Miguel Calvo-Salve, Assistant Professor of Architecture, 2013; M.Arch, Escuela Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura Universidad Polictechica de Madrid. R. A. (Spain). Building with natural light and new materials.
James Eckler, Assistant Professor of Architecture, 2010; M.Arch, University of Florida, 2008. Urbanism and place-making. Architecture as it directs the development of cities and cultivates community. Pedagogy, design teaching methodology: analysis, synthesis, and tectonic logic in generating space.
Stephen Garrison, Assistant Professor of Art, 2007; M.F.A., Savannah College of Art and Design, 1999. Allegorical figure painting, mural painting, furniture.
Gregory K. Hunt, FAIA, Founding Dean and Professor of Architecture, 2008; M.Arch, Columbia University, 1968. Frank Lloyd Wright, European and American Modernism (Architecture).
Maria MacDonald, Assistant Professor of Interior Architecture/Design, 2006; M.A., Marywood University, 2006; Applications in Sustainable Design, Applications in Architecture and Interior Design.
Patrick Martin, Instructor in Architecture, 2013; M.Arch, Norwich University, 2012. Digital fabrication, design-build as iterative exploration.
Margaret McManus, Assistant Professor of Architecture, 2013; M.Arch, University of Pennsylvania, 2005. Digital representation, structural integration in architecture.
Matthew Mindrup, Assistant Professor of Architecture, 2009; Ph.D., Virginia Tech, 2007. Phenomenology and Architecture, architectural history and theory: implications of the making and use of models in the design process, phenomenology (Architecture).
Kate O’Connor, Assistant Professor of Architecture, 2011; M.Arch, Tulane University, 2010. Socially responsible architecture, structures in architectural pedagogy.
Jayashree Shamanna, Pro Rata Instructor in Architecture, 2012; M.SC. ARCH, Texas A&M University, 1994. Historic Preservation, adaptive reuse.
W. Kevin Wyllie, Assistant Professor of Interior Architecture, 2012; M.Arch, Catholic University of America, 1997. Design-oriented objects, Interior Architecture and Architecture, lighting design, furniture design.
James B. Biagi, Assistant Professor of Business and Managerial Science, 2013; JD, State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law, 1990; CPA and Attorney-at-Law, Accounting, federal and state taxation, and business law.
Arthur B. Comstock, Executive Director and Associate Professor of Finance, 2000; Ph.D., Lehigh University, 2000. Investment and portfolio management; international business.
U. Rex Dumdum, Associate Professor of Information Systems and Leadership, 2001; Ph.D., State University of New York – Binghamton, 1993. Leadership in computer-mediated environments, transformational leadership, leader and leadership pipeline development, technology insertion and adoption in organizations, sensemaking and judgment support in individual and team settings, problem formulation in ill-structured situations, eLearning.
Ahmed Gomaa, Assistant Professor of Information Systems and Corporate Finance, 2011; Ph.D., Rutgers University, 2006. Big data, business intelligence and data mining, financial information systems, health systems.
Monica Law, Assistant Professor of Business and Managerial Science, 2013; Ph.D., The Pennsylvania State University, 2004. Leadership, emotional intelligence, medical errors.
Charles Lipinski, Assistant Professor of Business and Managerial Science, 1994; D.B.A., Nova Southeastern University, 1990. Management and hospitality management.
George Marcinek, Assistant Professor of Business, 1986; M.B.A., University of Scranton, 1981, C.P.A. Accounting, ethical issues in accounting.
Kerimcan Ozcan, Assistant Professor of Marketing, 2014; Ph.D., University of Michigan, 2004. Marketing, strategy, analytics, co-creation.
Murray Pyle, Assistant Professor of Management, 2011; Ph.D., University of Michigan, 2010. Operations management, new product development.
Chris Speicher, Associate Professor of Business and Managerial Science, 2007; Ph.D., Temple University, 1997. International business, organizational behavior, entrepreneurship and marketing.
Catherine A. Bolton, Assistant Professor of Communication Arts and Director of Public Relations Program, 2013; M.S., SI Newhouse School of Public Communication – Syracuse University, 2011. Changing the profession of public relations and impact of digital media on the profession.
Douglas Lawrence, Professor of Communication Arts, 2001; Ph.D., Union Institute. The impact of student development through the use of all forms of mass communication, including oral interpretation, written delivery, and technology. Exploration and development of critical theory relative to expressing clarity in message delivery through the communication process.
Michael Mirabito, Chari and Professor of Communication Arts, 2000; Ph.D., Bowling Green State University, 1982. New communication technologies, space exploration, communication systems, digital imaging, photography, and Holocaust studies.
Paul J. Sevensky, Assistant Professor of Communication Arts and Director of Advertising/Public Relations Program, 2013; M.A., Marywood University, 2011. Crisis communications, public relations case problems, advertising copy and communications graphics.
Lindsey L. Wotanis, Assistant Professor of Communication Arts and Director of Broadcast Journalism Program, 2010; Ph.D. University of Maryland, 2011.Research interests include community and collegiate journalism, rhetoric, gender, and social media.
Academic and Clinical Faculty
Mona R. Griffer, Associate Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders, 1997; Ed.D., Nova Southeastern University, 1997; CCC-SLP, BRCLS, ASHA. Child language development/disorders, early intervention, multicultural issues, pediatric oral-motor/feeding, and the supervisory process.
Renee S. Jourdanais, Clinical Instructor of Communication Sciences and Disorders, 2000; M.S., Nazareth College, 1998; CCC-SLP, ASHA. Craniofacial anomalies, genetic syndromes, adult neurogenics, developmental apraxia of speech.
Marla Kovatch, Clinical Instructor of Communication Sciences and Disorders, 2013; M.A., University of Maine, 1997; CCC-SLP, ASHA. Language/Literacy, cognitive disorders,AAC, and ESL/accent modification.
Mary Margaret Mazzaccaro, Clinical Instructor of Communication Sciences and Disorders, 2001; M.S., Florida State University, 1992; CCC-SLP, ASHA. Adult neurogenics, child language disorders.
Andrea M. Novak, Clinical Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders, 2000; M.A., Edinboro University, 1995; CCC-SLP, ASHA. Adult neurogenics, phonology, supervisory process, and dysphagia.
Vijayachandra Angalli Ramachandra, Associate Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders, 2005; Ph.D, Bowling Green State University, 2007. Neuroscience, articulation and phonology, child language development/disorders, and cognitive-linguistic deficits.
Sheri Skrutski, Clinical Instructor of Communication Sciences and Disorders, 1994; Au.D., University of Florida, 2001; CCC-A,ASHA. Aural rehabilitation, hearing aids, assistive listening devices.
Bruce A. Wisenburn, Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders, 2009; Ph.D., University at Buffalo, 2005; CCC-SLP, ASHA. Acquired neurogenic communication disorders and augmentative/alternative communication.
Joseph F. Cabrera, Assistant Professor of Sociology, 2011; Ph.D., University of Arizona, 2010. Community development, social capital, urban planning, social network analysis.
Patrick Seffrin, Assistant Professor of Sociology, 2009; Ph.D., Bowling Green State University. Criminology, adolescence, poverty, quantitative methods.
Patricia S. Arter, Associate Professor Special Education Program (2011); Ed.D., Johns Hopkins University, 2005. Inclusionary Practices, Universal Design for Learning, best practice and transition for young adults with autism.
Tammy B.H. Brown, Associate Professor, Graduate Reading and ESL Programs, (2003); Ph.D., Rutgers University, 2008. Struggling beginning readers, new literacies, socio-cultural factors affecting literacy.
Christine L. Fryer, Assistant Professor of Education (2011); Ed.D. Indiana University, 2013. Curriculum Instruction, reflective practices, science curriculum.
Michelle R. Gonzalez, Assistant Professor of Education (2011). Ph.D. Walden University, 2011. Early Childhood Special Education, Universal Design for Learning, implantation of assistive and instructional technology, struggling readers.
Bernice Lukus, Clinical Faculty of Education (2010). M.S. Marywood University, 1974. Special Education, administration in special education.
Joseph A. Polizzi, Chair (2014), Associate Professor of Education and Educational Leadership, (2013); Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University, 2007. Experiential and transformational learning, school leadership, small schools, preparation and professional development of new teachers.
Kathleen O. Ruthkosky, Director of Learning Outcomes Assessment and Accreditation (2013) and Professor of Education, (2012); Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University, 1993. Early childhood education, instructional design, teacher education.
Tonya N. Saddler, Assistant Professor of Education (2009); Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2008. Higher education administration, socialization of individuals in higher education.
Kerri J. Tobin, Assistant Professor of Education (2011). Ph.D. Vanderbilt University, 2011. Poverty and Education, Policy, Teacher Preparation.
Amy Wincek, Clinical Faculty of Education (2012); M.A. College of Notre Dame 2005; M.S. Wilkes University 2011; Early Childhood and middle level Education.
William Gear, ATC, LAT, Assistant Professor, Director of Athletic Training Program, Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh, 2004. Injury Prevention, Therapeutic Interventions.
Angela Hillman, Assistant Professor of Exercise Science, Ph.D., University of Hull, 2011, Certified Exercise Physiologist (EPC), Exercise Physiology and biochemistry, thermoregulation, oxidative stress.
Ellen K. Payne, ATC, LAT, CSCS, EMT, Clinical Coordinator of Athletic Training Program, Assistant Professor, Ph.D., University of Nevada, Reno. Leadership, Athletic training education, Emergency medical skill, Qualitative research.
Shelby W. Yeager, ATC, LAT, NASM-PES, FMSC, Chair of Health and Physical Education, 2004; M.Ed., East Stroudsburg University, 1994. Functional movement screening, shoulder injury evaluation.
Jennifer Cowgill, Associate Professor of Voice, 2012; D.M., Florida State University, 2004, Applied voice, vocal pedagogy, Italian, German, and French vocal diction.
Anita L. Gadberry, Assistant Professor of Music Therapy, Director of Music Therapy Program, 2011; Ph.D., University of Kansas, 2010. Music Therapist-Board Certified (MT-BC), 2000. Music therapy with persons with autism spectrum, alternative communication systems, collaboration among music educators and music therapists.
Rick Hoffenberg, Associate Professor of Choral Conducting, 2007; D.M.A., Yale University, 2009. Coordinator of vocal and keyboard studies, director of choral ensembles, choral conducting, applied vocal performance, piano performance, opera performance, vocal coaching.
David R. Jumper, Assistant Professor of Jazz Studies and Trumpet, 2009, M.M., University of New Orleans, 2006, Jazz studies coordinator, trumpet performance and theory.
Sr. Joan McCusker, IHM, Associate Professor of Music Education, 2005; Ph.D., Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester, 2001. Music cognition, emerging musical literacy, pre-service teacher education, professional development, and K-12 music partnerships.
Nathaniel F. Parker, Assistant Professor of Orchestral Conducting, 2009. D.M.A., Michigan State University, 2009. Director of orchestra, instrumental conducting, woodwind (double reeds) methods, music history.
F. David Romines, Assistant Professor of Wind Ensemble/Bands, 2009. D.M.A., University of Southern Mississippi, 2000.Coordinator of instrumental music studies, director of wind/band ensembles, instrumental conducting, (woodwinds/brass) methods, pre-service teacher education.
Sophie Till, Clinical Instructor of Violin, 2010; LRAM, Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music, London, UK, 1991; M.M., University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 2001. String pedagogy, string performance, chamber music, Taubman/Golandsky approach for strings education.
D. Charles Truitt, Assistant Professor of Music, 1980; M.A. in Musicology, Marywood College, 1986; Applied classical guitar, analytical techniques and music cognition, history and sociology of music.
Helen Battisti, Assistant Professor of Nutrition and Dietetics, 2013; Ph.D., Marywood University, 2010. Childhood and geriatric obesity.
Jessica Rae Bodzio, Clinical Instructor and DPD Program Director in Nutrition and Dietetics, 2011. M.S., Marywood University, 2010. Lifestyle nutrition.
Maureen Dunne-Touhey, R.D., L.D.N., Director, Dietetic Internship Program, 1992; M.S., H.H. Lehman College of the City University of New York, 1983.
Sandra Graham, Coordinator of Family and Consumer Sciences; M.S., Georgia State University, 1993, Doctoral candidate, SUNY Binghamton; Sports Nutrition, Role of the School cafeteria in student identity formation and student nutritional status; teacher education program development.
Lee Harrison, Professor of Nutrition and Dietetics, 2001; Ph.D., New York University, 1984. Personality type (MBTI) and its effects on career choice, competence and ability to predict success; nutrition support/critical care; food habits; health promotion; gerontological nutrition; children’s health.
Stanley Blondek, D.P.M., M.D., Co-Medical Director, Physician Assistant Program 2008, pediatrician, Director of Pediatrics for Physician’s Health Alliance.
Cheryl U. Bessoir, Clinical Coordinator Physician Assistant Program and Clinical Instructor. Doctor of Chiropractic, National College of Chiropractic Studies 1984; MS, Physician Assistant Studies, Marywood University, 2007. Movement disorders, psychiatric disorders and musculoskeletal treatments.
Marie S. Bonavoglia, Clinical Coordinator, Physician Assistant Program; Clinical Instructor; Ph.D., Marywood University, 2013; Marywood University, 2005. Anaphylaxis education and prevention in school aged children, geriatric routinization, and health promotion.
David J. Isgan, Principle Faculty, Physician Assistant Program, Clinical Instructor; M.H.S., Drexel University, 2013; Interprofessional education, patient safety, infection control and trends in Physician Assistant education
Gerald Maritato, Co-Medical Director, Clinical Assistant Professor, 2014; M.D., Emory University; Board Certified; Family Medicine.
Lori E. Swanchak, Program Director Physician Assistant Program; Clinical Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Marywood University, 2010. Trends in Physician Assistant Education, cardiology, and geriatric medicine.
Heather W. Walters, Academic Coordinator, Physician Assistant Program; Clinical Instructor; M.P.A.S., University of Nebraska, 2006. Trends in Physician Assistant Education and exercise and health.
Shamshad Ahmed, Associate Professor of Counseling, 2011; Ph.D., North Carolina State University, 2005. Multicultural counseling, Cross cultural perspectives on anxiety and depression; Mental Health Issues; Stress Management; Couples Issues; and issues with race, gender, diversity, and ethnicity.
Jennifer S. Barna, Assistant Professor of Counseling, 2009; Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2009. School Counselor identity development, school counseling programs and accountability, leadership, and advocacy, the impact of personal/social development on academic achievement.
Sr. Gail Cabral, IHM, Professor of Psychology, 1991; Ph.D., Catholic University of America, 1978. Myers-Briggs Type Indicator; gender differences, social-cognitive development, particularly in the area of friendship relations; relationship of psychology and religion.
C. Estelle Campenni, Associate Professor of Psychology and Counseling, 2000; Ph.D., Adelphi University, 1987.Cultivating mindfulness in daily life, implicit cognitive performance and mindfulness, well-being and mindfulness.
Brooke Cannon, Professor of Psychology and Counseling, 2000; Ph.D., Binghamton University, 1990. Neuropsychology, dementia, facial affect perception, psychology of film.
Edward J. Crawley, Associate Professor of Psychology and Counseling, 1999; Ph.D., Binghamton University, 1999. Auditory perception, spoken word recognition, and music cognition.
Francis J. DeMatteo, Director of School Psychology Program, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Counseling, 2009. Ed.D., Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 2005. Nationally Certified School Psychologist, 1999. Delivering multidisciplinary evaluation results to parents; family school relations; transition, learning outcomes assessment.
Bradley Janey, Associate Professor of Psychology and Counseling, 1999; Ph.D., Kansas State University, 1999. Psychological test construction, cross-cultural variations in masculinity, counseling males.
Janet L. Muse-Burke, Director of Practica and Internships, Psy.D. Program and Associate Professor of Psychology and Counseling, 2005; Ph.D., Lehigh University, 2004. Spirituality and religion, supervision and training, psychotherapy process and outcome, test construction.
Edward J. O’Brien, Professor of Psychology and Counseling, 1992; Ph.D., University of Massachusetts atAmherst, 1980. Cognitive and behavioral therapies; cognitive and experiential approaches to self-esteem change; stress and coping; outcomes assessment in higher education and mental health; effects of technological innovations in higher education.
David J. Palmiter, Jr., Professor of Psychology and Counseling, 1998; Ph.D., George Washington University, 1989. Child and adolescent disruptive behavioral disorders, psychological testing.
Tracie L. Pasold, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Counseling, 2012, Ph.D., University of Toledo, 2006. Parenting, eating disorders in children and adolescence.
David Renjilian, Director of Clinical Training and Professor of Psychology, 2000; Ph.D., Fairleigh Dickinson University, 1990. Development of mental health training materials, stress, coping, and burnout in health care professionals.
Robert S. Shaw, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Counseling and Director of Counseling/Student Development Center, 2009; Psy.D., Immaculata University, 2000. Psychological testing, interaction of psychology and spirituality.
Administrative Studies: Public Administration, Health Services Administration, and Gerontology Program
Alice Elaine McDonnell, Program Director and Professor of Public Administration, Health Services Administration and Gerontology, 1982. Gerontology; long-term care, role of hospice and other community resources in treatment of older cancer patients, Alzheimer’s disease, quality assurance, and geriatric Health Services Administration.
Alexander Dawoody, Associate Professor of Public Administration, 2009, Ph.D., Western Michigan University. Public policy, complexity theory, organizational dynamics.
Lisa Antoniacci, Biotechnology Program Director and Associate Professor of Biology, 2007; Ph.D., Lehigh University, 2005. Characterization of nuclear/chromatin processes, immunology and vaccine development, microbiology and biotechnology.
Christopher W. Brey, Assistant Professor of Biology, 2010; Ph.D., Montana State University, 1999. Functional genetics, molecular biology, and cellular localization of gene expression and regulation in the fat metabolic pathway of Caenorhabdidtis elegans.
Jay P. Clymer III, Associate Professor of Biology, 1983; Ph.D., Lehigh University, 1978. Competitive interactions and resource partitioning among salt marsh killifishes, Family Cyprinodontidae, Aquatic Biology, limnology, community trophic analysis, saltmarsh ecology.
Robin P. Ertl, Assistant Professor of Biology and Chemistry, 2011; Ph.D., Louisiana State University, 1997. Biochemical-toxicology and biochemical-evolution of xenobiotics (chemicals foreign to the body), examining the long term effects of classic pollutants and greenhouse gases on whole organisms and stem cells.
Deanne Dulik Garver, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, 2010; Ph.D., Virginia Commonwealth University, 1984. Organic chemistry, toxicology, analytical mass spectrometry, mechanisms of drug metabolite toxicity.
Deborah Hokien, Professor of Chemistry, 1997; Ph.D., Lehigh University, 1995. Visiting Associate Professor, University of California Davis. Analytical chemistry, biochemistry, synthetic chemistry (organometallic and polymer), phytoremediation and bioremediation studies, water quality chemistry and red wine polyphenols.
Michael C. Kiel, Science Department Chair and Associate Professor of Biology, 2004; Ph.D., University of Toronto, 2000. Human genome analysis with respect to disease and evolution; mechanisms of protein synthesis; control of gene expression, particularly at the translational level; protein/protein and protein/RNA interactions.
Monica Pierri-Galvao, Associate Professor of Physics, 2009; Ph.D., Penn State University. Medical physics, physics involved in the radiation treatment for cancer; mathematical physics, investigation on the quantum geometry of the space-time.
Phyllis Black, Professor of Social Work, 1994; Ph.D., Catholic University of America; C.M.F.C.* Ethical issues in social work practice and education, integrating genetics into social work practice and education, gatekeeping in social work education, grade inflation, social work education curriculum development.
Stephen Burke, Professor of Social Work, 1994; B.A., M.S.W.; Ph.D., University of Minnesota. Faith-based organizations and implications for social work education, economic safety-net issues.
Dennis Chapman, Assistant Professor of Social Work, 2011; Ph.D., University of Albany. Mental health practice/administration, gerontology, and group work.
Joseph P. Donohue, Instructor of Social Work, 2011; Assistant to the Director of the School of Social Work and Administrative Studies, 2004; M.A., Fordham University; M.S.W., Marywood University. Historical and philosophic roots of social work, application and integration of social work knowledge, values, ethics, and skills; social welfare administration.
Lea M. Dougherty, Lecturer of Social Work, 2011; M.S.W., Marywood University. Women’s issues, domestic violence, sexual assault, poverty, homelessness, oppression, and resiliency.
Christina C. Gigler, Instructor of Social Work, 2007; B.A., Shippensburg University; M.S.W., University of Maryland at Baltimore. Clinical social work practice with children, adolescents and families; child welfare issues; clinical supervision; crisis intervention; field education; and ethics.
B. Lynn Hutchings, Assistant Professor of Social Work, 2011; Ph.D., Rutgers University. The built environment, person-environment fit, physical and developmental disabilities, and aging.
Diane Keller, Associate Professor of Social Work, 1999; Director of the School of Social Work and Administrative Studies, 2013; B.S., Wilkes University; M.S., University of Scranton; M.S.W., Marywood University; Ph.D., Syracuse University. Individuals with disabilities or chronic illness and their families; children and their families; women and leadership; program evaluation studies.
Christine Kessen, Associate Professor of Social Work, 2007; B.A., M.S.W., University of Illinois; D.S.W., Columbia University. Contemplative practices and social work education.
Sister Angela Kim, IHM, Assistant Professor of Social Work, 2010; Ph.D., Catholic University of America. Children and adolescents, multicultural education, cultural competency in social work education and practice, bicultural ethnic identity development among immigrant children and their family members and international social work practice.
Lloyd L. Lyter, Professor of Social Work and Public Administration, 2003, B.A., East Stroudsburg State College; M.P.A., Temple University; M.S.W., Marywood University; Ph.D., Rutgers University. Behavioral health, substance abuse prevention, HIV disease, international social work.
Karen Rich, Associate Professor of Social Work, 2007; B.A., SUNY New Paltz; M.S.W., Wurzwieler; Ph.D., SUNY Albany. Formal and informal responses to crime victims, coping skills of victims with disabilities, sexual assault victim interviewing by police officers; stigmatization and coping skills of crime victims with disabilities.
Mark A. Shaffer, Instructor of Social Work. M.S.W., Marywood University. Resiliency, mental illness on college campuses.
Sunny Sinha, Assistant Professor of Social Work, 2012; Ph.D, University of South Carolina, Columbia. HIV presentation programs among at risk populations, human trafficking, women’s access to health care.
Kimiko Tanaka, Assistant Professor of Social Work, 2010; Ph.D., Columbia University. Clubhouse model for psychiatric recovery, resilience and support.
Steven Alexander, Professor of Art, 2013; M.F.A., Columbia University, 1977. Abstract paintings examining the metaphorical resonance of color, physicality and scale.
Susan Fugate Brangers, Assistant Professor of Art, 2008; Ph.D., University of Louisville, 2007. Roman art and architecture, specializing in Roman baths and funerary architecture.
Steven Brower, Assistant Professor of Art, 2011; M.F.A. National University, 2007; B.A. Graphic Design, California State University, Fullerton (1984). Designer, author, and lecturer on the subject of design and popular culture.
Ann Marie Castelgrande, Instructor of Art, 2008; M.A., Marywood University, 1976. Research of the history of art education.
Robert A. Griffith, Administrative Director, 2013, and Professor of Art, 1991; M.F.A., Southern Illinois University, 1976. Mixed media sculpture, production design, and related research.
Peter T. Hoffer, Associate Professor of Art, 1981; M.F.A., Cranbrook Academy of Art, 1968.Traditional printmaking with possibilities of computer applications and papermaking.
Joseph Jaworek, Assistant Professor of Art, 2012; M.A., New York University, 2006; ATR-BC, (Registered Art Therapist 2007 – Board-Certified Art Therapist, 2008). Focus oriented Art Therapy in the continuum of care of psychiatric treatment from threshold to community reintegration. Utilization of Art Therapy assessments in the initial crisis stabilization setting.
Niko J. Kallianiotis, Assistant Professor of Art, 2013; M.F.A., School of Visual Arts, 2013, M.A., Marywood University, 2011; Social documentary and street photography.
Christine Medley, Assistant Professor of Art, 2007; M.F.A., University of Maryland, 1995; Bachelor of Journalism, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1985. Design, printmaking, and distance learning.
John Meza, Associate Professor of Art, 1998; M.F.A., University of Oregon, 1988, M.F.A., Memphis State University, 1986. Investigation of software programs for applications in the fine and applied arts. Research in sustainable design.
Samuel Olfano, Assistant Professor of Art; 1995; M.F.A., University of Cincinnati, 1995. Photography, both product and process, as a visual language expressive of our linear thought and non-linear being.
Barbara Parker-Bell, Psy.D., M.S., Associate Professor of Art, 2001; Psy.D., M.S., Clinical Psychology, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, 2008; M.A., Lesley College Graduate School, 1985. Expressive Therapy. LPC-Licensed Professional Counselor #PC00315, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 2003. A.T.R.-BC (Board Certified Art Therapist) 1996, A.T.R. (Registered Art Therapist) 1988. Professional caregiver coping. Integration of cognitive behavioral therapy and technology with Art Therapy.
Pamela M. Parsons, Associate Professor of Art, 2001; M.F.A., Indiana University, 1990. Oil Painting.
Linda Dugan Partridge, Associate Professor of Art History, 1993; Ph.D., University of Delaware, 1992. Art of the United States; 19th century art of natural history and John James Audubon.
Mathew Povse, Assistant Professor of Art, 1990; M.F.A., University of Guanajuato, Mexico, 1969, M.F.A., Cranbrook Academy of Art, 1973. Multimedia sculpture that includes forms made from clay, wood, and concrete.
Mark Webber, Assistant Professor of Art, 2008; M.F.A., Parsons School of Design, 1983. Figure painting, Italian Renaissance, Modernism and its debt to the past.
Stephanie Wise, Clinical Assistant Professor of Art, 2007; M.A., New York University Graduate Art Therapy Program, 2001; Licensed NY State Creative Arts Therapist #000028, 2005. ATR-BC (Registered Art Therapist 2004 - Board Certified 2005). Exploration of the value of art and drama therapy utilized in the classroom by Jordanian teachers as a means to help teachers help Iraqi children traumatized by war. Trauma, with particular emphasis on PTSD, in working with war veterans.