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St. John’s University will be hosting the Vincentian Summer High School Theology Institute, which is made possible by a $596,847 grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. The Institute, which will begin in July 2017, will allow high school students to experience Catholic teaching and Vincentian spirituality through the lens of social justice.
Over the course of his 22-year career in St. John’s athletics, women’s soccer coach Ian Stone has had many reasons to be proud.
SPWG was originally charged with enlisting various sectors of the University community in developing approaches to the implementation of the four strategic priorities.
The University updated its Mission Statement in October, officially characterizing itself as a “metropolitan and global university.”
St. John’s University teaches students not only to succeed as leaders in their careers and communities, but as generous citizens who make a positive difference in the world.
Curriculum Leadership Teams (CLT) Program, Cohort V continues its yearlong (8-session) professional development.
Dr. Gempesaw opened the 2015–16 academic year with his first “State of the University” address.
In recognition of his longtime commitment to service, the Suffolk branch of the Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) selected Stanley Jurgielewicz ’81SVC, ’84CBA this past fall as its 2015 Volunteer of the Year.
Members of the St. John’s community attended a research presentation by SJU doctoral candidate in school psychology, Carly Mayer, entitled, “The Science and Practice of Pet Therapy.”
Catholic Migration Services is a not-for-profit corporation that provides critical legal services and programs to immigrants in Brooklyn and Queens.