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Melissa Mowry, Ph.D., associate professor of English, received the 2013–14 James L. Clifford Prize for her article, “Past Remembrance of History: Aphra Behn’s The Widdow Ranter, or How the Collective Lost Its Honor.”
Over 200 students, scholars, and adoption activists from around the country assembled at St. John’s to explore the challenges of adoption.
Exploring the ways that culture shapes politics and society, more than 200 scholars and students gathered at St. John’s University’s Manhattan campus on April 25–26 for the 68th annual conference of the New York State Political Science Association (NYSPSA).
More than 150 science majors from across the New York-area presented their scholarly work at the 62nd Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium (URS).
Through poster sessions, roundtable and panel discussions, and individual presentations, St. John’s faculty and students showcased their scholarly achievements during Research Month, an annual celebration of academic excellence at the University.
St. John’s University hosted its First Annual Conference on Forced Labor Slavery/Sustainable Consumption on the Queens, NY, campus.
The road to academia was not a conventional one for Judith Ryder, Ph.D., associate professor of sociology and anthropology. But she feels her circuitous route might encourage students who are where she once was—uncertain of a career path.
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.
During the three years Donya Nasser ’15C has been a student at St. John’s University, she has garnered more acclaim than most people do in a lifetime.

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