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SCW Cultural Arts at Emanuel presents
An Interview with

His Life in Business and

Sunday, May 17, 2015 at 3:00pm

MR. SANFORD I. WEILL, world-renowned financier and philanthropist, is Chairman Emeritus of Citigroup and chairman of Hamilton Insurance Group. In 2014, Mr. Weill was named to CNBC's First 25, a definitive list of 25 people around the world who have had the greatest influence in business over the past quarter century. Recently stepping down as Chairman of Carnegie Hall after 24 years, Mr. Weill is now President, joining his mentor, Isaac Stern, as only the second to hold this title. Mr. Weill is also Chairman Emeritus of Weill Cornell Medical College (served as Chairman for 20 years); Founder/Chairman of the National Academy Foundation (since 1982); Chairman of Weill Hall and The Green Music Center; Chairman of the Executive Council of UCSF; Chancellor's Advisory Board member at UC-Davis; Director of the Lang Lang International Music Foundation; and American Academy of Arts and Sciences' member.
Temple Emanuel of Great Neck is located at 150 Hicks Lane.
Call 516.482.5701 for TICKET information.


Guest in the Pulpit

will offer the lecture
"Between Athens and Jerusalem "

Friday evening,
May 29, 2015 at 7:30pm

Michael A. Soupios, professor of political science, is one of the most popular and accomplished faculty members in the history of the C.W. Post Campus of LIU. Dr. Soupios holds a record-breaking nine university degrees—four doctorates, four master's degrees and one bachelor's degree. By the time he was 27, he had earned three master's degrees from C.W. Post and a doctorate in education from Columbia University. Doctorates of Philosophy followed, as well as a master's in theology and a Doctorate of Ministry, both from the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception. While his prodigious scholarship is widely admired throughout the C.W. Post community, Dr. Soupios is best known for his teaching.

Admission is FREE; Calling 516.482.5701 for information.