A record-setting total of 550 students and faculty presented their scholarly research on Thursday, April 11, at a poster session on the Queens campus—one of the largest activities held during Research Month, hosted annually by St. John’s University.
Graduate students in St. John’s University’s Master of Arts programs in Museum Administration and Public History brought to vivid life the US propaganda effort during World War II with an exhibit featuring authentic posters held in the University Libraries’ Special Collections.
In the spirit of St. John’s University’s Vincentian mission, Project BRIDGE in The School of Education (SOE) has crossed disciplines through the collaboration of SOE faculty from three departments, graduate students, visiting scholars, and external experts to help neglected, underserved immigrant students with high potential in New York.
Seeking to widen their knowledge of international health and education systems, two St. John’s University faculty members traveled abroad this summer to attend International Faculty Development Seminars offered by theCouncil on International Education Exchange (CIEE).
St. John’s University’s Ph.D. in Literacy program was recently nominated for the Jason R. Bourne Outstanding Online Program award by the Online Learning Consortium.
Three St. John’s University students who serve as members on theSt. Vincent de Paul Society’s Executive Board attended the Society’s 2018 National Assembly this past summer in San Diego, CA. They gathered with more than 700 Vincentians from across the country to commemorate the theme, “One Society Serving in Hope.”
On September 27, the University announced that Mike Cragg has been selected to lead the Red Storm Athletic Department.
With the new academic year officially starting on Wednesday, September 5, we are happy to welcome 42 new faculty members to St. John's University.
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When they began their studies at St. John’s University, much of what these young men and women knew about college life came from parents, friends, siblings, guidance counselors, even movies. Their next four years turned into intensely personal journeys of self-discovery. As they prepare to receive their bachelor’s degrees in May, the four seniors below share the kind of advice they would offer if they could travel back and speak with the freshmen they were.