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Networking Event Strengthens Relationship with Alumni at Bloomberg
Several St. John’s University alumni employed at Bloomberg L.P. (Bloomberg) joined University leadership and current students to discuss business trends and employment and internship opportunities at a special networking reception held at the University’s Manhattan campus on June 5, 2018.

Denise Kamyuka, is recent graduate of our Master’s in Sport Management program and winner of the first prize in Oral Presentations during the 2017 St. John’s University Research Month. As an...

Deena Ramkaran, an undergraduate at St. John’s University College of Professional Studies, received the Generation Google Scholarship.
Joyce Boland-DeVito, Esq. LL.M., J.D., M.B.A. (Administration & Economics) recently published: “Creating Stability in the International Fashion Industry by Using Corporate Structures and Conglomerates” in DePaul University’s Law School’s DePaul Business and Commercial Law Journal in Volume 16, Issue 2 (2018)
St. John’s University students from several disciplines banded together on an Academic Service-Learning (AS-L) project to aid in Puerto Rico’s recovery from Hurricane Maria by designing and building solar phone chargers that will be shipped to children at a local elementary school in that country.
NSAC 2018
Facing some of the most prominent programs in the country, a team of 21 St. John’s students finished fourth in the National Student Advertising Competition’s District 12 at the New York Institute of Technology on April 21.
Dr. Ying Liu
In an effort to inspire local high school students to pursue careers in the field of cybersecurity, St. John’s University will host a weeklong GenCyber camp this July, thanks to a $100,000 grant co-funded by the National Security Agency and National Science Foundation.
Adjunct Professor Sofya Weitz has received the Jerome and Many Voices Fellowship for 2018-2019
l-r: Lillian Block, Lance l. Eustaquio, William Pugh, Julia Bennefield
When they began their studies at St. John’s University, much of what these young men and women knew about college life came from parents, friends, siblings, guidance counselors, even movies. Their next four years turned into intensely personal journeys of self-discovery. As they prepare to receive their bachelor’s degrees in May, the four seniors below share the kind of advice they would offer if they could travel back and speak with the freshmen they were.
Dr. Licari
On April 26th, Dr. Andrea Licari-LaGrassa of St. John’s University, College of Professional Studies, was awarded Woman of the Year for the Little Neck Douglaston Memorial Day Parade, the largest in the U.S., in support of our veterans.