Little-Used Lifesaver

In his latest op-ed for Newsday, public health professor Anthony Santella writes about the barriers that keep a lifesaving HIV pill from widespread use in the United States.

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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...

Undergraduate Research Day

More than 110 students in disciplines as diverse as anthropology, biology, sustainability studies, dance education, political science, media studies...

Spring Commencement May 20

Fresh off winning the Pulitzer Prize, investigative journalist Ronan Farrow will serving 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...

OT Advocacy Day

Graduate students in the Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (OT) program traveled to the state Capitol in Albany recently to meet with...

Eye-CATCHing

Graduate student in the Creative Arts Therapy Club of Hofstra (CATCH) organized an art exhibit of works created by students and faculty of the MA in...

National Public Health Week 2018

This year’s National Public Health Week event series  brings together Hofstra faculty and staff from several disciplines and departments, local and...

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