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The co-ed cheerleading team took top honors at the UCA National Cheerleading Competition at Disney World in Orlando, Florida. Hofstra’s dance team placed third in the Hip-Hop category and eighth in the Dance category at the competition. Martha Clarke, one of the most respected choreographers in America, accepted an appointment to serve as a special visiting professor in the Department of Drama and Dance for the spring 2007 semester. Ms. Clarke, known for her groundbreaking, visually-inspired musical theater pieces, worked with students to choreograph a dance for the April 2007 Spring Dance Concert.
January 18 Hofstra’s Institute for the Development of Education in the Advanced Sciences (IDEAS) presented “Internet Safety Awareness for Parents – What Are Your Kids Doing Online?” featuring Cindy Bloch, New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services Missing and Exploited Children Clearinghouse.
Two Hofstra University students, Kim Saltmarsh and Jeffrey Preval, were honored with the distinction of outstanding performance in college-level journalism by the Hearst Journalism Awards Program.
January 15 U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer held a press conference on campus contending that benefits for Long Island members of the National Guard and Reserves who are called into military service lag far behind those for active military personnel, and he announced new sweeping legislation to close that gap.
January 29 The Hofstra University Museum opened Bearden, Lawrence and Parks: Artists of Influence at the David Filderman Gallery highlighting three 20th-century American artists acclaimed for their talents and for the way in which they communicated the African-American experience.