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In his homily at World Youth Day (WYD), an international gathering of Catholic youth, His Holiness Pope Francis encouraged the millions of young people participating in Kraków, Poland, this summer to “believe in a new humanity” that’s stronger than evil and refuses to see borders as barriers.
In pursuit of continued academic excellence and student success, St. John’s has appointed three respected scholars with extensive records of leadership in higher education to head major divisions of the University.
The School of Education is pleased to welcome six new full-time faculty members this academic year.
St. John’s welcomed over 3,400 students to their new homes on both the Queens and Staten Island, NY, campuses as the University began the fall semester with its annual Move-In from August 22 to August 28.
Undergraduate students participate in research and gain valuable experience in the application of skills learned in their majors to real world projects.
“In all of your diversity, you represent the richness that is New York City and that is the St. John’s Law family,” Dean Michael A. Simons said in welcoming the incoming 1L class during orientation.
Katelyn Angell ‘09MLS, along with her co-author Eamon Tewell, won the Jesse H. Shera Award for Distinguished Published Research from the American Library Association’s Library Research Round Table.
Wozniak is the second St. John’s graduate to earn a medal at the 2016 Summer Olympic Games.
"Capitalism lifts standards of living — but regulated capitalism keeps us well enough to enjoy a higher standard of living," says St. John's Law Professor Jeff Sovern in this op ed from the New York Times DealBook.
Red Storm alumna earns first career Olympic medal.

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