August 2004

Submissions can be sent to Kim Iapalucci at, ext. 8082,
or by interoffice mail to room M1-24.

Faculty and Staff on the Move


Ellen Fernberger, deputy director of human resources, is a contributing author to a recently published textbook, Managing Pharmacy Practice: Principles, Strategies and Systems. She wrote two chapters: Employees Recruitment, Retention and Compensation and Employee Coaching, Evaluation and Discipline.

Karen Bojar, professor of English, participated in a roundtable discussion, "Challenges Faced by Women's Studies Programs Serving High Needs Students," at the National Women's Studies Association Conference in Milwaukee on June 17.

Bojar also made a presentation titled "The History of Working Women in America" at the 2004 Leaders in Action National Child Care Workers Conference on June 24 at LaSalle University.

David Floyd, adjunct instructor of English, taught a graduate seminar, "Studies in Poetry: Nick Virgilio, American Haiku and Formal Unity," at Rutgers University - Camden. He is also teaching "Studies in Romanticism" at Temple University in the fall.

Additionally, his manuscript, The Sudden Architecture of the Dark, was a finalist for the 2004 Tampa Review prize for poetry.

His poems and essays have recently appeared or will appear in American Poetry Review, Puerto del Sol and Xconnect.

The Human Resources Office informs the College family that representatives from Independence Blue Cross, Delta Dental, United Concordia, TIAA-CREF and Fidelity will be available to discuss their programs on Monday, August 30 from noon until 3:00 p.m. in room BG 16, A & B.

The deadline for changes to medical, dental or retirement plans is Wednesday, Sept. 15 at 5:00 p.m.