MJ Robinson, Ph.D. Associate Chair, Journalism and New Media Studies is this year’s invited speaker to SJC UG Student Conference. She will be discussing “TV on Demand: Curatorial Culture and the Transformation of Television”.
Present your research in neuroscience at the Northeast Under/graduate Research Organization for Neuroscience (NEURON) NEURON undergraduate and graduate conference on Sunday, February, 22, 2015. SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT: Deadline: February 8, 2015. For more information and submission site, go to http://www.quinnipiac.edu/college-of-arts-and-sciences/department-of-psychology/neuron-conference
All disciplines welcomed!
DEADLINE : Monday, April 13 2015 – 5:00 p.m. Information can be found at “2015 Conference” page above.
Direct questions to Teresa Tannazzo, Ph.D. (Conference Director) at firstname.lastname@example.org
or Dominique Treboux, Ph.D. email@example.com (Director of Undergraduate Research)
The NPS and the Murie Science and Learning Center are seeking applicants for two research fellowships available to individuals wishing to conduct research in Denali National Park and Preserve and other arctic and subarctic Alaska national parks.
A guide on the fellowships, which includes specifics on how to apply and other information helpful to the application process, may be downloaded from www.nps.gov/rlc/murie/research-fellowships.htm.
The deadline for applications is February 16, 2015. The fieldwork of fellowship recipients must be arranged before September 1, 2015
Amanda Kahalehoe, a senior English major, presented “Dames, Dudes, and the Disturbed,” at the 2014 Mid-Atlantic Popular Culture Association (MAPACA) conference in Baltimore, Maryland, November 6-8.
Learn more about careers in science, technology, engineering and math at our Careers in STEM event. The event will feature an alumni panel. The panelists are Russell Blumenthal ’08, systems administrator at Stony Brook University Hospital; Nick Sciallo ’09, senior actuarial analyst at Actuarial and Technical Solutions; Ann Eckardt Erlanger ’05, research scientist at Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center; Ricardo Campos ’12, mathematics teacher at Brooklyn High School for Leadership and Community Service; Domna Zachary ’85, senior health care IT consultant and Meghan Caiazzo ’12, graduate student at New York University’s Polytech School of Engineering.
Tuesday, November 18
St. Joseph’s College, Patchogue
McGann Conference Center
Arielle Domenech a senior psychology student has been chosen as an award recipient for the 2015 Society for Personality and Social Psychology Diversity Fund Undergraduate Registration Award. Arielle with co-authors, Karla Blanco and Dominique Treboux will be presenting her research, “Predicting empathetic accuracy: Relationship with parents and socialization of altruistic behaviors” in Long Beach, CA February 18th, 2015