Seeking Purpose with Award-Winning Journalist Silvia Foster-Frau

Join the Division of Student Affairs for Seeking Purpose with Silvia Foster-Frau. Foster-Frau writes for The Washington Post about the nation’s emergence as a predominantly multicultural society, exploring its changing racial, ethnic, and cultural demographics, and telling the stories of everyday Americans affected by and a part of such change. She will engage with Hofstra students and community regarding her purpose in the field of journalism and her career covering racial and cultural topics for one of the nation’s most respected outlets. The series is co-sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs and The Center for Career Design and Development.

The Seeking Purpose series gives Hofstra students unique opportunities to hear from and interact with professionals in a wide variety of fields who have created not only career paths for themselves, but also inspiring journeys. The series encourages students to create their own path to Pride and Purpose and motivates them to make the most of every opportunity and experience.



Date: Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Time: 1 p.m. (Common Hour)

Location: via Zoom

Advance registration required. Registrants will be sent zoom link prior to the event time. Please register using the RSVP for This Event link

Wednesday, May 05, 2021



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