The Watering Place

During the summer of 2016 I started a Digital Humanities project thanks to a seed grant generously provided by the Seton Hall University Digital Humanities Committee.  The purpose of this  project is to reconstruct the history of a location on Staten Island once known as the Watering Place (in present day Tompkinsville/St. George area).  There were many historical events that took place here, but the most notable is the Quarantine and Marine...

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Repairing Broken Category links on the WordPress ePortfolio Blogs

On the ePortfolio WordPresss blogs you may experience a problem with the Category links. When you go to your ePortfolio page and click on any of the links under Categories you may get a “Not Found” error or just a list of irrelevant information. If clicking on the link brings you to the appropriate Category page, then you do not have this problem.         If you are experiencing this problem there is a very easy fix. Sign in...

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Comparative Psychology

I have been thinking a lot about the broad field of Comparative Psychology and its historical roots lately.  So I decided to teach a course on the topic to facilitate my thinking. If you are a Psychology Major and you have completed the Introductory Psychology course you may be interested in joining me in the course this Spring (2013).  Curious? The link to the syllabus is here :  Psyc3700ComparativePsychology

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The First Experimental Psychologist at Seton Hall

While looking through some old Setonians I came across an article about one of the first experimental psychologists at Seton Hall University who has been forgotten. Dr. Gregory Schramm was a Benedictine monk, scientist, and developmental psychologist.  Before coming to Seton Hall in 1937 he was the chair of the Department of Psychology in a Catholic University in China. I wrote a brief article about Schramm that was published in the...

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Instructions on How to Post and Edit Pages

The attached pdf document  gives basic instructions on how to work with WordPress to build your ePortfolio. I tried to keep the instructions to an absolute minimum. There is a lot more to WordPress.  I suggest that you explore once you are familiar with the basics.  If you find any interesting features or if you have some suggestions or creative ways of using WordPress features post your idea as a “Communication” category (#4). Be...

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