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Taking a first-hand look at the social and cultural impact of global development, 12 St. John’s graduate students joined their professor for a winter intersession in India, touring villages, attending a symposium at a local college, and visiting ancient historic sites.
Christina Strezenec ’16GEd recently attended the New York State Council for Exceptional Children (CEC)’s 62nd annual convention, “Making All the Difference: Together We Can Advance Accessible Classrooms,” in Saratoga Springs, NY.
St. John’s graduate Kathryn Smith ’07CPS made sports history on January 20 when the Buffalo Bills appointed her as the NFL’s first female full-time coach.
Americans seem to have a growing obsession with true-life crime mysteries. In this article originally produced by the AFP (Agence France-Presse), Associate Dean Larry Cunningham, a former prosecutor and a professor of criminal law, weighs in on the roots of this cultural phenomenon.
His Holiness Pope Francis’s deep concern for the global ecological crisis and its impact on the poor was the topic of the Ninth Biennial Vincentian Chair of Social Justice Conference.
A crowd of worshipers gathered at the Vatican in Rome, Italy on January 6, 2016 to watch Pope Francis lead as celebrant for the Mass of the Epiphany. Little did St. John’s senior Kimberly Mangru, student in the College of Professional Studies, know she’d be ushered to the front row for this special occasion during a two-week study abroad program between her winter and spring semesters.
Glenn Gerstner, Chair and Associate Professor of Sport Management at St. John's University, discusses the "Economics of the Super Bowl" in the first video of the #SJUExperts series. To view the video, click here.
Caroline Fish ’18 knows that people don’t always make the connection between her past social work career—she’s an LMSW—and her current pursuit of a JD. But the connection becomes clearer when she describes her “unexpected, but overwhelmingly rewarding” path to St. John’s Law.

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