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Campus Safety Officer Michael Kocsis received the Robert Bunker Award for Outstanding Performance at the annual Northeast Colleges and Universities Security Association (NECUSA) awards banquet on June 30 in Saratoga Springs, NY. Officer Kocsis was nominated by Campus Safety Director Amanda Warman for successfully performing CPR on an individual on March 29. Officer Gregory Williams received a certificate of honorable mention for finding and aiding a student who had fallen out of a window at an off campus house in the early morning hours of August 28, 2009.

Emily Porschitz, Management, presented “Freedom, Flexibility, or Frustration? A Comparative Analysis of New Careers,” co-authored with Sinead G. Ruane, at the Eastern Academy of Management Annual Conference, Portland, ME, May 15, 2010. This paper makes a case for labor process theory as an alternative to the psychological theoretical frameworks typically used in careers research. She also presented “‘Text-ing’ Young Workers: Using Institutional Ethnography in Careers Research” at the Qualitative Research in Management and Organization Conference in Albuquerque, NM, April 8, 2010. In this presentation she discussed the methodology of institutional ethnography and demonstrated how she used it in her dissertation research.

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