ABOUT THE THEODORE ROOSEVELT INSTITUTE

Theodore Roosevelt remains an icon of American History and continues to fascinate Americans a century after his death, and his legacy still impacts us to this day. Long Island University’s Theodore Roosevelt Institute advances research and leadership while promoting the legacy of President Roosevelt.

The Theodore Roosevelt Institute is a nexus for public seminars, research and educational programs. The Institute provides resources to develop leaders and advance policy, showcases thousands of the 26th President's writings, and hosts events led by preeminent scholars.




The Three Roosevelts

Hutton House Series

Led by Tweed Roosevelt, Chair of the Roosevelt School, and Presidential Portrait Artist Dan Christoffel​




THEODORE ROOSEVELT: LEARNING FROM FAILURES AND CONTROVERSIES
June 3, 2021

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ELEANOR ROOSEVELT: LEARNING FROM FAILURES AND CONTROVERSIES
July 8, 2021

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DRAWING TEDDY ROOSEVELT (On Post campus)

August 2, 2021

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FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT: LEARNING FROM FAILURES AND CONTROVERSIES
August 19, 2021

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Contact
Sandra Richard
Office of the President
Sandra.Richard@liu.edu
516-299-2501