LIU Brooklyn Encourages Midlife Entrepreneurship Through Partnership With Stage2Startups

For many people, talk of entrepreneurship and incubators provokes thoughts of Millennials and Generation Z. However, the reality is quite different. According to a...

LIU Brooklyn Nursing Student Travels to Peru on Medical Mission

With a state-of-the-art simulation laboratory, a commitment to interprofessional education, and licensing examination pass rates that exceed national averages, students come to LIU Brooklyn’s...

LIU Brooklyn MBA Student Cooks Up a Sustainable Business Plan for India

LIU Brooklyn MBA student Nikhil Pawar represented the University with distinction in the New York State Business Plan Competition, advancing to the statewide finals...

LIU Brooklyn Student Malika Jordan Selected for NYCDOE Teaching Academy

The start of a new school year always comes with a certain amount of excitement, but for Malika Jordan, it’s a little different. After...

LIU Pharmacy Students Travel on International Rotations

With a 130-year legacy of pharmaceutical education in Brooklyn and more than 65 elite clinical affiliations, LIU Pharmacy’s proud tradition is one of ongoing...

LIU Brooklyn Alumna Wins Fulbright Distinguished Award in Teaching

Having taught in New York City ever since earning her MSEd from LIU Brooklyn’s School of Education in 2011, Aisling Roche has always embraced...

LIU Brooklyn Professor Helps Star Athletes Win Big

LIU Brooklyn assistant professor Tony Ricci hasn’t exactly “gotten away from it all” this summer. In fact, some of his biggest moments in recent...

Wall Street Journal Publishes Israel Oped about N. Korea

The Wall Street Journal printed an oped piece by former Congressman Steve Israel, Chairman of the Global Institute at LIU and General (Ret.) Robert...

LIU Pharmacy’s Fernando Gonzalez Discusses Dangers of Expired Medication on Fox 5

As a leader in the education of the next generation of pharmacists, Dr. Fernando Gonzalez wants to make sure that their patients listen to...

LIU and Sanford Harmony Making a Difference in Elementary Education

At P.S. 65 in Staten Island, social and emotional learning (SEL) has been a core part of the school’s identity ever since it opened...

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