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St. John’s University to Host Panel Discussion on Gun Violence
St. John’s University is hosting a panel discussion on gun violence, entitled “Second Amendment,” on Wednesday, January 24 at 7:00 p.m.
Guest speakers
At a recently held appreciation dinner, newly tenured and promoted faculty were recognized for their professional achievement and commitment to the academic excellence and mission of St. John’s University.
Female student using Mac laptop
Reflecting its commitment to quality in online learning, St. John’s University has earned recognition once again from U.S. News & World Report, whose 2018 listings rank the University’s web-based graduate business and education programs among the top 50 nationwide in those categories.
St. John's Students abroad
Thanks to the generosity of alumni, three sixth-year Pharm.D. students in St. John’s University’s College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences traveled last October with the Glens Falls Medical Mission Foundation to establish and operate a one-week makeshift medical clinic in Nueva Santa Rosa, Guatemala, an underserved community near Guatemala City—and they all agree it proved to be a life-changing experience.
St. John's Students and their mentors
St. John’s places a special emphasis on mentoring students. Our faculty are respected scholar-teachers who offer guidance as well as knowledge. The following students and professors exemplify the benefits of mentoring at St. John’s.
Denise Kamyuka ’18CPS and Emese Ivan, Ph.D.
Denise Kamyuka came to St. John’s University with well-defined aspirations: the Sport Management major wanted to combine her background in pharmacy with her passion for sport.
Esteve Jimenez ’16TCB, ’18MBA and William Reisel, Ph.D.
When asked about the best advice he has ever received and who provided it, Esteve Jimenez says William D. Reisel, Ph.D., Professor of Management at The Peter J. Tobin College of Business, comes to mind.
Daniel Lydon ’18G and Raymond DiGiuseppe, Ph.D.
Daniel Lydon was a freshman at the State University of New York at Albany when he chose his life’s work. “At first,” he said, “I didn’t know what I wanted to do. An introductory psychology course changed that.”
Dr. Nicole R. Rice, Professor of English at St. John’s University, has been awarded a prestigious National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Fellowship for her project, Hospitals and Literary Production in England, 1350-1550.
Katie Shepherd '09
Between 2015 and 2016 alone, over 180,000 children and families were apprehended at southern U.S. border crossings. “This is a humanitarian crisis,” says Katie Shepherd '09 of the American Immigration Council