Wall Street Journal

Adelphi taps Asian affairs expert as liberal arts leader

By GREGORY ZELLER // Adelphi University has recruited an Ithaca College innovator to lead its ambitious liberal arts programs. Vincent Wei-cheng Wang, currently dean of Ithaca College’s School of Humanities and Sciences, will come to Adelphi as dean of the Garden City-based university’s College of Arts and Sciences. The veteran professor and administrator – whose multinational education includes a PhD from the University of Chicago (political science), a master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University (international…


No. 382: Daring photographers, prestigious fellows, international space adventures – and LICA’s tastiest Capital Forum yet

  Middle ground: It’s Wednesday, dear readers, and the midpoint of another busy winter week of socioeconomic innovation. Welcome to Feb. 20, and welcome especially to new newsletter subscribers Wendy, Charles, Sam, Dee, Lyn, Clive, J. Taylor, Rama, John, David and Rosemary. We’ve turned off the “Fasten Seatbelts” sign, so please feel free to move around the cabin. Those are all good things: Our new friends join us on The World Day of Social Justice,…


No. 354: Journalists’ lives matter, the wisdom of Confucius and all kinds of LI-based heart-valve news

November? Really? Welcome to Friday, dear readers, and the end of a kinda spooky, strangely warm workweek here on Long Island. It’s Nov. 2 out there, Day 3 of the 2018 holiday season and no, WALK 97.5 hasn’t switched to its all-Christmas music format just yet. (But if you need a fix, Sirius XM has no fewer than 16 channels already Bing-ing away.) Like clockwork: Before we wrap up your week in socioeconomic innovation, a…