Dr. Michael Andrews

  • Why I Love Teaching at Molloy College

    Molloy College has an intimate college setting with warm, friendly people.  In addition to caring staff and caring students, Molloy offers academic rigor and a variety of cultural offerings.  It is also close to New York City.

  • Academic Interests
    • European History
    • American History
    • World History
    • Latin American History
    • African History
    • Papal History
  • Educational Background

    Dr. Michael Andrews has taught history and coached debate for over twenty years.   During his many years at Cold Spring Harbor High School, where he continues to teach full-time, he has taught A.P. European History, A.P. World History, Debate, Economics, Public Affairs, Journalism, Great Minds in History (philosophy), Ancient and Medieval History, Current Events, and America at War.

    Before teaching at Cold Spring Harbor, Dr. Andrews taught American History, European History, and World History for several years at Chaminade High School in Mineola, New York. 

    He has also taught at Nassau Community College, St. John's University, Molloy College, Dowling College, Briarcliffe College, Mamaroneck High School, Westbury High School, and Christ the King Regional High School.

    Dr. Andrews holds a Master's degree in European History and a doctoral degree in Modern World History from St. John's University in New York City. 

  • Additional Information
    • A married father of two children and an avid hiker, he has traveled to sixteen countries and over thirty
    •  American states

    Dr. Michael Andrews

  • Publications/Presentations

    He has written articles for The New Catholic Encyclopedia and has participated in several historical institutes. 

    In 2011 the Harvard Club of Long Island honored Dr. Andrews with its "Distinguished Teacher Award."

    At Molloy College, Dr. Andrews currently teaches courses on the history of Latin America, the history of Africa, and the history of Western Civilization.  He also currently serves as an Adjunct Instructor of History at Nassau Community College, where he teaches courses in Western Civilization and American History.