College for a Day – Upcoming Dates

High school seniors and their families will get an up-close look at what it’s like to attend Hofstra University at College for a Day on Monday, October 14. Students can even attend a real Hofstra class.

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Girls in Engineering

Engineers for a Day

About 30 girls from local high schools and Girl Scout troops throughout Long Island spent a day building bridges, touring labs and learning about...

Get Ahead This Summer

Summer Sessions at Hofstra offer several opportunities for students to stay on track or get ahead.

Engineering Enigma Trip

DeMatteis Students Connect at Facebook

Eleven computer science and engineering students attended the 2018 USENIX Enigma Conference and Facebook’s University Cybersec Partnership Day in...

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...

360 Degree Education

Students are now spending class time fighting zombies and flipping through coloring books, thanks to a new course that lets them explore the art and...

Three Mathematics in STEM

Did you know that there are three kinds of mathematics? The math that’s taught, the math that’s learned, and the math that’s needed in the 21st...

Engineering Presentation

Engineering Design at DeMatteis

A motorized arm, wall climbing robots and a non-invasive glucose monitoring system were a few of the senior design projects presented by DeMatteis...

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...

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...

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