The School of Medicine has introduced a peppier alternative course load that lets students earn their medical degrees in three years instead of the traditional four – the first sped-up MD program on Long Island.
Derek Peterson ’88, CEO and Founder of Soter Technologies, created his Digital Fly product line, which includes a transformative innovation that detects and prevents bullying in public schools worldwide.
The Institute has striven for social relevance, bringing in an impressive lineup of speakers and developing programs dealing with race, gender, sexual orientation, politics other issues at the top of America’s agenda.
John L. Hennessy (‘77, ‘75), Stanford University President Emeritus and Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, will be inducted into the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences Hall of Fame Distinguished Alumni in an April 5 ceremony.
Kristie Golden oversees all operating aspects of Psychiatry, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Telehealth and other program areas. Her expertise in the opioid crisis led her to coordinate the addiction counselor program, which screens emergency department patients for alcohol, drug and tobacco use. She specializes in fostering collaboration between the hospital, ambulatory services/physician practices and the community. As a member of the hospital’s Executive Staff, she plays a key role in shaping hospital policy, strategic and operating plans, community interface and budgets.