Speak With an Advisor

Our professional academic advisors are available to devote personal attention to any questions or concerns you have. Building a healthy and communicative relationship with your Honors advisor is one of the most vital elements of the LIU Brooklyn Honors College experience. As you develop an ongoing collaboration, your advisor will help identify key avenues for academic enrichment, student clubs and organizations that may interest you, and career and internship placement opportunities.

For more information about applying to LIU Brooklyn please call Catherine Calame in the Office of Admissions at 718-488-1556 or catherine.calame@liu.edu.

To learn more about LIU Brooklyn Honors College, please contact Director James Clarke at 718-488-1657 or james.clarke@liu.edu.

Meet the Director of Honors College

James Clarke
Director, LIU Brooklyn Honors College

Dr. Clarke holds a bachelor's degree from Sonoma State University in California, and a master's and doctorate in Philosophy from Stony Brook University in New York. He also completed a year of graduate study at the University of Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne. He has published articles on the work of Hannah Arendt and Jean-François Lyotard, and translated a number of articles from French into English. His interests include political theory, ethics, contemporary French and German philosophy, and the Enlightenment. In addition to his role as Honors Director, Dr. Clarke teaches philosophy and advises students. He is the campus sponsor of the Alpha Chi National Honor Society, the Jeannette K. Watson Fellowship campus representative, and the campus program advisor for both the Fulbright and Marshall Scholarships.