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"The U.S. treatment of Cuba is unique in all of international property law" notes Professor Jeremy Sheff in this Reuters story.
Dr Enver Hoxhaj has been a key politician and diplomat for the past ten years in Kosovo. Currently, he is the Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the Parliament of Kosovo, where he leads Kosovo’s parliamentary diplomacy.
Nearly 200 low-income and first-generation college students will have a better chance of completing their college education, thanks in part to a grant awarded to St. John’s by the US Department of Education.
Members of The McCallen Society, The Loughlin Society, students, and representatives from the Office of Student Affairs gathered at the Queens Theatre for a production of “To Kill a Mockingbird,” on November 15.
Librarians and archivists are in a unique position to help move the needle of societal change forward.
Last week, a record 50 law schools from across the country and 60 college students and graduates from the metropolitan area participated in the 2015 Diversity Day and Admissions Fair hosted at St. John’s Law by the Ronald H. Brown Center for Civil Rights.
Childhood and Adolescent Education majors can now add international teaching experience to their résumés thanks to a new collaborative effort between The School of Education (SOE) and the Office of Global Studies.
When the crowd at St. John’s Carnesecca Arena erupted into clamorous applause on the evening of November 13, 2015, this time, it wasn’t to celebrate a Red Storm bucket. The cheers, claps, and chants of “USA, USA” were for Brigadier General Thomas J. Principe ’69C, ’73L, who took center court between quarters to receive the Law School’s Distinguished Veteran Alumni Award.
One of the many wonderful characteristics that St. John’s graduates have in common is their lasting connection to the University.
A team of Tobin College of Business and St. John’s College students represented St. John’s University in the Federal Reserve's College FED Challenge on October 30, 2015 in New York City.