Two St. John’s University students gained more than memories after joining young Catholics from around the world at this summer’s World Youth Day—and the preceding Vincentian Youth Gathering—in Rio de Janeiro.
Two St. John’s University juniors were awarded Public Policy and International Affairs Program (PPIA) Fellowships to prepare for graduate study in the field by attending the 2013 Junior Summer Institute (JSI) at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.
For the past five years, children at an orphanage in rural Guatemala have benefited from the expertise and compassion of a St. John’s University professor who specializes in speech disorders. Nancy Colodny, Ed.D., C.C.C.-S.L.P.
Marking a transformative moment in its 143-year history, St. John’s University has unveiled a fresh branding platform and graphic identity based on the knowledge gained and stories revealed during a yearlong study of its traditions, achievements and direction.
Scholars, policymakers, and students from the Unites States and Europe explored the role that religious freedom plays in international law and politics during a two-day conference that St. John’s School of Law cosponsored in Rome, Italy.
Making their mark in class and on the playing fields and courts, St. John's University's student-athletes strive for academic and athletic excellence. We invite you to meet five who share their experiences, in their own words.
When St. John’s University’s Academic Lecture Series concluded its Spring 2013 season this month, the program had enlivened intellectual life on campus with an eclectic roster of speakers ranging from Pulitzer Prize winning writers to a popular rap musician and author.