Enhance Academic Educational Experience
Engage in High-Impact Teaching and Learning for All Students
Build Faculty Strength
Enhance Adelphi’s Global Engagement
Engage in Smart Growth
Adelphi Prepares to Launch a Manhattan-Based M.B.A. With a Global Focus
Adelphi is committed to developing new, highly relevant programs for graduate students. One of them is an innovative Manhattan-based M.B.A. program with a global focus. Students will gain an international perspective on business in this highly personalized, hands-on M.B.A. that will use the city as its classroom. The Global M.B.A. is another way that we are creating life-changing experiences for students from all backgrounds.
Our Nexus Building Is Transforming the Academic Experience
Our nursing and public health students shape their careers in its high-tech labs, while all students take advantage of expanded support services. This glass-walled architectural marvel is a place where students gather, share, learn and find common ground. And our experimental learning labs are preparing our nursing students for the real world, in extraordinary new ways. We even have our own simulated emergency room, delivery room and eldercare living room.
Adelphi Department of Communications Professors Prepare Students for a New Journalism
The Department of Communications responds to government officials’ use of social media and dialogue with the press, preparing the next generation of reporters to navigate this changing field of journalism. Our faculty is focused on helping students prepare for careers in journalism, whatever the new challenges may be.
Developments in Adelphi’s Computer Science Department Give Students New Opportunities in the Field
Top-notch course offerings and a Game Development Lab and Cybersecurity Lab help prepare students for technological challenges. Being ready for the next level in technology careers is vital as we graduate students into a $91 billion industry.
NSF Grant Keeps Adelphi at the Forefront of Undergraduate Chemistry Research
Undergraduate students who work with Professor Maria Nagan, Ph.D., now have a supercomputer at their fingertips, thanks to a grant from the National Science Foundation. Dr. Nagan is one of 27 elite members of the Molecular Education and Research Consortium in Undergraduate computational chemistRY (MERCURY), which means that the students who work in her lab can take advantage of the latest technologies for their research.
Institute for Parenting Launches Infant Mental Health and Developmental Training Project
The first cohort of this grant-funded program—the first of its kind in our already renowned health science majors—launched in June 2016 with new cohorts each semester. This was also the first program of its kind in New York State.
Research Day 2017 Is Expanding to Involve More Than 200 Students
Research Day has become a broader forum for faculty presentation of both scholarship and creative work.
High-Impact Courses in Every Department
A newly formed task group has been instituted to seek out and develop high-impact courses which encourage and promote experiential learning across all departments and disciplines, including field work, clubs and volunteer activities. High-impact courses will be clearly noted with a special icon currently in development.
Faculty Search Committees Have Implemented Stronger Diversity Practices
In order to enable more diverse hiring reflective of our diverse student body, our Faculty Search Committees have implemented best practices, workshops and orientations.
Implemented the President’s Leadership Fellows Program
The first class of three women fellows have begun their work in understanding administration, communication, finance and all aspects of University leadership.
Implemented a Wide-Ranging Reputational Campaign
This campaign will reach 16,000 high school counselors and 6,000 college presidents, CEOs and chief academic officers to influence and increase our standing in state and national rankings.