Hofstra Mourns Trustee Emeritus Joseph Dionne

The Hofstra community is deeply saddened by the passing of Trustee Emeritus Joseph Dionne, a business leader, philanthropist, and alumnus of the University. He co-founded and was chair of Private Client Resources LLC and previously served as chair and CEO of McGraw-Hill Companies Inc. Before joining McGraw-Hill in 1967, he was a teacher for 10 years in the Harborfields School District on Long Island, as well as a guidance counselor and assistant superintendent.

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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 Tuesday...

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Fall Open House Nov. 9

High school juniors and seniors and their families can learn about admission, meet faculty members and current students, explore the campus, and...

Alum Honored for Stellar Record

Bianca Nicole Saraniero ’19 is the recipient of this year’s Albert I. DaSilva Memorial Endowed Scholarship for maintaining a perfect grade point...

New Faculty Tenure and Promotions

Hofstra University has awarded tenure and/or promotion to 19 faculty members, including two from the Hofstra College of Liberal Arts and...

Fall Open House Sept. 22

High school juniors and seniors and their families can learn about admission, meet faculty members and current students, explore the campus, and...

Hofstra Welcomes New Faculty

Hofstra University welcomes 21 new faculty members for the 2019-20 academic year, including one in the Frank G. Zarb School of Business; seven in the...

Technology in Developmental Education

School of Education Professor Rebecca Natow co-authored an article on using technology in education published in the Community College Journal of...

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