Jeff Van Lone, director of counseling services, was quoted in a March 20 article in the New Haven Register pertaining to mental health care at area universities. Jeff talked about how most Southern students who seek to talk to a counselor are usually able to do so that same day.
Cristal Guevara, a Southern student and a New Haven Promise scholar, was quoted in a New Haven Registerstory that ran on March 19. She was one of several college students who talked to students at John Daniels High School in New Haven about the program. A photo that included Cristal accompanied the story.
The Stamford Advocate ran a story in its March 19 edition about Southern’s efforts to train teachers in how to teach students who are English Language Learners. The story focused on one such class that was given to educators in the Stamford school district. The story included Marisa Ferraro, Training All Teachers program manager, and Lorrie Verplaetse, Training All Teachers project director.
Misty Ginicola, associate professor of counseling and school psychology, was interviewed on two TV stations about the use of coloring books as a form of stress/anxiety therapy for adults.
Channel 8 aired an interview on March 16 during its 5 p.m. newscast.
Channel 61 interviewed Misty at its studios on March 17 during the station’s 9 a.m. newscast. The segment lasted for 5 minutes.
Chris Piscitelli, assistant dean of students and director of student conduct, and Junior Larson, a freshman at Southern, were quoted in a March 15 article in the New Haven Register about the bill that would require “affirmative consent” by students before engaging in sexual activity at all Connecticut colleges and universities.
The Hartford Courant ran a story on March 14 that included a mention of Southern’s bioscience pathway partnership with the city of New Haven. Christine Broadbridge, director of STEM initiatives, and biology student Bryan Pasqualucci were quoted in the story, which focused on these types of cooperative ventures between colleges/universities and the bioscience industry throughout Connecticut.
A photo of Southern alumnus Raphael Massie, associate director of the Elm Shakespeare Company, appeared in the March 14 edition of the New Haven Register. The photo was taken during a ceremony earlier this month to mark the partnership between Southern and Elm. Elm will officially be “in residence” at Southern.
Southern’s hosting of the mobile food pantry twice a month was highlighted in a story March 13 on Page 1 of the New Haven Register. The story, which included the headline, “SCSU addresses student hunger,” included an extensive interview with Michelle Johnston, director of alumni relations. Also included were comments from Stephen Monroe Tomczak, assistant professor of social work, and Corey Evans, a student who is chairman of the SCSU Service Commission.
Misty Ginicola, associate professor of counseling and school psychology, was featured as the Page 1 centerpiece story on March 12. She teaches students about the use of coloring books as a form of anti-anxiety, anti-stress therapy. She also uses the books for clients in her private practice. In addition to the story, a color photo of Misty was included as part of the package.
Frank Harris, professor of journalism, was interviewed March 10 on WNPR’s “Where We Live” show about his research on the history of the n-word. The project culminated in a film he produced that explores the history and modern day usage of the n-word, as well as dispelled some myths associated with it.
The Post-Chronicle — a weekly newspaper covering Hamden, North Haven and Wallingford — included a mention of Southern’s R.E.A.D.S. program in the March 8 paper. Southern’s Psychology Department faculty and research students work with young elementary school students in Hamden (and Stratford) to bolster their reading comprehension. The story focused on a Hamden business owner providing books to the children and her partnership with several organizations, including Southern.
Business New Haven published an extensive three-part series on Southern’s new science building during the last several months, concluding with the March edition.The following links showcase three aspects of the building:
New Haven Register photographer Peter Hvizdak published an online photo essay on March 8 to complement a lead sports page photograph of the Connecticut Spokebenders wheelchair basketball team playing with students from Southern at Pelz Gymnasium Tuesday night.
Tess Marchant-Shapiro, associate professor of political science, was a source for analysis of theSuper Tuesday contests.
Tess was quoted March 1 in a front page story in the Stamford Advocate, which also appeared in the Advocate’s sister Hearst Newspapers (Connecticut Post, Greenwich Time) about the timing of the April 26 Connecticut primaries.
On March 2, she also appeared on the morning news show of Channel 61 to talk about the results of Super Tuesday.