section written and compiled by the Office of Public Affairs)
March 03- September 03 (Professors
listed by last name using links below)
and Yula Serpanos
(Education;Audiology) published the article, Inner Ear Palaeopathological
Manifestations, Causative Agents, and Implications Affecting
the Proto-Neolithic Homo sapiens Population of Shanidar Cave,
Iraq. Dr. Agelarakis also presented the paper, Three
Millennia Later Their Story Deciphered by Their Cremated Osseous
Record: The Case of Geometric Eleutherna and is working
on research at the site of the Pythagoreion in Greece that
has initiated a new-anthropological project.
Cooper Altman (Social Work)
and Gertrude Goldberg
(Social Work) were principal investigators
for a study on The Quality of Life of Former Public Welfare
Recipients in Dutchess County, NY. Their results were presented
to leaders of the Dutchess County Legislature in Poughkeepsie.
Dr. Altman also published Social Motherhood Revisited
in the most recent issue of Affilia. In collaboration with St.Christopher-Ottilie
Services for Children and Families, Dr. Altman is in the final
year of funding from the New York Community Trust.
Ashley (Administrative Science)
published his article The Impact of Leadership Characteristics
on Corporate Performance (with J. Patel) in the spring 2003
issue of the International Journal of Value-Based Management.
Augustyn (Dance) has
been asked to serve on the New York Council of the Arts Dance
Panel for 2003- 2004. His book, Footnotes: Dancing the World's
Best Loved Ballets, is a finalist for the 2003 Hackmatack Children's
Choice Book Award, which promotes reading of quality