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F E A T U R E  S T O R Y

College Community Celebrates Feast of St. Angela Merici
& Start of Spring Semester


The Feast of St. Angela Merici was celebrated on January 27, 2010, on the Main Campus of the College. Following a Eucharistic Liturgy in Holy Family Chapel, an Italian Luncheon was served for the College Community in the Student Campus Center. At the luncheon four students, representing all of the Schools of the College, received Ursuline Educators Service Awards. Each student had completed a specific act of service in the previous academic year. This program is a national award sponsored by Ursuline Educational Services. UES is a collaborative effort of Ursuline congregations to carry their educational traditions into a new millennium. In the spirit of Saint Angela Merici, the organization fosters education based on the Gospel values; promotes the preservation and development of the Ursuline charism and mission in Ursuline-sponsored schools and other educational settings.


The students and President Sweeny pose after the awards were presented: (l. to r.) Mirham Rojas SAS’10; Jayne Howard SNR’10; President Sweeny; and parents of honoree Ugo Ogbuagu SN’10. Graduate student honoree Dianna Barber was unable to attend.


A R O U N D  C N R

Dr. Marie Ribarich Appointed Dean of the Graduate School

In December 2009, Dr. Stephen Sweeny announced the appointment of Dr. Marie Ribarich as Dean of the Graduate School.
    “I make this appointment with considerable enthusiasm, said Dr. Sweeny. “Dr. Ribarich is a highly regarded member of the community with rich experience and professional expertise that will serve us well.”
    Dr. Ribarich joined CNR in 2003 as the Graduate School Division Head of Human Services. Since that time, she has served as Assistant Dean of Human Services, Acting Assistant Dean of Education, Associate Dean, and most recently, as Acting Dean of the School.
    Her professional experience includes administrative and clinical responsibilities in the Department of Behavioral Health Services at North Shore University Hospital in Glen Cove, NY, teaching at St. John’s University, and on-site clinical supervisory work at Adelphi University, C. W. Post, and Hofstra. She has also served as School Psychologist at The New Interdisciplinary School in Yaphank, NY.  
    Dr. Ribarich holds a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, Clinical Child Specialization from St. John’s University and a BA in Psychology from New York University.


Author Daniel B. Smith Appointed to
Mary Ellen Donnelly Critchlow (SAS’69) Endowed Chair in English

The first recipient of the Mary Ellen Donnelly Critchlow (SAS’69) Endowed Chair in English is Daniel B. Smith, an author, journalist, and editor. Professor Smith will be teaching creative writing in the fall of 2010, and conduct workshops on writing for groups of students from all four schools this spring semester. He has written extensively about mental health and psychology, as well as about subjects ranging from the “cultural commons” to the lives of American expatriates in Dubai. His first book, Muses, Madmen, and Prophets: Hearing Voices and the Borders of Sanity, about the history and meaning of auditory hallucinations, was published in 2007. A former staff editor at The Atlantic Monthly, he has contributed essays and articles to numerous publications, including The American Scholar, The Atlantic Monthly, Granta, The New York Times Magazine, and New York Magazine. His most recent article, “Is There an Ecological Unconscious?”, appeared in the January 31, 2010 issue of The New York Times Magazine. The Endowed Chair was a gift made by Lillian Brennan Carney SAS'69 and her husband Patrick to the School of Arts & Sciences to honor classmate Mary Ellen Donnelly Critchlow. Lillian and Mary Ellen were roommates as undergraduates at CNR.


CNR Professor Amy Bass Attends Olympics For The Seventh Time


For the seventh time Dr. Amy Bass, Associate Professor of History and Director of the Honors Program in the School of Arts & Sciences, is working at the Olympics. Dr. Bass is spending part of her sabbatical as supervisor of NBC’s research operation at the Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, Canada. Dr. Bass has published extensively on the racial politics of sports, including her book Not the Triumph but the Struggle: The 1968 Olympics and the Making of the Black Athlete, and her edited collection In The Game: Race, Identity, and Sports in the Twentieth Century. Here in Vancouver, she poses with Evan Lysacek who proudly shows off his gold medal won in men's figure skating. Lysacek grabbed the gold medal in close competition with Russia's Yevgeny Plushenko.

To read Dr. Bass' blogs from the Athens Olympics in 2004
click here, and Torino Olympics in 2006 click here.


Party Celebrates New State-of-the-Art Television Studio


At a party given on the afternoon of February 9, 2010, to celebrate the arrival of new state-of-the-art equipment, three students pose before the floor-to-ceiling green wall in the studio. The afternoon dance party was to celebrate the arrival of new digital equipment that has been added to the studio for student use. The equipment includes a Sony digital high-definition widescreen camera and tripods; high-definition video switcher and widescreen monitoring; TelePrompters for the cameras; Apple Macintosh computer w/ 3.5 TB RAID for recording broadcasts directly to disk. The television studio also boasts four Sony EX-1 high definition widescreen cameras with energy-efficient LED lighting. These cameras record directly to memory cards and can be used by students for filming outside of the studio itself. According to Dr. Grabowski, Associate Professor of Communication Arts, “Using our new widescreen, HD tapeless cameras and studio, students are producing amazing projects and are learning how professional studios are adapting to digital technologies. This equipment gives them a leg up over students still working with low-resolution videotape.”


Dr. Sweeny presents “Toys for Tots” to U.S. Marines
at annual College Community Christmas Party.


U.S. Marines Corporal Ramdeholl and Sergeant Brock, both just back from Iraq, meet President Sweeny in the Castle at the annual College Community Christmas party on December 18, 2009. The Christmas party is highlighted by presenting toys to the U.S. Marines for their worthy “Toys for Tots” program.


Graduate School & Office of College and District Partnership
Host Dual Language Educators Institute


The Graduate School and the Office of College and District Partnerships hosted the Dual Language Educators Institute, “Mining the Expertise of Dual Language Educators,” on January 29, 2010, on CNR's Main Campus. The Institute brought together dual language teachers and administrators from the school districts of New Rochelle, White Plains, Port Chester, Ossining, and the Tarrytowns for a day of guest speakers and workshops. In addition to providing a forum for networking and the sharing of best practices in the classroom, the Institute invited Dr. Luisa Costa Garro, a faculty member from Bank Street College of Education, and an expert in language acquisition and development and in comprehensive literacy in two languages, to be the keynote speaker. Dr. Andrea DeCapua, Assistant Professor of Multilingual/Multicultural Education in the Graduate School, and Estee Lopez, Instructor in the Literacy Education program, provided the closing presentation.  More than 60 attendees participated in the institute held in Maura Ballroom.


A L U M N A E / I  S P O T L I G H T




My career as a communications expert began at CNR. I was the Admissions Counselor right out of college and working at CNR was as wonderful an experience as being a student. The highly-charged intellectual atmosphere energized my creativity and challenged me to be the continuous learner that I am today. The warmth of personal relationships and treating people well is at the heart of who I have become. My best friends as a student are still close friends now.

Nannette Rundle Carroll SAS’68
Author, Communications Consultant


Nannette Rundle Carroll is author of the newly released book, The Communication Problem Solver (AMACOM Books) that was just selected as one of the best books of 2009 by The CEO Refresher, an international online source for executives.
    Nannette is a popular speaker, management trainer, and communications consultant, and lives today in the San Francisco Bay Area where she manages her own consulting practice, Corporate Education. She helps people boost their communication and leadership skills through her consulting and training offerings. Nannette is also a top-rated faculty member with the American Management Association.
    Nannette’s last corporate position was Director of Management Development and Training for Bank of America’s global division. Her department provided educational opportunities for senior executives and high potential middle managers worldwide. Before joining the Bank of America, Nannette was with the Bank of California’s Procedures Officer.
    Nannette is a member of the National Speakers Association and is a certified Executive Presentation Skills expert.


CNR Alumnae/i Attend Winter Antiques Show
at Park Avenue Armory


In January, a group of CNR alumnae attended the 56th Annual Winter Antiques Show held at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City.  The group of President’s Circle level donors were invited to the Show’s VIP Lunch and Tour in recognition of their longstanding support of the College’s Annual Fund.  Photo: Standing (l. to r.) Brenna Sheenan Mayer, Vice President for College Advancement; Marsha Ambler; Sue Murphy SAS’73, Chair of the Annual Giving Committee,; Audrey Pistilli Grieco SAS’61; Marilyn Saulle, Director of Leadership Gifts, Annual Giving; Margaret Comaskey SAS’61; Michael Ambler, Chair, Board of Trustees; Claire Colangelo Manto SAS’69, Director of Donor Relations; and Doreen Denton.  Seated l to r:  Mary Ann Geraci Marriott SAS’59; Elizabeth Cahill SAS’84; and Judith Huntington, Vice President for Financial Affairs & President Elect.


Alumnae Relations Host Faculty Lecture Series
at John Cardinal O’Connor Campus


Dr. Michael Anker, a member of the Instructional Staff at CNR’s School of New Resources John Cardinal O’Connor Campus, spoke to students and alumnae/i on the topic of “The Ethics of Uncertainty” on January 27, 2010, as part of the Faculty Lecture Series hosted by the Office of Alumnae/i Relations.


S P O R T S  A T  C N R

CNR Seniors Honored At Final Game of Basketball Season


Alianna Cordova SAS’10 (l.), pictured here with Director of The Wellness Center Harold Crocker and teammate Tiffany Mann (r.), is the only member of the Blue Angels Basketball Team to  play for four years at CNR.  Hardworking and committed, Alianna was second on the team in overall rebounding, and second in offensive rebounding, having the highest vertical leap on the team. Alianna was also the team captain. Tiffany Mann SAS’10 played two full seasons for CNR, and this year was second in team scoring this year.  


C N R  S T U D E N T  N E W S

CNR Student Profile

“At CNR, I feel a genuine sense of community, of a college community, and it's both felt and observed on different levels. Everywhere I go I see close-knit groups of people who, even though they either have been here forever or they seem like they have been here forever, never make me feel excluded.”

Amelia Ellis SAS’13   
School of Arts & Science
Monument Mountain
   Regional High School

Great Barrington, Massachusetts

Why did you come to CNR?
I came to the College because it was such a friendly place. My first tour of the campus was all I needed to make my decision. I absolutely loved this campus. The professors I met all seemed brilliant when I met them, and the students were all outgoing. It’s really a community! CNR was exactly what I was looking for in a college. Also being so close to New York City, I knew that if I went to CNR there would be many opportunities for me to have internships and cultural experiences. I applied, and two weeks later I received a phone call informing me that I had been accepted with an academic scholarship. Talk about a great surprise!

Tell us about your first visit to CNR.
I came with my mother and my step-father and when we drove through the entrance we were all taken by the beautiful campus. I was staying overnight and there was this heavy snowfall, and the Dean cancelled the evening events, but some of us stayed on campus overnight. We had a great time playing Apples to Apples and we ordered pizza; it was so much fun! Two of those students, who are both from Texas, are now my dorm neighbors. I was so excited to find out that they decided to come here because we all got along very well.


What are you studying at the College?
I’m in Communication Arts with my focus on Broadcasting, and Religious Studies is my minor. I love everything about Broadcasting, even the tedious behind the scenes preparation. It's exciting to report and put on a live show. Every day is different in the television studio as the news changes constantly, and there is so much to be done.
    I know that as a reporter, I need to understand everything about a story I’m covering. In today’s world, where there is so much misunderstanding among nations, about people’s religion, about different ethnic groups, reporters have to have their facts straight! I guess that what I’m trying to do: broadcasting the truth, as best I can.

CNR Students Take "Plunge” to New Orleans


CNR students and staff participating in the 2010 Plunge service trip to New Orleans assemble on the front steps of the home they helped to build over the College’s Winter Intersession. This is the second year that CNR students traveled to New Orleans to aid in the recovery work in the Lower Ninth Ward following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The CNR volunteers worked with New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity, an independent affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International. NOAHH builds new houses in partnership with sponsors, volunteers, and homeowner families to eliminate poverty housing in the New Orleans area. Leading the group of volunteers was Director of Campus Ministry Helen Wolf (top left).


CNR Nursing Students Excel at NCLEX-RN Examination
In the 4th Quarter of 2009, CNR nursing students had a pass rate of 92% on their first attempt on the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN). The New York State average for B.S.N. students in the 4th Quarter was just 79%.


Wellness Coaches Launch “Healthy Monday” Program


Wellness Coaches Tania Veloz SAS’12; Catherine Postrano SAS’12; and Hellen Konyango SAS'11 launched the "Healthy Monday" program on the Main Campus  on February 1, 2010. "Healthy Monday" is a national program to raise health awareness and is offered on college campuses across the nation. All this spring semester, these Wellness Coaches will offer different programs and events on Mondays to raise health issues with students. The theme for this first week was "Do You SEE?” Students guessed what SEE is and a “Wellness Basket prize” was awarded to the winner of the SEE contest. Healthy Mondays are sponsored by the CNR Wellness Coaches, Wellness Education & Programs, Health Services, Athletics, and Student Services. Wellness Coaches at CNR are students who are interested in learning to make healthy decisions and in helping develop programs and events, such as Healthy Mondays, to educate others on healthier lifestyle choices.


SNR Students Present Posters on Main Campus


The Fifth Annual Poster Session “Journey to Ways of Knowing” of the School of New Resources class was held in the Student Campus Center on February 2, 2010. In their posters students presented their experiential research conducted in the Life Arts Project class, a final year project. The posters vary in topics and experiences. Many of the posters discuss the value of the liberal arts, while others depict the student’s own life journey. The students displaying their posters are all enrolled in the Ways of Knowing seminar, taught by the Director of the New Rochelle Campus of SNR, Dr. Elena Bront  D’Avila. This class is taken after a student has completed 90 credits, including 30 credits in the student’s area of interest. Here Shylethia Brown explains her poster to interested students.


F A C U L T Y / S T A F F  F O C U S

“When I came to The College of New Rochelle in January, 1988 for an interview, the people I met at the School of New Resources were so engaging and so friendly, I knew this is where I belonged.”

Anne Pelak
Director of Financial Aid
The College of New Rochelle

Anne, tell us a little about yourself.
I am the second oldest of five children; from my earliest memory my parents instilled in us that we must attend college--it was never an option--and the college had to be at least two hours from our home in Exeter, PA.  I attended Kutztown College, and much to my parent’s dismay, I dropped out.  Nine years later I enrolled at Slippery Rock University where I found that I did like college and the learning environment.
   
I had to stop, however, when my husband accepted a job in New York City. I knew I wanted to continue my education when I moved to New York, so I started to search for a school. When I came to The College of New Rochelle in January, 1988 for an interview, the people I met at the School of New Resources were so engaging and so friendly, I knew this is where I belonged.  I enrolled for the spring term and graduated the following fall.
    I believe that since I was a college student at 18 who dropped out then returned as an adult and completed my baccalaureate degree and my master’s, I have a different perspective that serves me well in my job.

What is your position here at the College?
I have been the Director of Financial Aid since July 2005.  I will be celebrating my 22nd anniversary at the College on May 2, 2010.  I started at the College as a temp in the Bursar’s Office, and I was only going to stay a little while …. Well, the rest is history!

What are your responsibilities?
I oversee the financial aid for all four schools. This is made possible with the 15 key personnel that work as financial aid counselors, our unique Verification Office, and the Senior Associate Director of Financial Aid. We have financial aid offices on all six campuses. The Financial Aid Office is responsible for verification and annual disbursement of over $61,000,000 in federal, state, and institutional funding. Along with this responsibility, we maintain compliance to all federal and state regulations regarding funding, performing various reporting functions to state and federal entities, and provide information/data for grant opportunities.  

What are some of the questions
students have when they apply to CNR?

I’m 20 and live on my own. Why am I not considered independent?
I have lost my job. Can you help me get more funding for my child?
I have lost my job and need more money to stay in school. What can you do for me?
    Not a day goes by that I am not asked at least one of these questions.
     Here at the College each student is treated as an individual. It is always case by case. 

In what ways do you help students at CNR?
We provide access to financial aid and ensure that the students get their financial aid in a timely manner. This allows students to stay focused on their priorities-school and career goals.  In financial aid we have seen a dramatic increase in the number of requests for a review of awards. We do our best to help our students stay in school.

What do you like best about your job?
The students. The students here at the College. I know everyone says we are rich in diversity, and that is so true. We are in a wonderful place and providing access to higher education is so important as we enter the 21st century. Our students come from many ethnic and cultural backgrounds. I feel very fortunate, having come from a small town in America myself, to be in a place that is so much greater than anything I could have imagined as a child.
     The support and encouragement of my colleagues from all four Schools over nearly 22 years has been tremendous. I have served on the Senate and Professional Staff Council, chaired a project team, been class adviser to the Centennial Class, and have been involved in numerous other professional development activities. The College has allowed me the opportunity to interact with staff and colleagues from all areas of the College Community. I couldn’t have a better job!


Dr. Amy Bass, Associate Professor of History and Director of the School of Arts & Sciences Honors Program, delivered the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Address at the Bushnell-Sage Library in Sheffield, MA, on January 16, 2010. Dr. Bass spoke about her new book on the legacy of W.E.B. Du Bois, entitled Those About Him Remained Silent: the Battle over W.E.B. Du Bois. The January/February issue of Education Update featured an essay by Dr. Bas entitled “Remembering Du Bois.”


Dr. Kenneth J Doka, Professor of gerontology in the Graduate School, edited with Amy Tucci, the President of the Hospice Foundation of America, his 25th book, Cancer and End-of-Life Care. The book includes a chapter by Dr. Lynda Shand, Associate Professor in the School of Nursing, on complementary and alternative cancer therapies and another chapter on cancer in children and adolescents authored by Marianne Walsh.  Ms. Walsh received her master's degree in art therapy and a certificate in thanatology from CNR.


Ana Fontoura, Dean of Gill Library, and Susan Acampora, Associate Professor and Systems Librarian, were poster presenters at the New York University Faculty Resource Network National Symposium entitled “Challenge as Opportunity: The Academy in the Best and Worst of Times” in Atlanta, Georgia on November 21, 2009.  Their presentation, “Libraries, Education and Virtual Reality: An Exploration of Second Life,” highlighted a variety of library initiatives currently thriving in the virtual world of Second Life as a means to introduce colleagues to the educational opportunities that lie within virtual reality.


Dr. Judy Gordon, Associate Professor of Social Work in the School of Arts & Sciences, presented the paper "Integration of Mexican Immigrants into Life in the United States: Obstacles that Confront Mexican Immigrant Women in Their Adjustment," at the "Thirteenth National and Third International Conference on Social Work Research in Times of Social Crisis" held at the School of Social Work, National Autonomous University of Mexico, in Mexico City, on October 29, 2009.  The paper was included in published proceedings of the conference and is being adapted for possible publication in the United States.


Sr. Mary Virginia Orna, Faculty Emeriti of The College of New Rochelle, received the American Chemical Society (ACS) Volunteer Service Award at the 11th annual ChemLuminary Awards celebration held in conjunction with the ACS National Meeting in Washington on August 18, 2009, at the Capital Hilton Hotel. Mary Virginia Orna was recognized for her unstinting service to the ACS, its Council and committees, the Divisions of Chemical Education and the history of chemistry, her students and colleagues, and humanity.
    To watch the video, click here.


Dr. Jennifer Scuro, Assistant Professor of Philosophy in the School of Arts & Sciences, and Director of the Women’s Studies Program, has been appointed to the Eastern Society for Women in Philosophy's (ESWIP) Distinguished Woman in Philosophy award committee for 2010-2012.  Each year the DWP award celebrates a philosopher who has made an outstanding contribution to feminist philosophy as well as outstanding service to the profession by mentoring women in philosophy or by their contribution to feminist groups and/or projects.


Dr. Robert L. Wolf, Professor of Art in the Graduate School, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Institute for Expressive Analysis. He had previously been the Executive Director of IEA from 1994 - 1997. The Institute for Expressive Analysis is a psychoanalytic training institute specializing in the integration of creative, expressive forms of communication within the framework of psychoanalysis and psychoanalytically oriented psychotherapy. On January 27, 2010, he gave a case presentation for the National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis (NPAP) in the library of the association. The presentation was about a long term, unique psycho/expressive analytic treatment of a 67-year-old woman artist who suffers from schizophrenia. Through this case presentation, he demonstrated the therapeutic use of various forms of creative imagery, visual metaphors, and the creative processing of countertransference.


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