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July 18, 2015
 
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Weekly Roundup – July 18-24, 2015

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Student Success

The Jerusalem Post Student Arielle Channin on Itzik Yarkoni, tech startup company founder of Brand of Milk and Honey (BOMAH) (7/22/15)

Levittown Tribune Incoming lacrosse athlete and nursing major Jacquelyn McCreary won a Winthrop-University Hospital’s Sports Medicine Program scholarship (7/22/15)

Garden City Life Women’s lacrosse player Jacqueline Jahelka featured (7/22/15)

U.S. News & World Report Tristan Baharally on questions tour guides wish students would ask on college visits (7/24/15)

Syosset/Jericho Tribune Incoming music student Ryan Serchuk honored with Nassau BOCES Long Island High School for the Arts (LIHSA) Certificate Ceremony this past June (7/24/15)


Learning Hubs

Newsday Adelphi Galleries listed in complete guide to Long Island art galleries (7/20/15)

UN Many Languages, One World highlighted (7/20/15) 

Before It’s News Online master’s in healthcare informatics featured (7/20/15) 

BestColleges.com Adelphi recognized for its online master’s in nutrition program (7/22/15)

CollegesofDistinction.com Adelphi has been identified as a 2015-2016 College of Distinction for its exemplary commitment to the Four Distinctions: Engaged Students, Great Teaching, Vibrant Community and Successful Outcomes (7/22/15)

Long Island Exchange Adelphi University presents Richmond Lewis art exhibition (7/22/15)

PR Log Adelphi students learn from the professionals of the New York Theatre Workshop (7/22/15)

LongIsland.com Richmond Lewis art exhibition highlighted (7/23/15)

New York Times AUPAC film screening of Show Boat (7/23/15)

Garden City News Richmond Lewis art exhibition featured (7/24/15)

LongIsland.com Adelphi partnership with New York Theatre Workshop (7/24/15)


Faculty Excellence

Business News Daily Professors Reveal What They Love & Hate About Their Jobs. Robert B. Willumstad School of Business Professor MaryAnne Hyland shares details (7/18/15)

New York Daily News President Christine M. Riordan Announcement (7/20/15)


Panther Pride/Community Involvement

Sports Sun Journal Former Adelphi Head Basketball Coach Steve Clifford will be inducted into The New England Basketball Hall of Fame (7/17/15)

Garden City News The Friends of the Adelphi University Library event mentioned (7/24/15)


Social Issues/Sustainability

Newsday Adjunct Victor Caliman letter to the editor on poverty and impact on education outcomes (7/22/15)


Adelphi Degrees/Careers 

Bloomberg Business Alumnus Henry P. Herms is the Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Finance at ITUS Corporation (7/20/15)

Long Island Exchange Alumna Dawn Daisley selected as East End Arts Artist-in-Residence (7/20/15)

Reuters The Bon-Ton Stores, Inc. Names Alumnus William Tracy Chief Operating Officer (7/21/15)

RecruitingBlogs.com Alumna Ann Aldrich is writing for a blog (7/21/15)

St. Francis Hospital Alumnus Ronald J. Gulotta has been appointed Chief Medical Officer (7/22/15)

Bloomberg Business Lincoln National Corp. hired alumnus Carey Hobbs as head of variable-annuity risk management  (7/22/15)

Women’s Fund of Long Island Alumna Bernice Sims to be honored at the Women Achievers Breakfast Award (7/23/15)

LifeHealthPro Alumna Eileen McDonnell featured in an article about women in the insurance industry (7/24/15)

Juxtapoz Q&A with alumnus Chuck D (7/24/15)

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