Sep. 22, 2010

KUDOS

  • Two faculty members and seven students will present research and work at the Conference of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges (COPLAC) Northeast Regional Undergraduate Research Conference, Oct. 1 and 2 at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in North Adams, Mass.

    Geneseo student participants represent education, the Arts, psychology, chemistry and biology. Biology Assistant Professor Jennifer Apple, who conducts research on slave-making ant species that raid and live in the Spencer J. Roemer Arboretum, and School of Education Professor Leigh O'Brien, who served as project mentors, will also attend.

    Presenting papers:
    Carah Deal '11
    (School of Education)
    Corinne Smith '12
    (School of the Arts)
    Jenna Febrizio '11
    (School of the Arts)
    Melanie Schukrafft '11
    (psychology)
    Sara L. Lewandowski '11
    (biology)

    Poster presentation:
    Melissa Lamson '11
    (chemistry)

    Art exhibition:
    Katelin Cragg '11
    (School of the Arts)
  • mahood-head.jpgDistinguished Service Professor Emeritus of Education Wayne Mahood recently spoke at the nation's oldest Civil War round tables and published articles about the SUNY system and Geneseo history.

    Book articles:"'A Touch of New England in Western New York': The Transformation of SUNY Geneseo," Clark, Leslie, and O'Brien, "SUNY at Sixty" (Albany: SUNY Press, 2010).
    A talk: "My Obligations are Manifest: Genl. James S. Wadsworth" at the Milwaukee Civil War Round Table — the nation's second oldest —1946), on Sept. 9.
    A talk: "My Obligations are Manifest: Genl. James S. Wadsworth" at the Chicago Civil War Round Table (the nation's oldest, established in 1940), on Sept. 10.