Everyone is invited to the Graduate Institute’s free Summer Lecture program each Wednesday night, June 29-July 27. You can attend remotely or in-person to engage with our speakers on compelling topics ranging from constitutional law, to legal advocacy, to poetry inspired by work in medicine, and to classic literature.
This year marked the third year in a row of historic firsts for St. John’s College’s commencement festivities. In 2020, all graduates and their families attended commencement virtually due to the pandemic.
Kazakhstan is not only the world’s largest landlocked country, it’s also home to far-flung Johnnie Daniel Scarborough (SF01). Scarborough is an assistant professor of Russian history and religion at Nazarbayev University in the former Soviet state’s capital, Nur-Sultan (previously known as Astana), and he has just published a new book, Russia’s Social Gospel: The Orthodox Pastoral Movement in Famine, War, and Revolution.