Adelphi University

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Adelphi University

(ədĕl`fī), at Garden City, N.Y.; coeducational; chartered 1896 as Adelphi College. Originally in Brooklyn, the school moved to its present location in 1929 and in 1963 achieved university status. It is the oldest institution of higher learning on Long Island.
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Preston-Matto (English, Adelphi College) has taken on the Herculean task of presenting a Middle Irish satirical text in a form that will engage undergraduate students.
in Bio-chemistry from Adelphi College, Long Island, N.Y.
A Syracuse alum named Al Davis was a young coach at Adelphi College in 1951 when Herman began publishing him.
Mildred Montag, director of Adelphi College's School of Nursing and a doctoral student at Teacher's College, Columbia University, proposed the associate degree model as a time-efficient and realistic alternative for educating technical registered nurses.
Tony drifted to London where he lived rough but on a visit to Glasgow, a friend told him about art classes at the Adelphi College in the Gorbals.
But none of these, I believe can do the job as soundly, efficiently, and simply as my triple line quarterbacking system at Adelphi College.
Perhaps the youngest college football coach in America, 22-year-old Al Davis is already in his second year of coaching at Adelphi College (Garden City, Long Island, NY).
She is also a member of several curriculum advisory committees and serves as an adjunct lecturer in the graduate programs of Adelphi College and Molloy College in New York.