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Patrick Kiel '19TCB
As video interviews are deployed more in business, the need for business students to master this skill is increasingly important. Professor of Management Charles Wankel, Ph.D., recognizes this by mentoring students in this function through assignments in his Managing the IT Function course.
Alumni of the Master of Arts (M.A.) in Sociology at St. John’s have pursued diverse and exciting career paths. Gabriela Calhorrano ’13CPS, ‘15G, Christine Casiano ‘90C, ‘91G, Heather Gautney ‘97G, and Paul-Brian McInerney ‘95C, ‘98G have all found that the skills and connections they developed at St. John’s led them on a path to success.
Beatrice O'Carroll '95C
Beatrice O’Carroll ‘95C returned to The Peter J. Tobin College of Business on Nov. 29 to explain the intricacies of cryprocurrencies to a room full of economics and finance students eager to learn more about this burgeoning field.
College Fed Challenge
St. John’s University fielded two teams in this year’s Liberty Street Division of the New York District Bank leg of the Federal Reserve College FED Challenge, a competition designed to bring real-world economics into the college classroom.
Catholic Lecture Speaker Encourages Building a Bridge to Welcome all Catholics
In keeping with the University’s Catholic and Vincentian mission to “embrace the Judeo-Christian ideals of respect for the rights and dignity of every person” St. John’s welcomed the message of Rev. James Martin during his lecture, “Building a Bridge: Reaching Out to LGBT Catholics.”
Vivek Gupta
Vivek Gupta, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Pharmaceutical Sciences, recently obtained two grants totaling more than $600,000 for his research in treating pulmonary hypertension.
Katia P.

Dear CPS Community (Students, Alumni, Advisory Board Members, Faculty and Staff)

As we come to the mid-point of our Fall 2018 term, I would like to take a minute to reflect...

Graduate Students Reflect on Summer 2018 Internships
Graduate students in the M.A. Museum Administration, Ph.D. World History, and dual M.A./M.S. Public History/Library and Information Science programs secured competitive and prestigious internships for summer 2018 and reflect on the experiences they have gained.
Fashion Sale
The College of Professional Studies Celebrated the Fashion Studies Program Launch with a visit from FABSCRAP: Sustainable Fabric Company, and an opportunity to see the latest in designer fabric!
Bio Blitz in Captain Tilly Park
The Environmental Studies program offered two exciting and engaging events for students in the fall 2018 semester: a “Bio Blitz” activity in Captain Tilly Park, and a well-attended lecture by artist Mary Mattingly.