A St. John’s University student who minors in Physics recently won a top prize at a poster competition held during the 2023 National Society of Black Physicists Conference at the Knoxville Convention Center in Knoxville, TN.
A new endowment established in memory of James G. Connery ’67Ph.D. will enable current and future generations of St. John’s University students to have the most up-to-date research equipment available for their chemistry and biochemistry research.
The convocation is a symbolic rite of passage for incoming first-year and transfer students that heralds their entrance into college life with an enthusiastic welcome reminiscent of their eventual Commencement in four years.
Her four-decade career has included significant professional recognition, but few honors meant more to Beverly Greene, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Psychology, than the Lifetime Career Achievement Award bestowed on her recently by the American Psychological Association (APA).
“I’ve never lived in angrier times than right now.” That was the observation made by Owen Flanagan, Ph.D., the 2023 Peter P. and Margaret A. D’Angelo Chair in the Humanities at St. John’s University, during the annual lecture held on April 3 in the D’Angelo Center on the Queens, NY, campus.
Senior Reem Nemmassi has been selected as a recipient of the prestigious Luce Scholars Program. This nationally competitive fellowship is awarded annually to 18 graduating seniors and young alumni...
Student curators recently hosted a live, walk-through tour of a virtual art exhibition they created on the website of St. John’s University’s Dr. M.T. Geoffrey Yeh Art Gallery . The exhibit marks the...
Jazz, swing, and pop icon Louis Armstrong was hailed during St. John’s University’s Black History Month Lecture as one of the greatest and most influential musicians of all time—a man who broke a multitude of color barriers through his music and singing, as well as his public stances against racial injustice.
Six St. John’s University undergraduates are recipients of the US Department of State’s Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, a highly competitive program that makes it possible for students of limited financial means to study or intern abroad.
Alison G. Hyslop, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry and Associate Dean of the Graduate Division at St. John’s University, was recently selected as an American Chemical Society (ACS) Fellow for 2022.