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Long Island University

LIU (Long Island University)
Motto Urbi et Orbi (Latin)
Motto in English
To the city and to the world
Established 1926
Type Private
Endowment US$96,987,000 (2014)[1]
President Dr. Kimberly R. Cline
Academic staff
1400
Students 18,500
Location Brooklyn & Brookville, New York,
U.S.
Campus Urban, LIU Brooklyn, 11 acres (0.45 km²)
Suburban, LIU Post, 307 acres (124 ha)
Newspaper LIU Brooklyn Seawanhaka
LIU Post Pioneer
Athletics NCAA
Div INEC
Div IIECC
Nickname LIU Brooklyn Blackbirds
LIU Post Pioneers
Website http://www.liu.edu

Long Island University (LIU) is a George Polk Awards in Journalism. LIU has an active network of more than 180,000 alumni worldwide.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Organization 2
  • Campuses 3
    • LIU Brooklyn 3.1
    • LIU Post 3.2
    • Other LIU locations 3.3
  • Athletics 4
    • LIU Brooklyn Blackbirds 4.1
      • Men's Athletics 4.1.1
      • Women's Athletics 4.1.2
    • LIU Post Pioneers 4.2
      • Men's Athletics 4.2.1
      • Women's Athletics 4.2.2
  • Media 5
  • Notable people 6
  • References 7
  • External links 8

History

LIU was chartered in 1926 in

  • Official website
  • LIU Brooklyn athletics website
  • LIU Post athletics website

External links

  1. ^ As of June 30, 2014. "U.S. and Canadian Institutions Listed by Fiscal Year 2014 Endowment Market Value and Percentage Change in Endowment Market Value from FY 2013 to FY 2014" (PDF). 2014 NACUBO-Commonfund Study of Endowments. National Association of College and University Business Officers. 
  2. ^ [4], Retrieved Dec. 19, 2015.
  3. ^ http://brooklynrail.org/2012/10/local/a-relic-reborn
  4. ^ http://www.liu.edu/pharmacy
  5. ^ http://www.liu.edu/global
  6. ^ http://www.liuathletics.com
  7. ^ http://www.liu.edu/polk
  8. ^ L.I.U. TAKES OVER LONG ISLAND ESTATE
  9. ^ "LIU names first female chief executive, Kimberly Cline". Newsday. Retrieved 7 March 2013. 

References

Notable people

The LIU Public Radio Network broadcasts on 88.3 FM (WPPB) and 88.1 FM (WCWP). The LIU television broadcasts on channels 95 and 96 on campus only (PTV) [3] The LIU Brooklyn student newspaper is Seawanhaka. The LIU Post student newspaper is The Pioneer.

Media

  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Fencing
  • Field Hockey
  • Golf
  • Indoor Track & Field
  • Lacrosse
  • Outdoor Track & Field
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Tennis
  • Swimming
  • Volleyball

Women's Athletics

  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Football
  • Indoor Track & Field
  • Lacrosse
  • Outdoor Track & Field
  • Soccer
  • Wrestling

Men's Athletics

The LIU Post Pioneers compete in NCAA Division II intercollegiate athletics.

LIU Post Pioneers

  • Basketball
  • Bowling
  • Cross Country
  • Golf
  • Lacrosse
  • Softball
  • Soccer
  • Women's Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Track & Field
  • Volleyball

Women's Athletics

  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Track & Field/Cross Country
  • Football

Men's Athletics

The LIU Brooklyn Blackbirds compete in NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletics.

LIU Brooklyn Blackbirds

Athletics

LIU Riverhead LIU Riverhead is home to the Homeland Security Management Institute (recognized as one of the leading institutions in the United States in homeland security training). The institute has been designated a "Homeland Security Center of Excellence" by the United States Congress. Programs are also available in education, special education, literacy, communication studies, new media, cyber security, applied behavior analysis, and TESOL.

LIU Hudson LIU Hudson offers graduate and advanced certificate programs in business, public administration, pharmaceutics, education (early childhood, childhood, literacy, special education, and TESOL), educational leadership, school counseling, school psychology, mental health counseling, and marriage and family therapy.

LIU Brentwood LIU Brentwood offers undergraduate and/or graduate programs in education, special education, literacy, mental health counseling, school counseling, psychology, criminal justice, and nursing.

Other LIU locations

  • School of Education
  • Palmer School of Library and Information Science
  • College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
  • College of Management
  • School of Business
  • School of Professional Accountancy
  • School of Computer Science, Innovation and Management Engineering
  • School of Health Professions and Nursing
  • School of Visual and Performing Arts
  • School of Continuing and Professional Studies
  • Honors College
  • Student-Run Businesses
  • Browse (retail shop and IT help center)
  • Division II Pioneers
  • Bethpage Federal Credit Union Stadium
  • North Shore Equestrian Center
  • Tilles Center for the Performing Arts

LIU Post includes:

LIU Post

  • LIU Pharmacy, the Arnold and Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, one of the largest and oldest pharmacy schools in the United States.
  • LIU Global (formerly Global College)
  • School of Business, Public Administration, and Information Sciences
  • Richard Conolly College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
  • School of Education
  • Harriet Heilbrunn Rothkopf School of Nursing
  • School of Continuing Education
  • Honors College
  • NCAA Division I Blackbirds
  • Steinberg Recreation and Wellness Center and Athletic Fields
  • Student-Run Businesses
  • Kumble Theater for the Performing Arts
  • George Polk Awards in Journalism

LIU Brooklyn includes:

LIU Brooklyn

Campuses

LIU is administered by a president and board of trustees who elects the president.

Organization

On March 7, 2013, LIU named Kimberly R. Cline as its 10th president. Dr. Cline succeeded David J. Steinberg, who retired after 28 years as president in the summer of 2013. She is the first woman to lead the private, six-campus institution (which also includes LIU Hudson, LIU Riverbed, and LIU Brentwood).[9] Under her leadership, the university introduced several experiential learning programs that include student-run businesses on campus as well as startup incubators that give young entrepreneurs the support and space to collaborate, develop business plans, find investors, and grow ideas into small businesses.

In 1951, recognizing the educational needs of the growing number of families moving to the suburbs, LIU purchased an 177-acre (72 ha) estate known as Hillwood from cereal heiress Marjorie Merriweather Post and her third husband Joseph E. Davies.[8] Located in the town of Brookville on Long Island's Gold Coast, the original home, Warburton Hall, had been built by William A. Prime and was extensively renovated by Marjorie and her second husband Edward F. Hutton. Three years later, the campus was renamed C. W. Post, in honor of Marjorie Post's father. In 2012, the university launched a campaign that unified all campuses in name. C.W. Post is now LIU Post, the university's largest campus, at 307 acres of historic Gatsby-era mansions, gardens, athletic fields, art studios and performing arts space, broadcast television and radio stations, an on-campus sustainable energy facility, and the only on-campus equestrian facility on Long Island. LIU Post is home to the NCAA Division II Pioneers and Tilles Center for the Performing Arts.

and Kumble Theater for the Performing Arts. [7]

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