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Immigration reform based on “the unique dignity of the person” is a moral concern for all Catholics—and the only rational approach to social and economic realities in today...

“When the fellowship announcement came across my desk, the first person I thought of was Anthony,” Hyslop said. “He embodies St. John's values of excellence and service, and he’ll undoubtedly inspire students to succeed and enjoy science.”

Epsilon Kappa, the St. John’s chapter of Sigma Delta Pi, the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society, will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a series of events planned from April 2-23...

Created on April 17, 1964, Epsilon Kappa has brought to the University some of the most famous literary figures from both Spain and Latin America.
“In the competitive museum arena, an advanced degree and hands-on professional experience are necessary,” said Susan Rosenberg, Ph.D.
Even as a child, Scott Mesh ’92Ph.D. was attracted to leadership roles—as a Boy Scout, a camp counselor, even a babysitter. Today, Mesh draws upon his ability to mentor others as executive director of one of New York City’s most prominent child services agencies.
Approximately 100 students, faculty, and guests gathered in the D’Angelo Center on the Queens campus to hear him speak.

Helping bilingual stroke patients to speak again is a primary research focus for José Centeno, Ph.D., associate professor of...

Anne Dranginis, Ph.D., Professor of Biology at St. John’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, has been elected a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
St. John’s University has appointed James O’Keefe, Ph.D. ‘79SVC—a long-time professor and administrator with a distinguished record of service to New York City and alma mater—as vice provost of the Staten Island campus, effective January 1, 2014.

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