As you read, you will notice the strength of our faculty in the variety of programs across the College. Due to the hard work of Dr. Zaromatidis and the rest of the Psychology faculty, the M.A. in School Psychology has received full approval/national accreditation from the National Association of School Psychologists. The History Department is home to two faculty members, Dr.'s Hughes and Bournoutian, who have recently published books which have been very well received. Innovation is the hallmark of work going on in Computer Science where Dr. Ivanov's students are creating iPhone apps. In Education, students of Dr. Goldberg are tweeting podcasts, and in Mass Communications and Religious Studies where students of Dr Shachar and Procario-Foley will be blogging about their trip to the Centre for Dialogue and Prayer in Poland over spring break. Additionally, several departments have recently posted newsletters for their students and alum which highlight the distinctive nature of their programs, including Fine and Performing Arts, Mass Communications, and Social Work.
Upcoming events of note in the SAS include:
As I hope the newsletter shows, the work being done by faculty and students is impressive. As part of our commitment to continue to improve communication, we have also set up a system of departmental liaisons. The liaisons are looking forward to hearing more about your activities, accomplishments, as well as those of your department, colleagues, students, and alum.
We hope you enjoy the upcoming Spring Break, and we wish you a Happy Saint Patrick's Day.