July 1, 2015
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Weekly Roundup – July 1-10, 2015

News, In The News, General News

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Student Success

People Magazine Adelphi nursing student Alicia Rivera featured for her survival story and raising awareness for pancreatic cancer (7/3/15)

Newsday Theatre student Isuri Wijesundara on international students studying in the US (photo on the cover/quoted in the story) (7/6/15)

Learning Hubs Alice Hoffman Young Writers Retreat (7/3/15)

Garden City News Adelphi University acquires literary papers of alumna Alice Hoffman (7/3/15)

Faculty Excellence

White House Adelphi University Center for Health Innovation Director Elizabeth Gross Cohn honored by the White House as a Champion of Change (7/8/15) 

*Special Bonus—Watch the video and visit link to the press release

Associated Press Dr. Cohn honored for her work in precision medicine by the White House (7/8/15) 

MedCity News White House Honors Adelphi University Center for Health Innovation Director Elizabeth Gross Cohn as a Champion of Change (7/7/15) 

Smart Blog on Leadership President Riordan on 4 leadership lessons we can learn from sports (7/7/15) 

Newsday Dr. Scott featured (7/1/15)

Newsday Editorial Board salutes Dr. Scott (7/1/15)

Chronicle of Higher Education Dr. Scott featured (7/6/15)

New Orleans Advocate Associate Professor Christopher Saucedo featured for his artwork (7/1/15)

The Globe and Mail Associate Professor and Dance Department Chair Frank Augustyn comments on his former teacher Patricia Goss (7/6/15) 

Panther Pride/Community Involvement Adelphi wins big at Press Club of Long Island Awards (7/3/15)

Garden City News Adelphi mentioned in Athena’s column Socially Speaking (7/3/15)

Social Issues/Sustainability

New York Times Associate Professor Margaret Gray on farmworker rights and wages (7/6/15)

Your Health Matters Center for Health Innovation Assistant Director Meghan McPherson discussed personal preparedness and community resiliency (7/8/15)  

Adelphi Degrees: Impact & Outcome 

Enterprise Alumna Joan Goldstein is Vermont’s recently appointed commissioner of economic development (7/1/15)

Capital Region Orthopaedics Alumnus Andrew Dubin recognized as one of the Capital Region’s Top 2015 Doctors (7/1/15)

George Washington University Alumnus Michael Balboni is now member of the Board of Directors at GW Center for Cyber & Homeland Security (7/1/15)

PRWeb Alumna Stephanie Klicpera joins Galvan Industries As Hot-Dip Galvanizing Customer Service Representative (7/1/15)

Hudson Valley Press Alumna Bernadette Feltz Promoted to Manager at Ulster Savings (7/2/15)

Newsday Alumnus Jonathan Orgel is a mental health and substance abuse counselor with North Shore-LIJ Health System (7/2/15)

ADVANCE Healthcare Alumna Irene Macyk, RN, MS, PhD(c), has been named Chief Nursing Officer/Associate Executive Director, Patient Care Services at Lenox Hill Hospital (7/3/15) 

Before It’s News Alumna Zebora V. Perryman, RN, BSN at Mount Sinai Hospital profiled (7/7/15)

WSET-TV Choice Hotels International announced Adelphi alumna Andrea Fasano has been hired as the brand’s first Choice Hotels Ultimate People Person (7/8/15)

CU Insight Bethpage Federal Credit Union appoints alumna Linda Ward as Vice President of Digital Strategy (7/8/15)

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Founded in Brooklyn in 1896, Adelphi is Long Island’s oldest private coeducational university. Today Adelphi serves nearly 8,000 students at its beautiful main campus in Garden City, New York—just 23 miles from New York City’s cultural and internship opportunities—and at dynamic learning hubs in Manhattan, the Hudson Valley and Suffolk County, and online.

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