Health Professions and Human Services
With a degree from Hofstra HPHS, you’ll be ready to serve and advocate for your community as a well-rounded and culturally competent health professional.
The Future of Health is HPHS!About the School
HPHS Colston Fellows 2023-2024
HPHS is excited to announce six talented undergraduate students embarking on the transformative journey of the Marques Colston Fellowship in Health. This year's cohort, representing all four HPHS undergraduate programs, is poised to excel in leadership, community service, and mentorship, and we can't wait to witness their incredible growth and impact over the course of this year-long program.
June Announced as Aphasia Awareness Month in NYS
Wendy C. Silverman MS-CCC-SLP, director of the Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic at Hofstra’s Joan and Arnold Saltzman Community Services Center, spoke at a recent press conference called by State Senator Steve Rhoads to formally recognize June as Aphasia Awareness Month in New York State.
What Can I Do with an HPHS Degree?
The School of Health Professions and Human Services at Hofstra University was created to address the increasing need for qualified professionals
Dr. Karaye adds Mentor of the Year to his 2023 Accomplishments
Ibraheem Karaye, MD, DrPH, MPH, CPH, assistant professor of population health at Hofstra University, has been named the 2023 Mentor of the Year, an annual award that honors outstanding faculty supervision of advanced undergraduate research.
HPHS professor comments on Long Island’s alarming Alzheimer’s rates
Andrea Ault-Brutus, an adjunct professor with the Department of Population Health, was featured in Newsday discussing the high rates of Alzheimer’s disease on Long Island, specifically for Black and Latino seniors.