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Design Thinking
On December 13, 2017, graduate students of International Communication at St. John’s University presented a variety of innovative projects they developed throughout a class in Design Thinking at a Graduate Symposium. The event was organized and moderated by Dr. Minna Horowitz, who led the Design Thinking class during this fall semester.
ICM Students Exploring China
Qichen Yang, one of the students of the ICM program who graduated this May, filmed and edited video material to create a documentary series about the students' trip to China. These videos give insight into the students' experiences and impressions of culture and society in Beijing and Sanya.
Voices of Victory Gospel Choir infront of Christmas Tree
St. John’s 27th Annual Winter Carnival, a week-long celebration of the season, concluded on December 6 as students, faculty, staff, alumni, and parents gathered on the Queens campus for the University’s Christmas tree lighting and Grucci fireworks display.
Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society Induction Ceremony and Dinner
The Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society Induction Ceremony and Dinner was held on Thursday, November 30th on Staten Island campus.
St. John's University staff with Staten Island foundation members.
Thanks to new pledges of $225,000 from two leading foundations, a collaborative effort between St. John’s University and Staten Island’s other two colleges is well positioned to continue its mission of preparing the borough’s young residents for success in college.
2018 James and Eileen Christmas Business Plan Competition
The 2018 James and Eileen Christmas Business Plan Competition and Pitch event will be held on April 6, 2018.
Amanda Marie Ferrandino and her mentor Deborah Greh, Ed.D. at the BOLT Radio Station
Amanda Marie Ferrandino gave St. John’s Staten Island campus its first news “station” by launching The Bolt Productions, an online hub for podcasts and other media that students produce in the University’s Communication Arts Audio Lab.

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