Adelphi College of Education and Health Sciences

In Greta, a moment – and a champion – for autism

By STEPHEN SHORE // In just several months, Greta Thunberg, 16, has flayed international leaders, electrified climate advocates and served notice that her generation will bring new urgency to saving the planet. Her voice is forceful, her intensity unapologetic and her expressions candid. She’s also on the autism spectrum, diagnosed with Asperger syndrome, as Time magazine noted in naming her Person of the Year. For those on the spectrum, this is a profound moment –…


Adelphi honored for ‘personal’ enrollment effort

By GREGORY ZELLER // Riding a 9.7 percent spike in annual applications – pushing its total number of applicants past 13,000 for the first time – Adelphi University and its innovative enrollment protocols have once again attracted the attention of academic observers. The Garden City-based university has earned a prestigious 2019 American Association of University Administrators Exemplary Models Award for its Personalizing the Enrollment Process campaign, which in 2018, its first year, collected 13,006 applications…


New name, new mission for Adelphi ed/health college

By GREGORY ZELLER // Ruth S. Ammon, we hardly knew ye. Actually, no – Ammon, a gifted teacher, 1942 graduate of Adelphi University and longtime namesake of the Garden City university’s School of Education, is well-known to many in the Adelphi community and beyond. But the education school that carried her name has outgrown its original mission, leading to a reorganization with ripple effects across the Adelphi University system. The former education school steams into…