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St. John’s welcomed over 3,400 students to their new homes on both the Queens and Staten Island, NY, campuses as the University began the fall semester with its annual Move-In from August 22 to August 28.
Brandon Turner ’16TCB, who recently graduated from St. John’s University’s Staten Island campus, has been named the recipient of the second annual San Damiano Servant Leadership Award by the Franciscan Mission Service.
Celebrating New York City’s diversity and its early role in the fight against slavery, a new exhibition at St. John’s University’s Staten Island campus is part of a year-long program showcasing the history and culture of nearby Sandy Ground, one of America’s oldest surviving communities established by free African Americans.
US Senator Charles E. Schumer recently visited St. John’s University’s Staten Island campus to discuss a new legislative package he introduced that will help students with the rising cost of college education.
St. John’s showcases the academic achievements of students and faculty this April for Research Month, an annual presentation of scholarly work on the Queens and Staten Island campuses. Undergraduates, graduate students, and their professors have the opportunity to present original work, exchange ideas, and engage in debate at more than 20 individual events.
The Staten Island-based foundation is a non-profit organization that provides financial, legal, and medical support to individuals in need, focusing primarily on the needs of children.
TCCSI Director Ismail Alzca said that future excursions that will provide unique opportunities for faculty and administrators to study a variety of cultures.
Celebrating the historic contributions of African Americans, Black History Month at St. John’s University’s Staten Island campus began with a presentation by civil rights advocate and leader Rev. Demetrius Carolina, Ph.D.
While walking through the principal’s office of Ralph R. McKee Career and Technical Education High School in Staten Island, NY, Robert Fanuzzi, Ph.D., associate professor of English and associate provost for academic affairs at St. John’s University, noticed several flyers promoting science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) research competitions.
Students from four New York City high schools visited the Queens campus on February 6 to test their knowledge and win scholarship aid to St. John’s during the University’s first annual College Advantage Bowl.