Catholic immigrants from Ireland and Jewish immigrants from Europe formed a symbiotic bond upon their arrival to the United States in the middle- and late-19th century. That was the core message of Hasia R. Diner, Ph.D., during the annual D’Angelo Chair Lecture, “Twinned Histories: Irish and Jewish Immigrants to the United States,” held at St. John’s University on March 28.
Professor William Murphy, Assistant Professor, Division of Criminal Justice, Legal Studies and Homeland Security received First Place Recognition in the Master Teacher Competition at the 2019 MBAA International Conference for his innovative and creative teaching exercise known as Legal Shark Tank.
St. John’s University recorded the largest turnout in the history of Accepted Student Day when 2,292 students, along with their families, converged on the Queens, NY, campus on Saturday, April 6, to...
At a formal ceremony held on St. John’s Queens, NY, campus on March 22, an articulation agreement between the University and LaGuardia Community College was signed that creates a seamless process for...
St. John’s University’s dedication to encouraging student innovation and entrepreneurship was evident at the inaugural BIG EAST Startup Challenge held on March 16 as third-year students Magdelene D....
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More than 2,100 prospective students—a record-setting turnout—and their families got a taste of the St. John’s student experience as they gathered inside Carnesecca Arena at St. John’s University’s annual Accepted Student Day, held on Saturday, April 7, on the Queens, NY, campus.
On Monday, February 26, over 700 Staten Island high school students spent a beautiful day at St. John’s University, Staten Island, participating in CareerCon 2018. Ninety-five employers set up tables in the gym for a career fair that informed students about internship and summer job opportunities. Representatives of the businesses and agencies helped students understand the range of careers that are available to them and the education and skills required to pursue those careers
In what has become an annual fall tradition on the Queens, NY, campus, St. John’s University hosted local Catholic high school principals, guidance counselors, and senior University administrators for an appreciation dinner and discussion of shared issues and ideas in secondary and higher education.