Dinosaurs and Space Exploration

Dinosaur anatomy and the future of space exploration are the subjects of the spring 2018 Science Night Live or SNL  free public lecture series. The series takes place at The Helene Fortunoff Theater, located at Monroe Lecture Center, California Avenue, South Campus. For more information, contact the Hofstra Cultural Center at 516-463-5669.

Category - School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Eye of the Virtual Storm

Most people hope they never experience a hurricane. Professor Jase Bernhardt is using virtual reality to make sure they do, as part of an experiment...

Congratulations Graduates!

More than 600 undergraduate, graduate and law students earned their degrees in a ceremony at the David S. Mack Arena featuring an address from Rita...

Research Pays Off

Undergraduate students are working as paid research assistants on faculty projects ranging from developing rapid screening for designer opioids to...

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Physics Prof Works on Nobel Research

Dr. Brett Bochner, professor of physics and astronomy, contributed to research that won the 2017 Nobel Prize for Physics while he was a graduate...

WABC-TV AccuWeather/Hofstra Forum

It’s been five years since Superstorm Sandy socked the New York metropolitan area. Is our area prepared for another storm of that magnitude...

Astronomy Night at Sagamore Hill

View the moon, Saturn, Mars, multicolored double stars, nebulae and star clusters when Hofstra University’s Astronomy program partners with the...

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An Evening with Naomi Klein

The Hofstra Cultural Center presents “An Evening with Naomi Klein,” the award-winning journalist, syndicated columnist and author of the...

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