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April 2013 Showcase

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First Year Experience - WRT 102, LDS 101 and 102, Involvement, About Me 

 

View her ePortfolio here.

Nicole Gartner

 

"She always said the word 'no' was not in her vocabulary... except for that sentence." 

 

Vicky Qian

 

"I'm Jingwen Qian, a seawolf coming far away from China to start a new adventure and explore her own future in SBU, United States. I prefer being called Vicky. I believe that everybody is unique, possesses their own personalities and talents as well."

 

View her ePortfolio here.

 

Daniel Gibbons

 

 "A hundred years from now,if my ravenous desire to change the world hasn't made a difference in someone's life, then I haven't fulfilled my dreams."

 

View his ePortfolio here

 Business

Ryan Earle N. Ong

 

"I am currently a junior in Stony Brook University and I plan to take business. As a  student in a highly competitive environment, I am looking forward to learn all the things that I should know in order to become a successful businessman."

View his ePortfolio here.

 

 

View her ePortfolio here

Crystal Ling 

 

Crystal Ling is in the Business Honors program, as a Business Management major specializing in Marketing and minoring in Leadership Development and Digital Arts. She uses her ePortfolio for her WRT 102 course and to reflect on her business courses. 

 

"My ultimate goal for the future is to become an editorial stylist for a fashion and beauty magazine."

 

 

 

Todd Lachford

 

Todd Latchford has used his ePortfolio for  various writing courses, BUS 111, his resume, and trips he has taken. 

 

View his ePortfolio here.

 

Leadership

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Yi Wan Wu

 

"I am a sophomore in Stony Brook University. I am a Health Science major and a pre-Med student. I am also minoring in Leadership Development. I like to smile; therefore, I smile constantly. I am an optimistic girl and I do not like to give up. Every time I decide to do something, I put a lot of effort in it. Although sometimes I do not finish my projects, I enjoy the process of learning and finding results. I want to be a pediatrician and work in different regions around the world."

Erik. J. Hoerner

 

"I have always had a very strong work ethic; it is something that has been instilled in me from the time I was very young working in my family’s business. I now attend Stony Brook University studying business management while working 25 hours a week. It is challenging, however, I feel that if I succeed it will only make me that much stronger.  I have been playing soccer since I was 4 years old. It wasn’t until 5 years ago I began refereeing and it has really been a dream job for me. I plan to take over my family business when I finish my education, and that is what drives me to succeed in everything that I do."

 

View his ePortfolio here

 

View his ePortfolio here

Tommy Ho

 

"I plan on updating my Leadership ePortfolio with further academic work and accomplishments. Every time I complete a big project or paper for class, I will update my ePortfolio with it. The ePortfolio will serve as a compilation of of all my achievements. It will allow me to have a clear view of my college career all on one website. I can see what I did back in freshman year, compare and contrast it to my work as a senior, and see how far I have come. It will allow me to see how I have developed as a student and as a leader."

Elizabeth Zelen

 

I absolutely love to travel. Having the opportunity to temporarily be apart of another culture is one of the greatest educational opportunities one could have. When I have free time, I usually enjoy doing something creative. Whether I'm drawing, taking photos, or baking-- you can almost always find me in the kitchen. Regardless of the activity, being able to create something with your two hands that people can enjoy is one of the most gratifying experiences.

View her ePortfolio here.

View her ePortfolio here.

Alison Fox

 

 

"My goal is to one day attend medical school and go on to be Surgeon General of the United States. I am known for charisma and social skills that have allowed me to acquire fundamental public speaking skills; which I love to exercise! My family and friends always misconstrued my sense of righteousness, ability to lead, ambition, and drive as characteristics of a lawyer or businesswoman...However, I surprise everyone when I say I want to pursue a career in the health professions."

 

Engineering Sciences

 

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Emma Tobias


"I love listening to new music and attending underground concerts for bands that no one has heard of before. I also play tennis and help coach over the summer with the City of Reading tennis program. On campus, I am president of Cardozo Hall Council, treasurer for Rotaract Club, work on campus for Student Activities, and am an active member in other clubs and organizations."

Larry Nembhard

 

Larry Nembhard has utilized his ePortfolio to display his work from his courses in Engineering Science. 

 

 

View his ePortfolio here

 

View her ePortfolio here

Angela M. Horstman

 "As a female looking into an engineering field, I was always looked upon as weird by my non engineering female friends. They were sticking to traditional female jobs like teaching and labeled me as odd for having the passion for math and science that I do. But that never bothered me because if I had let it then I would have missed out on the life that I wanted to create for myself."

 

 

 

Tom Orvis

 

Tom Orvis is an Engineering Science major specializing in Ecological Engineering. 

 

"I chose to pursue engineering because I got tired of trying to evoke positive change through social action. I want my actions to improve the quality of life for everyone."

 

View his ePortfolio here

 

 

View his ePortfolio here.

Asaf Harari

 

"I was born in Israel and spent six years of my life living there. Working in my grandparent’s farm and driving around in my uncle’s tractor inspired my young mind to ask questions. Why things are the way they are? Why is this tractor so slow and why then can it pull so many avocados? And what makes up this machine? These questions and experiences sparked a thirst for knowledge within me and shifted me in the direction of science."

 

Alia Rafiq

 

"I’m an avid reader. I love playing tennis as much as I love drinking coffee, which is to say, a lot. I'm a big fan of the outdoors; why stay inside when it's beautiful out?"

View her ePortfolio here

 

View her ePortfolio here.

Isabelle Cortes  

 

"I have dual citizenship; I’m both an American and French citizen.  I enjoy traveling and am very grateful for the experiences I have had thus far and hope to continue to be able to have more in the future.  As a native Long Islander I also enjoy going to the beach any chance I have, as well as spending any time outdoors."

 

 

Rebecca Nolan

 

"My life goal is simple - I want to help people.  I am currently working toward a degree in Engineering Science at Stony Brook University in Long Island.  I hope that, through this education, I will have the means to help people, worldwide. "

 

 

View her ePortfolio here.

Technological Systems Management

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Inwook Gwak

 

"I'm currently a sophomore and majoring in Economics and Technological Systems Management, but I'll probably change that to business. I am interested in finance and investment. Especially, I am interested in the stock market so I want to be a fund manager or investor in the future."

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jenna Cerbone

 

“If you knew me, you would say that I always have a smile on my face.  I love joking around with my friends and making them laugh. I’ve been a dancer for 16 years and I know that I’ll be dancing until I’m old and cannot walk anymore.”

Visit her ePortfolio here.

 

Undergraduate Experience

 

Allison Zelnick

 

"I have been a student athlete my entire life, being extremely involved in competitive swimming. Swimming has helped develop my drive to succeed, and my dedication to commitments I have made, which has always been one of my greatest traits noticed  by others within my community."

 View her ePortfolio here.   

View her ePortfolio here.

Christine Publik

 

Christine Publik is a Health Sciences major on the Pre-Physical Therapy track and a Music minor. She has used her ePortfolio for her LDS course during her first semester at Stony Brook.

 

"My Interests in Five Lines: Jackie Kennedy/Poetry/F. Scott Fitzgerald/Robert Frost/Sunflowers"

 

 

Nadia Pavlishyn

 

"A leader has the ability to create change and that is something that I identified in my mission statement.  By being a leader, I can be a contributing member in society, help others to succeed, and in that way do my best to be a good person.  A leader impacts people in a positive and that is definitely something that I would like to do"

View her ePortfolio here

 

View her ePortfolio here.

Nicole Pasquino

 

Nicole Pasquino is an Engineering Science major specializing in Environmental Engineering. She began using her portfolio for her LDS 101, ESG 100, and WRT 102 courses.

 

"Five Facts about me: 1. I am from New Jersey. 2. I enjoy making Art. 3. I love to travel. 4. My favorite season is autumn. 5. I am passionate about helping others."

Eric Leung

 

"I always had massive collection of photos I've taken with a few cameras, it sits inside a folder at home; at the same time I did not have to heart to delete any of them as they all immortalized a moment in time. No matter what the weather, economy, scenario was like, a picture is a picture that freeze-framed time. "

View his ePortfolio here. 

 View his ePortfolio here

Kyle Jaworowski 

 

Kyle Jaworowski is an Engineering Science major who uses his ePortfolio for his courses in ESG 100, ESG 201, LDS 102, WRT 102, and EST 201. He has continued to add pages about his hobbies, reflections on his internship experience, and photos of projects he has completed. 

 

"Logic is my forté, and quick thinking helps me adapt to any situation. Ever since I was a little kid, my vocabulary was rich and word problems were no problem."




 

Min Ki Seul

 

Min Ki Seul is a Health Science major who uses his ePortfolio for his LDS 101, WRT 102, EST 201, and "Technology In The Workplace" classes. 

 

"During my life in high school I started being what I wanted to be and not what they expected of me to become. I broke free from the chains of society. At first, it made me an outcast but as time went on I found others who were searching for their identity and embraced our individuality together as true friends."

  View his ePortfolio here

 

View her ePortfolio here

Angel Leung 

 

Angel Leung is a Business major. She uses her ePortfolio for her LDS 101 and EST 201 courses. 

 

"Apart from my major, I am also passionate in Biology, which allows me to explore the world of living things." 

 

 

 

 

Eda Charmaine Gimenez

 

"As a student, I am interested in both global and environmental issues.  From contemporary issues and their policies to the sciences behind them all, my fascination with the world never ends.  Because of my incessant need to discover and experience new things every day, I have developed an interminable desire to learn."

View her ePortfolio here.

 

Writing

 

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Annie Bernberg

 

Annie Bernberg is a double major in English and History with minors in business and writing. She uses her ePortfolio to display her work in her English, writing, history, and business classes; she has also added a gallery of her artwork and her journalism articles. 

 

"So, am I a writer, a reader, an artist, a responsible student, a daughter, a sister? I am all these things and so much more. But most of all, I am a story collector. I am Annie Bernberg, and this is just the beginning of my story."

 

Ariel Yang  

 

Ariel Yang is a Biomedical Engineering major who began using her ePortfolio for her WRT 102 class. She has continued to personalize her ePortfolio, displaying her witty, creative personality in every page. 

 

"When not memorizing functional groups or rock types, she can be found knitting DNA strands, making atrocious puns, and doodling anatomically inaccurate tyrannosaurs."

View her ePortfolio here

 

 

Nadia Pavlishyn

 

"My name is Nadiya Pavlishyn and I am an undergraduate student in Stony Brook University’s College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. I am majoring in Applied Mathematics and Statistics and minoring in Leadership Development."

View her ePortfolio here.

View her ePortfolio here.

Amanda Demenescu

 

"The name's Amanda, but I tend to go by Zamanza.  Of Romanian decent and born and bred in New York City. Biology's my major, writing is my minor so I am either always writing an essay or studying some science related thing."

Adrienne Blaser

 

"I'm an Asian/Asian American Studies major in the Honors College. I have a severe case of wanderlust that I've found I constantly need to feed. The above picture was taken June 2012 at the Berlin Wall."

 

View her ePortfolio here.


View his ePortfolio here.

Garry Berdichevskiy

 

"I am a musician. I can shred on piano and I am very good at both electric and acoustic guitar. If you have spare time, you can check out my final high school performance where I was the soloist with my orchestra and performed Grieg's Concerto in A Minor."

Gilbert Worotikan

 

My name is Gilbert Worotikan. I was born and raised in Queens, NY and I have lived there my whole life. I went to Brooklyn Technical High School and I am currently a freshman at Stony Brook University majoring in Business Management.

View his ePortfolio here.

 

 

 

 View her ePortfolio here.

Evann Slaughter

 

"I play volleyball for SBU. You guys should come out and support this year! Anyway, I'm an anthropology major with a minor in chemistry and attempting to possibly go professional in volleyball overseas or go to medical school."



 

Vishwaja Muppa

 

Vishwaja was excited to be studying at Stony Brook and to experience life in New York. Her ePortfolio is a legacy, which she has left behind. Her untimely passing is a tremendous loss to the Stony Brook community.

 

"I can remember just like it was yesterday how carefree and simple that life used to be. It was like waking up from a dream that you wish lasted forever. My life suddenly got complicated. I had to say my farewells to all my friends and family. The land of opportunity was how it was known back in the motherland. I was excited to see how different another land could possibly be. I was ready to dive into this land but the waters were still shallow."

 

 

 View her ePortfolio here.

 

 

View her ePortfolio here.

Cora Man

 

"I hope to one day become a pediatrician and start my own pediatric clinic. I also want to create my own youth organization that will allow students to flourish and express themselves though different art mediums. I am an ambitious young woman who wants to provide the future generations with something that I loved doing as a girl!" 

  

Graduate Experience

Sara Kardazs

 

Sara Kardazs is a librarian who is pursuing a Masters of Science in Technological Systems Management concentrating on Educational Technology.

 

"I believe that successfully engaging student in the learning process involves giving them choices that spark their curiosity and align with their interests while supporting the curriculum."

View her ePortfolio here. 

View his ePortfolio here.

Pierre M. Albert

 

"I believe every act of leadership has a cause and my cause has been to create a positive change within society that seeks to allow individuals to grow, develop and move up the socio-economic ladder. My eyes are set on becoming a dominant figure in the realm of Politics and being a gracious public servant."

 

 

Stephen Lee

 

Stephen Lee is pursuing his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering, focusing in biomaterials and nanotechnology. 

"Apart from his education and research, Stephen enjoys travelling, trying new food spots, attending music festivals, and watching basketball (OKC Thunder!!). He loves to cook himself and even competed in the SBU Iron Chef competition for his chosen charity group The Sunrise Fund, an organization that is dedicated to helping children with cancer, his senior year."

 

View his ePortfolio here

 

Alumni

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Aman Sharma

 

"This portfolio is dedicated to my time at the University of Toronto where I am currently pursuing my Master's of Health Science in Clinical Engineering in the Institute of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering. My current research is focused on implementing sensory feedback, predominantly for lower-limb prostheses using vibrotactile haptics. I am part of the PROPEL (Paedeatric Rehabilitation Orthotics and Prosthetics Engineering Locomotion) Lab here at Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital."

Ahrum Kim

 

"My philosophy of life is sharing knowledge, experience and feelings with others. I learn how to be happy, laugh and love from people I meet. This e-Portfolio is dedicated to share my works and reflections."

 

 

 

View her ePortfolio here. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ansue Jacob

 

Ansue is using her ePortfolio as a place for internships, conference presentations, skills, academics, her resume and special events she has attended.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mo Lam

 

"I just graduated from Stony Brook University with a B.S. in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics and Statistics. I was a University Scholar of Stony Brook University. I am currently a student coach in the New York City Math Team, former captain (2010') of the NYC math team."

Visit his ePortfolio here.

 

 

 

 

 

Visit his ePortfolio here.

Erick Gordy

 

"Please feel free to take a look at those sub-pages and any of the other links in the top navigation bar, and don't hesitate to comment on anything you like, or for that matter, don't like, and I'll get back to you on the matter as soon as I'm able. Happy reading."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Professional

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Michael Hejmej

 

"There are no directions to how one must live life. Don't just do what your good at. Find what you love. Do what you love. It's your life to live. My choice is to be a sports writer. What's yours?"

 

 

Michael A. Spikes 

 

"Michael Spikes, a native of Maple Heights, Ohio began a career in media production early, as he recalls, creating his own radio programs based around books he was reading with family members, complete with musical bridges, intros and outs around the age of 8 with a small tape recorder gifted to him by his parents."

 

View his ePortfolio here.

View her ePortfolio here.

Jennifer L. Adams

 

Jennifer L. Adams is a member of the Teaching, Learning + Technology group at Stony Brook University. Having started off as the lead macintosh systems engineer for the group, she now has moved on to a role which empowers her to aid instructors with the use of technology in the classroom. 

 

Barbara Whitaker

 

"I am currently a candidate for a Masters Degree of Liberal Studies at Stony Brook University (2014). I received my Bachelor of Arts in Social Science with a concentration in Media Studies in 2007 from New York University."

 

View her ePortfolio here.

 

Independent

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Ashley S. Johnson

 

"My Bachelor degree in Economics and History, with a Political Science minor, will be awarded from Stony Brook University in May 2014. I am a transfer student  from  the University at Albany- SUNY."

 

Benjamin L. R. Qiu

 

Benjamin uses his ePortfolio for his art, photography, awards and to display what his imagination is capable of.

View his ePortfolio here.

View his ePortfolio here.

Dominic Dabrowski

 

"My philosophy on philosophies is similar to the current model of the animal cell membrane, a dynamic mosaic of different, but equally useful parts. The primary objective is to thrive, and while there are certain uncompromising laws that must be followed, there is a great deal of room for adjustments depending on the environment that you are in."

 

 

(Serena) Suxiao Li

 

"It took me a while to set up my mind to leave this beautiful city and my loving family. But as soon as I landed at JFK, my excitement and curiosity took place of my fear and home sickness. I am curious about how much I can explore this city as well as how this city can mind my potential."

View her ePortfolio here.

 

Self-Directed

Visit his ePortfolio here.

Bryan Szeglin

 

"Aside from the pieces that are posted here, I have many interests in graphic design, photography (the above photograph is an example of my work), architecture, and music.  You can view some of these works on the other tabs and there will be more information to come!"

 

 

Ezra Margono

 

Ezra Margono is currently a student at Stony Brook University. He is a biology major with an intent on going to medical school.

 

At Stony Brook University, he began to shoot for the Statesman, the school newspaper. In Fall 2011 he became the photo-editor of the paper. He is currently a managing editor at the Statesman. 

View his ePortfolio here.

 

ePortfolio Consultants

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Emily Madsen 

 

I grew up on my family's oyster farm out in Discovery Bay, Washington. The nearest town to Discovery Bay is Port Townsend, which is located on the northeastern end of the Olympic Peninsula (about sixty miles east of Seattle).My childhood is undoubtedly the root of my continuing fascination with marine science. 

Linda Milano 

 

am a Business major specializing in Marketing and minoring in Journalism at Stony Brook University. I am a member of the Spirit of Stony Brook Marching Band where I play the clarinet.

View her ePortfolio here.

Visit his ePortfolio here.

Junaid Rajani 

 

I am a sophomore Biochemistry major at Stony Brook University. I enjoy learning and teaching. I am in the College of Leadership and Service and have been an instructor for both LDS 101, Intro to Stony Brook, and CHE 130, General Chemistry, classes.

 

Dillon Winegar 

 

I am a junior year Business major, specializing in Marketing, and Digital Arts Minor at Stony Brook.  This is my first semester as a Digital Media and ePortfolio Consultant and so far it has been a blast!

Visit his ePortfolio here.

Visit her ePortfolio here.

Alicia M. Elliott 

 

I’m a sophomore studying Engineering Science with a specialization in Environmental Engineering. I have been a teaching assistant for SBC 114, Physical Geography Lab, and hope to TA engineering classes in upcoming semesters. I’m also a peer mentor for the College of Engineering and Applies Sciences.

Harshdeep Banwait 

 

I'm an Engineering major specializing in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering as well as Engineering Management. He is actively involved with the Stony Brook campus, Prezi, ePortfolio and open to learning anything new.

View his ePortfolio here.

View her ePortfolio here.

Rachel Koeth 

 

I'm a doctoral student in music at Stony Brook University. She is a teaching assistant for the Department of Music, a chamber musician, a soloist and an orchestral musician. Video performances, upcoming concerts, work experience and general information can be found on my ePortfolio.

Joseph Nowak

 

I'm a hard working and devoted person. At the age of 17 I graduated from High School with my advanced regents diploma along with finishing among the top of my class in Eastern Suffolk BOCES Suffolk Aviation Center with my license as an aircraft Maintenance Technician. One year later I completed my Associates with Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology in Aviation Maintenance. Currently I am a Junior majoring in Engineering Science With a specialization in Mechanical Engineering at Stony Brook University.

View his ePortfolio here

View his ePortfolio here.

Joseph Cavera

 

I'm a senior at Stony Brook University majoring in Environmental Studies and minoring in Ecosystems & Human Impacts and Writing. I currently tutor for the Humanities Writing Center and for the newly added PASS Tutoring program on campus. I love exploration, socializing, our environment, and the written expression. My hobbies include writing poetry, tennis, soccer, free-running, gaming, and snowboarding. While this is my last semester at Stony Brook, I hope to help other students and staff in the university manage their inspirations and experiences into a succinctly collective whole.

Michael Matza

 

I'm a Technological Systems Management (TSM) Major with a minor in Information Systems. I play guitar, bass, piano, drums, sing and play anything but winds. Writing music and recording my band directly involves my management and communication skills which is directly related to my academic work. I am currently a TA for the Marketing for Engineers class in the TSM department. I am to get business leaders on board for new technologies that will help improve their current business processes for a more cost effective, efficient system.

View his ePortfolio here.

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