As we look ahead to the May graduation season, it is exciting to read about the success of our soon-to-be graduates in this edition of our newsletter. Whether it be success in pursuing graduate school, a high-level professional qualification or getting a great job to launch a career, our graduates look to pursue rewarding and satisfying paths in life. This is a bittersweet moment for faculty and staff as we bid farewell to these graduates, but, like many of our alumni, we are pleased tosee that you keep in touch and encourage you to submit your news via adelphi.edu/classnotes. Check out the most recent photos from Inside the Teacher's Classroom, with returning alums from our BEST residency program and others. It was an inspiring event.
Alexandra Wurglics, who interned at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum during Summer 2015, saw one of her projects become a permanent fixture there. It was a small step for her, but a giant leap in the right direction.
Michael Rossetti, M.A. '08, founded 3d Athletics in 2009, a company that helps basketball players of every skill level improve through on-court training, supervised workouts and video sessions. The company also aims to help young people learn and grow through sport.
Take advantage of the Manhattan-based fellowship in Sport-Based Youth Development (SBYD). You can earn an M.A. in Physical Education or an M.S. in Sport Management in two years while working part time as a coach for the Wellness in the Schools (WITS) Coach for Kids program.
Adelphi students specializing in all majors have found a place in Antoinette Sacchetti's course covering American Sign Language. The adjunct professor recently organized an event that helped her students, and those in attendance, understand what it means to experience music
as a deaf individual.
An education degree from the Ammon School is a ticket to teach anywhere in the country, as three recent graduates found out. Texas and California, meet Brenda Balbontin, M.A. '15, Kollijanni Dinh '15, and Jennifer Miranda, graduate student.
Nora Elbassiony and Erin Kuchlewski, seniors in exercise science, each decided to pursue careers in physical therapy after their respective athletic injuries. They've both been accepted into the NYU physical therapy program.