July 10, 2015
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Weekly Roundup – July 10-17, 2015

News, In The News, General News

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Student Success

Wall Street Journal Incoming graduate student Kathleen Downes participated in New York’s First Disability Pride Parade (7/12/15)

Learning Hubs

Newsday AUPAC listed in complete guide to Long Island theaters and performing arts centers (7/15/15)

Faculty Excellence

Biz Ed Magazine Robert B. Willumstad School of Business Dean Rajib Sanyal appointment highlighted (7/8/15)

Newsday Michael Driscoll on knowing when it’s time to dump a bad stock (7/13/15)

U.S. News & World Report Alumnus and Clinical Professor and Senior Executive in Residence Michael Driscoll explains What Investors Need to Know About Greece’s New Bailout (7/14/15)

The Island Now Adelphi University Center for Health Innovation Director Elizabeth Gross Cohn honored by the White House as a Champion of Change (7/16/15)

Newsday Adjunct Karen Siris elected to the board of directors of Child Abuse Prevention Services in Roslyn. (7/16/15)

Panther Pride/Community Involvement

FiOS1 News Adjunct and alumna Lisa Santos on Camp Abilities Long Island (7/10/15)

Nerd Wallet Garden City listed as one of the Best Places to Start a Business in New York (7/13/15)

Newsday ID Tech Camp (7/15/15)

Social Issues/Sustainability

Five Towns Herald Jaggar Community Fellows featured for their work in the community (7/15/15)

Adelphi Degrees/Careers 

Rhyme Junkie Alumnus Chuck D’s new Hip-Hop Ad Agency, mADurgency featured (7/13/15)

New Jersey Business Alumnus Gary E. Loesch, P.E., DEE is named the chair of the American Council of Engineering Companies Business Insurance Trust (7/13/15)

Washington Post Alumnus Michael Lindsay will talk about his friendship with Jonathan Larson at Albert Einstein High School (7/14/15)

New York Real Estate Journal United Realty appoints Ari Shaiken as Assistant Vice President of Sales for the Southeast Region (7/15/15)

PRLog The Fitzpatrick Academy of Irish Dancing founded by alumna Kelly Fitzpatrick to send dancers to compete in the 2015 North American Irish Dance Championships (7/15/15)

Malverne-West Hempstead-Lynbrook Patch West Hempstead Board of Education appointed alumnus Daniel M. Rehman as the district’s new assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction (7/15/15)

Long Island Herald Alumnus Stephen R. Mahler, who was mayor of Atlantic Beach for 18 years, will be honored at a dinner (7/15/15)

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