Sharks Showcase Excellence in the Classroom

LIU Shark student-athletes continue to earn awards for their outstanding performances in the classroom during the 2020-21 academic year. The LIU men’s and women’s...

Farabaugh ’14 Named Director of the Desmond-Fish Public Library

Deirdre Farabaugh ’14 was named as the new director of the Desmond-Fish Public Library by the Board of Trustees. Farabaugh was selected due to her...

Pharmacy Professors Make Important Discovery in Chronic Disease

Long Island University professors have published a groundbreaking study in Nature Journal Scientific Reports that serves to advance the treatment of cirrhosis, a liver disease that...

Fencing Olympian Wins Title at Summer Nationals

Former 2004 Olympic Fencing Team member and LIU women’s fencing Head Coach Ivan Lee won the Veteran 40-49 Men’s Saber title at the USA...

Govenor Cuomo Appoints Educator and Restaurateur to CUNY Board of Trustees

Angelo Vivolo '68, former educator turned successful restaurateur, was appointed by Governor Andrew Cuomo to the CUNY Board of Trustees. Vivolo served as a...

Author Inspires Environmental Preservation in New Book

Alan Adaschik '73 travels to breathtaking locations in Alaska and advocates for the preservation of our planet’s environment in his new book, An Alaskan Adventure:...

New England Women’s Hockey Alliance Gives Academic Honors to The Sharks

23 Members of the LIU women’s hockey team were recognized with All-Academic Team honors by the New England Women’s Hockey Alliance. The LIU Sharks...

Fashion Merchandising Director Discusses Gen Z Innovators

Fashion Merchandising Program Director Cherie Serota offered expert advice to brands that appeal to Gen Z consumers. In an interview with Sourcing Journal, a...

National Women’s Hockey League Drafts LIU Captain

Morgan Schauer, LIU women’s hockey senior captain, became the first Shark ever drafted to a professional women’s hockey team. The Metropolitan Riveters selected her...

Renowned School of Business Earns Extended AACSB Accreditation

The Long Island University School of Business is among less than 5% of the more than 16,000 schools granting business degrees around the world...

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