Professor Honored for Advocacy Work

Mary Anne Trasciatti, PhD, associate professor of rhetoric and public advocacy, was honored  recently as a “woman of distinction” by the Long Beach City Council as part of its Women’s History Month celebrations.

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Professor Wins NEH Grant

Religion Professor Julie Byrne has won a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) award for a book project using oral history, ethnography, and...

An Overview of UN Secretary-Generals

Dr. Bernard Firestone, professor of political science, is a contributor to the book, The UN Secretary-General and the Security Council: A Dynamic...

Bread Loaf Barn Reading

Professor of Drama Cindy Rosenthal, author of Ellen Stewart Presents: Fifty Years of La MaMa Experimental Theatre (University of Michigan Press)...

90th Anniversary Tribute to “Apollo”

Professor of Music Chandler Carter presented an informal talk at a symposium on the Stravinsky/Balanchine ballet Apollo (1928) held at the New York...

Prof. Cassio Presents and Performs Abroad

Francesca Cassio, professor of music and the Sardani Harbans Kaur Chair in Sikh Musicology will present a paper at the ICTM (International Council...

Susannah Ray, Dessert Table, Barretto Point Park, The Bronx, 2015

Explore the Shores of NYC

Adjunct Associate Professor of Fine Arts, Design, Art History Susannah Ray will give a talk about her new book of photography, New York Waterways, at...

New Grant Expands Coding Program

A Hofstra program that trains college students to teach coding at local middle schools will be expanded to reach another 500 youngsters this fall...

Bilingualism Can Alter Perception

Scott Schroeder, PhD, assistant professor of Speech, Language, Hearing Sciences in the School of Health Professions and Human Services, co-authored a...

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