Tuesday: Partly cloudy in the morning, then clear. High of 61. Breezy. Winds from the WNW at 10 to 20 mph. Tuesday night: Partly cloudy. Low of 48. Winds from the NW at 5 to 10 mph.
EVENT OF THE DAY: Live Classical Music
A special presentation of classical music featuring the artistry of soloist Lesley Zlabinger with Catherine Frank on piano. The program will include the song cycle “Frauenliebe und-leben” by Robert Schumann; three songs by Claude Debussy, “Nuit d’etoiles,” “Voice que le printemps” and “Paysage sentimental;” the secular cantata “Lucrezia” by G.F. Handel; and four songs by Mozart, “Ridente la calma,” “Warnung,” “Als luise die briefe” and “An chloe.” Click here for more info or to submit an event of your own
Fight over proposed Queens Kickshaw bike corral could be paved over with compromise in Astoria
The battle over a proposed bike rack in front of an Astoria eatery may come to a hault. Read more: New York Daily News
Queens landlord wanted in teacher murder nabbed in Maryland
The Queens landlord wanted for questioning in the stabbing death of a 39-year-old public school teacher has been caught in Maryland, authorities said Monday. Read more: NBC New York
Roughly half of Aqueduct racino’s top managers reside in the borough
The operator of the Aqueduct racino released new jobs data this month showing that about half of its top executives call Queens home. Read more: New York Daily News
A ‘match’ for Nobel
Two American scholars — one of them born in Queens — netted the Nobel economics prize yesterday for work on a matchmaking technique that has sharply reduced the number of New York students who end up in high schools they didn’t want to attend. Read more: New York Post
Mayoral hopeful switches to G.O.P.
The field of likely Democratic candidates for New York City mayor narrowed by one on Monday when Tom Allon, a newspaper publisher waging a long-shot bid, announced that he would switch to the Republican Party to increase his odds of making it to the 2013 general election ballot. Read more: New York Times
Brooklyn Nets win their Barclays Center debut game
The Brooklyn Nets won their first basketball game at the new Barclays Center against the Washington Wizards on Monday night, and the preseason victory marked the first time professional sports were played in the borough since the Dodgers left in 1957. Read more: NY1
Pundits: Hofstra presidential debate could easily mean doom for rhe loser
All eyes in the United States and around the world will soon be on a Long Island university. Read more: CBS New York
11 a.m. – 4 p.m., At the 11th Annual Harvest Festival in Jamaica there will be cook-offs, cooking demos, live music, food tastings and arts andcrafts, such as making a scarecrow, pumpkin decorating and face painting. There will also be magic shows, colorful clowns and cowboys.
11 a.m. – 4 p.m.,At the Oktoberfest and Harvest Hoopla in Bayside there will fun and games for children, food, refreshments, and music by the Pilsner Brass Band. Entry to the event is free.
11 a.m. – 6 p.m., The All Saints Episcopal Church in Sunnyside is having its 22nd Annual Fund-Raising Pumpkin Fair with live music, international dishes, hotdogs, hamburgers, shish kebabs, pumpkin dishes, a raffle and balloon animals.
12 p.m. – 4 p.m., Come to the King Manor Harvest Festival for fall-themed crafts and a food-themed celebration, including a historic food demonstration. It will be fun for the whole family.
Sunday, October 14
10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., At the New York Hall of Science’s Little Makers: Paper Making kids can bring their own brightly colored leaves to create handmade paper with fall foliage. Preregistration is recommended.
Saturday, October 13
11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m., At the Madison Square Park’s annual Fall Kids Fest children can enjoy a free event with live music, arts and crafts, face painting, snacks and more. There will also be a costume parade led by a Big Apple Circus and pumpkin decorating.
Tuesday: Overcast with a chance of rain. High of 63. Winds from the NE at 5 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 30%. Tuesday night: Overcast. Low of 55. Winds from the NE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 20%.
EVENT OF THE DAY: Meet the Candidates
St. John’s is holding a Meet the Candidates night from 7 p.m.to 9 p.m. at the Belson Moot Courtroom in the School of Law, where candidates for the New York State Legislature will take part in a public forum to discuss issues of importance to college students and the local community. Click here for more info or to submit an event of your own
Grand jury probe likely in shooting
New York Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly on Monday said a grand jury would have to decide whether criminal charges are warranted in the fatal shooting of an unarmed motorist in Queens last week by a detective. Read more: Wall Street Journal
Four teens killed in horrific car crash on Long Island; teen at wheel only had learner’s permit
They died on Dead Man’s Curve. Four Queens teenagers were killed Monday when their car — driven by a 17-year-old with only a learner’s permit — sped off a treacherous stretch of a Long Island highway and wrapped itself around a tree. Read more: New York Daily News
Churches battle liquor store next door
Two churches in Queens are now in the middle of a nasty battle because of what’s in the middle between them. Read more: ABC New York
Residents upset over calls that accuse State Senate candidate of supporting Muslim radicals
Joseph Concannon is a relatively unknown Republican State Senate candidate but he’s created an uproar in the 11th district. Bayside residents like Andy Rothman are crying foul over a Concannon robocall that accuses incumbent State Sen. Tony Avella of supporting Muslim radicals. Read more: NY1
U.S. meningitis cases mount from thousands of patients at risk
More cases of fungal meningitis tied to contaminated steroid shots are expected to be confirmed on Tuesday, U.S. health officials said, and some patients who received the injections may have to wait weeks to know if they are infected. Read more: Reuters
Sandusky to learn sentence in child sex abuse case
Jerry Sandusky will learn what penalty a judge considers appropriate for the 45 counts of child sexual abuse for which the former Penn State assistant football coach was convicted in June. Read more: AP
Wednesday: Overcast with a chance of rain, then a chance of rain in the afternoon. Fog early. High of 79. Winds less than 5 mph. Chance of rain 30%. Wednesday night: Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain. Fog overnight. Low of 68. Winds less than 5 mph. Chance of rain 30%.
EVENT of the DAY: Hammer, Chisel, Drill: Noguchi’s Studio Practice
Hammer, Chisel, Drill: Noguchi’s Studio Practice opens today at The Noguchi Museum in Long Island City. The exhibit explores the working process of Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi during his five studio periods from the 1940s until his death in 1988. Click here for more info or to submit an event of your own
Queens teacher scolded for student-inmate cards
A teacher has received a warning letter from the New York City Conflicts of Interest Board for assigning her fifth graders to write Christmas cards to an inmate. Read more: NBC New York
School sends home bixsexual Queens student who wears ‘I enjoy vagina’ T-shirt
A Queens high school sent a student home Tuesday, saying her “I enjoy vagina” T-shirt was a distraction — but the bisexual teen says administrators are trouncing her free speech. Read more: New York Daily News
American Airlines: Improperly installed clamps to blame for loose seats
The American Airlines seat scare has expanded to a third flight. Some have suspected sabotage, but on Tuesday surfaced a new theory on what’s causing the loose seats. CBS New York
L.I. Police catch alligator in parking lot
A runaway alligator — now in the hands of animal officials on Long Island. Police were called to a Pathmark parking lot on Grand Avenue in Baldwin just before 8:00pm Tuesday night, where the 3-foot gator was spotted running loose. Read more: ABC New York
New York’s proposed council map is called unfair to minority groups
East Harlem would be split in two, and represented by two New York City Council members, including one from the Bronx. Two neighborhoods in Brooklyn and Queens with fast-growing Asian-American populations would be quartered, making it much more likely that the areas would continue to lack Asian-American elected voices. Read more: New York Times
First debate sets up moment of high-risk theater
President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney come face to face for the first time in this presidential campaign Wednesday night for a nationally televised debate that will give millions of Americans a chance to size up two fierce competitors in a moment of high-risk theater. Read more: AP
9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., Join the Friends of the Ridgewood Library for their semi-annual Fun Day, where there be a flea market, crafts, reading in the garden and more.
11 a.m. – 3 p.m., The National Estuaries Day Festival commemorates Little Neck Bay, the local estuary. Meet people from health service, recreational and civic associations, school groups and government organizations. Hike along Alley Pond Environmental Center’s unique and beautiful estuary trails, listen to live music, visit educational booths and exhibits from neighborhood organizations and participate in children’s activities and crafts. Free entertainment, hands-on demonstrations, fun games, boat and canoe rides. Please pre-register.
5:30 – 8:30 p.m., At the Voelker Orth Museum’s Oktoberfest in the Garden there will be food, drinks, music and more in celebration of the German-American heritage of the Voelker and Orth families. Admission $30 ($25 for members), inclusive of food and drink. Reservations recommended.
Saturday, September 29 – Sunday, September 30
10 a.m. – 7 p.m. (Saturday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. (Sunday),Deemed “The Greatest Show and Tell on Earth,” the annual Maker Faire at the New York Hall of Science will feature more than 500 maker exhibits, the world’s most diverse showcase of creativity and innovation in technology, craft, science, fashion, art, food and more. Expect outrageous attractions such as the Life-Sized Mousetrap, Coke Zero and Mentos Show, Power Racing Series, iconic Cupcake Cars and other spectacular surprises, such as workshops on soldering, lock picking and Arduino.
Sunday, September 30
12 p.m. – 6 p.m., The Forest Hills Street Festival is a family fair on seven blocks with about 150 vendors, promotions, kiddie rides and crafts. Plus, Austin Street stores will be open. Rain or shine.
4 p.m. – 6 p.m., The Autumn Moon Festival at the Queens Botanical Garden is an afternoon of moon cakes, arts and crafts, and cultural performances celebrating an ancient holiday that reflects on the summer harvest, the fullness of the moon and the myth of the immortal moon goddess. Bring picnic blankets and summer chairs. Free with admission.
Saturday, September 29
1 p.m., Ballet Long Island’s Princess Tea Party opens this weekend, featuring Cinderella, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, The Little Mermaid and more. Kids can also take photos with the princess characters and join them for a tea party following the performance.
5:30 p.m. -6:30 p.m., Take part in the national attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the most soccer balls ever dribbled by a group at one time. The event also raises money and awareness for America SCORES, which help bring soccer to under-resourced elementary schools. The New York City event will take place at Pier 25 (at Hudson River Greenway and North Moore) and will be followed by a happy hour fundraiser at Harry’s Italian Pizza Bar in Battery Park City.
12:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.,Kiddie Cruise: A Princess and Pirate Adventure is an all inclusive fun-filled family event that sails for two hours on the Hudson River. Guests enjoy a puppet show, magician, face painting, arts and crafts, live music while soaking in the sights. All guests receive a healthy bagged lunch and unlimited juice and soda. Kids are encouraged to dress up as their favorite Princess or Pirate. The boat leaves from Pier #40 West Side Highway in Manhattan.
A Massapequa, Long Island man that jumped onto Citi Field after Mets pitcher Johan Santana threw the baseball team’s first no-hitter, pleaded guilty to interfering with a professional sporting event, announced Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown.
At the June 1 game this summer, Rafael Diaz, 33, made it all the way to the pitcher’s mound where he came in physical contact with players before he was apprehended, according to the DA’s office.
Diaz, who pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor on September 13, has to pay a $1,000 fine to the City of New York , $4,000 in civil penalties to the Mets and perform 100 hours of community service.
Additionally, he is banned from Citi Field for one year.
The Mets organization has also served him with a trespass notice that indefinitely prevents him from entering any of their playing venues, said the DA’s office.
11:00 a.m. (last ticket is sold at 4:30 p.m.), On Saturday, the Amazing Maize Maze, a 3-acre interactive corn maze, opens at the Queens Country Farm Museum.
12 p.m. – 3 pm, Commemorate the Constitution’s birthday by learning about the document and how it was written at King Manor’s Hands-on History: Constitution Celebration. Write your own Constitution with a quill pen.
12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m., Come to the Back to School Festival in Baisley Pond Park. There will be crafts, games, music, giveaways and more.
Saturday, September 15 – Sunday, September 16
5 p.m. Saturday – 6 a.m. Sunday, Experience the great outdoors right here in Queens at the Queens Zoo’s Overnight Camping Adventures. Activities include a late-night walk through the aviary and making enrichment treats for the animals. Feel free to bring your own snacks too, along with a picnic dinner, a tent and sleeping bags. The Queens Zoo will serve beverages, dessert and breakfast.
Sunday, September 16
11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.,Maspeth Federal Savings will have its Smile on Maspeth event on Sunday in its main office parking lot, where there will be rides, raffles a petting zoo, face painting, games, live entertainment and more.
Saturday, September 15 & Sunday, September 16
3:30 p.m. – 5:o0 p.m., At the Long Island Children’s Museum’s Messy Afternoons, kids ages 18 months to 4 will be up in their elbows in goop, guts, shaving cream and play-doh while doing a variety of sensory activities. Free with museum admission.
Sunday, September 16
12:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m., Kiddie Cruise: A Princess and Pirate Adventure is an all inclusive fun-filled family event that sails for two hours on the Hudson River. Guests enjoy a puppet show, magician, face painting, arts and crafts, live music while soaking in the sights. All guests receive a healthy bagged lunch and unlimited juice and soda. Kids are encouraged to dress up as their favorite Princess or Pirate. The boat leaves from Pier #40 West Side Highway in Manhattan.
Learn all about the magic of film at the country’s only museum dedicated to the art, history, technique and technology of the moving image in all its forms. After you check out the exhibits, stick around for one of its evening screenings.
Not only is this zoo the largest in New York City, it is also one of the largest urban zoos in the country. Throughout the year visitors can check out its hundreds of animal species, children’s zoo, butterfly garden, camel rides and much more. [Photo courtesy of Bronx Zoo]
This 415-acre park provides a variety of outdoor enjoyment, including extensive trails, a long expanse of beachfront along the Atlantic Ocean and an historic military installation. [Photo courtesy of NYS OPRHP]
The iconic Coney Island offers lots of fun, whether it’s walking along the boardwalk, riding on the Cyclone roller coaster or eating a Nathan’s Famous hotdog.
Deep Hollow Ranch Three miles east of Montauk village on Route 27; turn left at Suffolk County Park
People usually think of the southwest when it comes to cattle ranches, but Long Island is home to America’s oldest one. Visitors can tour the ranch and take horse rides along the shore of Block Island Sound.
There is plenty to see (and buy) in the heart of midtown Manhattan, but one place that shouldn’t be missed is Discovery Times Square. Currently you can check out an interactive family-friendly exhibit about the secret world of espionage.
Modern art fans will love taking a trip to the home of the late artist Jackson Pollack and his wife. Famous for his drip paintings, which now sell for millions, you can see the studio where he created his famous works.
Monday: Overcast with rain showers. High of 79. Winds from the ESE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 40%. Monday night: Overcast with rain showers in the evening, then mostly cloudy. Low of 64. Winds less than 5 mph. Chance of rain 20%.
Fire officials say 10 firefighters and two residents were injured in a fire at a three-story building in Queens. Read more: NBC New York
Planned hotel sparks concern for Rockaway residents
A planned six-story hotel in Edgemere is raising the hackles of local homeowners who worry it will put the brakes on the neighborhood’s hard-fought revival. Read more: New York Daily News
Abandoned baby found in Qns.
A newborn girl was found abandoned behind a building in a Queens housing project last night, police said. Read more: New York Post
Over 500 guns bought back by police at Jamaica church
A gun buyback in Jamaica, Queens took more than 500 weapons off the streets on Saturday. Read more: NY1
U.S. Air Force Week underway in New York City
Fighter jet flyovers are planned through Tuesday, to mark Air Force Week 2012. Read more: CBS New York
Two dead following fiery small plane crash in eastern Long Island
A second person has been pronounced dead after a small plane carrying three people crashed in the eastern Long Island town of Shirley on Sunday morning, authorities said. Read more: CBS New York
Melky Cabrera’s bizarre scam to avoid drug suspension attracts attention of federal investigators
Last week, the biggest mystery surrounding the Melky Cabrera steroid suspension was what it would do to the San Francisco Giants’ playoff run. Now the question is whether Cabrera, more than a decade after BALCO, has turned the Giants’ clubhouse into a crime scene. Read more: New York Daily News
With less than a month until the Republican primary for the 15th State Senate District, Congressmember Peter King endorsed Councilmember Eric Ulrich – adding to the long list of endorsements for the city representative.
“Eric understands that the way to put New Yorkers back to work and grow our economy is by lowering taxes on families and small businesses and reigning in the reckless government spending that has created unsustainable deficits and threatens our competitiveness,” King said. “His conservative principles of limited government, safe streets and a strong quality of life will make him an excellent representative in Albany and I urge all Republicans to vote for him on September 13th.”
Ulrich, who is facing off against former Guiliani staffer Juan Reyes, said he was proud of King’s endorsement, as well as the 10-term representative’s tenure in the House.
“I’m honored to receive the support of Congressman King, a true public servant who has done a great deal for the people of New York,” Ulrich said. “I look forward to working closely with him as a partner on the state level to keep New York City safe, ensure our veterans coming home from war are cared for and revive our economy.”
The primary winner will face off against State Senator Joseph Addabbo, who has represented the district since 2009.
Ozone Park native Ulrich has picked up other major endorsements, including Congressmember Bob Turner, former Governor George Pataki, the Senate Republicans Election Committee and the Queens Conservative and Queens Independent parties.
For many commuters who travel between Long Island and Manhattan, Jamaica is just a stop along the journey. But for Dan Greene, it’s much more than a transit hub.
Greene has developed a passion for Jamaica’s economic development. He has so much interest in the area that in May he became chairman of the board of directors of the Greater Jamaica Development Corporation (GJDC).
Previously, he was vice chairman and has been a board member since 2007.
Greene, 54, who lives in Greenlawn, Long Island and works in the banking industry, has had many business associates in the Jamaica community. He thought that volunteering on the board was an opportunity for him to “get to know the community better.”
Greene hopes to continue to build on the decades of work the nonprofit organization has been doing since it was founded in 1967, and to improve the quality of life of southeast Queens through economic development. As chairman, it’s important for Greene and others on the board to represent the people who live and work in the community, he said.
The GJDC was one of several organizations that pushed heavily for the AirTrain terminal, which connects Jamaica Station to JFK Airport. The terminal, which opened in 2003, helped with Jamaica’s economic development. In the last several decades Jamaica has really been transformed into a pedestrian area, said Greene.
He plans on working hard to make the community more welcoming to businesses, including helping small shops become more successful and attracting big box stores and chains, such as Home Depot, Marshalls and Applebee’s, that might be a good fit for the area.
Recently, GJDC helped create retail space underneath the LIRR underpass on Sutphin Boulevard. Before, he said, it was an uninviting space. More businesses mean more jobs and more shopping options for the community, noted Greene.
The GJDC is also looking to improve the area’s residential and hospitality offerings. The former Queens Family Court on 89th Avenue and Parsons Boulevard was recently renovated and turned into 346 low, middle and market rate rental units, and there are plans for a hotel at Suphin Boulevard and Archer Avenue, near the Jamaica LIRR station.
Greene is proud of the all the work the GJDC has done, and enjoys helping Jamaica become more welcoming.
“The best thing about the job is to see the results,” he said.
Founded in 1990, I DJ Now is an equipment distributor for DJs, hobbyists, schools, hotels, and houses of worship in New York City and on Long Island. The company caters to anyone looking for gear to make their parties, theatrical functions, and venues as exciting and eye-catching as possible.
I DJ Now currently has two store locations, one in Fresh Meadows and one in Babylon, as well as an award-winning website, idjnow.com, where gear is sold and shipped worldwide. Sound systems, DJ equipment, light effects, stage lights, lasers, trussing systems, and road cases are among the many products that the company offers.
The vice president of I DJ Now, Robert Marsh, said he founded the company when we was working as a DJ himself and saw a need for more outlets to purchase equipment from. With funds he borrowed from his parents, Marsh rented a space in the back of a popular DJ record store on Long Island. Today, the company has expanded into a premium source for equipment needs.
“Many have said that I DJ Now is like a candy store for DJs and music lovers,” says Marsh. “We have one of the most incredible lighting and effects showrooms out there, with all new L.E.D. lighting effects and lasers that can be seen from miles away.”
Marsh added that his stores have more than 20 computers that are connected live to the most popular DJ software available, so customers can actually try the programs and controllers before they make a purchase. In addition, the expert staff is knowledgeable about each system and able to offer advice on how to it works.
LIU Post is home to 320 full-time faculty members with expertise in a wide range of disciplines, including accountancy, business, management, finance, health care administration, public administration and arts management. LIU Post faculty comprises some of the finest thinkers and teachers in business today. Below are several leading professors on the university’s roster.
Dr. Michael Hadani, assistant professor of management, is the author of a ground-breaking study in corporate lobbying and campaign contributions, which has been covered in the Wall Street Journal, MSNBC and Chicago Tribune.
Named by Business Week as one of the top business school faculty members in the country, Dr. Maura Belliveau, associate professor of management, is an expert on the processes that define the success of professional, technical and managerial employees, particularly those factors that differentially affect men’s and women’s job search and salary attainment.
Ilene Leopold Persoff, CPA, associate professor of accountancy, was the recipient of the 2002 Outstanding CPA in Education Award from the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants and served on the New York State Board for Public Accountancy.
Dr. Carl Figliola, chairman of the Department of Health Care and Public Administration, is a widely sought expert in government relations, management and public policy. He serves as a consultant to universities, hospitals, museums and businesses ranging from mid-size to Fortune 100 companies.
Dr. Zenu Sharma, assistant professor of finance, is an authority on corporate finance, financial intermediation, capital markets and emerging markets.
A new economy is emerging from the challenges of recent years, and LIU Post is helping individuals and businesses position themselves to make the most of advancements and opportunities.
LIU Post (formerly known as the C.W. Post Campus of Long Island University) offers certificate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees and corporate training programs that promote new ways of thinking, the latest technology, and unprecedented convenience.
Rated a Best Regional University by U.S. News & World Report and located only 20 minutes by car from Queens, LIU Post offers more than 260 programs of study at located at 720 Northern Boulevard (Route 25A) in Brookville. Courses are available on campus and online during the days, evenings, and weekends throughout the year.
“We are confident about the future, and we’re investing in academic programs that will make it possible to help businesses thrive in the new economy,” says Dr. Paul Forestell, provost of LIU Post, a campus of Long Island University, one of the largest private universities in the nation. “Whether in emerging fields or mainstay industries, a college education can help everyone achieve greater success and fulfillment.”
Business and Accountancy Education
Long known as a leader in business and accountancy education, the College of Management at LIU Post offers a constellation of programs and services for business, accountancy and taxation professionals.
The LIU Post School of Professional Accountancy was the first autonomous school of its kind in the nation. Founded in 1974, the School prepares students for careers as accountants, tax preparers and estate and financial planners. The School offers the M.S. in Accountancy with concentrations in professional accountancy or taxation as well as an M.S. in Taxation. Many courses are available in the blended format, which combines online learning with face-to-face studies.
Accredited by AACSB International, a distinction shared by only 5 percent of business schools worldwide, the LIU Post Master of Business Administration (MBA) is one of the New York metro area’s premier business programs. For the past nine years, LIU Post has been rated one of the “Best Business Schools” in the country by The Princeton Review.
“The business model for success in the 21st century is about freeing your thinking from out-of-date ideas and practices,” said Dr. Andrew Rosman, dean of the College of Management at LIU Post. “LIU Post helps you and your employees to gain more expertise in an area that is already familiar to them but may be changing as market conditions or technology evolves.”
Entering the Technological World
This September, LIU Post is launching a number of programs to meet technological advances of the 21st century.
The Mobile GIS Applications Development program, an online advanced certificate, can help businesses market their products using apps on wireless devices. They will learn how to create apps that pinpoint a client’s geographical positioning and responds with advertisements and tweets of sales and deals within close proximity of their business.
The M.S. program in Environmental Sustainability, the only degree of its kind on Long Island, trains private and public sector professionals to develop business strategies that take into account issues posed by climate change, development, population growth and energy consumption.
An online advanced certificate in Archives and Records Management, offered by LIU Post’s nationally recognized Palmer School of Library and Information Sciences, trains individuals to create and manage electronic records and archives. “Effective recordkeeping is important for all businesses,” said Dr. Gregory Hunter, the director of the Archives and Records Management Program and the Ph.D. in Information Studies at LIU Post. “Whether it is a corporation complying with Sarbanes-Oxley, a hospital implementing electronic health records, or a non-profit institution retaining records related to a grant project, the certificate program prepares professionals to handle and process vast amounts of information and maintain accessible records.”
For more immediate and highly customized programs, LIU Post’s School of Continuing Education offers on-site training and continuing-education classes at local businesses. From weekly courses and seminars to professional institutes and workshops, LIU Post Corporate Training Programs cover human resources, management and supervision, training and organizational development, computer skills, financial planning, sales and customer service and business communication.
LIU Post also offers a new undergraduate degree completion program for adult learners. This program caters to those who are over the age of 25 who are starting college for the first time or returning after a long absence to complete their bachelors’ degrees. The university offers five bachelor’s degree programs that can be completed entirely during the evening: business administration, health care administration, accountancy, psychology and criminal justice.
For more information about LIU Post, visit www.liu.edu/post or call the Office of Public Relations at 516-299-2334.