Marine Biologist Discovers Rebounding Scallop Population

Long Island University researchers have encouraging news about Long Island’s scallop population in the Peconic Bay fishery. Dr. Stephen Tettelbach, professor of biology and...

Oncology Business Expert Joins Washington Post Speaker Series

Michael Petroutsas ’97, vice president of the US Oncology Business Unit of GSK, one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical manufacturers, joined the Washington Post’s “Chasing Cancer” speaker...

Innovative Educator Discusses Civic Engagement at Leadership Summit

Cynthia Turnquest-Jones, a renowned librarian and student of the Palmer School of Library and Information Science at LIU, gave a presentation on “Civic Engagement...

White House Welcomes LIU Faculty for Equity Presentation

Professor Philip Wong, director of the Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program, spoke in front of more than 100 White House and government staff members about...

Innovative Digital Preservation Project Earns Scholarship for Archivist

Kayleigh Ferguson ’20 received the Hume Scholarship at Maynooth University in Ireland, where she will research to promote improved access and preservation of cultural...

Accomplished Judge Presides Over County Superior Court

The Honorable Robert S. Bowers ’80 will be the new presiding judge for Solano County Superior Court in California. Appointed in 2003 by Governor...

National Academic Honors for Volleyball and Bowling Student Athletes

Long Island University student-athletes once again earned recognition for their dedication to academics. The American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) announced that LIU volleyball received...

Skilled Accountant Joins Nation-Leading Energy Provider

Suzanne Wollman, CPA, ’91 joined Common Energy – one of the country’s leading community solar providers – as its senior controller to oversee corporate...

Olympic Medalist Brendon Rodney ’16 Seeks Second Medal at Tokyo Games

  Brendon Rodney, one of the most decorated track and field athletes in LIU’s history, returns to the Olympics for the Canadian National Team in...

Celebrated Author and LIU Professor Announces New Book

Emeritus professor of biology and accomplished author Bill Schutt ’78 explores the fascinating history of the human body’s most vital organ in his upcoming...

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