Award-Winning Administrator Selected as Superintendent

John O’Keefe ’12 was unanimously elected to serve as assistant superintendent of business for Great Neck Public Schools. O’Keefe previously served as an administrator...

Accomplished Non-Profit Leader Appointed as Director

Keith Scott ’16, professor in the department of social work, was selected as the grants director for Family & Children’s Association, a leading health...

Prestigious Alumnus Joins Forbes Top 30 Wealthiest Americans

Ray Dalio, founder and co-chief investment officer of the world’s largest hedge fund, Bridgewater Associates, moved into the top 30 wealthiest people in America...

Equestrian Team Gallops Into National Spotlight

Two Sharks won national titles at the Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association National Championships, leading the University to a fourth place finish out of 300...

Professor Elected Vice President of Physical Therapy Association

Michael Masaracchio ’01, chair of the physical therapy doctoral program, was elected as the vice president of the American Physical Therapy Association’s New York...

Shark Earns Esports National Championship Berth

Esports Junior Marco Castelli was crowned champion of the Eastern College Athletic Conference Xbox FIFA Spring Championship. Castelli will go on to compete in...

Sharks Win Second Straight National Scholar All-America Title

The men’s wrestling team defended its title as the nation’s top Scholar Team All-America with the highest GPA in the country, according to the...

Alumna Leads Cheerleading Company to National Championship

Tatiana Melani, ’12, ’13, founder of Beyond Cheer Athletics in New York City, led her non-profit competitive cheerleading program to its first regional championship....

Alumnus Launches First Los Angeles Store for Streetwear Brand

Tier, a contemporary luxury streetwear brand co-founded by Nigeria Ealey ’15, ’18, opened its first brick-and-mortar shop in the Beverly Center shopping mall in...

University Announces New Doctor of Social Work Program

The Doctor of Social Work is an accelerated 45-credit path designed to be completed in two years, including two summer intensives. Long Island University’s DSW is...

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