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W. C. Mepham High School junior Kristen Corless earned first place in her category (Level IV) at the American Association of Teachers of Italian's annual Italian poetry recitation contest.   Corless earned the top spot with a recitation of the poem "A Zacinto" by Ugo Foscolo during the contest at SUNY Old Westbury. Numerous school districts...

by Dina Sciortino   Senator Carlucci joins members of the Italian-American State Legislators Conference to present Clarkstown South High School student Alana Kurtti with a $1,500 dollar check in Albany. New City resident Alana Kurtti, a model student and member of her community, was chosen as this year's winner of the Italian-American S...

Il Comune di Picerno, la scuola Itis 'A.Einstein' e Hutchinson Technical High School Buffalo insieme per il progetto "Global identity: from the roots to the wings".   "Il progetto nasce dall'esigenza culturale e dalla necessità di apertura verso nuovi orizzonti – precisano dall'Itis - e fondamentale è stato l'incontro di alcuni docenti e all...

Italian teacher-Long term substitute. Starts immediately for approximately 4-8 weeks. MUST be certified by the Rhode Island department of Ed. as an Italian Teacher. Position Type: Full-time. Positions Available: 1   Equal Opportunity EmployerWarwick Public Schools is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment fre...

The NOIAW's 35th anniversary luncheon will be held on April 16 at St. Regis New York. 250 copies of the April issue of Florence's English-language news magazine will be available at the NOIAW's 35th anniversary luncheon on April 16 at St. Regis New York, where CNN anchor and co-host of morning show New Day Alisyn Camerota and founding principal of...

Montecatini 23 aprile 2013 - Il montecatinese Leonardo Rastelli, docente di fisica all'università statale di New York, ha vinto la borsa di studio della fondazione John Simon Guggenheim, unico premiato nel suo campo di ricerca.

IASA menber Jerome Krase reports on "Seeing Brooklyn Change": A Call for Student Researchers, Photographers, and Videographers: More than 30 years ago, Brooklyn College students, under my direction, created an exhibit that photographically documented life in the borough's Italian American neighborhoods. It was the centerpiece of a conference and al...

This symposium is a continuation—a sort of inter-mission—of the last three symposia ILICA has sponsored on the topic. After two events last fall and a third this past spring in Rome, ILICA concludes this discussion in November.   This event, in the meantime, offers the four Italian Americans an opportunity to gather their thoughts, so to spe...

di Maurita Cardone   Sono lontani i tempi in cui gli immigrati italiani che arrivavano in America dovevano cercare di integrarsi anche a spese della propria identità culturale. Oggi i nuovi immigrati sono giovani, con un grado di istruzione generalmente alto, e non hanno intenzione di vergognarsi delle proprie origini né di recidere il legam...

Assemblyman Phil Palmesano (R-Corning) and his fellow members of the Conference of Italian-American State Legislators are announcing the availability of applications for their annual scholarship program.Four scholarships will be awarded, each totaling $2,500. Two will be awarded based on academic achievement and two will be athletic scholarships.&...

by Jim Barg   Four seniors and three teachers of Mount Pleasant's Westlake High School were celebrated for excellence in Italian at the annual Italian Heritage and Culture celebration held Oct. 5 at the Sons of Italy Meucci Lodge in White Plains.   The Westchester Coalition of Italian American Organizations and County Executive Rob As...

Start Date: 11/15/2012 Start Time: 4:00 PMEnd Date: 11/15/2012 Event DescriptionLecture in Italian by Professor Augustus Pallotta, Syracuse University. An offering in a Lecture Series made possible by Dr. Joseph Tromba, MD, Stony Brook alumnus and member of the Center for Italian Studies Advisory Council.