Provost Announces Teachers of the Year

Provost and Senior
Vice President for Academic Affairs Herman A. Berliner has announced the 2018-2019
Teachers of the Year. The recipients will be formally recognized at the 23rd Annual Hofstra Gala on May 2, 2019.

Category - DeMatteis School of Engineering and Applied Science

New Beginnings

It is that time of year again when faculty and administrators are looking closely at the entrance and the exit doors of their schools. How many first...

Seminar Hits Home Run

An engineering professor is putting a new spin on baseball.   Baseball Analytics, a new Honors College seminar offered this semester, explores the...

DaSilva Dynamo

Mechanical Engineering major Ariel Golshan ‘18 has been named the recipient of this year’s Albert I. DaSilva Memorial Endowed Scholarship for...

Engineering Sustainability

Parts of the “Cast & Place” pavilion built by a team of architects, engineers and artists including Hofstra engineering professor Edward Segal...

Spring Commencement May 20

Fresh off winning the Pulitzer Prize, investigative journalist Ronan Farrow will serve as a commencement speaker at Hofstra University. He joins a...

Capital Campaign Raises $232M

Hofstra University has raised $232 million as part of a capital campaign that led to the naming of five schools and generated significant scholarship...

Raising Awareness

Consciousness-raising is one of the responsibilities we have as engineering educators (and of course I am using the term “engineering” inclusive of...

Optimistic Employment Outlook

It is useful on occasion to immerse oneself in statistics, especially those compiled by objective governmental agencies such as the Bureau of Labor...

So You Want To Be An Engineer?

Building a career in engineering isn’t just about honing technical skills, according to Joseph M. Heaney III, founder and principal of Walden...

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