Tag: St. Joseph’s College
As president of St. Joseph’s College, Donald Boomgarden, Ph.D., leads a school with campuses in Patchogue and Brooklyn as well as online. He talked with us about leadership, launching new degrees, thriving nursing and education programs, construction, and getting back to in-person education.
Hauppauge-based marketing, advertising, digital and public relations agency, Austin Williams, awarded its first “Opportunity Scholarship in Marketing/Communications/New Media” as part of its scholarship program on Feb. 15.
St. Joseph’s College President Dr. Donald Boomgaarden is so committed to his students’ success that he now teaches some pupils himself, in a folk-music class he debuted last fall, and is leading again this semester.
Long Island’s biggest export is its college students, the old joke goes, but the region has more than a dozen institutions where students can earn degrees in virtually any field of study. From small specialty colleges to large research universities, there are plenty of options for students to stay local. Many of LI’s colleges and universities have dorms that allow for students to transfer here from elsewhere. But matching a student with the right school can be a daunting task. Here to make the process of deciding easier is the Press’ Ultimate Guide to Long Island Colleges and Universities: