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On May 18, 2017, St. John’s Law hosted the Sixth Annual Law School Access to Justice Conference.
St. John’s University received recognition from Most Reverend Nicholas DiMarzio, Ph.D., D.D., Bishop of Brooklyn, NY, and the New York Blood Center for making significant donations during the Diocese of Brooklyn’s 2016 Blood Drive Campaign.
A new St. John’s University teacher-preparation initiative that bridges the gap between course and field work is one of the top-four clinically based undergraduate programs in the nation, according to the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education.
Proudly wearing green—and red—more than 120 St. John’s students, faculty, and alumni marched up Fifth Avenue behind the University’s banner at New York City’s 257th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
“Being a student means learning from every situation—and from the people around you,” said Amber Hatcher ’18C about a recent trip St. John’s University’s Debate Society (SJUDS) took to five tribal colleges in Montana, where they helped students strengthen their skills at public speaking, deliberation, and advocacy.
For Lorin Kruzynski ’17TCB, serving those in need has played a valuable role in her St. John’s education.
St. John’s University President Conrado “Bobby” Gempesaw, Ph.D., recently presented independent research at the University Leadership Summit held in Palm Beach, Florida.
“Winter Carnival really helps me get in the holiday spirit, and I definitely needed a break like this with finals coming up,” said Natalie Nagarayeva ’21Pharm.D.
University president focuses on St. John’s efforts to reduce costs and be more accessible, affordable, and accountable.
Conrado “Bobby” Gempesaw, Ph.D., President of St. John’s University, recently addressed a meeting of the New York Academy of Public Education (NYAPE). Established in 1912, the New York Academy of Public Education is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement and progress of urban education.