James Lentini

Innovation in the Age of Coronavirus

The evolving COVID-19 pandemic is reshaping the world around us, and myriad Long Island forces – large and small, corporate and nonprofit, industrial and academic – have risen to the challenge. Innovate Long Island presents Innovation in the Age of Coronavirus as a running journal of this region’s resourceful response to the greatest global challenge since World War II. Stay healthy, dear readers.     Poll: More than half of Metro New Yorkers won’t accept…


No. 543: On SUNY’s Thanksgiving plans, and Harvard–educated immigrant chocolatiers

  Shivers: Welcome to Wednesday, dear readers, as Halloween approaches, COVID rages, there’s talk of a coup and winter is suddenly in the air. It’s Oct. 28 out there, and yeah, that’s all rather chilling – but it’s also Plush Animal Lovers Day, so give your beloved teddy-boo a squeeze and let’s roll. Come one, come all: Of the world’s 195 sovereign countries, only one is humanity’s melting pot – making National Immigrants Day, celebrated…


With Lentini tuning up, Molloy hits an innovative note

By GREGORY ZELLER // Molloy College has certainly changed its tune. Not that its newly minted president-elect, James Lentini, won’t continue the visionary leadership of current Molloy College President Drew Bogner, who’s overseen significant growth over his 20-year tenure, including the introduction of numerous graduate-degree and doctoral programs, and is scheduled to retire in July. In fact, Lentini – currently senior vice president for academic affairs and provost at Oakland University in Michigan – was…