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November 4, 2016
 
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Weekly Roundup: October 28-November 4, 2016

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Faculty/Staff in the News

 

LI retailers, chains adjust for online holiday sales growth

November 2, 2016 ⎸Newsday

Adjunct Professor Thomas Shinick on what can small businesses on Long Island do to compete with e-tailers and large retailers when it comes to e-commerce featured in Newsday.  

 

Hempstead To Vote On Removal Of Town IDA Members

November 2, 2016 ⎸WSHU Radio

Adjunct Professor Thomas Shinick on the pros and cons of Industrial Development Agency (IDA) in light of the Town of Hempstead voting to remove members of the IDA later this month after they granted millions of dollars in tax breaks to the owners of the Green Acres Mall in Valley Stream.

 

Mercyhurst Hosts Conference on Autism in Higher Education

November 2, 2016 ⎸Erie News Now

Clinical Assistant Professor Stephen Shore keynoted the Autism in Higher Education Conference at Mercyhurst at Erie’s Bayfront Convention Center.

 

Yuengling beer boycott is false virtue signaling

November 2, 2016 ⎸Washington Examiner

Associate Professor Mark Grabowski penned an op-ed on the boycott following Yuengling beer’s company support of Trump for the Washington Examiner.

 

9 Surprising Ways Stress Is Good for Your Body

November 3, 2016 ⎸Reader’s Digest

Adjunct Professor Deborah Serani is featured on Nine Surprising Ways Stress Is Good For Your Body in Reader’s Digest.

 

Chinese-Americans voters mobilize ahead of US election

November 4, 2016 ⎸CCTV America

Professor Jean Lau Chin on the Chinese-American views of the presidential election landscape.

 

University in the News


Clean Bill Of Health

November 2, 2016 ⎸Security Today

Adelphi’s commitment to safety and security and Nexus Building is featured on Security Today.

 

Adelphi Apprentice Challenge

November 4, 2016 ⎸News12 Long Island

Adelphi University Robert B. Willumstad School of Business held its tenth Adelphi Apprentice Challenge. More than 240 students from 27 high schools worked in 24 mixed teams to assemble a successful strategic marketing plan in an hour for a subscription sample box company. The winning team was Universal Sweets.

 

Alumni in the News


Alice Hoffman Remains Faithful With New Book

November 3, 2016 ⎸Long Island Weekly

Adelphi alumna Alice Hoffman’s newest book, Faithful, went on sale at all major retailers on November 1 and she is one of the special guests at Long Island LitFest on December 7.

 

Elana Zolfo

November 3, 2016 ⎸Diverse Issues in Higher Education

Elana Zolfo has been appointed dean of the Larry I. Luing School of Business at Berkeley College. She was vice president for workforce development for the Aerospace and Defense Diversification Alliance in Peacetime Transition. Zolfo earned an M.B.A. from Adelphi University.

 

Hurricane Sandy survivor, nurse, educator and author Angela Sammarco dies

November 3, 2016 ⎸Silive.com

Adelphi alumna Angela Sammarco, a dedicated nurse, professor and author has passed away at the age of 61 in her home two years after surviving hurricane Sandy.

 

Boiling Point Players Opens New Season with ‘Improvised Play x 3’

November 3, 2016 ⎸BroadwayWorld.com

Adelphi alumna Autumn Clark is part of “An Improvised Play x3” at the Obsidian Theater produced by Cone Man Running Productions and showing November 13 through 15 at 8:00 p.m.

 

Kids, Race, & Bias: A Thank-You Note to My Mom

November 4, 2016 ⎸Nextshark

Grace Eun Hyung Kim came to the US as a refugee of the Korean War. Through the generosity of a local church group in New York City, she was awarded a full scholarship to Adelphi. She spent her early professional years at the Mt. Cavalry Child Care Center in New York’s Harlem, under the guidance of Shirley Chisholm, who would later become the first African American woman elected to Congress. Grace was the first educational director of the Newark, NJ Head Start program, where she would serve for 20+ years.

 

Arts in the News


What’s happening on Long Island this weekend

November 3, 2016 ⎸Long Island Herald

Adelphi Symphony Orchestra, Marat/Sade and The Okee Dokee Brothers featured in What’s happening on Long Island this weekend.

 

Do This: Long Island Concerts & Events November 3–9

November 3, 2016 ⎸Long Island Press

The Okee Dokee Brothers and David Brooks lecture at Adelphi highlighted in Do This: Long Island Concerts & Events November 3–9.

 

The top seven events for the coming week

November 3, 2016 ⎸The Island Now

David Brooks: What to Expect “Tomorrow” — The Presidential Election being held at Adelphi Monday, Nov. 7 at 7 p.m. featured in The Top Seven Events for the Coming Week.

 

David Brooks

November 3, 2016 ⎸Long Island Weekly

David Brooks, whose New York Times column is widely praised for bringing audiences face-to-face with the spirit of our times through humor, insight and quiet passion, will be at Adelphi University on November 7, 2016.  

 

Socially Speaking

November 4, 2016 ⎸Garden City News

Friends of Adelphi University Library program will take place on Sunday, November 6, from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. by Joshua Ruff on “Long Island in the Sixties.” The Garden Department of the Community Club of Garden City and Hempstead will be presenting a talk by Dr. Beth Christensen on “Global Warming” on Wednesday, November 9 at the Garden City Casino.

 

 
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