Dr. Neil Donahue Awarded Scholar-in-Residence Grant

Dr. Neil Donahue, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Academic Affairs and Internationalization, has been awarded a grant to work as a scholar-in-residence at the Robert Gore Rifkind Center for German Expressionist Studies at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. His residency will take place the last week of December through the first week of January 2018.

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A Global Performance

If students had opening night jitters before the 2017 Shakespeare Festival, it didn’t show. The atmosphere was festive and lively inside the John Cranford...

Billboard Ranks Music Biz Program High

For the second consecutive year, Billboard magazine included Hofstra University’s Music Department and its BS in Music Business program in a roundup...

Hofstra Welcomes New Faculty

Hofstra University welcomes 26 new faculty members for the 2017-18 academic year, including eight  in the Frank G. Zarb School of Business; nine in...

Dr. Pugliese Publishes New Book

Will March with Italian-American Authors in the Columbus Day Parade Dr. Stanislao Pugliese, professor of history and the Queensboro UNICO...

Writing Center Tutors Published

Six Hofstra Writing Center student tutors had their work published in The Dangling Modifier, a peer-reviewed, open-access newsletter. This most...

Hofstra Ranks High

Engineering Program 38th on Latest US News List The Fred DeMatteis School of Engineering and Applied Science is ranked 38th  in the nation for...

New Faculty Tenure and Promotions

Hofstra University has awarded tenure and/or promotion to 23 faculty members, including six from the Hofstra College of Liberal Arts and Sciences...

Reading Series Celebrates American Dream

In celebration of the centennial of the Pulitzer Prize, Hofstra University’s English Department and the Hofstra Cultural Center are launching a...

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