$1.6M Grant For HS Coding Program

Hofstra has been awarded a $1.6 million National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to launch an interdisciplinary program that will introduce hands-on coding and computer modeling to an economically and ethnically diverse group of early high school students.

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Bust the Stress Away

Finals Week Survival Tip #1: make sure you take a study break. Tip #2? Play with puppies.

Degrees of Success

2017 Spring Commencement Weekend May 21-22, David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex Hofstra University will celebrate its spring commencement...

Final Max Kolb Telethon – April 30

Senior students at the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication will air the 16th annual – and final – Friends of Max Kolb Telethon on Sunday...

Studying Media

Students and faculty from the Department of Journalism, Media Studies and Public Relations in the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication recently...

Screen Queen

Alison Bonaviso, a junior video/television and business major in the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication, is a recipient of two New York Women...

Radio Active

Juliana Spano, senior rhetorical studies major with a concentration in political communication, won three national Gracie Awards for excellence in...

A Reason to Smile

About 30 undergraduate and graduate students from the School of Health Professions and Human Services volunteered at the annual Give Kids a Smile...

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