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On June 24, Rev. Joseph L. Levesque, C.M., president of St. John's University, marked the end of his tenure by celebrating a special farewell mass at St. Thomas More Church.
Students from two neighboring elementary schools participated in a day filled with unique learning activities at St. John’s Women in Science (WIS) annual Science is Fun Day.
More than 100 students, faculty, and leading professionals gathered for the 33rd Annual Conference of the Graduate Research Association of Students in Pharmacy (GRASP).
Shama Ams ’14C is heading to England this summer for graduate study at Cambridge University as St. John’s first Marshall Scholarship recipient.
Offering hands-on training in the latest digital education strategies.
Research is an essential part of the faculty’s contribution to the Tobin College of Business. Our faculty are continuously engaging in impactful research, influencing the fields in which they teach and inspiring their students to build upon their textbook knowledge.
Tina Iverson '95C, associate professor of pharmacology at Vanderbilt University's School of Medicine, addressed students and faculty in St. John’s Women in Science (WIS) program at a year-end meeting held May 2 at the Queens campus.
This past May, our successful Global Destination Courses (GDC) travelled to Germany, Switzerland, Rome, Paris and London. Students were able to meet high level executives from these various countries and experienced the diverse cultures and cuisines offered to them on these exciting and educational trips.
The Rome graduates now join an alumni network of 170,000 strong whose presence in the United States and around the world lends support and provides opportunities.
This past May, our successful Global Destination Courses (GDC) travelled to Germany, Switzerland, Rome, Paris and London. Students were able to meet high level executives from these various countries and experienced the diverse cultures and cuisines offered to them on these exciting and educational trips.

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