DYSON DIGITAL DIGEST
Star Power: A Visit from Bradley Cooper
The Hollywood powerhouse credits much of his success to his training from the Actors Studio Drama School (ASDS). He spoke with ASDS students recently at an exclusive event.
Mindful Messaging and Digital Dating Research
What impact does digital communication have on our psychological and physical well-being? How can its use better serve humanity?
State of the Arts: Media, Communications, and Visual Arts
In less than a decade, the Media, Communications, and Visual Arts (MCVA) department has grown from offering one degree and 70 students to four degrees with roughly 250 students.
Humanities Goes High Tech
With new initiatives and pioneering instruction, Dyson College is poised to become a leader in educating students through the evolving arena of digital humanities.
Both an art and a skill, reflection is an essential component of a Dyson College liberal arts education. Dyson students are learning how to reflect skillfully and communicate those reflections in creative ways.
On November 26, 2018, State Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins ’86 ’08, General Studies, Public Administration, was elected by her peers to serve as New York State Senate Majority Leader. She is the first woman to lead either legislative chamber.
Jacklynn Egger ‘14, Biology, was promoted to translational research project coordinator in the Druckenmiller Center for Lung Cancer Research at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. She will be performing data collection, quality control, and data analysis for clinical research within the disease management team.
Sydney Korman ‘21, Political Science, Women’s and Gender Studies, and Terrie Soule ’19, Peace and Justice Studies, delivered a statement to the United Nations General Assembly calling for greater participation of youth, women, survivors of violence and people from the ‘Global South,’ (Africa, Latin America, Asia, and the Middle East), in peace and security policymaking.
Professor of Criminal Justice Kimberly Collica-Cox was unanimously approved and confirmed to serve as a member of the Westchester County Corrections Advisory Board.
Pace School of Performing Arts Alumna Dominique Fishback was named in the Forbes 30 Under 30 – Hollywood & Entertainment 2019. Fishback is known for her roles in HBO’s The Deuce, the breakout 2018 Sundance film Night Comes On, and most recently, The Hate U Give, which had a nationwide theatrical release in October.
Jesse James Keitel ‘15, Acting, was named in OUT Magazine’s 2018 top 100. This summer, Keitel appeared in the Netflix film Alex Strangelove and recently on the TV Land series Younger.