In pursuit of continued academic excellence and student success, St. John’s has appointed three respected scholars with extensive records of leadership in higher education to head major divisions of the University.
Undergraduate students participate in research and gain valuable experience in the application of skills learned in their majors to real world projects.
Team USA fencer Daryl Homer ’13CPS took home the silver medal for men's individual saber at the 31st Summer Olympiad in Rio De Janeiro, making him the first Red Storm alumnus to claim a medal since the 2008 games in Beijing.
The graduate sport management program is the natural development of our long-standing and successful undergraduate program, which is one of the largest in the nation.
In the era of "Big Data", organizations are faced with large-scale and growing data to analyze. Data at this scale requires distributed computing solutions and algorithms.
A growing number of organizations are incorporating behavioral assessments as part of their hiring and employee development processes. In 2012, Assistant Professor Dr. David P. Hedlund began administering DISC behavioral assessments to students in his sport management classes at St. John’s University. The program has since been expanded and the MPS in Sport Management program at SJU is one of the first to use DISC assessments with all of its students.
In March 2016, Six CPS students were sponsored by the College of Professional Studies to attend the MLB Diversity Business Summit: 4 graduate students and 2 undergraduate students. The MLB Diversity Business Summit is the premier sports employment conference and supplier diversity trade fair.
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).

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