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Literature & Composition Conference: Present your work!

Conference is in Oneonta, NY – If accepted, Office of UG Research and English Dept will help with costs of attending.  See below for details.  Benjamin Saunders, author of Do The Gods Wear Capes: Spirituality, Fantasy, and Superheroes and Rock Over The Edge: Transformations in Popular Music Culture, will be the keynote speaker.


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Symposium Speaker: Buckingham

Mary Buckingham  M.A.,  psychology alumna, is  a 5th year graduate student at the Institute for Applied Research in Youth Development in the Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Study and Human Development at Tufts University. She will be presenting Empathy in context: Research and the power of perspective.   Students, faculty members and others who are planning to attend should register at the SJC Student Research Symposium website.

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SJC Student Symposium – Sat April 29

Mark your calendars!

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Sports Psychology Summer Internhip

The American Board of Sport Psychology’s 2017 is offering summer research internships in Applied Sport Psychology.

PROGRAM VENUE: New York City with possible satellite session in New Hampshire (baseball psychology; special distance-based programs can also be arranged)

Requests for information documents/applications are now being accepted. If interested please contact: rcarlstedt@americanboardofsportpsychology.org

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English Major Hoffman presents at MAPACA Conference

English major Emily Hoffman ’17 presented on the representation of mental illness in Ken Kesey’s One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest in a paper entitled, “Social Constructions of Mental Illness ” at the 2016 Mid-Atlantic Popular and American Culture Association (MAPACA) conference in Atlantic City, Nov. 3-5

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Summer Internship at Public Agenda

Careers at Public Agenda

Part-Time Summer Research Internship

The intern will support Public Agenda’s small research team with a variety of tasks related to our research work around participatory budgeting processes in the U.S. and Canada and other projects. The intern will assist with building, updating and maintaining data bases, thematic coding of documents and interview transcripts, internet research, fact checking, proofreading.

The ideal candidate would be a team-orientated undergraduate, or a student in the beginning of their master’s program, with an interest in applied research, local political processes and/or public policies and civic engagement. We are hoping to find someone who has great attention to detail, is very well organized and reliable. We are a fun organization of 20+ people with a lot going on. The intern will have the opportunity to meet many other staff and also find out about our public engagement and communications work.

The length of the position will depend on the work flow. We can guarantee work for 6 weeks (perhaps more) for 16/hours a week at $12/hour.

Please send your resume and short cover letter to Rebecca Silliman at rsilliman@publicagenda.org


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