2019 Mentor of the Year: Sleiman Ghorayeb

Sleiman R. Ghorayeb, PhD, professor of engineering at the Fred DeMatteis School of Engineering and Applied Science, has been named the 2019 Mentor of the Year, an annual award that honors outstanding faculty supervision of advanced undergraduate research.

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Remembering Dr. Bruce Lister

The Hofstra community is deeply saddened by the passing of Bruce A. Lister, a long-time supporter of the university’s science and engineering...

Stay On Track This Summer

Summer Session at Hofstra University offers several benefits – flexible schedules, distance learning courses, the chance to catch up on distribution...

Sisterhood in STEM

Civil engineering major Robyn Alma ’21 and her twin sister Jenna, who is studying biomedical engineering, share their thoughts on women in...

Fire Protection Engineering

Fire protection engineering – the study of the causes of fires and how building design influences the prevention and suppression of fires – is a...

Decoding Code

Computer Science faculty and students recently hosted a campus-wide interactive event designed to demystify computer programming. The ‘Hour of Code’...

Cyber Warfare

Three computer science students emerged as winners at Hofstra’s 3rd Annual Capture the Flag cybersecurity competition.  Over a 24-hour period...

Communication is Key

Engineering and computer science students need to develop soft skills if they want to compete in today’s global market, according to Hofstra alumnus...

Hofstra Goes to Washington

Five students with outstanding academic records and keen interest in American politics will participate in a seminar at The Washington Center...

Midyear Graduation Celebration

Commencement Speaker is Scott Rechler, CEO and Chairman of RXR Realty LLC Approximately 600 undergraduate, graduate and law students will participate...

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