Todd Robinson ‘82 and David Duchovny, Lucia Buttaro, Mariano Torras, Meghan McPherson, Patrick Coonan
A special showing of the feature film, Phantom with director and Alumnus Todd Robinson ‘82 and actor David Duchovny at the Adelphi University Performing Arts Center was detailed by Long Island Online News.
Professors Lucia Buttaro, Ruth S. Ammon School of Education and Mariano Torras, Willumstad School of Business, spoke with Garden City Patch on the election of the first pope of the Americas. Argentinian Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio was named the latest Pope, the leader of the Catholic Church on Wednesday, March 13. Both agreed that this historical measure will bring the state of affairs in the Latin Americas to the forefront of international conversation.
“I think they’re on the right track,” said Meghan McPherson, program manager of Adelphi University’s emergency management graduate programs, to Newsday this week about the National Weather Service (NWS) proposed changes in language. NWS is seeking input regarding terms such as warning, watches, advisories, and more.
Newsday highlighted the upcoming free Women’s History Month Program, “Eleanor Roosevelt: The Promise of Human Rights,” which is planned for 12:00 p.m., Monday, March 18 in the Ruth S. Harley University Center, Room 313. Best-selling biographer on the subject of Eleanor Roosevelt, Blanche Wiesen Cook, will offer her expertise on the late First Lady of the United States.
Dean Patrick R. Coonan ’78 of the School of Nursing spoke on diversity within the program to Nurse.com writer Lisette Hilton. Coonan said he watched Adelphi’s nursing student population go from less than 10% cultural diversity to more than 50%. The student body more mirrors patients, he said, but not completely.
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