4/02 Jeanine Miller ('90) writes "After graduation, I worked in NY for the summer and then traveled to TN to enroll at Vanderbilt University. I specialized in clinical psychology with an emphasis in social psychology. I am glad to report that I earned the MA in 1993 and the Ph.D. in 1998. I was a Patricia Roberts Harris Fellow, and a Dorothy Danforth Comption Dissertation Fellow. Currently, I direct the psychology and counseling department at American Baptist College, which is located in Nashville, TN. July will mark the end of my second year." Interestingly, Jeanine never envisioned a career in academia!
4/02 Deanna Peace ('00) writes that she's living in LA and working for Lufthansa, which allows her to travel.
8/02 Robert Benjamin (''98) writes that he's now married to Lauren Mirsky ('98), who became a first-grade teacher in Manhattan after receiving a masters degree from Columbia Teacher's College. Rob is completing his law degree at St. John's Law, where he's focusing his attention on bankruptcy law. He's just published a major paper in the American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review (10 Am. Bankr. Inst. L Rev. 493).
9/02 Felicia Gould ('98) writes: After graduating in 1998, I worked as a research coordinator for the Neuropsychology Service in the Department of Neurology at Weill Medical College of Cornell University for one and a half years before entering into the doctoral program in clinical psychology (neuropsychology tract) at Finch University of Health Sciences/ The Chicago Medical School. I begin my third year this week. I am currently completing my masters thesis entitled "Characterizing Longitudinal Functional and Cognitive Changes Associated with Genetic Risk Factors and Gender in Alzheimer 's Disease Pathology" which uses PET imaging to examine relevant cognitive changes in AD and healthy aged adults. I am enjoying school and a living in the Chicago area. I look forward to returning to Skidmore this spring for my five year reunion.
10/02 Abe Francis-Fallon ('97) was the Instructional Technology Coordinator at Nazareth College in Rochester, NY. He's now Technology Coordinator for the Gananda Central School District in Gananda, New York. He loves working with the kids and is looking ahead to a career in Instructional Technology.
10/02 Andrea Bastiani Archibald ('93) has been busy! Here are some of her recent publications:
Graber, J. A.& Archibald, A. B. (2001). Psychosocial change at puberty and beyond: Understanding adolescent sexuality and sexual orientation. D'Augelli, Anthony R. & Patterson, Charlotte J. (Eds.). Lesbian, gay, and bisexual identities and youth: Psychological perspectives.(pp. 3-26).
Smith, L. D., Best, L. A., Stubbs, D.A., Archibald, A. B., & Roberson-Nay, R. (2002). Constructing knowledge: The role of graphs and tables in hard and soft psychology. American Psychologist, 57, 749-761.
Archibald, A. B., Linver, M. R., Graber, J. A., & Brooks-Gunn, J. (2002). Parent-adolescent relationships and girls' unhealthy eating: Testing reciprocal effects. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 12, 451-461.