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Celebrating the historic contributions of African Americans, Black History Month at St. John’s University’s Staten Island campus began with a presentation by civil rights advocate and leader Rev. Demetrius Carolina, Ph.D.
Reflecting the University’s commitment to student success in the classroom and on the field, two of St. John’s premier undergraduate sports figures are recipients of the BIG EAST Scholar-Athlete of the Year award.
While walking through the principal’s office of Ralph R. McKee Career and Technical Education High School in Staten Island, NY, Robert Fanuzzi, Ph.D., associate professor of English and associate provost for academic affairs at St. John’s University, noticed several flyers promoting science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) research competitions.
St. John’s University celebrates Black History Month (BHM) this year by presenting a varied series of programs highlighting the artistic, cultural, and intellectual achievements of African Americans—and their central role in US history.
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.
St. John’s graduate Kathryn Smith ’07CPS made sports history on January 20 when the Buffalo Bills appointed her as the NFL’s first female full-time coach.
Jay Nathan, Ph.D., tenured professor of management at the Tobin College of Business, St. John's University, received his second Fulbright Senior Specialist Scholar Award to Mongolia this past year from the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board and the Council for International Exchange of Scholars.
St. John’s School of Risk Management (SRM), part of the University’s Tobin College of Business, honored Prem Watsa, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited, as the “2015 Insurance Leader of the Year”.
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.

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