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Christina Vargas

HEA 521 Instructor Wins Award from the Suffolk County Human Rights Commission 
On Wednesday, May 17 at the 2017 Human Rights Awards Dinner, Christina Vargas will be honored as the recipient of the Lawrence Timpa Memorial Award for Professional Service.  This award is given to honor an individual who, in his/her professional life, has responded to violations of human rights and/or has sought to change institutional structures that have restricted full participation by all people.  Congratulations Professor Vargas!

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HEA Program Named One of the Best Online Master's in Education Programs
Stony Brook University's HEA program was named one of the Best Master's in Educational Administration Programs for 2017 by TheBestSchools.org
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Justine Finch Beringer and Greg Woody

Justine Finch Beringer and Greg Woody Receive SUNYCON Fellowships 
The HEA students participated in this year's conference, the theme of which was "Degrees of Influence: The Forces Shaping the Future of Higher Education." They discuss their experiences in this article (with a video) in SBU HappeningsRead the article »

Nicole Levy

Nicole Levy '15 Presented at 6th Annual Careers in Higher Education Conference on building a SMART Goal
Nicole Levy's presentation focused on creating a SMART Goal, specifically as it pertains to career planning.  She takes you through several different steps in order to create a career goal.  View Recording »

Obed Figueroa

Obed Figueroa '14 Published in the Poughkeepsie Journal
HEA alumnus Obed Figueroa '14 has published an article in the Poughkeepsie Journal  in which he discusses myths about slavery that still need to be dispelled.  As the Diversity and Inclusion Specialist for the American Institute of Graphic Arts, Obed was inspired to write this article after visiting the African Burial Grounds museum. He says, "The experience was so enlightening it prompted me to conduct further research to understand what Africans experienced dating back to the 17th century. My findings help to explain the origins of racism that began with established laws created on the lands that would become New York State." Read the article »

CHE conference

Fourth Annual Careers in Higher Education Conference
Rick Gatteau and Samantha Lodato are among the organizers for the Careers in Higher Education Conference for students and emerging professionals. The free event will take place on the Stony Brook campus on Friday, November 7, 2014. Details »

 

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