My daughter Melissa. She’s a brilliant young scientist and works at University of Rochester. She’s also really beautiful; it’s ok, I am her mother. She has her M.S. in some type of biology and did some work with human cadaver feet (don’t even ask, as I don’t even want to know). Thankfully she has no desire to go into academia, but into policy. As an undergrad, she minored in American Sign Language. She is the real deal and I am so proud of her.
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I have a Ph.D. in Criminal Justice from CUNY, a Masters in Forensic Psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice and am currently a student (again!) studying American Sign Language and Deaf Culture. I am still on a journey fueled by boundless curiosity and moments of enlightenment. View all posts by Aviva Twersky Glasner