Seeking a better understanding of the myriad issues affecting the field of cybersecurity, nearly 100 students, faculty, administrators, and industry leaders joined together for the second annual Cyber Summit at St. John’s University’s Queens, NY, campus.
St. John’s University’s 149th academic year culminates in Commencement ceremonies featuring guest speakers representing, business, public service, academia, education, the sciences, and the nonprofit sector.
Giving back and giving thanks were the themes of the Endowed Scholarship Donor Brunch as St. John’s University welcomed benefactors and scholarship recipients to a special reception held in the D...
Alumni from every generation and class year are invited to reconnect, reminisce, and create new memories at St. John’s University’s fourth annual Grand Alumni Homecoming Weekend (GAHW), scheduled to...
In a quest to offer students diverse fields of study to help prepare them for future professions, St. John’s will introduce six academic programs in the Fall 2019 semester that span several disciplines from computer science to international hospitality management.
Philanthropy fuels our efforts to ensure student success as our innovative faculty and talented athletic coaches inspire and lead our students in the classroom and on the playing fields. Both academics and athletics at St. John’s University are supported by an enthusiastic team of alumni, faculty, administrators, students, parents, and friends of the University. Our loyal supporters—faithful to our mission—recognize and invest in the promise and potential found in our students and our student-athletes.
In the last 10 years, the phenomenon of eSports has taken hold of the video gaming world, evolving into a billion dollar industry featuring professionally organized competitions with large financial prizes often at stake. Professional eSports gamers have legions of fans who watch tournaments on streaming online platforms such as Twitch, and many have landed lucrative brand endorsements.
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.
The spring awards season is underway, and the Office of Marketing and Communications at St. John’s University has garnered awards for both print and digital communications from prestigious...
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.