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World of Wonder in Science seminar, February announcement

Be sure to join us for Dr. Jess Cuculick’s World of Wonder in Science seminar this February! It will be on Wednesday, February 15th from 9-10:30 AM in SDC-1310. Here is the description from the poster which can be found with a brief image description, below: Dr. Jess Cuculick, ’98, ’02 is an associate professor of the Department of Liberal Studies at the college of NTID. Dr. Cuculick coordinates the Applied Liberal Arts Associate degree program and is the Professional Development Director for the Rochester Bridges to the Doctorate program (www.deafscientists.com) which is housed in the NTID’s Center on Cognition and Language (NCCL). She is also the co-director for the Deaf health literacy project. In the past, Dr. Cuculick has been involved with community-based participatory research (CBPR) with the National Center for Deaf Health Research (NCDHR) at the University of Rochester, such as breast feeding and cardiovascular health perspectives in the Deaf community. February 2017 Image description: Bridges logo, followed by event announcement. A picture of Dr. Cuculick is to the left of the above event description, followed by the title “Off the Beaten Path: Dr. Cuculick’s Academic Journey” and the date and location...

University News covers Bridges

Bridges’ Program Director Dr. Peter Hauser and RIT/Bridges alumni Jessica Contreras and Lorne Farovitch were interviewed for RIT’s University News. Check out the article for a link to RIT’s University News story.

World of Wonder in Science seminar

Our next World of Wonder in Science seminar is 11/17 from 12-1:30 in SDC-1310, featuring Dr. Robert Pollard! Also check the post for our last presentation by Dr. Wyatte Hall.

ABRCMS 2016

Our trip to ABRCMS 2016, check back for vlogs about the Scholars’ experiences!

Lorne’s Thesis Defense

This morning, Bridges Scholar Lorne Farovitch successfully defended his thesis for his Master’s degree! The research he used for his thesis was on the impact of pathogens in samples of water found in the Western New York area. A big congratulations to...