International Studies News
This week’s featured senior in our “Countdown to Commencement” series is Adrienne Aldridge-Kiner, an International Studies and French major. She was nominated by Dr. Sebastien Lazardeux, Assistant Professor, of Political Science.
Ellery Terpening ’13, who completed his master’s degree in International Studies, recently published an article in the February 2015 issue of Proceedings Magazine
published by the U.S. Naval Institute.
This week’s featured senior in our “Countdown to Commencement” series is Wisconsin native Olivia Thomas. She was nominated by Kelly Powell, Residence Director.
Three members of the Class of 2014 moved on to their next chapter in life together by joining the Rochester Youth Year (RYY) Fellowship Program, an Americorps VISTA-sponsored program administered by the Rochester Regional Network. Loriane Ngarambe, Evan Burnett, and Megan Ryan are now Vistas working at community-based organizations.
On Thursday, February 20, St. John Fisher College will host the annual Joseph A. Trovato Lecture featuring Dr. Harry Murray, Chair of the Sociology and Anthropology Department at Nazareth College.
As part of its Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration on Monday, January 20, St. John Fisher College announced the 2013-2014 recipients of the Excellus BlueCross BlueShield Undergraduate Diversity Scholarship. Ms. Yesenia Garcia-Key, Community Engagement Coordinator, Excellus BlueCross BlueShield, presented Loriane Ngarambe ’14 and Tyana Velazquez ’15 $500 scholarships in recognition of their involvement in Fisher clubs and organizations whose programs reflect a strong commitment to diversity, equity, and social justice.
Dr. Fred Dotolo, Associate Professor of History, and Ethan Acey '12, a graduate student in the M.S. in International Studies program, served as presenters at the 63rd Annual Conference of the New York Association of European Historians. The conference took place at Nazareth College on October 5.
Even while they are studying abroad, St. John Fisher College students continue to accomplish great things. Liasor Dima ’13, currently studying Spanish through the Central College Abroad (CCA) program in Granada, Spain, was recently named a winner in a photography contest sponsored by Central College.
On Tuesday, October 4, International Studies graduate student Samantha Adams will present, "Identity Generation, Ethnic Conflict, and Conflict Resolution: The Case of North Ireland," her capstone paper following an independent study which involved research in Ireland and Northern Ireland.
International Studies graduate, Dyann Brown ´09, was recently invited to represent St. John Fisher College as a speaker/panelist at the International Studies Association’s Northeast Conference. Brown presented her graduate thesis at the conference, which was held in Baltimore, MD, November 6-10.