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Career Model ePortfolios

 

Michael A. 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."


Tom Kaz - My name is Thomas Kazanecki and if there's one thing I've learned about life, it's that there are no brakes.


Chloe Bader  is working towards her Masters in Social Work. This ePortfolio features the work experience and accomplishments of Chloe. (Only viewable within the Stony Brook Community)

 

Mary Parhiala "I am using this ePortfolio to provide an easy way for potential employers to browse some writing samples that I have collected over the course of my college career."

 

Dominic Dabrowski is a world traveler who was born in Poland, but grew up in America. He has many samples of his writing available on his ePortfolio on topics such as storm weather, whaling, water supply, and public policy.

 

Sara Kardasz is working towards her Masters of Science in Technological Systems Management with a concentration in Education Technology. In Sara's ePortfolio you will find information, artifacts and reflections from courses she has completed while at Stony Brook. Sara has taught workshops, attended conferences, and is finding ways to connect students with technology on their quest to learn. 

 

Anthony King, Jr  is a leader, a developer, and a designer are goals and dreams Anthony has. He wants to obtain a job in the entertainment software industry, among other ambitions. Involving himself in web design, job shadows and graduate applications, Anthony'e ePortfolio reflects his focus, organization and goals.

 

Stephen Lee is woring on his Ph.D. in the Biomedical Engineering Department pursing biomaterials and nanotechnology related research. This Texan has found a way to combine both of his interests of medicine and engineering. Throughout his undergraduate, he completed REU and two research projects which motivated him to pursue researching with a high level of concentration. 

 

Rachel Koeth is 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 her ePortfolio.

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