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Anita S. Krishnakumar and Michael A. Simons
On December 5, 2018, faculty, administrators, friends, and family gathered for the installation of Professor Anita S. Krishnakumar as the inaugural Mary C. Daly Professor of Law.
December 6, 2018
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Ryan C. Herley

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CyberForce Students and John Otero
Over the weekend a team of CPS students competed in the Department of Energy’s annual Cyber Defense Competition. The competitors consisted of 68 universities across 7 national laboratories.
Bridge Students on the St. John's campus
In the spirit of St. John’s University’s Vincentian mission, Project BRIDGE in The School of Education (SOE) has crossed disciplines through the collaboration of SOE faculty from three departments, graduate students, visiting scholars, and external experts to help neglected, underserved immigrant students with high potential in New York.
St. John's basketball player about to dunk the ball
Current squad becomes first St. John’s team since 1990-91 to start a season 8-0 or better
Alumni of the Master of Arts (M.A.) in Sociology at St. John’s have pursued diverse and exciting career paths. Gabriela Calhorrano ’13CPS, ‘15G, Christine Casiano ‘90C, ‘91G, Heather Gautney ‘97G, and Paul-Brian McInerney ‘95C, ‘98G have all found that the skills and connections they developed at St. John’s led them on a path to success.
As Writing Across Communities Faculty-in-Residence, SJU faculty from any and all disciplines and colleges will have the opportunity to gain knowledge and experience related to writing and writers across communities, be central to the initiatives of the program, and collaborate with/mentor faculty peers, students, and administrators.
Beatrice O'Carroll '95C
Beatrice O’Carroll ‘95C returned to The Peter J. Tobin College of Business on Nov. 29 to explain the intricacies of cryprocurrencies to a room full of economics and finance students eager to learn more about this burgeoning field.
St. John’s University’s Writing Across Communities program encourages and supports students and faculty who strive to use writing to sustain diverse academic, cultural, civic, and professional communities both across St. John’s and beyond the university. ( Writing Across Communities works with a “Students as Partners” philosophy, and Undergraduate Writing Coordinators are fully collaborative partners with “distinct, yet equally valuable expertise and experience to contribute” to projects (Bovill, Cook-Sather, Felten 2011). Faculty from any discipline and college at St. John’s University, including University Libraries, are invited to propose collaborations. Below you’ll find a list of suggestions for projects. Based on the project faculty propose and develop with Writing Across Communities staff, faculty will receive a stipend in the range of $250-$1000. The determination of the actual amount of faculty stipends will be informed by contact hours, duration, and scope of engagement, as well as the integration, implementation, and impact the project will have within writing communities.