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HONOR SOCIETY FOR INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARS

COLLEGE OF STATEN ISLAND The City University of New York

2011 Induction Ceremony Phi Beta Delta Eta Lambda Chapter

Wednesday, May 4, 2011 5:30pm Center for the Arts Recital Hall


about Phi Beta DELTA Phi Beta Delta, founded at California State University, Long Beach in 1986, was established as an organization in 1987 with 38 chartered chapters, many of which had existed for a considerable time previously at the local level. It is the first honor society dedicated to recognizing scholarly achievement in international education. As of December f 2004, 168 chapters have been chartered. Phi Beta Delta traces its background to the 18th-century founding of Phi Beta Kappa. In the 19th century, Greek fraternities divided into the social, professional, and academic Greeks. Phi Beta Delta is an academic and professional society, unique because it is resolutely interdisciplinary and international. Its formal organization brought together numerous pre-existing internally oriented campus groups. Its goals are: • to recognize the scholarly achievement of international students and scholars, who have studied abroad, and faculty and staff who are involved in international activities; • to serve as a vehicle for the development of academic-based international programming; • to provide a network on each campus of faculty, staff, and students involved in international endeavors; and • to extend this network to thousands of members in chapters throughout the world. The Greek letters in Phi Beta Delta stand for the following: • Phi (philomatheia) - love of knowledge; • Beta (biotremmonia) - valuing of human life; and • Delta (diapheren) - achieving excellence. The colors chosen for the honor society were red and gold. Red symbolizes the strength and diversity of humankind and gold is a symbol for the sun from which all people and cultures draw strength and life. The Crest of the Society was designed with a globe, a torch, the sun, a book, and a shield. The globe represents the international perspective of the Society's members. The torch symbolizes the leadership and influence of the Society. The sun stands for the energy from which all cultures draw strength. The book symbolizes the coining and sharing of knowledge. The shield represents the preservation of academic freedom. The Society's motto–"Scientia Mutua Mundi" (World's Shared Knowledge)–is inscribed at the base of the crest.

Source: www.phibetadelta.org/index.php/about.pdb.html; edited for publication.


PROGRAM WELCOME Ann Lubrano Interim Associate Provost for Undergraduate Studies and Academic Programs GREETINGS Tomรกs D. Morales, PhD President, College of Staten Island CHAPTER FOUNDATION Francisco Soto Professor, Spanish and Latin American Literature Ann Helm Executive Director, Center for International Service STUDENT SPEAKER Stephanie Curtis KEYNOTE SPEAKER David Traboulay Professor of History and Coordinator, MA in Liberal Studies Program THE INDUCTION STATEMENT AND ITS MEANING William J. Fritz Provost/Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Member Phi Beta Delta, Alpha Lambda Chapter INDUCTION OF SCHOLARS

Please join us for a reception in the East Mezzanine immediately following the ceremony. New inductees will participate in a brief business meeting prior to joining the reception festivities. We would like to thank the musicians who graciously gave of their time and talent.


Statement of Induction I, William J. Fritz, in my capacity as the Provost/Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs of the College of Staten Island of The City University of New York, hereby install you as founding members with full privileges in the ambitions and aspirations of Phi Beta Delta, the Honor Society for International Scholars. I confirm your membership based on the affirmation of your interest in the initiatives and conduct of international scholarship locally and nationally, and on the basis of the confidence invested in you by the governing board of the Eta Lambda Chapter at the College of Staten Island in their certification that you qualify for membership under the established criteria of the Society.


INDUCTEES


ADMINISTRATION TomĂĄs D. Morales President

Michael E. Kress

Roberta Klibaner Lecturer, Computer Science

Catherine J. Lavender Associate Professor, History

Vice President for Technology Systems and Professor of Computer Science

Chao Li

Susan L. Holak

Margaret Lunney

Associate Provost for Institutional Effectiveness and Professor of Marketing

Professor, Nursing

Ann Lubrano

Associate Professor, Modern Languages

Interim Associate Provost for Undergraduate Studies and Academic Programs

Laura S. Nowak

Assistant Professor, Modern Languages

Jane E. Marcus-Delgado

Professor, Business

Mary Beth Reilly Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management

FACULTY

Anderson A. Ohan Assistant Professor, Engineering Science and Physics

Ralf M. Peetz Associate Professor, Chemistry

Alan I. Benimoff

Kathleen M. Pesile

Lecturer, Engineering Science and Physics

Adjunct Lecturer, Business

Margaret E. BĂŠrci

Mark Aaron Polger

Associate Professor, Education

Assistant Professor, Library

William W. Bernhardt

Deborah E. Popper

Associate Professor, English Associate Professor, Computer Science

Director, Macaulay Honors College Professor, Political Science, Economics, and Philosophy

Serigne Diouck

Beatrix R. Reinhardt

Adjunct Lecturer, Business

Associate Professor, Performing and Creative Arts

Emile C. Chi

Myra H. Hauben Assistant Professor, Chemistry

Francisco Soto Professor, Modern Languages

Calvin B. Holder Professor, History

Susan Sullivan Associate Professor, Education

Wilma L. Jones Professor, Library and Chief Librarian

Nan M. Sussman Associate Professor, Psychology


Cindy H.-Y. Wong

Meagan C. Derbyshire

Associate Professor, Media Culture

Biolchemistry, French

Judy Xiao

Matthew C. Greger

Assistant Professor, Library

Political Science

Ying Zhu

Martin L. Hanna

Professor, Media Culture

Computer Science

Alan S. Zimmerman

Eliza A. Jarzabek

Professor, Business

Psychology

Brian M. Kateman STUDENTS

Biology

Ayako Aizu

Christina L. Landolfi

Business

History, Education

Ali Alaskari

Gennaro J. Liguori

International Business

Finance, International Business

Beste Atvur

Yana Loginova

Cinema and Media Studies

Business

Daniel J. Blois

Quimei Luo

International Business

Communications

Diego F. Buenaventura

Mira Makhmutova

Neuroscience

International Studies

Jenna M. Calderon

Alyssa M. Merola

Music

Childhood Education

Franc Camps-Febrer

Dona Wasana Navinna Kottage

Neuroscience

Nursing

Isabella Cardona

Ilona Rabinovich

Political Science, International Studies

Biology

Victoria C. Cooper

Paskualine Rrotani

English Literature, Spanish

International Business, Italian (minor)

Frank J. Cretella

Waleska B. Salgado

History

Psychology

Stephanie M. Curtis

Kristyn M. Settineri

History, Political Science (minor)

Early Childhood Education


Larisa Shumilova

Ann Helm

Nursing

Executive Director, Center for International Service

Hyuk Ho Song Computer Science

Robert K. Kee

Annalisa Susca

Coordinator of Student Leadership Development, Student Life

Italian Studies

Masaru Takaki

Nina Morgenlander

Economics

Interim Foreign Student Adviser, Center for International Service

Christina C. Vassilakis

Joanne A. Riggio

English Literature

Olga Verbitskaia-Torres

Coordinator, English Language Institute, Center for International Service

Medical Technology

Deborah Stengle

Matthew R. Young Communications, Design and Digital Media

Study Abroad Adviser, Center for International Service

Liza Zusman

Christopher S. Tingue

Cinema Studies

Coordinator of Education Abroad, Center for International Service

STAFF

Caryl Watkins Director, Career and Scholarship Center

Winnie W. Brophy Special Programs Assistant, Center for International Service

ALUMNI

Barbara A. Clark

Georges Bouobda-Tsemo

Deputy Director, Center for International Service

BS, January 2011, Chemistry/Mathematics

Russell J. Davis

Crystal Deosaran BS, June 2004, Business

CUNY China Programs Coordinator and Study Abroad Advisor, Center for International Service

Anna-Kaye P. Dunn

Lisa French

Debra A. Santulli-Barone

Honors Adviser, Macaulay Honors College

BS, January 2007, Corporate Communications

Satoko Fukai

Vishal Shah

Study Abroad Adviser, Center for International Service

BS,June 2008, International Business and Finance

Hernan A. Green Assistant Registrar

BS, January 2011, Nursing


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