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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 science majors from across the New York-area presented their scholarly work at the 62nd Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium (URS).
More than 200 St. John’s University faculty, administrators, alumni, and friends gathered at the New York Hilton Hotel on April 28 to celebrate the career of educator Jerrold Ross, Ph.D., who retires this year as Dean of The School of Education.
St. John’s University hosted its First Annual Conference on Forced Labor Slavery/Sustainable Consumption on the Queens, NY, campus.
Art and design majors at St. John’s spent their senior year creating works in a variety of media for display in the 2014 BFA Thesis Exhibition, “In Defense Of,” at the Dorsky Gallery.
On Saturday, May 3, 2014, students from the TCB sophomore and senior management classes presented their consulting projects to executives and Board members of Advancement Matters and the Interfaith Nutrition Network.
Raising on-campus awareness of a growing medical need, aspiring pharmacists from St. John’s University’s Student College of Clinical Pharmacy (SJU-SCCP) and Student Society of Health-Systems Pharmacy (SSHP) organized an organ donation drive on the Queens campus.
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.
The Great Lawn of St. John’s Queens, NY, campus came alive with activity as the University recently hosted two of its annual celebrations–Spring Fling and the Alumni Great Lawn Party.
An internet-based service application that increases efficiency for trade shows and a martial arts afterschool program were among the business ideas being pitched by budding entrepreneurs who competed for $16,000 in prizes during this year’s Fifth Annual James and Eileen Christmas Business Plan Competition and Expo on Saturday, April 5, 2014 from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm in the D’Angelo Center, Queens Campus.

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