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Calling All....              
Sigma Delta Phi Alumnae
Your sisters are planning your 60th Anniversary Celebration and are are looking for you!
For information contact Jennifer Petracca at jdpetracca@yahoo.com
                                                                        
If you are a campus group seeking  out alumni, e-mail
alumnionline@mail.montclair.edu and we'll place a call out here.
                                                      

January 2007
News & Notes

MSU Partners with Medical Missions for Children
M
ontclair State University and Medical Missions for Children (MMC), host of a global telemedicine and teaching network that helps treat children in some of the world's poorest regions, announced an agreement today in which the University will serve as the digital repository for MMC's extensive video library of medical programming.

The agreement positions the University as a global knowledge center for health information and advances its educational mission in a way that will make a positive difference in the lives of children.

"The agreement complements Montclair State's emphasis in global education and takes advantage of the University's achievements in the development of an advanced technological infrastructure," said University President Dr. Susan A. Cole. "New Jersey has some extraordinary institutions, and when we share assets and expertise through partnerships, we expand what we can do in exciting ways. The Medical Missions Global Video Library will be a unique and critical health care resource with an international impact."

Capitol Area Gathering a Success
Alumni in the Washington, D.C. area gathered for brunch last month at the Hyatt Regency in Bethesda, Md. Alumnae Susan Glowacki Goldberg '93 and Valerie Maholmes '80 '84 MA have volunteered to act as point persons for MSU alumni living in the area in an effort to form a Capitol Area Alumni Chapter. Anyone interested in attending the group's next gathering can contact Maholmes via e-mail at
maholmev@mail.nih.gov.


Pictured above Front Row from L to R:  Khalidah McMorrin '97,
Heather Applegate '03 MA, Susan Glowacki Goldberg '93, Leo Greco '52,
Deborah Hurwitt Wright '91 MBA, Doris Fanuzzi Wilson '78 MA,
Antoinette Doherty '92 (seated)
Back row from L to R: Kamala Milstead Hart '89, Kenneth Silverstein '76,
Valerie Maholmes '80 '84 MA, Daniel Levy '76 MA, Jan Thorne Jakubik '70,
Herman Wass '03, James Wright '96 and Katrine Houston '90

Memorial Service for Angelo Cali held at Kasser Theater
A public memorial service was held last month in the Alexander Kasser Theater for Angelo Cali '36,
long-time MSU Foundation Board member and friend of the University. He died December 8 at the age of 91 after a brief illness. Cali graduated from Montclair State Teachers College, and was awarded an honorary doctor of laws degree from Montclair State in 1979 for exemplary contributions in the field of education.

For three years, he served as the director of adult education in Clifton, increasing its enrollment ten-fold in one year. For four years, he served on the South Orange/Maplewood Adult School Board. He served as president of the Essex County Mental Health Association for three years and as vice president of the state Mental Health Board for two years. He also served on the MSU Foundation Board for more than three decades.

Cali is survived by his brother John J. Cali, two daughters, Angela, of Montclair, and Joanne Prenner, of Southborough, Mass.; a son, John, of Mountain Lakes, N.J.; and five grandchildren. His wife of 63 years, Mary Grazia Cali, died in 2003. Contributions in his memory may be made to the International F.O.P. Association, P.O. Box 196217, Winter Springs, Fla. 32719

When & Where

3rd Annual MSU Women's Basketball Game & Gathering, Sat., Jan. 13
The game between current MSU women's
basketball players and alumnae takes place from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Immediately following the game will be a short gathering/reception in the Hall of Fame room (formerly Brown Lounge, located next to the pool.) Any women's basketball players interested in playing or attending can contact Head Women's Basketball Coach, Beth O'Boyle at 973-655-5247 or oboyleb@mail.montclair.edu.

Before the Season's Over, Order Tix Now!
Once again the MSUAA has partnered with
the NJ Devils to bring special ticket pricing to the MSU community (alumni, students, faculty, staff, family and friends) for the NJ Devils vs. the Carolina Hurricanes at Continental Airlines Arena on March 1.
MSUAA ticket price are $36 (regularly $52)
Save $16 per ticket! To order tickets online click on the
following link,
https://www.njdevilsticketprograms.com/index.php |
enter the code
msu031707 and GO!
Or contact John Tierney at NJ Devils Group Sales, 201-935-6050 BE SURE TO MENTION MSUAA.
                   

Seminar: Adventures in Rock Art, with an Emphasis on the Rock; Wed., Jan. 17, noon, Dickson Hall, Room 155

Gregory A. Pope of the Department of Earth & Environmental Studies will talk about rock art,
ranging from very early carvings and paintings to historical inscriptions. While the "canvas" is seemingly solid, rock is ultimately ephemeral in geologic time, as is the art portrayed on it. An understanding of the rock canvas -- its condition and permanence -- provides an important context or perspective for conservation and dating these
cultural treasures. This talk features geoarchaeological studies of ancient and historic
rock art from Portugal, Ireland, Arizona, and
even New York City.

 

Graduate School Open House, Jan. 28
The Graduate School will be holding an open house on Sunday, Jan. 28 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. The Open House gives you a chance to
speak with program faculty, discuss the graduate experience with current students, financing your graduate education and more. Visit http://www5.montclair.edu/graduate/news.shtml#66 for more information.

New Semester, more Peak Performances
If you're looking for entertainment that will
challenge your expectations, stimulate your
senses and keep you on the edge of your seat, look no further than the programming this semester of Peak Performances. Offerings include The Shanghai Quartet, Newband, Harry Partch and Cabaret to name a few. For more information and a full schedule, visit www.peakperfs.org or call 973-655-5112.