In the News – June 2014

In the News – June 2014

*Armen Marsoobian, chairman of the Philosophy Department, was interviewed on June 28 for an article in Today’s Zaman, a Turkish newspaper, about the Armenian Genocide and the current relationship between Armenians and Turks.

*The New Haven Register ran a feature story June 18 about student Jessica Coppola, who was about to travel to Haiti as part of a charitable group called “SOUND for Haiti.” Jessica, who is studying liberal arts, had traveled to Haiti twice before. She and the others in the group entertained young, poor Haitian children with their musical talents. They also teach them music, play games with them and provide assistance.

*The Hartford Business Journal ran a story June 17 that mentioned Southern as a recipient of an award frm the Hartford-based Power of Change organization, which recognizes agencies for projects that are energy efficiency.

*The Stratford Star, a weekly newspaper, ran a June 11 article on how Psychology Departmentfaculty and students are assisting St. James School in Stratford with identifying and helping grade K-2 students who have difficulty reading. Deborah Carroll, professor of psychology, andCheryl Durwin, assistant chairwoman of the Psychology Department, are coordinating the effort, which will be funded during the 2014-15 school year with a CSU grant. The program includes student interns who work with the young children at St. James School, as well as at Helen Street School in Hamden.

The New Haven Register also ran a story in its June 2 edition.

*Jon Bloch, professor of sociology, was quoted in a June 9 story in The Washington Timesabout a survey that examined religious and marriage infidelity.

*Harbor News, a weekly newspaper affilated with the New London Day and that covers Westbrook, ran a June 4 story about Angela Uihlein, who recently earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing. The story talks about how Angela battled and overcame childhood leukemia.