Kent McGowan, director, Financial Aid, presented “Professional Judgment in Financial Aid: Assisting Students Whose Lives Don’t Fit the Mold” at the High School Counselor Expo at the Buffalo Convention Center on November 6.
Karen O’Quin, associate dean, School of Natural and Social Sciences, participated on the panel “Associate/ Assistant Deans and Authority Outside the Decanal Office: Definitions, Models, and Means of Acquisition” at the annual meeting of CCAS (Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences) in Baltimore, Maryland, November 11–14. She served as a member of the CCAS Assistant/Associate Dean’s Committee during 2009.
Paul Reynolds, training team consultant, Computing and Technology Services, recently completed the requirements for the certification program in Computer Crimes Investigation offered by Medaille College.
Zhang Jie, professor, Sociology, and director, Center for China Studies, published his article “Sociology as a Science and Its Future” in Xinhua Digest 18: 159 (in Chinese).