Attention SUCO Anthropology Students:
I will use this space to post news about our
students, past and present.
If you would like to have a news item posted, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are particularly interested in hearing from former students.
Karen Terry is
working for the television production company Karavida, Inc.
- Olivia Dunn has been
selected to receive the College’s “Best and Brightest” award for the Spring 2011 semester. Click here for
- Three of our majors have
been selected to receive the College’s “Best and Brightest” award for the Spring 2009 semester: Elyse Hallenback
(double major in psychology), Olivia Kenyon (double major in biology), and
Amanda Minnock (double major in biology).
Congratulations to Elyse, Olivia, and Amanda! Details and a complete list
of all Best and Brightest Awards can be found here.
- Steve Brienza, Class of 2005, is working in Manhattan as an
Independent Living Specialist for the Bowery
Residents Committee (BRC), a social service agency that serves the homeless
and offers them a variety of services, including basic shelters/food,
substance abuse detox and/or rehab, and
- Amy Bennett, Class of
2005, has completed her MSc degree in
archaeology from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, and is currently working as
an archaeologist for Hartgen
- Megan Miller, Class of
2007, is working as an archaeologist for Curtin Archaeological Consulting.
- Jon Alexander, Class of
2004, completed his MA degree in anthropology
at New Mexico Highlands
University in May 2007.
- Patti Fallacara is a consultant and independent contractor
for fitness and self defense.
- John Crump, Class of
2002, is the owner of the CRM (Cultural
Resources Management) firm, Eastern Woodlands Archaeological
Consultants, LLC, of Naples, Florida.
- Nicole Thorn, Class of
2005, is in the Ph.D. program in anthropology at the State University of New York at Albany
Norah Miles, Class
of 2003, is working as an archaeological field technician at EAC/Archaeology in Baltimore.
Robert Kerley, Class of 2006, is working on archaeological
excavations as an Education Specialist for the New York State Museum.
Quintero and Pasquale Quintero, Class of 2004, have completed Master's
degrees at SUNY Buffalo. Laiko has her Ed.M.
degree in Higher Education Administration with a concentration in Student
Affairs, and Pasquale has his Ed.M. degree in Higher Education
Administration. Laiko will be the Assistant
Director of the Career Network Center at NY Institute of Technology, and
Pasquale will be a Hall Director at SUNY Stony Brook.
- Laura Provost, Class of 2005, is a laboratory
assistant at the New York State Museum.
- Nicole Thorn, Class of 2005, has won a Beauchamp
Archaeological Scholarship from the William M. Beauchamp Chapter of the New York State Archaeological Association.
Demick (Class of 2005) has been selected by the
College for inclusion in The Best and Brightest list for Spring 2005. Our congratulations!
Phillips (Class of 1999) is a fifth grade teacher in Remsenburg,
Cheney (Class of 2003) is currently a graduate student studying medical
anthropology at the University of Connecticut.
majors Ann Cheney and Alicia Johnson have both been selected by the
College for inclusion in The Best and Brightest list for Fall 2002. Our congratulations!
of 2001) is working as an archaeologist for Western Cultural Resource
Management in Farmington, New Mexico.
- Onika Selby
(Class of 2001) is an Assistant Marketing Buyer for Paramount Pictures
through the company MediaVest, and works and
lives in New York City.
Dudish (Class of 1994) is a Customer Service
Engineer with AGV Products, Inc. in Charlotte, North
- Adrienne Wilschek (Class of 2001) is working as a Survey
Associate for Mathematica Policy Research in Princeton, NJ.
- Rachael DeCrescenzo (Class of
2001) is participated this past summer on the Jamestown Rediscovery Archaeology Field School,
conducted through the Association for the Preservation of Virginia
Antiquities in Jamestown, Virginia.
- Onika Selby
(Class of 2001) has recently completed an internship with the Afrikan Poetry Theatre in Jamaica, New York,
where she worked on writing a grant proposal to fund a new educational
program including a slavery artifact exhibit.
- Erin McCulley (Class of 2000) is one of three SUCO students
that have received the prestigious Chancellor's Award for Stduent Excellence, an award given to SUNY students
who have achieved national or international recognition. Erin's award was
based in part on her continuing work with the Mayan people of Chiapas,
Mexico. Details of this award can be found at the web site of the local
paper, The Daily Star.
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