Newsome Adds to Prodigious Résumé

Renowned saxophonist and composer Samuel Newsome, Associate Professor of Music, was awarded the 2020 Instant Award in Improvised Music. Newsome was also named a...

Haiti’s Minister of Foreign Affairs

Dr. Claude Joseph, ’12, is Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Haiti. Joseph previously served as Chartered Ambassador to Argentina. Prior to...

Star on the Rise

The new single “In a Young Person’s Body” by Kora Feder, ’17, was named one of the top “Protest songs on the Rise in...

Forbes’ Best of the Year

Forbes praised the work of Marjan Moghaddam, Professor of Media Arts, naming her Mixed Reality and Augmented Reality (AR) Art project one of the best...

Karl Rove Projects Future of Presidential Elections

Karl Rove, known as “The Architect” of President George W. Bush’s 2000 and 2004 campaigns, discussed how the election process will change in the...

Turner Joins FBI Leadership Team

Brian C. Turner, ’98, was named Assistant Director of the Operational Technology Division at FBI Headquarters in Washington, DC. Turner served in the U.S....

Leading Interpublic Group’s Matterkind

Sean Muzzy, ’99, is President, North America at Matterkind, a new audience engagement company within Interpublic Group, one of the “Big Four” advertising agencies. Muzzy joined Interpublic...

CEO of St. Mary’s Medical Center

Cynthia McCauley, ’88, was appointed Chief Executive Officer at St. Mary’s Medical Center and The Palm Beach Children’s Hospital. McCauley previously served as Chief...

Italian History for Representatives in Rome

Dr. Vincenzo Pascale, Associate Professor of English, Philosophy and Languages, presented his book Il Secolo delle Navi to the Italian House of Representatives in Rome. The...

Men’s Hockey Scores Inaugural Head Coach

Long Island University has selected Brett Riley to lead the Division I men's ice hockey program. Riley is a third-generation collegiate hockey coach who...

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