Alumna, Carmen Milagros Ortiz, '78, the U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts was quoted by Fox News on the Boston Marathon bombings.
Adelphi alumna, Carmen Milagros Ortiz, ’78, the U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts, was quoted by Fox News regarding the bombings in Boston this past Monday. Ortiz, the first woman and first Hispanic to be appointed to her position, is known as an aggressive prosecutor. At a press conference on Tuesday, she explained that the investigation was ongoing and gave recognition to all those who came to help aid victims last Monday.
University Professor of Music at Adelphi and Pulitzer Prize-Winning Composer Paul Moravec received a Guggenheim Fellowship for music composition. For more on this honor click here.
Dr. MaryAnne Hyland, associate professor of human resource management discussed with Long Island Business News the debate about workers telecommuting.
Dr. Gayle D. Insler, provost and senior vice president for academic affairs discussed faculty trends with Long Island Business News. “We regard our full-time faculty as extremely important to students’ educational experience and their success,” Insler said, noting Adelphi has no plans to substitute full-time faculty for part-time professors.
Dr. Gayle Insler, provost and senior vice president for academic affairs, talked about adult learners and University College in Long Island Business News. “For many adult students, it’s not just about completing the degree, but preparing for a master’s degree,” she said. “We advise our adult students with an eye toward what they need to take at the undergraduate level in order to pursue a particular master’s degree.”
Jennifer Boglioli, oo-interim director of the Office of Alumni Relations was named One to Watch in education by Long Island Business News. She has focused on mentorship and strengthening students’ leadership skills. She assisted in the development of the C.O.A.C.H. (Count on Alumni for Career Help) program, an alumni-student mentoring program.
The undergraduate Art Education Program hosted its 2nd bone making event on April 9 as part of the ongoing One Million Bones project. This is a collaborative art installation that recognizes the millions of victims and survivors who have been killed or displaced by ongoing genocides and humanitarian crises in Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Somalia and Burma. The bones made at Adelphi University will be part of a larger exhibit in Washington, D.C. Newsday photographed the event for the Wednesday, April 10 edition, it appeared on page A24.
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