FIND OUT HOW GOOD YOU REALLY ARE. My work as a counseling psychologist focuses on health and educational interventions for urban youth. At LIU Brooklyn, I'm teaching these techniques to future couselors. Together, we are making the kind of mental, physical and spiritual connections that transform lives. Wendi S. Williams, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Counseling Blackbirds do LIU Brooklyn Proud - The men’s basketball team concluded its historic season Wednesday night with a hard-fought, 68-55 loss to James Madison in the first-round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. The Blackbirds made history this season by becoming the first Northeast Conference team to earn three-straight trips to the NCAA Tournament. The contest marked the final collegiate games for seniors C.J. Garner, Jamal Olasewere, Brandon Thompson, Kenny Onyechi and Booker Hucks. Olasewere scored 20 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the loss, while Garner battled through an early ankle sprain to finish with 16 points and three steals. Military Times Gives Biz School High Rank  - Military Times magazine LIU Brooklyn’s School of Business, Public Administration and Information Sciences as one of the nation’s “Best for Vets: Business Schools.” The School of Business ranked 43rd on the Military Times list, thanks to the school’s widespread efforts to accommodate vets and active-duty service members by offering them scheduling flexibility, financial assistance and on-campus support services. The Military Times rankings were based on a 60-question survey that asked about academic policies, financial aid and academic and career support. This is not the first time LIU Brooklyn has been recognized for its high level of support for veterans. In 2011, it was listed as a "Military Friendly School" in G.I. Jobs, a veteran-owned publication. Save the Date: LIU Brooklyn Discovery Day - LIU Brooklyn will host Discovery Day 2013 on Wednesday. The event showcases the scholarly work and pedagogical and curricular achievements of faculty, staff, students and alumni. Visit the Arnold & Marie Schwartz Athletic Center from 11:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. for poster presentations and for interdisciplinary discussion and collaboration with the LIU Brooklyn community. Exhibition of Feminist Periodicals and Publishers on View in the Resnick Gallery - To help celebrate Women’s History Month, LIU Brooklyn will present “Feminist Periodicals and Publishers: The Ladder to Ms. to Bitch” in the Resnick Gallery. The exhibition of historical and contemporary feminist publications illustrates the ideologies and activism of the feminist movement. It will run until Wednesday. Periodicals on view include a 1957 issue of The Ladder, the first ongoing American publication created by lesbians for lesbians; copies of the 1970s journal Heresis; and an early issue of the now defunct alternative teen magazine Sassy; the independent magazine Bitch. 3/22, 3/23 – Baseball Hosts Lehigh for Three-Game Series 3/26 – LIU Theater Program presents "The Freedom Plays" 3/27 – Office of Student Life presents: "Relax Your Way to an A" For more things to do this week and every week, check out our campus calendar. Submit your events to