Training the Next Generation of Scientists

The Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery (GOSR) and Hofstra University have launched a Summer Science Research Program that pairs some of Long Island’s brightest high school science students with University faculty for an intensive five-week program. The program, funded by a $240,000 program grant, is part of an integrated strategy to provide environmental stewardship opportunities to Long Island youth. Working closely with Hofstra faculty mentors, students will develop environmental research projects related to Long Island’s Mill River Basin watershed on Long Island’s South Shore in southwest Nassau County.

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Potential for Greatness

Marketing alumnus Mitch Wexler ’82, a partner at Fragomen Worldwide, talks about the entrepreneurialism that was instilled in him at Hofstra...

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ECAC Recognizes Academic Acheivement

The Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) has announced the Academic and President’s Honor Roll Lists for Spring 2018 and the organization...

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