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This October, St. John’s University’s School of Risk Management, Insurance, and Actuarial Science teamed up with global consulting firm Protiviti to conduct a joint-study regarding U.S. insurance companies and the changes to risk management practices as they prepare for 2015 Own Risk and Solvency Assessment (ORSA) requirements.
St. John’s University’s School of Risk Management, Insurance and Actuarial Science (SRM) recently collaborated with the International Insurance Society (IIS) to analyze global risk management and insurance education in a rapidly expanding market. The Collegiate Education in Risk Management and Insurance Globally: Past, Present and Future study, authored by SRM faculty member Dr. W. Jean Kwon, calls for a need to increase the quality and broaden accessibility to risk management and insurance education programs worldwide.
On October 15, 2014, nearly 200 regulators, industry leaders, academics and students came together to discuss insurance regulation and supervision during the Regulation as a Business Risk Conference hosted by the School of Risk Management, Insurance, and Actuarial Science (SRM) at BNY Mellon in New York City.
Women in business face the unique challenge of juggling a successful home life while simultaneously excelling in the professional world.
Marketing practitioners joined St. John’s faculty, students, and alumni to learn about 21st-century changes in the industry at the University’s 2014 Global Consumer Behavior Conference on October 3.
Faculty members who have used emerging technology to enhance their students’ classroom experience were recognized during a special reception led by Conrado "Bobby" Gempesaw, Ph.D., president of St. John’s University, on September 16 in the D'Angelo Center at the Queens campus.
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.
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.
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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