DeMatteis Dean Sina Rabbany: Rising Above the Challenges

In these extraordinary times I just want to make a few observations on behalf of our school. First of all, I want to thank all the faculty, staff and students of the Fred DeMatteis School of Engineering and Applied Science for adapting so well to the changed circumstances wrought by the COVID-19 outbreak. On Sunday evening, March 8th, we all were informed that in-person classes would be cancelled, and that we would have two weeks to shift entirely to online instruction and learning. This past Monday, March 23rd, we began that mode of teaching, and all indications so far show that it has been successful.

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University Closed Sun. Jan. 24

Hofstra University will be closed Sunday, Jan. 24, 2016 due to heavy snow and blizzard conditions across the New York metropolitan area.

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Approximately 500 undergraduate, graduate and law students celebrated earning their degrees at Hofstra’s midyear commencement ceremony on Sunday...

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