Associate Professor of Sociology, Nathalia Rogers, was featured in the Long Island Business News article, “State feds push for small biz tax-deferred accounts.” Find the article and photo of Rogers in the Conservatory, here.
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The 2015 Long Island Youth Summit took place on Friday, April 17, 2015 at Dowling College. The topic of this year’s Summit was Leadership in a Divided Society. The Youth Summit is a year-round program where students work with their […] Read more
Dean of Aviation, Thomas Daly, was involved in an episode of Engineering Disasters, which aired on The History Channel this past Saturday, April 25. Watch him share his expertise on the full episode here.
On Tuesday, April 21, William Blydenburgh, Manager of Library Systems and Services, and Dr. William Indick, Professor of Psychology, delivered a joint presentation on the subject of fantasy literature. Mr. Blydenburgh discussed the role of humour in J.R.R. Tolkien’s fiction, […] Read more
On Monday, April 22, Conatus: The Academic Journal of Dowling College sponsored its fifth annual conference. Conatus annually publishes some of the finest undergraduate research done by Dowling students, and the conference is an opportunity for the authors to present […] Read more
See application here: Dr. Ira Finkel Endowed Scholarship Application
Oakdale, New York — April 9, 2015 — Dowling College has joined the SAP® University Alliances program, a global endeavor that provides university faculty members with the tools and resources necessary to teach students how technology can enable integrated business […] Read more
Our STEAM (Science, Technology, Art, and Math) Camp is running through July and August. This camp offers students the opportunity to earn college credits by taking some or all of the Modules offered. This camp is geared towards 9th, 10th, […] Read more
Over a year in the making, Dowling is in the process of putting the final touches on a Game Design & Development program that will truly be a “game changer” for students on Long Island and the Tri-State area. The […] Read more
Dowling Library Common Area, April 13th at 2:30 p.m. On November 23, 1963 history was changed forever as President Kennedy was killed on a visit to Dallas, Texas. A comprehensive investigation was undertaken by the United States Government to ascertain […] Read more