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Class Notes Aimee M. Brunelle 7/14/2009  
Aimee Brunelle (1995) was presented with the Distinguished Adjunct Faculty Award at Jamestown Community College. She is the Head Athletic Trainer and an Adjunct Faculty member at JCC (Jamestown, NY).
See below:


JCC Faculty Honored
POSTED: July 17, 2009
Jamestown Community College President Gregory T. DeCinque presented awards to three adjunct faculty members at the close of the 2008-09 academic year.
The President's Award for Excellence for adjunct faculty went to Colette Haight. Michelle Buhite received the adjunct faculty and distinguished adjunct faculty awards while Aimee Brunelle received the distinguished adjunct faculty award.
Ms. Buhite, an adjunct music and communications faculty member, earned an associate's degree at JCC, bachelor's degree at the State University of New York at Binghamton, and bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees at Clayton College of Natural Health. She also served as JCC's director of collaborative learning.
Mrs. Haight, who joined JCC's Counseling and Career Development Center as a counselor in 1998, earned bachelor's and master's degrees at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. She is a former psychiatric clinician at St. Vincent Health Center.
Ms. Brunelle, an athletic trainer at JCC since 1999, also teaches physical education courses. She earned a bachelor's degree at Stony Brook University, a master's degree through Capella University and a post-master's certificate at California University of Pennsylvania. An American Red Cross instructor, Ms. Brunelle is a member of national, regional and state athletic training organizations. She has volunteered for the Chautauqua County Humane Society, Empire State Games and other organizations.
Class Notes Farid M. Qawasmeh 1/12/2014  
Dr Farid Qawasmeh will be very glad if Stony Brook offers him a chance to join the faculty of Business Adminstration for one sabbetical year.
In addition, we in Jadara Univrsity will be honored to sign an academic agreement with SB Univ in this field.
Please contact me at this email:
Fareed@jadara.edu.jo
Drfaridqawasmeh@yahoo.com
Class Notes Farid M. Qawasmeh 8/29/2007  
Farid Qawasmeh (2005) received a PHD in Business Administration from Amman Arab University, Jordan in October2005. "In addition to his BEng from Stony Brook in 1982, He got an MBA from Yarmouk Univ in Jordan. And, lately was awarded a PHD in Business Administration from Amman Arab Univ in Jordan, too.
He is currently A corporate strategy manager in Jordan Telecom Group which became lately "Orange".
Please contact him at his email below:
Fqawasmeh@jt.com.jo"
Thanks to all.
Class Notes Farid M. Qawasmeh 1/12/2014  
Farid Qawasmeh (2005) received a PHD in Business Administration from Amman Arab University, Jordan in October2005. "In addition to his BE in Electrical Engineering from Stony Brook in 1982, He got an MBA from Yarmouk Univ in Jordan. And, in 2005, he was awarded a PHD in Business Administration from Amman Arab Univ in Jordan, too.
In 2008 he retired from Jordan Telecom Group (Orange) after a long service of 25 years.
In 2008, he joined Jadara University as an assisstant professor in the faculty of business administartion. In 2014 he was promoted to an associate professor.

Please contact him at his email below:
Drfaridqawasmeh@yahoo.com
tel No. ++96227314555
Thanks to all.
Class Notes Stephen D. Rappaport 1/3/2014  
My new book "Digital Metrics Field Guide: Definitive Reference for Brands Using the Web, Social Media, Mobile Media or Email" comes out in late January, published by the Advertising Research Foundation. This book is written for those of us who need to understand what metrics are available, how they are defined and calculated, and want to learn what we know about them. The Field Guide covers 197 metrics, summarizes over 150 research studies and includes 12 essays from authorities who write about the futures for digital metrics, and my overview essay. One clear direction: as measurement includes more social information, we are learning much more about people. Metrics are not merely numbers, but reflections of what people are doing, saying and feeling. We are moving towards "humetrics" - understanding the humanity captured by measures, allowing us to gain more comprehensive and deeper insight into the people brands serve. For more information, to order, or talk with me about speaking or workshops, contact me at srappaport@thearf.org or srappaport26@gmail.com (preferred).
Class Notes Erin J. Mansfield 11/9/2013  
Since my January 2013 graduation I have embarked on a journalism career and am now being published in the second-largest newspaper in Vermont. Read my stuff at www.RutlandHerald.com and ErinMansfield.com.
Class Notes Eugene A. Schlanger 12/3/2013  
Mr. Schlanger's short essay about a recent celebration in NYC of the poetry of C. P. Cavafy that included a Nobel Laureate, actresses and writers:

http://www.kirkcenter.org/index.php/bookman/article/an-aesthetic-vision-on-west-43rd-street/

Class Notes Michael R. Dauenheimer 10/31/2013  
I-CON Returns!

Stony Brook's convention of science fiction, fact & fantasy was started by students in 1982 and has been growing popularity ever since.

Unfortunately, renovations taking place at the Sports Complex (a vital building needed as our Dealer's room) along with a host of related problems forced the postponement of I-CON in 2013 (first time in over 30 years).

Anyway, with everyone's help, we're planning a comeback! Check the websites below to see how you can help!

www.iconsf.org

https://www.indiegogo.com/project/preview/29ce4f27



Mike Dauenheimer '86
Alumni Coordinator
Class Notes Rebecca MacDonell-Yilmaz 8/28/2013  
I am starting my second year of pediatrics residency at Hasbro Children's Hospital/Brown University. I have always had a strong interest in writing and have started a blog to chronicle my experiences. It is called The Growth Curve: ruminations of a pediatrician in training, and can be found at: thegrowthc.wordpress.com
Class Notes Ralph K. Pedersen 7/19/2013  
In August 2013 I will be conducting the excavation of a shipwreck in Beirut. The site is tentatively dated to the 9th century BC based on pottery samples. Some of the pottery appears to have an origin in the southern Levant, if not in Egypt.
Additionally, in September my team and I will field our second survey of the Red Sea coast of Saudi Arabia. Find news about this at wedigboats.wordpress.com
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