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From Rome, President Gempesaw talks St. John’s Vincentian Mission with EWTN, Global Catholic Television
On a recent visit to St. John’s University’s Rome, Italy, campus, President Conrado “Bobby” Gempesaw, Ph.D., had the opportunity to discuss the University’s enduring Vincentian mission and the unique experiential learning that takes place at St. John’s, known as academic service-learning, with Juliet Linley, Vatican Correspondent for EWTN, the Global Catholic Television Network which broadcasts in 140 countries.
Castle Hotel Adare Manor, Ireland
Starting in spring 2018, St. John’s students can experience Ireland through the addition of historic Limerick as one of the three European cities included in the University’s popular Discover the World: Europe program.
Hospitality students in Assisi, Italy
Embracing the opportunities afforded by an increasingly global society, St. John’s has strengthened the undergraduate and graduate student learning experience by offering more study abroad opportunities at every level of instruction.
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Graduate students from the M.S. in International Communication attended the International Council for Small Business 2017 Academy in Buenos Aires, Argentina and competed in their business idea pitch competition.
When six St. John’s undergraduates joined Konrad Tuchscherer, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Director of Africana Studies, on a two-week trip through Cameroon in May, they not only got an inside look at the country of more than 23 million, they saw firsthand the benefits of experiential learning.
As six St. John’s University students ascended the 6,500 foot Mount Mbapit in Cameroon this past summer, they laughed recalling the requirement to train with intense cardio in the SJU Fitness Center before joining the study abroad trip.
July 18, 2017
With our Global Passport program, students can study in Rome or Paris during freshman year.
May 2, 2017
While her classmates continued their studies at St. John’s Law, Caroline Fish '18 spent the semester interning at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands.
Barbadian filmmaker Lisa Harewood has dedicated many of her professional efforts to accurately depicting the Caribbean experience. She presented her latest effort, a 16-minute film entitled Auntie, at St. John’s University’s Queens, NY, campus this spring.

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