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Dowling Biology Chair presents, “Parasites and Pests in Motion: Biology, Biodiversity and Climate Change”

Dr. Christopher B. Boyko, Chair and Associate Professor in the Department of Biology, and Dr. Jason D. Williams, Professor of Biology at Hofstra University, are hosting a symposium entitled Parasites and Pests in Motion: Biology, Biodiversity and Climate Change at […] Read more

Dowling Biology Students: “A Day in the Life of the Connetquot River”

The Islip Bulletin covered a program Dowling College students from Dr. Alex Smirnov’s Biology class took part in called, “A Day in the Life of the Connetquot River.” Read more about it below.

LI History Project Wraps Up Nikola Tesla Month

We end Nikola Tesla month talking movies; specifically, Joe Sikorski’s documentary Tower to the People. Hear more about Joe’s efforts to bring Tesla’s story to the big screen on the latest episode of the Long Island History Project. The Long Island […] Read more

DC Manhattan Faculty Member Talks Travel Abroad Options for Students

On Wednesday, October 16, Dowling College Manhattan faculty member, Natalie Jesionka, spoke to Dowling students about all the opportunities that are out there to win awards like Fulbright, Mitchell, or Marshall fellowships to study abroad.  Natalie spent an hour teaching […] Read more

Peace Haven: A Cult in Oakdale

On October 12, 2015, Dowling Librarian, Diane Holliday, gave a lecture about Peace Haven: A Cult in Oakdale. The talk was about her research using a collection in the Dowling College Library. Peace Haven was the name given to the Idle Hour […] Read more

LI History Project Continues Nikola Tesla Month

Nikola Tesla month continues on the Long Island History Project. Jane Alcorn, president of the Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe (TSCW), recounts the roller coaster ride to raising over a million dollars and saving Tesla’s Wardenclyffe lab.   The Long Island […] Read more

October is Nikola Tesla month on the LI History Project

Up first is part 1 of our interview with Jane Alcorn, president of the Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe (TSCW). You’ll hear about how she got hooked on Tesla, his enduring legacy, and the Wardenclyffe lab he built in Shoreham. […] Read more

Dr. Manley Welcomes: Public Education at the Crossroads

Dowling Vet and Senior Publishes First Book

Dowling College student and Veteran, William Walsh, wrote and published his first book,  Earthburner: Confessions of a Vigilante. William is a senior philosophy major at Dowling and is also a former U.S. Marine and Iraq war veteran. He was born and raised […] Read more

Dowling’s Forum Series starts with, ‘What’s Up With Donald Trump?’

On Monday, September 21st Dowling College’s Open Forum series kicked off with ‘What’s Up With Donald Trump?’ a discussion of the social, political, and racial implications of Donald Trump’s once improbable rise to front runner status within the Republican presidential primary.  […] Read more