Submitted by Gabriela Santos I attended “Etiquette: Minding Your Manners” at Quest. During the presentation, I learned about business etiquette and how to act respectively in the workplace. When you are going for an interview, be early. Introduce yourself to everyone and shake hands with everyone as well. Dress professional, as a first impression is… Read more »
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Submitted by Kaila Curatalo Etiquette: Minding Your Manners The first presentation that I attended was a presentation about the different types of business etiquette. What to do and not to do in the work place, interview etiquette, email etiquette and in case you ever want to quit your job, the successful ways to go about… Read more »
The 2 p.m. presentation of “Current Issues in Media Law” featured a panel of Jason Zenor, Asa Stackel, Leigh Rusyn, Annie Palmer and Carly Olds discussing provocative issues in this evolving field. The presentation discussed the legal issues various forms of broadcast media have to deal with. One situation given was libelous statements via the… Read more »
Submitted by Jen Roerty I attended “Mental Health: Unlocking the Combination to Finding Your True Potential” with a panel of four participants including three psychologists and mental health professionals and one SUNY oSwego student going into the mental health field. They discussed medication, how caffeine affects your mental health, meditation, exercise and diet. I believe… Read more »
The afternoon poster session stretched through the Campus Center concourse and featured students from a variety of majors sharing their research and knowledge with others. Here are a few scenes:
Submitted by Aubrey Mulvey This Quest program was a content analysis of the television coverage of the 2008 presidential election through broadcast, cable, and public television. The program started with Diddi giving an example of bias in media. He pulled up an article which had the headline “CNN is less biased than Fox.” The speaker… Read more »
Several art students demonstrated and discussed their media in the Campus Center arena. They showed how to work in such areas as book arts, painting, printmaking, throwing ceramics and 3D mixed media. Very interesting session with talented students.
Students in our human-computer interaction graduate program presented several sessions at Quest, many related to video games and learning. Among them: You can also see a video of Graham rocking out during his presentation.
Quest is only one week away, and we can’t wait to see all the presentations, posters, performances and other programs from students and faculty and staff. You can find the whole speaking schedule online. For a little more info, check out this video where student Damaris Dunn discusses Quest – why she looks forward to it and… Read more »