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Jennifer Brownstein will be teaching in the English as a Second Language Program and will be teaching advanced oral, aural, reading and written communications to international students, both undergraduate and graduate.

She holds a master’s degree in edu-cation/teaching English to speakers of other languages from the University of Pennsylvania and a bachelor’s degree in English from Temple University, both in Philadelphia.

Brownstein and her husband have two dogs and two cats. They enjoy camping, hiking and traveling.



Angelique Jenks-Brown is a new

Jennifer Brownstein
science reference librarian and bibliographer at Binghamton University’s Science Library. In addition to staffing the reference desk and giving instruction sessions, she serves as the liaison and bibliographer for the subjects of psychology, geology and environmental studies as well as the maps collection.

Jenks-Brown holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from Skidmore College and a master’s degree in library science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

She is originally from Saratoga Springs, but she lived in Chapel Hill, N.C., for the past si

Angelique Jenks-Brown
x years.

She loves playing with her 5-month-old son and pet rabbits, watching movies with her husband and going for walks outdoors. She enjoys numerous craft projects, including scrapbooking, sewing and bead making.



Diane Wiener, an assistant professor of social work, will teach two classes this fall: Human Behavior in the Social Environment and Special Topics in Social Work: Perspectives on Gender.

She received her doc-torate in comparative cultural and literary studies from the University of Arizona this year. Wiener also earned a master’s degree from Yes

Diane Wiener
hiva University and a bachelor’s degree from Rutgers University.

Her research interests include explor-ations of psychiatry and biomedicine in mental health treatment as well as interdisciplinary linkages among social work, disability studies and medical anthropology, and related applications to social work curriculum development.

Wiener, 39, loves to sing, write, draw, paint watercolors and take photographs. She has a Jack Russell terrier and two cats. “Give me some chocolate and you will have my rapt attention,” said Wiener, who is originally from Brooklyn.
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Last Updated: 10/14/08