It’s been another outstanding year for Adelphi University in the news–locally, nationally and around the world.

Throughout 2022, our top-notch academic programs and awards made headlines, and our faculty and administrators shared their expertise in more than 1,000 stories and op-eds on a wide range of topics, including international affairs, childcare policy, cybersecurity and higher education.

Read some of our top stories:

AP News, At UN, hope peeks through the gloom despite a global morass

Katie Laatikainen, PhD, discusses the UN General Assembly.

HuffPost, 5 Habits That Have Been Wiped Out By The Internet

Margaret Cassidy, PhD, professor and chair of communications, is quoted extensively. The story has been picked up in several other national outlets.

Healthline, What You Should Know About the Latest Deadly Synthetic Fentanyl Product 

Marissa Abram ’08, PhD ’17, assistant professor and director of the Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner program, shares her expertise on treating and reversing opioid poisoning.

Politics NY, Power Players in Education Christine Riordan President of Adelphi University 

President Christine Riordan is interviewed about successful initiatives at the Adelphi and future plans for the University.

The Wall Street Journal, What We Lose When Companies Make Things Easier for Consumers

Katherine Fiori, PhD, professor and chair of psychology, is quoted in an article about frictionless commerce.

U.S. News & World Report, Services That Allow You to Buy Now, Pay Later

Business faculty members Rakesh Gupta and Robert Goldberg add their perspective and advice.

University Business, These 40 colleges and universities earn 5 stars for LGBTQ work

Adelphi’s recognition as a Best of Best college for LGBTQ+ students by Campus Pride is featured.

Newsday (paywall), Bellone: Suffolk Employee Social Security Numbers Exposed in Recent Cyber Attack

Kees Leune, PhD, program director of computer science, shares his cybersecurity expertise.

The Chronicle of Higher Education, How Colleges Help Students With Basic Needs

Anna Zinko, assistant vice president for student affairs, and Jessica Monaco, coordinator of integrated care and case management, share the helpful services and programs Adelphi offers to students.

Forbes, America’s Top Colleges

Adelphi is listed among the top colleges in the United States.

The Mind Health Report, What Really Causes Depression 

Jacques Barber, PhD, dean of the School of Psychology, helps to explain chemical imbalance theories.

Newsday (paywall), College international programs, ravaged by COVID, show signs of a return

Adelphi Junior Madina Tuktina is interviewed about her experience being an international student.

Long Island Business News, At Adelphi, new half-semester online programs for adult learners 

This story features Adelphi’s College of Professional and Continuing Studies’ new, flexible online programming.

The Hill, Democrats are not defending women and children

Elizabeth Palley, JD, PhD, professor of social work, advocates for women and children in an op-ed.

DocumentedNY, Death of a Dairy Farm Worker Exposes Dangerous Conditions and Labor Abuse

Maggie Gray, associate professor of political science, co-writes a piece on dangerous labor conditions at a New York dairy farm–and the tragic story of one worker who died as a result.

Financial Times, Times Letter: Why economic forecasting remains a mug’s game

Mariano Torras, PhD, authors a letter on economic forecasting.

Faculty Focus, Creating a Culture of Mentoring on Campus  

Chotsani Williams West, MA ’07, executive director of diversity, equity and inclusion, published an op-ed in this academic publication.

Foreign Policy Research Institute, The Implications of Taiwan’s 2022 Local Elections

Vincent Wang, PhD, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, discusses what the elections mean for Taiwan in a panel discussion.

INSIGHT Into Diversity, 2022 Inspiring Programs in STEM Awards

The College of Arts and Sciences’ inclusive Computer Science Curriculum receives recognition.

Psychology Today, Financial Impatience Across the Globe

Karolina Lempert, PhD, assistant professor of psychology, connects psychological health with the global financial crisis.

Newsday, Conversations to have with your child before they go to college

Diann Cameron Kelly, associate provost for student success, gives advice for parents as their children head off to college in an op-ed.

TechStory, How and why cryptocurrency came into existence

Mark Grabowski, JD, associate professor of communications, shares his expertise on cryptocurrency.

Consumer Reports, What You Can Learn From Home Hearing Tests

Yula Serpanos, PhD, a professor in Communication Sciences and Disorders, explains the limitations of app-based hearing tests.

Inside Higher Ed, Helping Students Overcome Presentation Anxiety

An op-ed by Traci Levy, PhD, associate professor of political science, describes her unique “presentation cafe” model of teaching.

PopSugar, How to Know When It’s Time to DTR

Lawrence Josephs, PhD, professor of psychology, discusses when it’s the proper time to establish labels in new relationships.

Long Island Press, It Takes a Village… But the Villagers Are Not Thriving (At Least Not in the Nonprofit Sector)

Daniel Kaplan, PhD, director of Adelphi’s Center for Nonprofit Leadership, shares his thoughts on improving the nonprofit industry in an op-ed.

Diverse Issues in Higher Education, Neurodiversity Belongs in Higher Education

The Bridges to Adelphi program is featured and its director, Diana Damilatis-Kull ’10, MA ’12, MA ’14, is quoted.

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