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Reflecting the international reach of the University’s programs and faculty, a professor in The School of Education at St. John’s recently headed a European Union committee appointed to evaluate and recommend ways of strengthening institutions of higher education in Greece.
The chapter celebrated this heritage on April 11 with a 50th anniversary gala at the Floral Terrace.
For more than a half-century, Jerrold Ross, Ph.D. has been igniting minds with a passion for learning that has grown stronger with every passing year.
Carmen Fariña, chancellor of New York City’s Department of Education (DOE), shared her goals for the nation’s largest school district with an audience of more than 200 people when she delivered St. John’s University’s 2014 Carol Gresser Forum Lecture at The Cooper Union’s historic Great Hall in lower Manhattan on April 16.
Chancellor Carmen Farina, leader of New York City's public school system, delivers a lecture entitled "100 days and Beyond."
Jonathan T. Hughes, Ph.D., professor of educational management, is one of four Long Islanders to receive a 2014 Education Partner Award.
St. John’s University hosted a reception for 69 Brazilian and Argentinean elementary and high school teachers who participated in two professional development courses designed and run by the University’s intensive English-language program, The Language Connection (TLC).
St. John’s University has appointed James O’Keefe, Ph.D. ‘79SVC—a long-time professor and administrator with a distinguished record of service to New York City and alma mater—as vice provost of the Staten Island campus, effective January 1, 2014.

Like the friends she has made at St. John’s University, Rachel Ortega ’15Ed marvels at the life-changing experiences she has encountered as a student at the Queens, NY, campus. Yet...

Befitting St. John’s University’s Vincentian tradition of service, The School of Education’s 10-year partnership with the Jumpstart nationwide literacy organization aims to close the achievement gap for today’s low-income youth.

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