F E A T U R E S T O
CNR celebrates 103rd School Year Opening
In September, for the 103rd time, the College
another academic year. The quiet of summer days has now given
to a bustling environment as students and faculty return to bring life
the campus, eager for another year of academic challenges and
achievements. m o r e
A R O
D C N R
Castle Gallery Fall Show features Native
50 Years of Powwow
An opportunity to celebrate
and pass on
- November 22, 2006
2 - 4 p.m.
Arts Council to perform at Opening Reception
m o r e
Wellness Center Construction Continues
Click on the Campaign for The College of New
Website and follow the building of CNR’s Wellness Center as well as the
of the Campaign.
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New Assistant Dean in the Graduate School
The College of New
announced the appointment of Dr. John Patton as Assistant Dean of the
& Communication Studies Division of the Graduate School m o r e
Graduate School Expands Art Therapy Program
The Graduate School
College of New Rochelle announced the expansion of the College’s
existing Art Therapy program to include a master’s degree in Art
Prospective students may apply now for enrollment in the Fall 2006
semester. m o r e
School of Nursing receives 23rd Consecutive
Federal Traineeship Award
The College of New Rochelle School of Nursing
that it has been awarded the Advanced Education Nursing Traineeship for
-- formerly called the Nursing Traineeship Award -- from the U.S.
of Health and Human Services, Health Resources & Services
Bureau of Health Professions. m o r e
Fifth Annual CNR Golf & Tennis Outing
The Fifth Annual CNR Golf & Tennis Outing is
for September 25, 2006 at the Donald Ross designed course of Siwanoy
Club in Bronxville, New York. The Shotgun Start will be at 12:30 pm,
registration and brunch. A silent auction conducted by Steiner Sports,
raffle, door prizes, and awards will be held during dinner. For more
contact Linda Grande at 914.654.5288 or visit the CNR Golf & Tennis Outing website.
C N R S T U D E N T N E W S
Megan Skrip SAS ’07 was selected
to participate in the 2006 National Collegiate Honors Council
to be held in Philadelphia in November. Her poster on Exotic
Zebra Mussel Survival & Settlement in the Beds of Nonnative Water
vs. Native Water Celery in the Hudson River will be on display at the
Blanca Paccha SAS ’08 was awarded an
NIH Undergraduate Scholarship for the 2006-2007 academic year.
As part of the award, she will work in an NIH lab next summer. Blanca
also one of 15 recipients to receive a scholarship from the Connecticut
of Latinos in Higher Education for the coming academic year.
F A C U L T Y / S T A F F F O C U S
Associate Professor Susan Acampora attended the American
Association's Annual Convention in New Orleans in June and volunteered
ALA's "Libraries Build Communities" project," a community service
effort to help rebuild local neighborhoods and their libraries after
of Campus Ministry Helen Wolf
and Rosann Santos, Director of
Development and Programs, attended the international Ursuline educators
held at Santa Ursula University in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The CNR
members represented the College at this conference. Over 120 educators
North and South America attended, as well as South Africa and Taiwan.
Wolf assisted with music at some of the liturgical celebrations and
the closing prayer service.
Wolf with Madre Maria de Fátima Maron Ramos, Chancellor of Santa
University, and George Bittencourt Doyle Maia, President. Helen Wolf
asked by the university to bring a symbol of CNR to the conference and
brought a print of “Love One Another” a painting by artist Laura James
was commissioned by the College for CNR's Centennial Year.
Dr. Anthony Cosenza, Associate
of Special Education in the Graduate School, recently published Crisis Intervention Christ-Is
Volume I. In his book, Dr. Cosenza unveils the biblical origin
characteristics of “spiritual valueness.”
I N M E M O R I A M
Mary Lofton, Assistant to the
at the Brooklyn Campus of SNR, passed away after a long illness on
Sr. Loretta Shanahan, OSU, died on
23, 2006. Sr. Loretta taught philosophy, history and psychology of
at the College from 1953 to 1955.
Sr. Eugenia Marie Garvey, OSU,
graduate of the CNR Class of 1944, died on April 11, 2006. Sr. Eugenia
to CNR to teach English in 1969, and later in her CNR career worked in
administration and then from 1981 to 1986 in the Writing Center and the
of New Resources.
Dr. Maria Zubritski passed away
a long illness on March 22, 2006. Dr. Zubritski joined the School of
Resources in 1992 as a member of the Instructional Staff in the
New York Theological Seminary Campus. She transferred to the Rosa Parks
in 1995 and retired in 2005.
A L U M N A E / I N E W S
Kelly Clark GS ’05 has a solo exhibit entitled, “A
Journey of India” hanging in the Mooney Center Exhibit Hall. The show
be on display through September 25. Ms. Clark is a Nyack-based artist,
photographer, and art teacher. m o r e
Cheryl A. Croce GS ’88, who has her
of Science in therapeutic education from CNR, was recently appointed
director for the Classic Residence by Hyatt in Yonkers, New York.
Mary Jane Reddington SAS ’45
will be honored for her 35-plus years of service to the United Way at
organization’s annual Leadership Dinner at the Davenport Club on
Sr. Dorothy Ann Kelly, OSU ’51 will
the fall Ursuline Institute Lecture on Thursday, October 5, 2006, at
p.m. in Romita Auditorium. Her talk “A Pilgrim’s Story—The 150th
of the Ursulines in New York: Inheriting the Past/Embracing the Future”
trace the evolution of ministries undertaken by Ursuline communities
by individual Ursulines.
At a ceremony
at New Rochelle City Hall on September 6, 2006, The Coalition for
Mutual Respect awarded the Yitzhak Rabin Peacemaker Award to Sister
Ann Kelly for her lifetime
in the service of others.
Joan Varrone SAS ’72
was recently appointed the Chief Financial Officer of SenSage, Inc, the
provider of scaleable log management solutions. Most recently Ms.
served as CFO at Optiva, Inc., a South San Francisco-based
developer. She received her BA in Mathematics from CNR, an MS in
research from Purdue University, and an MBA in finance and
business from New York University. Ms. Varrone is a resident of San
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