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Vanessa Naimoli ‘01C, ‘04G credits “little pieces of opportunity and kindness” with helping her build a successful career as both a research scientist and psychiatric nurse working to give others hope and opportunity to move forward.
A team of undergraduate Tobin College of Business students took first place at the Federal Reserve Bank’s National College Fed Challenge final competition, representing St. John’s University on Tuesday, November 8, 2016.
The Difference Makers program will conclude on December 5, 2016 with a reception and certificate presentation on St. John’s Staten Island campus.
Jeremy Ashton ’17C ‘18G came to St. John’s University from Orlando, FL in the fall of 2013 because he was offered a scholarship through the selective Ozanam Scholars Program.
St. John's University held Veteran’s Day events on both the Queens and Staten Island campuses in November to honor the men and women who fight and protect our country and the freedoms we cherish.
The goal of the SAFE Program is to provide first-year students at the Queens campus with mentors that can help them successfully transition from high school to college.
Los Angeles, CA, native Mikayla Torres ’18C was excited to come to St. John’s to study government and politics, but she didn’t fully acclimate to life at SJU until she made her way to the University Writing Center.
Mia Ross, a Master's student at St. John's International Communication program attended the annual Global Fusion conference on global media and communication research, this year held at Temple University from October 21-23.