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Ford Cuba Walk
Seeking to widen their knowledge of international health and education systems, two St. John’s University faculty members traveled abroad this summer to attend International Faculty Development Seminars offered by theCouncil on International Education Exchange (CIEE).
Beverly Greene, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, received further recognition from the American Psychological Association (APA) Division 44: Society for the Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity this summer, when she was presented with its Distinguished Service Award.
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.
Martin Chalfie, Ph.D.
Encouraging students and faculty to “ignore the people who say ‘this cannot be done,’” Nobel Laureate Martin Chalfie, Ph.D., delivered the 2018 Dr. Jaya Haldar Memorial Seminar, “GFP: Lighting Up Life,” in the D’Angelo Center on St. John’s University’s Queens, NY, campus.
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.
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.
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
Jarowski Symposium attendees
Basic scientific research is the key to developing groundbreaking drug therapies, yet translating that research into an actual medication can be challenging. For this reason, the 10th Annual Dr. Charles I. Jarowski Industrial Pharmacy Symposium, held at St. John’s University on June 4, focused on the theme “Bench 2 Bedside: Advances in Delivery Technologies and Regulatory Strategies for New Drug Approval.”