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Illuminating Emergency Nurses’ Perceptions of Stigma, Attribution, and Caring Behaviors Toward People With Mental Illness Through the Lens of Individualized Care: A Cross-sectional Study

October 28, 2022

Journal of Emergency Nursing

Dr. Jennifer McIntosh, adjunct assistant professor of nursing, has published the findings of her doctoral dissertation research titled “Illuminating Emergency Nurses’ Perceptions of Stigma, Attribution, and Caring Behaviors Towards People with Mental Illness Through the Lens of Individualized Care: A Cross-Sectional Study” in the Journal of Emergency Nursing.

Crain's Notable 2022 HR Leaders

October 20, 2022

Crain's New York

Michael Katzab, a student in the CUNY SPS MA in Psychology program, has been named a Notable 2022 HR Leader by Crain's New York. The magazine highlighted his achievements in a special editorial feature that profiles top HR leaders who have demonstrated the ability or power to affect change. Katzab, who is currently the chief human resources officer at NYC Health + Hospitals, was nominated by his employer.

Psychological Secrets for Emotional Success

October 14, 2022

Doctor Kelly

Dr. Kelly Rabenstein, a licensed psychologist and adjunct faculty member in the CUNY SPS psychology program, has published her first book "Psychological Secrets for Emotional Success (It's All About Love)". The book is filled with the lessons Dr. Rabenstein has gathered to help build better connections at home and at work.

BRESI Grant Awardees

October 14, 2022

Black, Race and Ethnic Studies Initiative (BRESI)

Youth studies associate professor Dr. Regina Bernard-Carreño has been awarded the CUNY BRESI (Black, Race and Ethnic Studies Initiative) grant. Dr. Bernard-Carreño's proposal, The Podcast & Anthology Project, will bring awareness to difficult conversations of racism and social injustice(s) across the US and the world. The project will bring together experts in the field with members of the public to talk in an open, safe environment about these issues while offering a creative space to reflect upon these conversations.

Discussing Identity, Equity, and Authenticity at Camp

September 30, 2022

Camping Magazine

Lance Ozier, EdD, an adjunct professor in the youth studies program, published an article in American Camp Association's publication Camping Magazine entitled, "Discussing Identity, Equity, and Authenticity at Camp." The article provides skills for developing more equitable communities where staff and campers feel included in spaces where they want to belong.