Cynthia Klink, Lecturer is a 2014 recipient of SUNY’s new Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Adjunct Teaching.
Autumn Bullard attended the 10th Annual Feminist Campus National
Young Feminist Leadership Conference on March 29-31, 2014 in Arlington, VA.
SUNY Oneonta senior Christy Harasimowicz of Jefferson, NY, has won a SUNY-wide essay contest sponsored by Gale Cengage for her essay “Samuel Richardson’s Pamela; or, Virtue Rewarded: Justification of Masculine Activity and the Avenue to Virtue.”
Three awards were offered, and Harasimowicz won for the best undergraduate essay using the new Eighteenth-Century Collections Online (ECCO) database.
“Christy’s achievement is a testimony to her intelligence and diligence,” said Dr. Eileen Morgan-Zayachek, interim dean of SUNY Oneonta’s School of Arts and Humanities. “She has successfully used her training in English classes to conduct sophisticated research and analyze anew the ways 18th-century literature operated vis-à-vis gender assumptions.”
A graduate of Jefferson Central School, Harasimowicz is a recipient of the Best and Brightest Award and the Dorothy Wemple ’36 Scholarship for English or English/Secondary Education majors.
Roller Derby Inspires Essay Publication
Lessons learned on the roller derby track have led to nearly a year of research— and an essay publication in a national journal—for SUNY Oneonta student Kajee Kodrich-Quick of Unadilla, N.Y.
Titled “Hitting up the ladder: Leadership Lessons from a Derby Girl,” Kodrich-Quick’s piece appears in the March issue of Women in Higher Education, a nationally recognized, monthly journal for women in the field of higher education. Read more.
Emily Badalamente, a Political Science major and Women's & Gender Studies minor, was accepted into the New Leadership New York (NLNY) program, Summer 2014, to discuss women in government and civil society.
Karen Campbell, a 2012 graduate who majored in Psychology and minored in WGS, will be beginning her graduate studies in Social Work at University of Denver beginning fall 2014.
Ayla Englehart, a 2011 graduate who majored in Political Science and minored in WGS, has just graduated from the Women’s Studies MA Program at George Washington University. At graduation she was honored with two awards: the Women's Studies Service to the Community of Women Award for her work at DC SAFE, working with survivors of intimate partner violence, and the Women's Studies Prize for Feminist Scholarship.
Melissa Flatow, a 2013 graduate with a degree in Psychology and Women's and Gender Studies minor, will be entering the Fordham Graduate School of Social Service in Fall 2014.
Mitch Hymowitz, a 2014 graduate with a degree in Communication Arts and Women's & Gender Studies minor, has been accepted into San Francisco State's MA Program in Sexuality Studies.
Alyssa Lupinski, a 2014 graduate with a degree in Psychology and Women's & Gender Studies minor, will begin the Fall of 2014 at SUNY Albany's and Albany Law's joint MSW/JD program. She will begin her graduate school career at Albany Law and will switch between schools each year for four years.
Connie Randall, a 2013 graduate with a degree in Anthropology and Women's & Gender Studies minor, is in her first year of graduate school at University of Tennessee, Knoxville where she is studying archaeology. She reports that: "I am going to be in Florida this summer working on a environmental archaeological project that they are currently doing the excavations for in the Everglades. I will be in Jacksonville for 14 weeks doing faunal analysis the lab they are setting up." Connie majored in Anthropology and History, and minored in WGS.
Maggie Ryan, a 2013 graduate with a degree in Psychology and Women's & Gender Studies minor, will be attending SUNY Albany's School of Public Health starting in August. She will be concentrating in social behavior and community health.