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William Murphy
Assistant Professor William Murphy, J.D., from the Division of Criminal Justice, Legal Studies, and Homeland Security, was recognized as a finalist for the Jackson Lewis Employment Law Award by the Academy of Legal Studies in Business at the organization’s annual conference in Portland, Oregon this past August.
Dr. Anthony Palomba has been honored as a faculty fellow at the 2019 National Association for Television Programming Executives (NAPTE).
Dr. Cusack and Dr. Gibaldi
Dr. Carmine Gibaldi and Dr. Gerald Cusack’s upcoming article “Fear in the Workplace” will be published in the 2019 winter edition of St. John’s University Review of Business (Interdisciplinary Journal on Risk & Society). Read below for a short statement on their article.
Innovation Lab showcase
“At St. John’s, we have student and faculty entrepreneurs working together on research projects with direct socio-economic impact and value. We have the people. This is the time. Today we celebrate the place.”
Students working on computer
One of the University’s Strategic Priorities is to “enhance our teaching and learning environment.” As a result, St. John’s has built a new lab to help students prepare for careers in the multi-million-dollar video gaming industry, as well as use 3D printers to master innovative design technology.
Roberta L. Hayes, Ph.D. (left), and Irene J. Dabrowski, Ph.D.
Two faculty members on St. John’s University’s Staten Island, NY, campus are leading an initiative that teaches scientific and sociological concepts by encouraging students to address problems in their neighborhood.
ACEI logo is revealed
Two milestones that reflect St. John’s strong commitment to enhancing an inclusive campus community were achieved in the fall with the grand openings of the Inclusivity Resource Center (IRC) and the Academic Center for Equity and Inclusion (ACEI).
AFSP Walk
Kira Marshall ‘18C, whose internship at the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) led to a full-time job in May 2018, served as captain for the St. John’s University walker team in AFSP’s “Out of the Darkness” walk. The walk, which took place on Saturday, September 29 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Clove Lakes Park, aimed to raise funds and increase awareness for suicide prevention and mental health in the community.
The College of Professional Studies releases their latest view book: "Discover, Innovate & Succeed"
Students of the Institute for International Communication (IICM) visited the MET with Dr.Basilio Monteiro to learn more about Armenia on the Silk Road

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