James W. Ferguson, B.S. ’77, M.P.H. ’15, M.D.
The Power of One
Jeffrey Reynolds, Ph.D.
Smacked By the Storm: How Long Island Can Recover From Its Heroin Crisis
Katie Duffy Schumacher
Don't Press Send
From Harm to Harmony
Kaitlinn Estevez ’17
What If We Give Mental Illness a Microphone?
Aliha Nasrullah ’18
A Child's Vision
Kelley Lynn B.F.A. ’94
When Someone You Love Dies, There Is No Such Thing as Moving On
Adjust Your Sails
Stephen Mark Shore, Ed.D.
The Superpower of Autism
Sarah Liberti ’18
Michael Hynes, Ph.D.
Why PEAS Are the Key to a Successful Education
Rabbi Glenn Jacob D.D.
God in the Public Square
Deborah Serani, Psy.D.
What if…You Knew Depression as a Doctor and as a Patient
Jennifer Krol ’17
The Culture Where No One is Culturally Competent: The Effects of Rape Culture on Children
Anthony Zenkus, LMSW
Watch the Gap: How Capitalism Negatively Affects the Development of Children and How We Can Do Better
Francine Conway, Ph.D. ’99
Cultivating Compassion for the Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Child: Shifting Our Stance from Moral Indictment to Empathy
Christine M. Riordan, Ph.D.
Dare to Be Extraordinary
Madeline Dressner ’13, M.A. ’14
Using Technology to Empower and Foster 21st Century Advocacy, Citizenship, and Empathy in Children
Bernadine Y. Waller, LMHC, M.A. ’10
Hindered Help: How Societal Stereotypes Hinder African American Women Intimate Partner Violence Victims from Getting the Help They Need
Robert Goldfarb, Ph.D.
An Aphasiologist Has a Stroke