Remote Medical Monitoring

Technological advancements that allow health care providers to remotely monitor and treat patients was the focus of a computer science seminar hosted by the Fred DeMatteis School of Engineering and Applied Science.  

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A League of Our Own: Women in STEM

Faculty and students from the Fred DeMatteis School of Engineering and Applied Science weighed in on “Increasing Women’s Participation in STEM Careers” as part...

Innovation By Design

Eggs and bagels were served, but not for brunch. Instead, they were launched from mechanical devices built by first year engineering students during...

Cybersecurity Capture the Flag

Twenty computer science students tested their cybersecurity skills at the 2nd Annual Cybersecurity Capture the Flag (CTF) contest hosted by Hofstra’s...

Building the Future

Every day as I walk my way through campus, I see the progress being made on the new four-story building that will soon house the Frank G. Zarb School...

Congratulations Graduates!

More than 600 undergraduate, graduate and law students earned their degrees in a ceremony at the David S. Mack Arena featuring an address from Rita...

Engineering a Renewable Future

Eighteen students from Malverne High School and Sacred Heart Academy spent their weekends this fall in Hofstra’s Robotics and Advanced Manufacturing...

Face Time with Facebook

If you aspire to a career in cybersecurity, study more than just computer science, a panel of Facebook software engineers told students as part of...

Startup Standouts

Five students with business ideas that ranged from an IPhone camera accessory to a waterless car wash service won the Center for Entrepreneurship’s...

New Cybersecurity Degree

The Department of Computer Science is launching a new cybersecurity degree that will prepare students for careers in one of the tech industry’s...

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