Faculty Scholarship - Larry L. Luing School of Business
Anthony Avallone presented “Cultural Immersion – Then Reversion: The Experience of Expatriates in Ukraine” at the Third Annual American Business Research Conference at Adelphi University.
Manny Correa presented “The Keys to On-line Retention: Expectation and Communication” at the Hispanic Educational Technology Services (HETS) Second Best Practices Showcase in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Joseph Scuralli presented a program on February 7, 2013 entitled “Purchasing: Negotiation and Strategies” for the North Jersey Chapter of the International Association of Administrative Professionals. The entire range of the purchasing process from need identification to post purchase evaluation was discussed in detail and key strategies for the Administrative Professional were highlighted.
Faculty Scholarship - School of Liberal Arts
Mary Jane Clerkin presented a track presentation at the EDUCAUSE MidAtlantic Conference on January 17, 2013 on the use of the Online Course Resource in her Online Public Speaking course. She also presented a workshop on “The New Interactive Embedded Course Resource” at the 2012 United States Distance Learning Association National Conference in St. Louis, MO. In addition, Dr. Clerkin served as Co-Chair of the Virtual Classroom Program Committee at the conference.
Barbara Harper presented a workshop "We Care Adult Care, Inc" in Middletown, NJ on the topic, "Life Improvement Home Technology," reviewing the strategies to help senior citizens remain independent and safe in their homes through the use of assistive technologies.
Barbara Harper gave a lecture/demonstration to nursing students from Monmouth University on the use of technology for care giving.
Marilyn Kulik presented a workshop titled “Virtual Global Citizenship: Integrating Academic Service-Learning in an Online Anthropology Course” at the HETS Second Best Practices Showcase held in San Juan, Puerto Rico. In addition, Dr. Kulik and Loren Kleinman, Instructional Designer, co-presented a workshop titled “Creating Online Learning Spaces through Peer-to-Peer Blogging” at the NJEDge.Net Best Practices Showcase at William Paterson University. To hear the presentation, click here.
Dr. Kulik also presented showcase “Virtual Global Citizenship: Integrating Academic Service-Learning in an Online Anthropology Course” at the Hispanic Educational Technology Services Consortium Best Practices Showcase Conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
John LaValle presented “A Personal Account of Gay Adoption” at the Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Adoption conference held in Hollywood, FL, and sponsored by the Southeast Florida Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology.
Roseann Torsiello presented a webinar titled “Integrating Discussion Boards to Engage Adult Learners and Promote Collaboration.” The webinar was hosted by the Berkeley College Online Faculty Support Team.
Faculty Scholarship - School of Professional Studies
Rosalyn Akalonu is the author of “Parden” (GEDA Publications, 2012), a biography of Noah Parden, one of the first African-American attorneys to argue a case before the United States Supreme Court. For more information, click here.
Barbara Cohen presented a poster session on the “Creation of an Education Program to inform healthcare providers of ethical and legal obligations and options in cases of medical repatriation of undocumented immigrants.” In addition, Ms. Cohen delivered an address on “International Ramifications of Medical Repatriation” via video conference at the 2nd Annual Medico-Legal Conference in Bologna, Italy.