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The entire St. John’s University community extends a warm welcome to our new president, Conrado "Bobby" Gempesaw, Ph.D., who began his tenure July 1.
Shama Ams ’14C is heading to England this summer for graduate study at Cambridge University as St. John’s first Marshall Scholarship recipient.
Memories of days gone by took center stage as alumni who were celebrating or had already celebrated the 50th Anniversary of their graduation turned back the clock at the recent St. John’s University Jubilarian Society Dinner.
One of the hallmarks of any great educational institution is the success achieved by its graduates. At St. John’s University, that success is reflected in the Annual Alumni Convocation, a prestigious event in which a group of the University’s most notable alumni are honored for their exceptional personal and professional achievements.
No one is too young to make the world better, a goal worth pursuing even amid the most formidable odds, Hugh Evans, CEO of the Global Poverty Project, told students on May 18 at St. John's University’s 144th Commencement Exercises, where more than 2,200 undergraduate degrees were conferred.
More than 150 students displayed their own research at the Student Poster Session, where topics ranged from the ethics of pharmaceutical marketing to African traditional medicine and western biomedicine.
Arizona-native Trevor Farland ’17C traveled more than 2,200 miles to attend St. John’s University. Now, through the highly selective Jeannette K. Watson Fellowship he has been awarded, Farland will work as an intern at influential global organizations in New York and the Middle East.
Carmen Fariña, chancellor of New York City’s Department of Education (DOE), shared her goals for the nation’s largest school district with an audience of more than 200 people when she delivered St. John’s University’s 2014 Carol Gresser Forum Lecture at The Cooper Union’s historic Great Hall in lower Manhattan on April 16.

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