Over a celebratory Commencement weekend, the mission, values, and outcomes of a St. John’s education took center stage at the University’s 149th annual Commencement Exercises. Held on Sunday, May 19,...
Media Relations seeks to promote St. John’s University, its academic initiatives, student and faculty accomplishments, and its work to enhance our community through the media. The office handles all publicity efforts for the University in dealing with local, national, and international print, TV, radio, and Internet opportunities. All external communication involving press releases, press conferences, media interview requests, publicity-driven event coordination, and academic programming initiatives, as well as University statements about topical subject matter for media consideration, must come from Media Relations as per our Media Relations Protocols and Media Relations Policy.
Executive Director for University Relations and Assistant Vice President for Government Relations
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Members of the faculty and administration at St. John’s University are available to provide expert commentary and analysis on a range of subjects — from higher education issues to breaking and trending news topics. The Media Relations team is here to assist you in both identifying and contacting faculty experts for radio, television, print, and other media interviews.
Sophomore Government and Politics major Winifred Edjeani created the non-profit organization Wekem to help children in Ghana pursue their education. Winifred, who is a native of Accra, Ghana, started...
Senior Biology majors Paul Espiritu and Keyla Payano presented research at the Max Planck Florida Institute’s 2019 Sunposium in West Palm Beach, Florida from March 4-6. Paul and Keyla’s research,...
When Catherine R. D’Angelo receives her undergraduate degree during Commencement Exercises on May 19 at the Queens, NY, campus of St. John’s University, she will proudly mark the occasion as the 13th member of her extensive family to experience life as a Johnny.
On May 2nd, the College of Professional Studies hosted an inaugural celebration of the growing Innovation and Entrepreneurship program at St. John’s University. The V.I.P. (Vincentian Innovators and...
How often do we, as students, experience writing in the classroom as a dissociating experience where personal voice is thought to be the opposite of “professional”? How often do we suppress our own thoughts and ideas in writing assignments to conform to perceived ideas of “standard” and “academic”?