VISA and the University Mission
Faculty involved with the University’s Vincentian Institute for
Social Action have been committed to research and service with
strategic community partners and to working with Ozanam Scholars on
their capstone research projects. Please join us for a discussion
of various research and impactful service projects presented by
faculty across multiple departments on the Staten Island
Richard Sinatra, The School of Education, Session
Chair Advantage Academy, College of Professional Studies A.S.
Degree Program, Cohorts I and 2 Research, NYC Department of
Homeless Services Partner
Kimberly Sweeney, Junior year Ozanam Scholar,
Psychology major; Miguel Roig,
Mentor, Psychology: A
Correlation Study of Happiness with Spirituality and
Sandra Abrams, Curriculum and Instruction,
Ozanam Scholars’ Independent Research: Current Investigations and
Robert Fanuzzi, English, “Grow to Give:
Creating a Community Based Food System” with a number of Staten
Roberta Hayes, Scientific Inquiry, Umbilical
Cord Blood Awareness Program for Blood Cancer
Carolyn Vigorito, Psychology, Ozanam Scholar
Independent Study, Research on Foster Care Limitations
Regina Mistretta, Curriculum and Instruction,
Internship Placement Project with Non-Profit Agencies and
Lunch will be served.
Thursday, April 19
1:50 to 3:15 p.m.
Location: Lower Level Kelleher
Center, Staten Island Campus
To register: Contact the CTL at
CTL@stjohns.edu or ext.