Honors College Alumni - 1999
Sean P. Connolly
Graduate Student (PhD candidate) - Hello to my Honors College friends new and old! After Stony Brook, I began graduate school at Cornell in Comparative Literature, where I am still currently enrolled. Right now I am pursuing my dissertation research in Paris within the Paris university system, trying to counterbalance the desire to explore this great city with the exigency to work!
Database Manager (and part-time student) - After graduating, moved to Florida (for the sunshine!!) - I am currently working as a database manager for a local publishing company while pursuing my masters in Management Information Systems at the University of South Florida , as well as studying for my actuarial exams.
Carmelina Di Pietrantonio
Resource Manager - After graduating, I worked on Wall Street then moved into Information Technology. I am currently a Resource Manager for an I.T. consulting firm in Midtown. In May 2002, I obtained my MA in Social/Organizational Psychology from TC Columbia University.
Researcher - I have finished my studies at Cambridge (defending my PhD dissertation this December), and I am presently on my way towards landing a research job in the biotech/pharmacology industry. The highlights of my years since leaving Stony Brook include being immersed in the history and aura of studying at Cambridge while continue being able to mix science and athletics into my daily life (playing volleyball for Cambridge and in Yugoslavia was an eye-opener). That formula worked well when I was at Stony Brook, and it has served me well since then.
Student June 2003, received Masters Degree in Biostatistics from Harvard School of Public Health.
Resident in Psychiatry (PGY-1) I'm living in the city! I just started my psychiatry residency at Mount Sinai Hospital.
MIS Analyst Recently graduated with MBA in dual concentrations of Information Systems and E-Business and Management Consulting.
Lisa J. Puthuparampil
Medical Student - I will be getting married next year (2002). - I am currently at Upstate Medical University in my third year of Medical School.
Student - Training in the MD/PhD program.
Graduate Research Assistant - After graduation from Stony Brook in May 1999, I was accepted into a M.S. program at the University of Maryland where I studied Fisheries Science. I officially received my M.S. degree in May 2002. My Masters Thesis was entitled "Seasonal movement patterns, home ranges and habitat utilization of the brown bullhead, Ameiurus nebulosus, in the Anacostia River, Washington D.C." I am presently enrolled in a Ph.D. Fisheries program at Auburn University , Alabama . I am a Graduate Research Assistant in the Alabama Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. I am presently working on my dissertation proposal and have been studying the age and growth of striped bass and catfishes in the Tallapoosa River system.