Size matters plenty as HIA-LI’s biggest show gears up

By GREGORY ZELLER // Marking its 30th year – and the 40th anniversary of the organization responsible for it – this year’s annual HIA-LI Business Trade Show and Conference may be the biggest yet. Already self-billed as Long Island’s largest business-to-business trade show (few can argue), the Hauppauge Industrial Association of Long Island’s annual showcase – set for Thursday in Brentwood – is slated to feature a record number of exhibitors (375-plus at last count)…

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NYIT Academy offers future grads a running start

By GREGORY ZELLER // With the collegiate world focused this week on the Class of 2018, the New York Institute of Technology is taking a broader view – and opening its doors to pre-collegians interested in tomorrow’s tech. The NYIT Academy, a smorgasbord of career-oriented summer programs combining academic instruction and hands-on field experience, is coming to NYIT’s Old Westbury and Manhattan campuses. Open to students ages 15 to 20, the academy promises an “immersive…

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Is there a nurse practitioner in the house? 28, actually

By GREGORY ZELLER // Three years after opening its doors, the Hofstra/Northwell nursing school is promoting its first graduating class. Twenty-eight freshly minted nurse practitioners – each specializing in either adult-gerontology acute-care nursing, psychiatric/mental health nursing or family nursing – are set to receive their degrees Friday, marking the first graduates to emerge from the Hofstra/Northwell School of Graduate Nursing and Physician Assistant Studies. The school, a joint venture of Hempstead-based Hofstra University and New…

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