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This new space will serve as the headquarters for McKee students’ college readiness efforts and is a result of St. John’s collaboration with the 30,000 Degrees College Readiness for a Stronger Staten Island initiative.
Students from the Alpha Iota chapter of Gamma Iota Sigma represented The Peter J. Tobin College of Business, receiving the Edison L. Bowers Award for the first time in the chapter's 25 year history.
Thanks in part to a historic slash in tuition and new partnerships with local high schools, Staten Island high school graduates are benefiting from a private Catholic university education at a cost their families can manage.
He began his freshman year a little over a month ago, but John Kamen, Jr. ’20CPS is still amazed by the way St. John’s University helps students—and parents—to feel at home. This year’s Family Weekend, he said, is a perfect example.
A celebration including oysters, strawberries, Staten Island history, and a lecture by Guggenheim Fellow Carla L. Peterson, Ph.D., Professor Emerita, University of Maryland.
All received $495,000 to support their research programs within St. John’s University.
Five faculty members spanning four departments have secured scholarship funding for SJU undergraduates as part of the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (S-STEM) Program.
'Friends of the Poor Walk' fundraising event was one of many activities that drew students to St. John’s annual University Service Day.
Ambassador Riva Ganguly Das, Consul General of India in New York, joined the Indian Foreign Service in 1986, and has held various diplomatic positions since then, including in Spain, Bangladesh, the Netherlands, China, Romania, Albania, and Moldova.