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Pitch Johnny 2017 Winners with Johnny Thunderbird and the Dean
Tapping the entrepreneurial spirit at St. John’s, the College of Professional Studies (CPS) launched its first Pitch Johnny Competition, allowing students to pitch their business ideas to industry professionals and compete for a grand prize.
Amanda Marie Ferrandino and her mentor Deborah Greh, Ed.D. at the BOLT Radio Station
Amanda Marie Ferrandino gave St. John’s Staten Island campus its first news “station” by launching The Bolt Productions, an online hub for podcasts and other media that students produce in the University’s Communication Arts Audio Lab.
St. John's Veteran's Day Story
Before joining the Marine Corps, David Bierwirth felt his life lacked direction. Today, the Homeland Security major at St. John’s University views his service as a life-changing experience that shaped the person he has become.
On the occasion of the Women’s Entrepreneurship week, on Tuesday, October 17, the College of Professional Studies (CPS) hosted an entrepreneurship industry panel entitled, “Changing the Game: Women Who Play to WIN” in the recently renovated CPS Multipurpose Room.
St. John's Alumna receives Miss Earth crown
As a student at St. John’s, Andreia Gibau ’17CPS was passionate about serving the local community.
September 19, 2017
Scott Mesh, Belyne Vil and Thomas Berman
Entrepreneurs have a keen ability to see what’s new, what’s now, and—more importantly—what’s next.
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Students from the College of Professional Studies saw how Google Tools can help journalists find stories, check facts and mine data at a September 14 presentation on the St. John's Queens campus. About 80 students filled the meeting space next to the Marillac cafeteria as Victoria Reitano, a certified Google News Lab trainer, used PowerPoint slides and videos in a two-hour presentation called Google Tools To Train for News Gathering and Storytelling.
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Graduate students from the M.S. in International Communication attended the International Council for Small Business 2017 Academy in Buenos Aires, Argentina and competed in their business idea pitch competition.
St. John’s University is preparing students for greater career opportunities through the launch of new graduate programs that put advanced education within reach for working adults.
Highlighting the role universities play in promoting global entrepreneurship, Katia Passerini, Ph.D., Dean, College of Professional Studies, joined a panel of business, political, and academic leaders at United Nations Headquarters in Manhattan for the International Council for Small Business, Micro-, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (MSME) Knowledge Summit Day.

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