Posts Categorized: Lifelong Learning

Legal Research and Writing with Lesli Hiller

Lesli Hiller, a Principal Law Clerk and member of the New York State Bar since 1999, has been teaching Legal Research and Writing at Hofstra for the last 12 years. Part of the Paralegal Certificate Program, this class will help give students research skills and teach them how to apply them to legal writing, as… Read more »

Insurance Studies with John Frizalone

With over 30 years’ experience in the insurance industry, John Frizalone, a recognized insurance and workers’ compensation professional and MBA graduate from Hofstra, is nothing short of an expert in the insurance industry. He uses his experiences in working for top-tier companies like Aon Risk Services, Zurich Insurance Co., and The Risk Management Planning Group… Read more »

Acting II with Kate Beckman

When it comes to acting, it is very hard to learn the necessary skills and techniques from someone that hasn’t “been there and done that.” Kate Beckman, instructor for Acting II, has been there and done that: from singing in radio productions of popular plays to owning a production company and teaching acting classes, her… Read more »

Lifelong Learning: The Key to Success in the 21st Century

There is increasing evidence that the pursuit of lifelong learning offers significant benefits and advantages. From infancy through the golden years, a commitment to ongoing learning is vital for brain development, happiness and success in the 21st century. In this infographic, you’ll find a wide range of facts and figures to support that learning is… Read more »