National Public Health Week 2019

The 2019 National Public Health Week event series will examine contemporary issues such as the health benefits of exercise, overlooked health issues in young people with disabilities, aging, maternal mortality, concussions, and the health risks associated with incarceration. 

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The Write Stuff

Ten Long Island and New York City students from diverse racial, cultural, and economic backgrounds have been selected to participate in the Lawrence...

Youth Film Day Opens Strong

More than 100 teens from New York and New Jersey attended the inaugural Youth Film Day, where they explored film and television careers in directing...

$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...

Summer Stories

Ten high school students from diverse racial, cultural, and economic backgrounds will participate in the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication’s...

Building a Healthy Nation

The fifth annual National Public Health Week event series (April 3 and 4) will examine several pressing challenges facing health professionals today...

Brain Bee

It was a buzzworthy meeting of young minds at the Long Island Brain Bee, a regional high school science competition hosted for the first time at...

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