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Supporting student scholarships is always a noble goal. And as Larry Burke ’73Ed, ’77GEd and his family recently learned, you never know who you might be helping.

“My son...

A double alumna of St. John's University is one of 11 New York City educators to receive the inaugural Big Apple Award, presented jointly by Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Schools Chancellor...

Hurricane Sandy left a trail of devastation across the Northeast, and few areas were hit as hard as Staten Island. But even as their borough endured fierce damage, Staten Island residents rolled up their sleeves and took action – and local high schools played a major part in the reconstruction efforts.
Great educators change the world, and at the Fifth Annual Leaders in Education Awards Dinner (L.E.A.D.) – held at St. John’s University’s Oakdale campus – five outstanding administrators were honored for the impact they’ve had.

St. John's University celebrated its annual Research Month in April with activities showcasing the academic excellence and scholarship of its students and faculty.

Professors and...

Why are educators so important? Take one look at the honorees of the Eighth Annual Leaders in Education Awards Dinner (L.E.A.D.) on the Queens campus, and the answer becomes abundantly clear.

Seokhee Cho, PhD, is associate professor of administration and instructional leadership in The School of Education at St. John’s. She has written 12 books and roughly 200 articles on...

The Language Connection of St. John’s University was selected by the Institute of International Education (IIE) to host an intensive, six-week program this spring for 24 high school English...

Students can spend their summer exploring the rainforests of Costa Rica to learn about sustainability. Others may choose to examine the cultural treasures of historic Puebla, Mexico, or see...

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