An impressive day at SJC Undergraduate Student Symposium!

50 scholarly presentations from all disciplines, 3 art exhibits and over 200 in attendance!

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Callahan Library Undergraduate Research Award Recipients Announced

Congratulations to Jennifer Gagliardi, English major, and Anthony Anthony Sementilli, Chemistry major, for winning the Callahan Library Research Award! Awards reflect demonstrated excellence in use of information and library resources.

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SJC Callahan Library announces Undergraduate Research Award- Consider Applying

SJC Callahan Library has established a Undergraduate Research Award recognizing a student who demonstrated a sophisticated use of library and information resource tools with a $100 prize.  The award is open to all 2015 UG Symposium presenters. Details are available on the library’s  Guide to Undergraduate Research   (http://sjcny.libguides.com/Undergraduate_Research).

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Jacoby wins Runner Up for Best Poster in Undergraduate Research at Eastern Sociological Conference!

Congratulations to Human Relations major Samantha Jacoby on being awarded First Runner Up for Best Poster Presentation in Undergraduate Research at Eastern Sociological Society Annual Meeting, March 2015, New York . Her research was titled “Childhood Pet Attachment and Adult Closeness in Personal Relationships”

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Success at Eastern Psychological Association- Philadelphia

Students  Nicole Beanblossom, Karla Blanco, Mikayla Dipaola, Arielle Domenech, Alexis Lazo, Courtney Duhning, Brendan Plotke (Biology), with faculty members McGoey, Ramdass and  Treboux have a combined 5 presentations at EPA!

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More SJC interdisciplinary success! Sociology * Psychology at ESS

At the Eastern Sociological Society  conference in NYC on March 1, Sociology faculty member Dr. Kirk Lawrence teams up with psychology students, Arielle Lindstrom and Denzil Charles, to present their research “Relative Loss and Cohesion from Natural Disasters: Evidence from Hurricane Sandy” at  round table discussion on The Effects of Natural Disasters on People and Community

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Psychology students present research at SPSP, Long Beach CA

This past weekend on Feb 29, psychology undergraduates Arielle Domenech and Karla Blanco with faculty member Dominique Treboux present their research “Predicting Empathetic Accuracy: Relationship with Parents & Socialization of Altruistic Behaviors” at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology Conference in Long Beach, CA

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