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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Alumna Delivers TEDx Talk

When alumna Cristina Cortez delivered a TEDx Talk in Everett, Washington, earlier this year, her message was simple: Don’t accept limitations in life.

Graduate Open House June 3

Hofstra will host a Graduate Studies Open House on Saturday, June 3. The event, sponsored by the Office of Graduate Admissions, will...

Student Wins Scholarship to Japan

Garrett Shum ’18 has been awarded a U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship to study Japanese in Hikone, Japan, this summer.

FYC Art on Display

First Year Connections (FYC) students enrolled in the arts seminars “Thinking in Clay” with Professor Paul Chaleff and “What Is a Museum?” with...

Fulbright Pride

A history professor who will conduct research in Latin America about women’s soccer and a senior who will spend 10 months teaching English in Germany...

Head of the Class

Recent Grad Awarded DaSilva Scholarship for Perfect GPA Hofstra graduate and Westbury resident Timothy Michel ‘15 has been named a recipient of the...

Bright Ideas

A trio of international students who are teammates on the soccer field won first place in the 2017 Hofstra-Digital Remedy Venture Challenge and...

Fine Arts Spring Showcase

May 3-21, 2017, Calkins Hall Hundreds of paintings, sculptures, drawings, photographs, and works of 3D, design and new media will be on display at...

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