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Professor Robert Romano
Catch Professor Robert Romano on the Stan Simpson show, as he uses his expertise in sport and entertainment law to weigh in on the UConn vs Kevin Ollie discussion.
ACEI logo is revealed
The Academic Center for Equity and Inclusion (ACEI) officially opened on Monday, October 8, marking another major step for the University’s initiative to expand and enhance an inclusive campus community.
Associate Professor and Chair of History Nerina Rustomji, Ph.D., has been named Councilor for the Professional Division of the American Historical Association (AHA). Her term as Councilor begins January 2019.
Rome, Italy
With the goal of encouraging appreciation of Italian culture, the Italian Cultural Center (ICC) Scholarship played an instrumental role in students’ study abroad experience this past summer.
St. John's NPS interns
Four students were selected for summer internships that were created as part of a recent partnership established by St. John’s and the National Park Service (NPS).
On September 24th the College of Professional Studies hosted the 2018 LST (Liberal Studies Event). We had about 40 students attend, who learned more about what Liberal Studies, as a Bachelor’s had to offer. They learned more about the Division of English and Speech and what it would be like to be a student in the College of Professional Studies. The event’s focus was on how to help student success and transition into a major of their choice.
IISR
One of the thrusts of the Institute of Interdisciplinary Sport Research (IISR) is advancing research and exploring applications of sport analytics while simultaneously equipping our students with first-hand knowledge of the field. This fall’s St. John’s University Sport Analytics (SJUSA) seminar is the IISR’s first initiative in the sport analytics space.
September 17, 2018
Mike Cragg
On September 27, the University announced that Mike Cragg has been selected to lead the Red Storm Athletic Department.
Male student walking across stage while looking up
St. John’s University’s 148th annual Commencement Exercises, held in May and June, exemplified excellence—and highlighted an enduring commitment to service—as families and friends gathered to commemorate the accomplishments of the Class of 2018.
Watson Fellows Roster Continues to Grow
Two more St. John’s University undergraduates have been awarded the prestigious Jeannette K. Watson Fellowship—a three-year, international internship program funded by the Thomas J. Watson Foundation.

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