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Children from Escuela Segunda Unidad Botijas #1 with the solar panels made for them by St. John’s students
The strongest storm to make landfall in Puerto Rico in nearly a century, Hurricane Maria came ashore on September 20, 2017, and knocked out power to the entire island. The widespread devastation and lingering power outages triggered a creative response from the University.
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Filippo Piscopo, an adjunct faculty in the Division of Mass Communication (College of Professional Studies), Television and Film degree program, and Lorena Luciano won the award for Best Director at the 64th Taormina Film Festival held last July 14-20, 2008 in Sicily
WISE Event
In anticipation for the establishment of the College of Professional Studies’ new Institute of Interdisciplinary Research, Dean Passerini sent a delegation of Sport Management students, alumni and\ faculty to the 2018 Women in Sport and Events’ (WISE), Women of the Year Luncheon.
Tawain 2018
Facing students from various prestigious universities from all over the world, students from St. John’s University finished 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th in the International Council for Small Business 2018 Academy Pitch Competition on June 29, 2018 in Taipei, Taiwan.
Joyce Boland DeVito
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)
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.
Scandinavia street covered with snow
The Division of Mass Communication has introduced a new course, Mass Communication in Scandinavia.

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