Manhattanville Students, Staff and Faculty Present at Regional Conference

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Manhattanville Students, Staff and Faculty Present at Regional Conference

April 4, 2017 • Anonymous

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A team from Manhattanville College participated in the 2017 NY Regional ePortfolio Conference, “Re-Bundling Higher Education: High-Impact Eportfolio Practice and the New Digital Ecosystem,” at Guttman Community College in New York City.

Students Jacqueline Kerner ’17 and Nancy Herrera ’19 participated in the Student ePortfolio Showcase.

Students Djenabou Diallo '20 and Noah Stockslader ‘20 presented “Advising Squared: ePortfolios and Multiple Touch Points” with Holly Avella of academic advising and Jim Frank of the communications and media department.

Alison Carson, professor of psychology; Christine Dehne, professor of communications and media; Lyn Leis, associate director of the Center for Career Development; Kyoko Mona, professor of economics, management and finance; and Wil Tyrrell, director of the Duchesne Center; presented “Finding Our Way: Lessons from Rolling Out a New Portfolio Program” and “Germinating Seeds to Encourage Deep Roots: The ATLAS Program @ Mville.”

Please click here to view more photos from the conference.

Pictured Above: Jacqueline Kerner (left) and Nancy Herrera.

School of Arts and Sciences

Communication & MediaAcademic AdvisingATLASDepartment of Economics Finance and ManagementSister Mary T. ClarkPsychologyCenter for Career Development