Kahalehoe presents at the Mid-Atlantic Popular Culture Association Conference

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.

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STEM Alumni Panel- Tuesday, Nov 18

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
6:30 p.m.
St. Joseph’s College, Patchogue
McGann Conference Center

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Arielle Domenech receives SPSP Diversity Fund Award

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

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Psychology students Gesmondi and Buckley with Dr. Ramdass present research at NERA

Dr. Ramdass and 2 undergraduate senior psychology students, Danielle Gesmondi and Taylor Buckley, present their research, “Examining the correlates of procrastination in a college population” at the 45th Northeastern Educational Research Association (NERA) annual conference in Trumbull, CT

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BNL opportunities for science, math, computer sciences and social sciences

Attention students in sciences, mathematics,  computer technology and social sciences, January and Summer Internships available at the Brookhaven National Labs.  Unique opportunity! The goal of the mini-semester is to match students with funded projects and mentors. Questions should be directed to S. Jane Fritz, jfritz@sjcny.edu.  Applications are due soon and available online on October 8 at http://www.science.doe.gov

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Brookhaven National Lab SJC summer interns

This summer, Eric Ruhoy, James Young, Tom Smith and Dan Cisek,  math/computer majors, interned at BNL and will be presenting their findings at BNL on August 7th.

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Travel funds for Biology Undergraduate Researchers

The Biology Division of the Council on Undergraduate Research is offering a limited number of travel grants, up to $250 each, for undergraduate students presenting original research results at a regional or national, discipline-specific meeting during the upcoming academic year .  Click here for more information. http://multibriefs.com/briefs/cur/TravelAwardAnnouncement14-15.pdf

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