Careers in Science Events
This program is supported by a generous donation from ConEdison.
Programs take place noon - 1 p.m. in Room 108, Cornelia Hall unless otherwise noted.
Please visit often since we're frequently updating our site with new information on events.
Tuesday, February 5
"Comparative Pathologists In Translational Biomedical Research”
Amanda Beck, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Department of Pathology
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Thursday, February 21
"Life as a Neuroscientist"
Nadjat Serradj, Ph.D.
Research Scientist, Circuit Repair Laboratory, Burke Neurological Institute
Tuesday, February 26
"Role of Cationic Groups in Antimicrobial Peptide Activity: Toward Switchable Antimicrobials"
Gregory Caputo, Ph.D.
Professor and Chair, Chemistry & Biochemistry; Molecular & Cellular Biosciences, Rowan University
Thursday, February 28
"Introduction to Peer Advisement, Success in Science (PASS) Program"
Joseph Giancaspro '20, Biochemistry
Sunghee Lee, Ph.D., Board of Trustees Endowed Professor of Chemistry
Tuesday, March 12
“Tracing Iron Metabolism of Bacteria to Develop Better Diagnostics and Therapeutics for Infection: A Medicinal Inorganic Chemistry Challenge”
Eszter Boros, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Chemistry, Stony Brook University
Thursday, March 14
“The Importance of Plasticity in Nervous System Repair”
Edmond Hollis, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Neuroscience, Brain and Mind Research Institute Weill Cornell Medicine
Tuesday, March 26 (Romita Auditorium, Ryan Library, Noon)
"Careers in Cyber"
Edward M. Stroz CPA, CITP
Founder, Executive Chairman and Co-President, Stroz Friedberg, LLC
Tuesday, April 2 (Romita Auditorium, Ryan Library, Noon)
Student Panel on Scholarly Activities: (1) Why undergraduate research? (2) Introducing The Journal of Allied Health-Perspectives of Social Justice
Thursday, April 4 (Romita Auditorium, Ryan Library, Noon)
"Driving Health Innovation through Novel Public Private Partnerships"
Tyler Merkeley '05, MS, MBA, PMP
Interim Director of the Division of Research, Innovation, and Ventures (DRIVe)
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Tuesday, April 9 (Romita Auditorium, Ryan Library, 2 - 4 p.m.)
"Accelerating Electrons and Slowing Light with Carbon Nanotubes"
Abram L. Falk, Ph.D., Research Staff, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
"The Emergence of 89Zr-ImmunoPET: Harnessing Antibodies for Nuclear Imaging"
Brian Zeglis, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Hunter College; Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
"Implications for Human and Environmental Health of Exposure to Engineered Nanomaterials"
Sandra V. Pirela, M.S., Sc.D. Toxicologist at SafeBridge Consultants, Inc.
Tuesday, April 16 (Romita Auditorium, Ryan Library, Noon)
"The Afterlife of Research: Applying your Skills in Service, Graduate School, and Professional Development"
Charlotte Ference '15, MS Program in Social Work, Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College
Tuesday, April 23 (Romita Auditorium, Ryan Library, Noon)
"Let Me Google That for You: How Iona Prepared Me for a Job at One of the World's Most Valuable Companies."
Sean Campbell ’16, Google, N.Y.
Thursday, April 25 (Romita Auditorium, Ryan Library, Noon)
Dean's Lecture Series: Erin Whalen McGee '99, Rhodes Scholar and Joe Wiener '10
Thursday, May 2 (LaPenta McGrath Room A&B, Noon)
"What To Do When You Don’t Know What To Do? Try a Bit of Everything”
Kristin Allain '08, JD, MBA
FBI Special Agent, N.Y.