Through spoken words and song, noted Haitian-American professor, anthropologist, poet, feminist, performance artist, and activist Gina Athena Ulysse, Ph.D., delivered a poignant keynote address at the 14th Annual Caribbean Writer’s Series in The Little Theatre at St. John’s University on Thursday, February 7.
Rather than spend their winter break relaxing after a busy semester, a group of St. John’s students traveled to places like Houston, TX; St. Louis, MI; and Philadelphia, PA, for a week of outreach, advocacy, accompaniment, construction, and community building as part of the University’s Plunge Program.
The win marked the first ever victory for St. John's in Omaha, as the Red Storm possessed an 0-7 record in road games against the Bluejays heading into Wednesday.
Dr. Carmine Gibaldi and Dr. Gerald Cusack’s upcoming article “Fear in the Workplace” will be published in the 2019 winter edition of St. John’s University Review of Business (Interdisciplinary Journal on Risk & Society). Read below for a short statement on their article.
As a high school honors student at Sacred Heart Academy in Hempstead, NY, Kristen R. LaBruna’s interest in dentistry was so strong that she almost wished she could skip the pursuit of an undergraduate degree and go directly to dental school.
Rev. John J. Holliday, C.M. reflects on his first year as University Chaplain at St. John’s.
“At St. John’s, we have student and faculty entrepreneurs working together on research projects with direct socio-economic impact and value. We have the people. This is the time. Today we celebrate the place.”
St. John’s University hosted its 24th Annual Insurance Leader of the Year Award Dinner on January 16, raising nearly $2.4 million to fund student scholarships and support program initiatives for the School of Risk Management, Insurance and Actuarial Science (SRM), part of The Peter J. Tobin College of Business.
Red Storm snaps skid with convincing victory against the Bluejays.
One of the University’s Strategic Priorities is to “enhance our teaching and learning environment.” As a result, St. John’s has built a new lab to help students prepare for careers in the multi-million-dollar video gaming industry, as well as use 3D printers to master innovative design technology.