Adelphi in the News

midcenturymodernfreak:

Long Island Modernism
1957-67 Adelphi University | 1 South Avenue, Garden City, NY 11530Photo: George Meyer - Via

midcenturymodernfreak:

Long Island Modernism

1957-67 Adelphi University | 1 South Avenue, Garden City, NY 11530
Photo: George Meyer - Via

Adelphi Goes Greener: Campus eRecycle Day

In addition to Adelphi University’s many green initiatives, the Office of Information Technology is organizing “Campus eRecycle Day” to encourage the Adelphi community to join its green initiatives

Technology recycling company ITAMG will be on the Garden City campus with a recycling truck at the parking lot outside Hagedorn Hall on Friday, May 16 from 12 noon to 4 p.m. to collect any recyclable electronic items such as:

Computers
Laptops
Mobile Phones
Tablets
Displays
Printers
All Electronic Peripherals and Components

IT Asset Management Group (ITAMG) is a company that purchases corporate America’s surplus IT equipment and provides an environmentally sound and secure solution for electronic waste.

It is a great opportunity to get rid of old tech equipment in an environmentally conscious way. Please make sure you bring your Adelphi ID in order to drop off equipment. You can also enter into a chance of winning a Refurbished Laptop with a with a 1 Year Warranty from InnovatePC.com.

Islam Awareness week at Adelphi University organized by Muslim Students Association. 

Adelphi’s International Student Society organized “March Around the World,” a series of events where international students shared their stories and traditions with the rest of the Adelphi community. 

beppothesupermonkey:

It’s nice when your school makes you feel proud.

beppothesupermonkey:

It’s nice when your school makes you feel proud.

(Source: brianimagines)

angeladatreevents:

Wednesday, February 26th I photographed the 2014 African American Read-In at Adelphi University. The event was presented by The Center for African, Black, and Caribbean Studies and featured professors, students, and other members of the Adelphi community reading the literary works of African American writers.

International Student Society is organizing the annual International Night on Thursday March 6, 2014. The evening will feature cultural performances by students, magician and fortune-teller. Free to attend!

International Student Society is organizing the annual International Night on Thursday March 6, 2014. The evening will feature cultural performances by students, magician and fortune-teller. Free to attend!

angeladatre:

International Student Orientation

January 21st, 2014

Shot for Adelphi University

oosik:

ARCHAEOLOGY FIELD SCHOOL OPPORTUNITY IN ALASKA
I worked with Brian and Katie in Denali National Park in 2007. Brian is now with Adelphi University (NY) and offers a field school just outside just of the park. See below for details:
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
Please forward to student list services,
The Adelphi University Department of Anthropology welcomes applications from students interested in joining our 2014 archaeological field school in the beautiful Alaska Susitna River valley. In addition to participation in an ongoing research program, students will experience unspoiled Alaska wilderness, acquire important technological skills using state-of-the-art field based research technology, and learn the fundamentals of archaeological methods including excavation and survey. Backcountry hiking and remote camping are required. See attached flyer.
In addition, this summer Adelphi is also offering a new field course on Maya ethnography in Guatemala, a graduate student field school in the middle Tanana valley of interior Alaska and our longstanding bioarchaeological program on the Island of Crete.
Taught by experienced faculty with student-instructor ratios among the lowest available, these programs emphasize a wide range of experiential learning opportunities. For more information on any of these programs, please visit our website http://anthropology.adelphi.edu/explore/field-research-and-study-abroad/.
For project updates, employment opportunities, and photos from Alaska and other Adelphi Anthropology field research follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/AUANTHRO.

oosik:

ARCHAEOLOGY FIELD SCHOOL OPPORTUNITY IN ALASKA

I worked with Brian and Katie in Denali National Park in 2007. Brian is now with Adelphi University (NY) and offers a field school just outside just of the park. See below for details:

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

Please forward to student list services,

The Adelphi University Department of Anthropology welcomes applications from students interested in joining our 2014 archaeological field school in the beautiful Alaska Susitna River valley. In addition to participation in an ongoing research program, students will experience unspoiled Alaska wilderness, acquire important technological skills using state-of-the-art field based research technology, and learn the fundamentals of archaeological methods including excavation and survey. Backcountry hiking and remote camping are required. See attached flyer.

In addition, this summer Adelphi is also offering a new field course on Maya ethnography in Guatemala, a graduate student field school in the middle Tanana valley of interior Alaska and our longstanding bioarchaeological program on the Island of Crete.

Taught by experienced faculty with student-instructor ratios among the lowest available, these programs emphasize a wide range of experiential learning opportunities. For more information on any of these programs, please visit our website http://anthropology.adelphi.edu/explore/field-research-and-study-abroad/.

For project updates, employment opportunities, and photos from Alaska and other Adelphi Anthropology field research follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/AUANTHRO.

While most Americans feast as Super Bowl weekend nears, Adelphi’s Kappa Sigma brothers will fast to draw attention to those who face food insecurity.

Adelphi University fraternity brothers from Kappa Sigma will fast to raise money to support Island Harvest, for the eighth year in a row. Next to Thanksgiving, Super Bowl is close to one of the most gluttonous holidays. To bring awareness and shed light on hunger issues on Long Island, these Adelphi students will not eat for 24 hours preceding the Super Bowl. All of them will fast starting on Saturday, February 1, at 6:00 p.m. and continue until Sunday, February 2, at 6:00 p.m.  

The kick-off concert which is open to the community is on Saturday, February 1, from noon to 3:00 p.m. in the Ruth S. Harley University Center Lower Level. The event will feature local musicians and a representative from Island Harvest to educate the community about hunger/food shortages and their prevalence both on Long Island and US. 

Michael Manzo, Adelphi Chapter President, from Valley Stream, majoring in political science and history hopes to beat last year’s record collection and has a new goal of raising more than $4000 and 2000 lbs of canned food.