Giving HS Science a Tech Edge

Students from six Nassau County school districts will be using computational thinking and coding to learn biology thanks to training their teachers are receiving at Hofstra University.
The professional training is part of a program to transform science education called the STEM + Computer (STEM +C) Partnership, funded by a $1.6 million National Science Foundation grant awarded to Hofstra in 2017.

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Literacy Student Talks Writing

Literacy Studies doctoral student Melissa McMullan wrote an article recently published by the Teachers & Writer’s Magazine entitled, “Problem-based...

Education Achievement Highlights

School of Education Professor Dr. Alan Singer presented a lecture entitled, “Battling Against Metal-Detectors and Criminalization in an Inner-city...

Nominated by Northwell

Dr. Nicholas Hernandez, MD, a graduate student in the School of Education who has done extensive international volunteer work, was a finalist for...

Clinicians Become Ed Leaders

The School of Education’s new master’s program for practicing health professionals graduated its first class of 11 students earlier this month. Among...

Innovative Research in STEM Education

Several graduate students in the School of Education presented their research on teaching science, technology, engineering and math to elementary...

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...

Building Bridges

Sixty eighth-graders spent a recent morning at Hofstra discussing gun control and race relations as part of a program that brings students of...

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