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Sixty invited guests—including student-worker honorees, their supervisors and managers, and University leaders—attended the University’s second annual Students Honored in Employment (SHinE) awards luncheon and ceremony hosted by the Office of Human Resources on April 13, 2016.
Celebrating New York City’s diversity and its early role in the fight against slavery, a new exhibition at St. John’s University’s Staten Island campus is part of a year-long program showcasing the history and culture of nearby Sandy Ground, one of America’s oldest surviving communities established by free African Americans.
Senior Anna Kim jumped one spot on Sunday to close out an impressive BIG EAST career with a second place finish at the BIG EAST Women's Golf Championship at the Callawassie Island Golf Club.
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The 18th Annual Johnny’s Angel Awards Dinner, honoring distinguished people who help St. John’s Bread and Life in its mission to alleviate hunger and fight poverty, raised a record $335,000 this year
St. John’s will host its undergraduate commencement exercises May 21 and 22. Rosanna Scotto will serve as commencement speaker for the Staten Island graduation and Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio will speak to the graduates in Queens.
Irish eyes were smiling and hands were clapping at St. John’s University’s Queens Campus at a recent concert that marked the Centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising, a seminal moment in Ireland’s journey to independence.
Conrado “Bobby” Gempesaw, Ph.D., President of St. John’s University, has been named an at-large member of the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities in New York (CICU) 2016-17 Board of Trustees Executive Committee and will serve as Chair of the Communications Committee.
The Journal of Civil Rights and Economic Development welcomed Professor Cecil J. Hunt, II to St. John's recently as the journal's inaugural author-in-residence. Professor Hunt spent the afternoon talking to students and faculty about his scholarly work on the subject of "racialized mass incarceration" in the United States.