Jacqueline Ahl ’98, ’06g (English) joined the staff of Special Programs at New Paltz as the specialist for disabilities and learning. In her new role, Ahl will provide tutoring for students with learning disabilities and serve as a liaison for Student Support Services. Ahl previously worked in the Office of Disabled Student Services, now the Disability Resource Center at New Paltz. She also worked as a tutoring facilitator at Dutchess Community College and an academic consultant at Vassar College’s Summer Institute for the Gifted, both in Poughkeepsie.
James Halpern (Psychology) has been awarded a $10,000 grant
by the New York State Office of Mental Health for his project, "Graduate Training in Disaster Mental Health Course." The purpose
of the award is to deliver a three-credit graduate course
titled "Graduate Training in Disaster Mental Health" to create a
Corinne Nyquist (Library) was named to the 2007 edition of
Fiona Paton (English) delivered a paper, “Whither Goest Thou America? On the Road as Elegiac Romance,” at the 35th Louisville Literature and Culture Since 1900 conference in February.
Karanja Keita Carroll (Black Studies) presented “Cheikh Anta Diop's Two Cradle Theory and Afrikan-Centered Scholarship: A Genealogical Review” at the 8th Annual Uncovering Connections Conference in March sponsored by the DIRECT Center of Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn. He presented a paper on “Methodology in Africana Studies: Revisiting the Centrality of the Afrikan Worldview” at the 31st Annual Conference of the National Council for Black Studies, held in San Diego, Calif., also in March.
Glenn Geher (Psychology) published an article, titled “Evolutionary Psychology is Not Evil! (… and here’s why …),” in the 2006 edition of the European journal, Psihologijske Teme (Psychological Topics).
Howard Good (Communication and Media) had a poem, "Pilgrim," in the February issue of Juked.
Michael Guiry (Business) and Sally Schultz (Business) published
Irving Weiss (English, Emeritus) published the visual poems
A.J. Williams-Meyers (Black Studies) published “Out of the
Communication and Media students Tyease Levers ’10, Yolan
Carla Linton ’07 (Theatre Arts) is a regional finalist for a
March 26 , 2007
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