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St. John's University is proud to announce the creation of a brand new International Film Festival which will premiere during the Fall 2018 Semester in Queens, NY.
University Announces New Doctor of Professional Studies in Homeland Security
Responding to the growing need for a new generation of leaders in the field of homeland security—and the professionals who will educate them—St. John’s University’s College of Professional Studies has launched a Doctor of Professional Studies in Homeland Security program, to begin in the Fall 2018 semester.
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On February 7th, 2018, Randy Ruiz, professional baseball player, made a guest appearance in Professor Alexander Sepulveda's Legal Aspects of Sport Management.
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On February 8th, Doo Wop took center stage in the Communication and Collaboration Commons during CPS's seventh Research Forum.
The College of Professional Studies is pleased to annouce that Professor Yevgenia Nayberg, Adjunct Associate Professor, Division of Mass Communication, has won the Sydney Taylor Silver Medal for Young Readers for her illustration work in the book Drop by Drop: A Story of Rabbi Akiva.
Within an independent study project, Evan Gardner, graduate student in International Communication, directed and produced a video documentary during a trip to Rome, exploring the question: what economic and psychological impact does football have in Italy?
Pitch Johnny 2017 Winners with Johnny Thunderbird and the Dean
Tapping the entrepreneurial spirit at St. John’s, the College of Professional Studies (CPS) launched its first Pitch Johnny Competition, allowing students to pitch their business ideas to industry professionals and compete for a grand prize.
St. John's Students with Jeh Johnson, former secretary of Homeland Security
St. John’s University welcomed one of homeland security’s most distinguished leaders to the Queens campus for a discussion on the nation’s continuing efforts to combat terror networks and the future of counter-terrorism.
Students in Labs
From cutting-edge situation rooms that are used to simulate attacks on US soil, to business incubator rooms for promising entrepreneurs, five new labs at the College of Professional Studies (CPS) are helping prepare students for some of today’s fastest-growing careers.
St. John's Students and their mentors
St. John’s places a special emphasis on mentoring students. Our faculty are respected scholar-teachers who offer guidance as well as knowledge. The following students and professors exemplify the benefits of mentoring at St. John’s.

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