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Founder’s Week is an opportunity for the entire University community to learn more about the teachings and legacy of St. Vincent de Paul, the 17th-century priest who founded the Congregation of the Mission.
For the free market to work as intended, people need to be able to warn others about bad products or services, notes Professor Jeff Sovern in a story at
The series, part of an international research effort sponsored by NASA’s astrobiology program, promotes student research on humanity’s ethical obligations to potential extraterrestrial life.
Rachel Zufferey, Ph.D., associate professor and graduate director of biological sciences, has received a $495,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)’s Support of Competitive Research (SCORE) Program to fund research that may lead to the development of a leishmaniasis vaccine.
The third annual St. John’s University Expo and Academic Internship Fair provided students and alumni with the opportunity to meet with 150 prospective employers.
St. John’s University School of Law and the St. John’s Center for International and Comparative Law are pleased to announce their formal affiliation with the Chinese Business Lawyers Association.
St. John's Law is celebrating its 90th anniversary this year. To mark the milestone, the Fall 2015 issue of its alumni magazine chronicles the Law School's rich history in words and images. This is a preview of the issue's cover story on the Law School's founding and early commitment to fostering diversity and inclusion in the profession.
In the winter of 1949, Francis Spellman, then the Archbishop of New York, broke a strike by 240 Catholic gravediggers at the largest Catholic cemetery in New York City. The events are described in detail in a law journal article by David L. Gregory, the Dorothy Day Professor of Law at St. John’s University.