Explore topics that interest you, discover potential academic majors and future career options! During this unique and exciting opportunity, you'll participate in interactive discussions, hear from guest speakers, and engage in hands-on activities with our faculty and student ambassadors. Enjoy socializing and networking with your fellow classmates during fun-filled campus events.
- Young Women's Leadership Institute TBA
- Babies: Powerful/Linguistic Magnets
Hosted by Communication Sciences and Disorders (Speech-Language Pathology), understanding how babies develop language and culture is a core skill in Communication Sciences and Disorders. The racial, ethnic, linguistic and dialectal diversity in the United States is rich. In this session we will learn about how infants and toddlers of all walks of life are magnets for developing as many cultures, languages and dialects you put in front of them. The knowledge and skill about how babies develop communication will help us understand how to create a language-rich environment around infants and toddlers along with identify those who are at risk for communication impairment especially if we work with little ones.
- Environmental Studies/CERCOM Facility (Sayville, NY)
- Liberal Arts
- Music Therapy
- New Media
- Philosophy & Law
- Theatre & Performing Arts
- TV Studio & Production
Guest speakers from Academic Departments, Student Life, Athletics, and more are always available upon request to speak with your students either on our campus or yours!