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Accounting

NING REN

Assistant Professor of AccountingB.S., Xidian University, China; M.S., Rochester Institute of Technology; Ph.D. of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Specialties:

Financial accounting, tax avoidance, auditing, corporate finance

Publications:

Ren, N. Francis, B. & Wu, Q., “Banking Deregulation and Corporate Tax Avoidance", China Journal of Accounting Research, forthcoming

REBECCA L. ROSNER

Professor of AccountingB.S., B.B.A., Brooklyn College; M.B.A., Ph.D., Baruch College, City University of New York; C.P.A.

Specialties:

Audit quality, fraudulent financial reporting, auditor's risk assessment, audit fees, auditor independence, and accounting information systems education.

Publications:

Co-author, “Auditor Fees and Fraud Firms” in press in Contemporary Accounting Research
Co-author, “Auditor Fee Data Concerns: Implications for Future Research” published in Current Issues in Auditing
Co-author, “The Auditor’s Assessment of fraud Risk: A Fuzzy Logic Approach” published in Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting.
Author, “Earnings Manipulation in Failing Firms,” published in Contemporary Accounting Research
Co-author, “A New Approach to Assessing Materiality,” published in the CPA Journal
Author, “A Software Evaluation and Selection Project for a Graduate Accounting Information Systems Class,” published in the Information Systems Section of the American Accounting Association’s Compendium of Cases and Tools for AIS Applications
Co-author, “An Investigation of the Emerging Trend Towards a Laptop Requirement for Accounting Majors” published in Accounting Education: An international Journal

Art

SEUNG LEE

Director of Fine Arts; Professor of ArtB.F.A., Maryland Institute of Art; M.F.A., Pratt Institute

Specialties:

Painting, Drawing, Installation Art, Mixed Media

Exhibits:

Solo exhibits in Paris, France; Seoul, Busan and DaeJeon, Korea; Kyoto, Japan; Florence, Italy; New York City; Long Island; and Maryland.

Honors/Awards:

  • Recipient, Mandelbaum Merit Scholarship to study at the Studio Art Center International, Florence, Italy
  • Artist Residency, Paik Hae Young Gallery’s Guest House, Choung Pyong, Korea
  • Judge, Tri-county Art Exhibition for Town of Oyster Bay, Korean Young Artist Competition, Long Beach Art League’s Calendar Competition, Suburban Art League Exhibition, National Women Pen Association Annual Exhibition, Citi Bank Art Competition and Young Korean Art Exchange Exhibition at Space World Gallery

Affiliations

  • Member, Board of Directors, Alpan Gallery, Huntington, N.Y.
  • Member, College Art Association
  • Member, Korean American University Professors
FRANK OLT

Professor of ArtB.F.A., M.F.A., C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University

Specialties:

Ceramics

Exhibits:

Commissions Include

  • “Temple Quad Reliefs,” 23rd Street/Ely Avenue subway station, New York City, public art commissioned by the MTA-New York City Transit

Exhibitions Include:

  • “Frank Olt: Recent Work,” Lohin Geduld Gallery, New York City
  • “Frank Olt,” Grand Bohemian Gallery, Savannah, Ga.
  • “Along the Way: MTA Arts for Transit,” UBS Art Gallery, New York City
  • “Recent Work,” Gallery Maru Sankaku Shikaku, Kyoto, Japan

CERAMIC ARTS

FRANK OLT

Professor of ArtB.F.A., M.F.A., C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University

Specialties:

Ceramics

Exhibits:

Commissions Include

  • “Temple Quad Reliefs,” 23rd Street/Ely Avenue subway station, New York City, public art commissioned by the MTA-New York City Transit

Exhibitions Include:

  • “Frank Olt: Recent Work,” Lohin Geduld Gallery, New York City
  • “Frank Olt,” Grand Bohemian Gallery, Savannah, Ga.
  • “Along the Way: MTA Arts for Transit,” UBS Art Gallery, New York City
  • “Recent Work,” Gallery Maru Sankaku Shikaku, Kyoto, Japan

Audiology

JOHN AMATO JR.

Associate Professor: Department of Communication Sciences and DisordersB.A., Hofstra University; M.S., Ithaca College; EdM, EdD Columbia University

Specialties:

 

ROBERT A. DOMINGO

Chair, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Associate Professor of Education
B.A., SUNY Plattsburgh; M.S., Adelphi University; M.Phil., Ph.D., The Graduate School, CUNY

Specialties:

Developmental disabilities and Autism; Alternative / Augmentative Communication; Dysphagia; Motor Speech Disorders; Aphasia; Child Language Acquisition; Neuroantomy

Publications:

Co-Author, “Autism Related Curriculum in New York State Graduate Speech-Language Pathology Programs”, Excelsior: Leadership in Teaching and Learning, 2013. 

Author, Speech / Swallowing Questions in “Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: Q and A Review” (L. Weiss, MD; H. Lenaburg, MD; J. Weiss, MD, Eds.), Demos Medical Publishing, LLC. (2013)  

Co-Author, “Academic Edge: Are New York State CSD Programs Ready for Autisam? Is Anyone?” ASHA leader, vol. 18 (4), 30-31, 2013. 

Author, Communication Disorders in “Oxford American Handbook for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation” (L. Weiss, MD; J. Weiss, MD; and T. Pobre, MD, Eds.), Oxford University Press, 2010.

Author, Swallowing Disorders in “Oxford American Handbook for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation” (L. Weiss, MD; J. Weiss, MD; and T. Pobre, MD, Eds.), Oxford University Press, 2010.

Author, The life-long development of communication in people with mental retardation. In “Introduction to Organic and Neurogenic Disorders of Communication, Scope of Practice” (C. Ferrand & R. Bloom, Eds.), Allyn & Bacon Publishers. (1997)

Author, The expression of pragmatic intentions in adults with mental retardation during instructional discourse. In “Discourse Analysis and Applications: Studies in Adult Clinical Populations”, R. Bloom, L. Obler, S. DeSanti & J. Ehrlich (Eds.), Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates (1994).

Lecturer, “Assessment of Dysphagia in the Adult Stroke Population,” presented at Nassau University Medical Center (2013). 

Lecturer, “Dysphagia grand rounds: A comparison of MBS and FEES(ST) techniques in the evaluation and treatment of swallowing disorders,” presented at LIU / Post (2010).

Lecturer, “Assessment and treatment of severe articulatory and apraxic-like disorders”, presented at Staff Training Workshop, Brentwood Public Schools, Department of Speech and Hearing, Brentwood, NY (2005).

Lecturer, “Cognitive and linguistic aspects of development in children with autism spectrum disorders”, presented to 2nd Annual NSSLHA Workshop, C.W. Post Chapter, Brookville, NY (2005).

Lecturer, “Get your Motor Running! Diagnosis and treatment of developmental motor speech disorders in children”, Monroe BOCES: Professional Staff Development, Rochester, NY (2005).

Lecturer, “You Don’t Say! Speech-language therapy services for persons with aphasiaAnnual Meeting of Therapeutic Recreational Association of Suffolk County, Lindenhurst, NY. (2004).

Lecturer, “Classroom-based language intervention and collaboration for the speech-language pathologist” Staff Training Workshop, Smithtown Central School District, Department of Speech and Hearing, Smithtown, NY. (2004).

Honors/Awards:

2008: David Newton Award for Excellence in Teaching, LIU / Post

2003: Long Island Speech-Language-Hearing Association “Honors of the Association”

2010, 2008, 2005, 2003, 2000, 1998, 1996: ASHA ACE Awards; Continuing Education

Professional Affiliations

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association : Board of Directors for Universities and Labs (2010 - present)

Long Island Speech-Language-Hearing Association : Past President; Chair of Student Concerns Committee (2013)

MARGARET M. LASKOWSKI, PH.D., CCC-SLP/TSHH-BE

Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences and DisordersB.S., Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology, The College of New Jersey; M.S., Speech Language Pathology, Columbia University; Ph.D., Speech Physiology , Columbia University

Specialties:

Language development and language learning disorders, cultural and linguistic diversity, motor speech disorders, pre-speech/feeding disorders, autism spectrum disorder, and evaluation and intervention.

Publications:


Honors/Awards:


Professional Affiliations

American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA)
Long Island Speech-Language and Hearing Association (LISHA)
New York State Speech-Language and Hearing Association (NYSSLHA)


LORI M. NEWMAN, MA, CCC-SLP/TSHH

Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Assistant Clinical Director: Ladge speech and Hearing Center & NTTA
B.A., St Joseph's University ; M.A., St John's University

Specialties:

Supervision, autism spectrum disorder and early childhood development.

Publications:


Honors/Awards:


Professional Affiliations

American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA)
Long Island Speech-Language and Hearing Association (LISHA)
Metropolitan New York Council of University Clinic 


JOYCE RUBENSTEIN

Administrator & Clinical Director: Ladge speech and Hearing Center; Professor of Communication Sciences and DisordersB.A., M.A., Hofstra University; Ph.D., New York University

Specialties:

Supervision, counseling the communicative impaired, neurogenic communication disorders

Publications:

Author, Rubenstein, Joyce A. “The Relationship Between Changes in Self-Concept and Changes in Esophageal Speech” Doctoral dissertation, New York University 1982.

Co-author, Slavin, Dianne C. & Rubenstein, Joyce A.  The Relationship Between Esophageal Speech Acquisition and Self-            Concept Following Total Laryngectomy. The Journal for the Professional Counselor. 11(12), Fall, 1996.

Honors/Awards:

Phi Betta Kappa

ASHA ACE Awards for continuing education

Professional Affiliations

American Speech/Language and Hearing Association

New York State Speech/Language and Hearing Association

Long Island Speech/Language and Hearing Association

American Cancer Society

National Aphasia Association

Long Island Hearing Screening Program (secretary for 5  years)

Metropolitan New York Council of University Clinic Directors (President since 2011, Co-Founder and Secretary for six years prior)

Association for Aging Research (grant reviewer for four years)

Comer Project - Westbury School District

DR. TIMOTHY RUEDEMAN

Adjunct Professor of Saxophone, Department of Music BA Oberlin College; MM New York University; PhD New York University

Publications:

Lyric-form Archetype and the Early Works for Saxophone Quartet, 1844-1928 (2008), PhD Dissertation, UMI

Exhibits:

  • Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY, “Celebrating Sax Exhibit: Bi-centenary of the birth of Adolphe Sax
  • American Musical Instrument Society: Presentation and Demonstration of Original Adolphe Sax Instruments
  • Soundscape Festival, Macagno, Italy: Featured Guest Performer and Faculty
  • NYU Summer Woodwind Intensive, NY: Co-Director of Saxophone Institute for high-school and college saxophonists.
  • Concerts, and Lecture Presentations on Entartete Musik: Degenerate Music, Music Banned by the Third Reich: Temple B’nai Torah Wantagh, NY, Oberlin Conservatory of Music, Ohio, Nicholas Roerich Museum, NY.
  • Selected Master Classes: Manhattan School of Music, Peabody Conservatory, William and Mary, American University, Syracuse University, University of Utah, Brigham Young University, Bowdoin College, Tulane University, University of Houston, Kean University, Newark Arts HS.

Recordings:

Selected Recordings:       

  • Music of Dimitri Tymoczko, Flexible Music, Bridge Records 2016
  • Henry Cowell Hymn and Fuguing Tune No. 18, Naxos 2016
  • Jeff Scott: The Gift of Life- The Urban Classical Music Project, CD Baby 2015
  • Breathing Lessons, New Hudson Saxophone Quartet, NAXOS 2011
  • Andrew Waggoner: Terror and Memory, Flexible Music, Albany Records 2011
  • The Music of Steve Ricks, Flexible Music, Bridge Records 2011
  • Quartet at the Crossroads, New Hudson Saxophone Quartet, Ravello 2010
  • FM, Flexible Music, New Focus Recordings 2009
  • A Concert of Music by Allen Brings, Flexible Music 2008
  • Sustenance, Flexible Music, New Focus Recordings 2007
  • Nicholas Flagello: Concerto Sinfonico, New Hudson Saxophone Quartet, NAXOS 2006
  • Pussy Cats Starring The Walkmen, Record Collection 2006
  • Architectonics, Absolute Ensemble, Ccn’C 2001
  • America’s Millennium Tribute to Adolphe Sax Volume VII, New Hudson Saxophone
  • Quartet, University of Arizona Recordings 2001
  • The American Muse, New Hudson Saxophone Quartet, Allegro Records 2001
  • America’s Millennium Tribute to Adolphe Sax Volume V, New Hudson Saxophone
  • Quartet, University of Arizona Recordings 2000

Autism

KATHLEEN M. FEELEY

Associate Professor of EducationB.A., M.S., St. John’s University; Ph.D., University of Minnesota

Specialties:

Autism Education, Down Syndrome, Inclusive Education

Affiliation

  • Director, Center for Community Inclusion
EDWARD R. LANSDALE

Chair, Department of Psychology; Adjunct Professor of Public Relations, Department of Communications and FilmB.A, Journalism, The University of Arizona; M.S., Mass Communication, Boston University

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Bats

WILLIAM A. SCHUTT JR.

Professor of BiologyB.A., C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University; M.A., SUNY Geneseo; Ph.D., Cornell University

Specialties:

Vertebrate Anatomy and Zoology, Bat Biology (especially vampire bats), Evolution, Mammalogy, Biology of Blood-Feeding Creatures

Publications:

  • Author, “Dark Banquet: Blood and the Curious Lives of Blood Feeding Creatures”

Affiliation

  • American Museum of Natural History, Dept. of Mammalogy, Research Associate (in residence)
CHERIE SEROTA

Adjunct Professor, Fashion Merchandising Communications and FilmB.A., University of Michigan

Publications:

  • Co-author, “Pregnancy Chic, The Fashion Survival Guide” (1998)
  • Author, “Meeting the Millennial Challenge” Women’s Wear Daily (2016)
  • Author, “Cultivating the Next Generation of Fashion Professionals” Apparel (2015)
  • Author, “Finding the Perfect College Fit in Fashion Merchandising." CollegeXpress: Scholarships, College Search, Lists and Rankings. (2015) Web
  • Author, "Cultivating the Next Generation of Fashion." Job Postings. Sewing and Design School (2015) Web 


Bias Crimes

ERIC LICHTEN

Chair, Department of Sociology and Anthropology; Professor of SociologyB.A., Queens College; M.Phil., Ph.D., The Graduate Center, CUNY

Specialties:

Economic Sociology and Social Class in America; Fiscal Crises and Public Policy; Hate, Bias and Prejudice in America (including Hate Crimes); Inequality in America; Social Problems of American Society; Political Sociology (Politics and Society) and Public Policy; War and Peace Issues (including Military Sociology)

Affiliation

  • Member, Nassau County Anti-Bias Task Force

Biology

THEODORE J. BRUMMEL

Associate Professor of Biology; ChairB.A., Transylvania University; Ph.D., University of California Irvine

Specialties:

Genetics of Aging, Molecular Genetics of Drosophila Development, Symbiosis

Publications:

  • Co-author, “Drosophila Lifespan Enhancement by Exogenous Bacteria,” published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the United States of America
  • Co-author, “Prandiology of Drosophila in Café Assay,” published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the United States of America
  • Co-author, “Isolation and Characterization of Polymorphic Microsatellite Loci for the Three-Toed Box Turtle,” published in Molecular Ecology Resources
  • Co-author, “Immunity and Aging: The Enemy Within,” published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the United States of America
TRACY L. CALLENDER

Assistant Professor of BiologyB.A., Hunter College, CUNY; Ph.D., Stony Brook University

Specialties:

Yeast Genetics, Cell and Molecular Biology

Publications:

Liu Y, Gaines WA, Callender, T, Busygina V, Oke, A, Sung P, et al. (2014) Down-regulation of Rad51 Activity during Meiosis in Yeast, Prevents Competition with Dmc1 for Repair of Double-Strand Breaks. PLoS Genetics 10(1): e1004005

Callender T. L., and N. M. Hollingsworth, (2010) Mek1 suppression of meiotic double-strand break repair is specific to sister chromatids, chromosome autonomous and independent of Rec8 cohesin complexes. Genetics 185: 771-782.

Honors/Awards:

NIH IRACDA Postdoctoral Fellowship (2012-2015)

Howard Hughes Postdoctoral Fellowship (2011- 2012)

W. Burghardt Turner Dissertation Fellowship (2008-2009)

NIH NIGMS RISE (MBRS) Fellowship (2001-2003)

KARIN A. MELKONIAN

Advisor, Pre-Medical Sciences Advisement Committee; Associate Professor of BiologyB.A., Connecticut College ; Ph.D., Stony Brook University

Specialties:

Cell Biology, Microbiology, Molecular Biology

STEPHEN T. TETTELBACH

Professor of BiologyB.S., University of Miami; M.S., University of Washington; Ph.D., University of Connecticut

Specialties:

Shellfish Restoration, Bay Scallops, Mollusks, Marine Biology, Fisheries Biology, Aquaculture, Coral Reef Ecology, Scuba Diving

Publications:

Tettelbach, S.T., J.R. Europe, C.R.H. Tettelbach, J. Havelin, B.S. Rodgers, B.T. Furman, M. Velasquez. 2017. Hard clam walking: active horizontal locomotion of adult Mercenaria mercenaria at the sediment surface and behavioral suppression after extensive sampling. PLoS ONE 12(3):e0173626.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0173626.

      Tettelbach S.T., B.J. Peterson, J.M. Carroll, B.T. Furman, S.W.T. Hughes, J. Havelin, J.R. Europe, D.M. Bonal, A.J. Weinstock & C.F. Smith. 2015. Aspiring to an altered stable state: rebuilding of bay scallop populations and fisheries following intensive restoration. Marine Ecology Progress Series 529:121-136.

      Tettelbach, S.T., K. Tetrault & J. Carroll. 2014. Efficacy of Netminder® silicone release coating for biofouling reduction in bay scallop grow-out and comparative effects on scallop survival, growth and reproduction. Aquaculture Research 45:234-242.

      Tettelbach S.T., B.J. Peterson, J.M. Carroll, S.W.T. Hughes, D.M. Bonal, A.J. Weinstock, J.R. Europe, B.T. Furman & C.F. Smith. 2013. Priming the larval pump: resurgence of bay scallop recruitment following initiation of intensive restoration efforts. Marine Ecology Progress Series 478:153-172.

      Carroll, J.M., B.T. Furman, S.T. Tettelbach, B.J. Peterson. 2012. Balancing the edge effects budget: bay scallop settlement and loss along a seagrass edge. Ecology 93:1637–1647.

      Tettelbach, S.T., D. Barnes, J. Aldred, G. Rivara, D. Bonal, A. Weinstock, C. Fitzsimons-Diaz, J. Thiel, M.C. Cammarota, A. Stark, K. Wejnert, R. Ames, J. Carroll. 2011. Utility of high density plantings in bay scallop, Argopecten irradians irradians, restoration. Aquaculture International. 19(4):715-739.

      Carroll, J. M., B. J. Peterson, D. Bonal, A. Weinstock, C. F. Smith and S. T. Tettelbach. 2010. Comparative survival of bay scallops in eelgrass and the introduced alga, Codium fragile, in a New York estuary. Marine Biology 157:249–259.

      Newell, R. I. E., S. T. Tettelbach, C. J. Gobler, and D. G. Kimmel. 2009.  Relationships between reproduction in suspension-feeding hard clams Mercenaria mercenaria and phytoplankton community structure. Marine Ecology Progress Series 387:179-196.

      Tettelbach, S. T. and C. F. Smith. 2009. Bay scallop restoration in New York. Ecological Restoration 27(1):20-22. 

     Tettelbach, S. T. and A. Weinstock. 2008. Direct observation of bay scallop spawning in New York waters. Bulletin of Marine Science 28(2): 213-219.

Honors/Awards:

David Newton Award for Excellence in Teaching, Long Island University

Environmental Champion Award, North Fork Environmental Council (NY)

Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers

Outstanding Cooperator Award, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suf­folk County (NY)

Thurlow C. Nelson Award for Best Student Paper, 78th Annual Meeting of the National Shell­fisheries Association

Elected to Phi Kappa Phi Honorary Society

Elected to Delta Theta Mu Biology Honorary Society

Scholar-Athlete Award for Varsity Soccer Team, Univers­ity of Miami

Professional Affliations

Member and former Treasurer, Vice-President, President-Elect, President, National Shellfisheries Association

Member, American Association for the Advance­ment of Science

Member, Conchologists of America 

 

Business

JAMES FREELEY

Associate Professor of ManagementB.S., Fordham University; M.B.A., Pace University; Ph.D., Fordham University

Specialties:

Corporate Social Responsibility; Entrepreneurship; General Management; Work, Productivity and People; Small Business Governance

GREGORY S. HUNTER

Director, Doctor of Philosophy in Information Studies ; Director, Certificate Program in Archives and Records Management; Professor of Library and Information ScienceB.A., St. John's University; M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., New York University

Specialties:

Archives and Records Management, Digital Preservation

Publications:

  • Author, "Developing and Maintaining Practical Archives, Third Edition" (forthcoming)
  • Author, “Developing and Maintaining Practical Archives, Second Edition” (2003) —winner of the Society of American Archivists’ 2004 Waldo Gifford Leland Award
  • Author, “Preserving Digital Information” (2000) — winner of the Society of American Archivists’ 2001 Preservation Publication Award
  • Author, “Hector R. Skifter: Radio Pioneer, Industrial Leader, and Defense Advisor, 1901-1964” (1997)
  • Author, “Developing and Maintaining Practical Archives” (1997)
  • Co-author, “Historians and Archivists: Educating the Next Generation” (1993) Author, “The Manhattan Company: Managing a Multi-unit Corporation in New York City, 1799-1842” (1989)
  • Co-author, hard cover guide and index to The United Negro College Fund Archives on Microfiche (1983)
  • Author, "Business Archives," published in “Archival Information: How to Find It, How to Use It” (2004)
  • Author, “A Win-Win Situation: Knowledge Management and the Institutional Archives,” published in “Knowledge Management Lessons Learned: What Works and What Doesn’t” (2004)
  • Author, “Appraisal and Retention of Digital Records,” published in History News (2002)
  • Author, “The Digital Future: A Look Ahead,” published in the Information Management Journal (2002)
  • Co-author, “Toward Better Documenting and Interpreting of the Past: What History Graduate Programs in the Twenty-First Century Should Teach About Archival Practices,” published in American Archivist (1993)
  • Co-author, "Is the Past Still Prologue?: History and Archival Education," published in American Archivist (1993)
  • Co-author, "Historians and Archivists: A Rationale for Cooperation,” published in the Journal of American History (1993)
  • Author, "Reprography," published in the World Encyclopedia of Library and Information Services, Third Edition (1993)
  • Author, “Review: ‘Sources for U.S. History: Nineteenth-Century Communities’ by W.B. Stephens,” published in American Archivist (1992)
  • Author, “Chase: Blame It On Aaron Burr?” published in New York Newsday (1990)
  • Author, “The Water Company That Turned to Money,” published in Harvard Business Review (1990)
  • Author, “Chase/Manhattan Companies,” published in the Encyclopedia of American Business History and Biography: Banking and Finance to 1913 (1990)
  • Author, “Improvement Banks,” published in the Encyclopedia of American Business History and Biography: Banking and Finance to 1913 (1990)
  • Author, “Stephen Girard,” published in the Encyclopedia of American Business History and Biography: Banking and Finance to 1913 (1990)
  • Author, “August Belmont,” published in the Encyclopedia of American Business History and Biography: Banking and Finance to 1913 (1990)
  • Author, “Walter Wriston,” published in the Encyclopedia of American Business History and Biography: Banking and Finance, 1913-1989 (1990)
  • Author, “The Manhattan Company: Managing a Multi-unit Corporation in New York City, 1799-1842,” published in “New York and the Rise of American Capitalism: Economic Development and the Social and Political History of an American State, 1780-1870” (1989)
  • Author, "Microcomputing and Micrographics Control," published in Inform (1987)
  • Author, “Records Management Manual” (1987)
  • Author, "Filling the GAP: Planning at the Local and Individual Levels," published in American Archivist (1987)
  • "Archival Management: The 1980s and Beyond." The Records and Retrieval Report, 2:8 (October 1986), 9-12. Author, "Thinking Small to Think Big: Archives, Micrographics and the Life Cycle of Records," published in American Archivist (1986)
  • Author, "The Development of Bankers: Career Patterns and Corporate Form at the Manhattan Company, 1799-1842," published in Business and Economic History (1985)
  • Editor, MARAC Technical Leaflet Series. Issues published: "Appraisal of Social Welfare Case Files," "Computing the Total Cost of Archival Processing," "Planning for Archival Programs: An Introduction" and "Processing Congressional Collections" Editor, Workbook for the UNCF Archival Training Institute (1982)
  • Contributor, “A Selected Bibliography on Business Archives and Records Management” (1981)
  • Co-author, "Archives and the College Work-study Program," published in Georgia Archive (1981)
  • Contributor, “Starting an Archives,” published in “Problems in Archives Kit, Number 3” (1980)

Honors/Awards:

  • Recipient, David Newton Award for Excellence in Teaching, Long Island University (2005)
  • Fellow, Society of American Archivists (2004)
  • Recipient, Waldo Gifford Leland Award, Society of American Archivists (2004)
  • Nominee, Emmett Leahy Award (2003, 2004)
  • Winner, Preservation Publication Award, Society of American Archivists (2001)
  • Inductee, Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels, nominated by Kentucky Secretary of State John Y. Brown III (2001)
  • Founding President, Academy of Certified Archivists (1989)
  • Mellon Foundation Fellow, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan (Summer 1991, Summer 1992)

Affiliations

  • Certified Records Manager (1988-present)
  • Certified Archivist (1989-present)
  • Member, Society of American Archivists
  • Member, Academy of Certified Archivists
  • Member, Institute of Certified Records Managers
  • Member, ARMA International
  • Former Officer, Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference
  • Member, Archivists Roundtable of Metropolitan New York
DAVID S. JALAJAS

Professor of ManagementA.B., Occidental College; M.S., San Jose State University; Ph.D., Stanford University

Specialties:

Conflict Management, Downsizing, Managerial Decision Making, Stress Management

Publications:

Co-author, “Finding a good job: Academic network centrality and early occupational outcomes in management academia,” published in the Journal of Organizational Behavior (2012).

Co-author, “Technological Relatedness, Boundary-Spanning Combination of Knowledge and the Impact of Innovation: Evidence of an Inverted-U Relationship,” published in the Journal of High Technology Management Research (2010).

Co-author, “Sources of innovation for high-tech SMEs: A comparison of USA, Canada, and Portugal,” published in the International Journal of Technology Management (2005).

Co-author, “Innovation sources of large and small technology-based firms,” published in IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management (2004).

Co-author, “The innovation work environment of high-tech SMEs in the U.S. and Canada,” published in R&D Management (2002).

Co-author,  “The influence of motivation versus downsizing on individual behavior,” published in Human Resource Development Quarterly (1999).

Co-author, “A Comparison of the Impact of Past and the Threat of Future Downsizing on Workers,” published in the Journal of Social Behavior and Personality (1999).

Co-author, “The threat of organizational downsizing on the innovative propensity of R&D professionals,” published in R&D Management (1999).

Co-author, “Technological innovation support: A comparison of domestic and multinational high-tech firms in Canada,” published in Technology Studies (1996).

Co-author, “Author’s response: Organization, culture, and communications perspectives on technological innovation support” published in Technology Studies (1996).

Co-author,  “The effect of downsizing on the behaviors and motivations of survivors,” published in the Organization Development Journal (1996).

Author, “The role of self-esteem in the stress process:  Empirical results from job hunting,” published in the Journal of Applied Social Psychology (1994).

Co-author, “Technology transfer utilizing partnering and a self-managed project team: Lessons learned,” published in the Project Management Journal (1993).

Co-author,  “Feuds in student groups: Coping with Whiners, Martyrs, Saboteurs, Bullies, and Deadbeats,” published in the book “Mastering Management Education: Innovations in Teaching Effectiveness” (1993).

Co-author, “Feuds in student groups:  Coping with Whiners, Martyrs, Saboteurs, Bullies, and Deadbeats,” published in The Organizational Behavior Teaching Review (1985).

Honors/Awards:

Recipient, Professor of the Year, Beta Gamma Sigma (business school honor society) (2010)

Recipient, Faculty Member of the Year, Professional Experience and Career Planning Department (2008)

Professional Affiliations

Senior Member, Institute of Industrial Engineers
PATRIZIA PORRINI

Associate Professor of ManagementB.S., M.B.A., New York University; Ph.D., Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University

Specialties:

Corporate and Individual Ethics, Mergers and Acquisitions, Mobilizing and Motivating Employees Toward Organizational Goals, Negotiation, Situation Analysis, Strategic Alliances, Strategic Analysis

Publications:

  • Co-author, “Above the Board: How Ethical CEOs Create Honest Organizations”
  • Author, “Can a Previous Alliance Between an Acquirer and a Target Affect Acquisition Performance?” published in the Journal of Management
  • Author, “Alliance Experience in High-Tech and Basic-Tech Acquisitions,” published in the Journal of High Technology Management Research

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

JAMES FREELEY

Associate Professor of ManagementB.S., Fordham University; M.B.A., Pace University; Ph.D., Fordham University

Specialties:

Corporate Social Responsibility; Entrepreneurship; General Management; Work, Productivity and People; Small Business Governance

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

WEI YANG

Associate Professor of ManagementB.S., in Automation, Huazhong University of Science and Technology,; M.S., in Electrical Engineering, Tsinghua University, China; Ph.D., in Management of Manufacturing and Automation, Carnegie Mellon, USA

Specialties:

Revenue management, Vehicle routing, Supply chain management

Publications:

  • Co-author (2010), “Managing Uncertainty in On-demand Air Travel,” published in Transportation Research, Part E, 46 (6): 1169-1179.
  • Co-author (2010), “A Revenue Management Model for Products with Two Capacity Dimensions,” published in European Journal of Operational Research, 205 (2): 412-421.
  • Co-author (2009), “Optimal Reserve Price for the Generalized Second-Price Auction in Sponsored Search Advertising,” published in Journal of Electronic Commerce Research, 10 (3): 114-129.
  • Co-author (2009), “Channel Strategies for Durable Goods: Coexistence of Selling and Leasing to Individual and Corporate Consumers,” published in Production and Operations Management 18 (4):  402-410.
  • Co-author (2009), “Revenue Management in China: an industry and research overview,” published in Journal of Revenue and Pricing Management, 8 (4): 357-372.
  • Co-author (2008), “Aircraft and Crew Scheduling for Fractional Ownership Programs,” published in Annals of Operations Research, 159 (1): 415-431.
  • Co-author (2012), “Optimal Reserve Price in Sponsored Search Advertising,” invited submission.
  • Co-author (2012), “Dynamic Analysis of the Reserve Price in Sponsored Search Auction,” Working paper.
  • Co-author (2007), “Optimization vs. Persistence in Scheduling: Heuristics to Manage Uncertainty in On-Demand Air Travel”, Proceedings of The 3rd Multidisciplinary International Conference on Scheduling: Theory and Applications. p242-251, Paris, France, summer 2007.
  • Co-author (2005), “Scheduling Multiple Types of Time Shared Aircraft: Models and Methods for Practice”, Proceedings of The 2nd Multidisciplinary International Conference on Scheduling: Theory and Applications, p19-38, Stern School of Business, New York University, USA.

Honors/Awards:

2001-02 Best Student Teacher Award for Teaching in the Undergraduate Business Administration Program, voted by students and faculty members, presented by Department of Business Administration, GSIA, Carnegie Mellon University.       

Doctoral Fellowship, William Larimer Mellon Foundation.                                   

GE China Scholarship.

Professional Affiliations

Reviewers for European Journal of Operational Research, Journal of Operational Research Society, Transportation Science, Computer and Operations Research.

Member of INFORMS.

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

WEI YANG

Associate Professor of ManagementB.S., in Automation, Huazhong University of Science and Technology,; M.S., in Electrical Engineering, Tsinghua University, China; Ph.D., in Management of Manufacturing and Automation, Carnegie Mellon, USA

Specialties:

Revenue management, Vehicle routing, Supply chain management

Publications:

  • Co-author (2010), “Managing Uncertainty in On-demand Air Travel,” published in Transportation Research, Part E, 46 (6): 1169-1179.
  • Co-author (2010), “A Revenue Management Model for Products with Two Capacity Dimensions,” published in European Journal of Operational Research, 205 (2): 412-421.
  • Co-author (2009), “Optimal Reserve Price for the Generalized Second-Price Auction in Sponsored Search Advertising,” published in Journal of Electronic Commerce Research, 10 (3): 114-129.
  • Co-author (2009), “Channel Strategies for Durable Goods: Coexistence of Selling and Leasing to Individual and Corporate Consumers,” published in Production and Operations Management 18 (4):  402-410.
  • Co-author (2009), “Revenue Management in China: an industry and research overview,” published in Journal of Revenue and Pricing Management, 8 (4): 357-372.
  • Co-author (2008), “Aircraft and Crew Scheduling for Fractional Ownership Programs,” published in Annals of Operations Research, 159 (1): 415-431.
  • Co-author (2012), “Optimal Reserve Price in Sponsored Search Advertising,” invited submission.
  • Co-author (2012), “Dynamic Analysis of the Reserve Price in Sponsored Search Auction,” Working paper.
  • Co-author (2007), “Optimization vs. Persistence in Scheduling: Heuristics to Manage Uncertainty in On-Demand Air Travel”, Proceedings of The 3rd Multidisciplinary International Conference on Scheduling: Theory and Applications. p242-251, Paris, France, summer 2007.
  • Co-author (2005), “Scheduling Multiple Types of Time Shared Aircraft: Models and Methods for Practice”, Proceedings of The 2nd Multidisciplinary International Conference on Scheduling: Theory and Applications, p19-38, Stern School of Business, New York University, USA.

Honors/Awards:

2001-02 Best Student Teacher Award for Teaching in the Undergraduate Business Administration Program, voted by students and faculty members, presented by Department of Business Administration, GSIA, Carnegie Mellon University.       

Doctoral Fellowship, William Larimer Mellon Foundation.                                   

GE China Scholarship.

Professional Affiliations

Reviewers for European Journal of Operational Research, Journal of Operational Research Society, Transportation Science, Computer and Operations Research.

Member of INFORMS.

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Ceramics

PHYLLIS KUDDER SULLIVAN

Senior Professor of ArtB.S., Hofstra University; M.F.A., Long Island University

Specialties:

Ceramics

Publications:

Reviews, Interviews and Citations:

  • “Phyllis Kudder Sullivan: Vorm en contravorm bepalen uitstraling werk,” published in Keramiek “500 Ceramic Sculptures” (2009)
  • “Ceramic Extruding, Inspiration and Technique”
  • “Extruded Ceramics”
  • “Architectural Ceramics”
  • “Pushing the Ceramic Into the Metaphorical Realm,” published in The New York Times (1998)
  • “The Ceramic Design Book: A Gallery of Contemporary Work” (1998)
  • “Handbuilt Ceramics”
  • “Die Biennale der Keramik in Vallauris,” published in Neve Keramik (1994)
  • “The 1993 NCECA Clay National,” published in the NCECA Journal (1993-1994)
  • “NCECA Clay National, 1993,” published in Ceramics – Art and Perception (1993)
  • “New Artists Invoke Traditions and Start in Own Directions,” published in The New York Times, Sunday (1992)
  • “From the Studio,” published in The East Hampton Star (1992)

Exhibits:

International juried exhibitions in Australia, Korea, Taiwan, Spain, Republic of South Africa, New Zealand, France, Italy and the U.S.


Highlights:

  • Clay Art Center, Portchester, NY.  “Hot Pots.”
  • Hunterdon Museum of Art, NJ.  “Interconnections: The Language of Basketry” 
  • Santa Fe Clay Gallery; Two-person exhibit, Santa Fe, NM
  • C.R.E.T.A. - Rome, “Senza Tiempo,” Rome, Italy
  • Cavin-Morris Gallery, “Elementals: Women Sculpting Animism,” New York, NY
  • Cavin-Morris Gallery, “Praisesongs for the Numinous – New Sculpture at Cavin-Morris,” NYC
  • Cavin-Morris Gallery, “Restless II,” NYC
  • The Lois Lambert Gallery, Santa Monica, Calif.
  • Dubhe Carreno Gallery, “Infinity Nets,” Chicago, IL
  • 4th International Triennial of Silicate Arts: New Energy – Kecskemet, Hungary
  • 3rd International Triennial of Silicate Arts: Century 21 – Kecskemet, Hungary
  • 9th International Biennial of Ceramics – Museu de Ceramica de Manises, Spain
  • 4th World Ceramic Biennale 2007 – Icheon World Ceramic Center, Korea Honorable Mention
  • World Women: On the Horizon – Baltimore Clayworks Gallery, Baltimore, MD. 
  • First International Taiwan Ceramic Biennale – Yingge Ceramic Museum, Taipei, TW
  • 5th Internacional Biennal de Ceramica – Museu de Ceramica, Manises, Spain
  • Fletcher Challenge Ceramic Award – Auchland Museum, New Zealand
  • 49th International Ceramic Art Competition – Museo Internazionalle della Ceramize, Faenza, Italy
  • XIV Biennale Internationale de Ceramique D’Art – Chateau Musee de Vallauris, France Medaille D’Or
  • Fletcher Challenge Ceramic Award – Auchland Museum, New Zealand
  • “Structure” National Juried Exhibition – ARC Gallery, San Francisco, CA. 
  • Art in Clay – Brooklyn Waterfront Artist Coalition, Red Hook, Brooklyn.
  • James Patrick Gallery, Wiscasset, Maine
  • Synderman-Works Gallery, Philadelphia, Pa.
  • Grossmont College Hyde Gallery, Calif.
  • The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, Pa.
  • The Clay Art Center, Portchester, N.Y.
  • Nancy Margolis Gallery, New York, N.Y.
  • R. Duane Reed Gallery, St. Louis, Mo.
  • Elaine Benson Gallery, Bridgehampton, N.Y.
  • Buckham Gallery, Flint, Mich.
  • Guangdong Ceramic Museum, Shiwan, China
  • San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, San Angelo, Texas
  • San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, Calif.
  • Tempe Arts Center, Tempe, Ariz.
  • Lil Street Gallery, Chicago, Ill.
  • Baltimore Clay Works Gallery, Baltimore, Md.

Honors/Awards:

  • Recipient, Honorable Mention, 4th World Ceramic Biennale
  • Recipient, Honorable Mention, Ceramic Viewpoints National Ceramic Competition, Hyde Gallery, Grossmont College, Calif.
  • Recipient, Medaille D’Or, XIV Biennale Internationale de Ceramic D’Art, Vallauris, France
  • Recipient, Trustees’ Award for Scholarly Achievement, Long Island University
  • Artist in Residence, Museum of Arts and Design Open Studios Program
  • Recipient, Artist-in-Residence Grant, Artist Enclave at I-Park
  • Recipient, Standard Ceramic Supply Grant for Artist Residency, Watershed Center for the Ceramid Arts
  • Recipient, Grant, Guangdong Shiwan Ceramic Museum Artist Residency, Foshan, China
  • Recipient, Grant for Shionoe Artist Residency, Shionoe, Japan

Affiliations

  • Board Member, Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts

Chemisty

VLADIMIR FAINZILBERG

Professor of ChemistryM.S., Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology ; Ph.D., Kishinev State University

Specialties:

Inorganic Chemistry, Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Theory

NICHOLAS J. RAMER

Associate Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Associate Professor of ChemistryB.S., B.S., C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University; ; Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania

Specialties:

Computational Chemistry, Ferroelectric Polymers, Theoretical Physics

Publications:

  • Co-author, “Structure and Born Effective Charge Determination for Planar-zigzag beta-Poly (vinylidene fluoride) Using Density- Functional Theory,” published in Polymer
  • Co-author, “Vibrational Frequency and LO-TO Splitting Determination for Planar-zigzag beta-Poly (vinylidene fluoride) Using Density-Functional Theory,” published in Polymer

Children

CAMILO ORTIZ

Co-director of Clinical Training; Associate Professor. Doctoral Program in Clinical PsychologyB.S., Human Development & Family Studies, Cornell University; M.S., Clinical Psychology, The University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, The University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Specialties:

parenting, disruptive behavior problems in children, bedtime resistance, elimination disorders, and cognitive behavior therapy for child and adult psychiatric disorders

Publications:

(Since 2007)

Co-author, “Maternal treatment acceptability and preference of room time-out and deferred time-out escape contingencies,” published in Child & Family Behavior Therapy, 38(2), 105-123 (2016).

Co-author, "Cultural diversity: Do we need a new wake-up call for parent training?," published in Behavior Therapy44, 443-458 (2013).

Co-author, "Spare the time out, spoil the child: Use of the house of worship as a site for parent training," published in InBalance Division 53 APA Newsletter28(1) (2013).

Co-author, “No association between music ability and hand preference in children,” published in Journal of Motor Behavior, 42(5), 269-275 (2010).

Co-author, “The effect of piano lessons on the vocabulary and verbal sequencing skills of primary grade students,” published in Psychology of Music, 37(3), 325-347 (2009).

Co-author, “Parent involvement in preschool: Predictors and the relation of involvement to pre-literacy development,” published in School Psychology Review, 37(1), 74-90 (2008). 

Co-author, “Behavioral parent-training approaches for the treatment of bedtime noncompliance in young children,” published in Journal of Early and Intensive Behavioral Intervention, 4(2), 511-525 (2007). 

Co-author, “Two-session group parent training for bedtime noncompliance in Head Start children,” published in Child and Family Behavior Therapy, 29(3), 23-55 (2007).

Co-author, “Parent-training groups for fathers of Head Start children: A pilot study of their impact on child behavior and intra-familial relationships,” published in Child and Family Behavior Therapy, 29(2), 47-64 (2007).

Honors/Awards:

National Institutes of Health, 2017-2019 Co-Investigator. New Technologies for Therapist Training and Patient Engagement in Behavioral Parent Training (R43)." ($556,000).

Long Island University Intramural Peer Reviewed Research Grant, 2016-2019, Principal Investigator. “Development and Validation of a Scale of Parent-Child Technoconflict.” ($2.500).

Long Island University Intramural Peer Reviewed Research Grant, 2015-2018, Principal Investigator. “Development and Validation of a Scale Measuring Relationship Patterns in Twins.” ($2.480).

Long Island University Intramural Peer Reviewed Research Grant, 2012-2013, Principal Investigator. “Does Behavioral Extinction Treatment for Bedtime Resistance Negatively Impact a Child’s Attachment Behavior? A Nonconcurrent Multiple Baseline Analysis” ($1,756).

National Institute of Mental Health, 2004-2010, Principal Investigator. “Topic Sequencing Effects in Parent Training.” Career Development Research Grant (K01). ($716,815).

American Psychological Association, 2006-2007. “Enhancing Multicultural Training at Long Island University”. CEMRATT Training Grant. ($5,000).

Department of Health & Human Services, Administration for Children & Families, 2003-04, Principal Investigator. “An Experimental Examination of Group Parent-Training for Bedtime Noncompliance in Head Start Children.” with Co-Investigator, Christine Wade. Dissertation Grant, ($20,000).

Bureau of Health Professions, Graduate Psychology Education Program, 2003-2004, Principal writer of training grant aimed at improving clinical training in the doctoral psychology program at C. W. Post by increasing interdisciplinary training for students. ($141,000).

Department of Health & Human Services, Administration for Children & Families, 2002-04, Principal Investigator. “Parent Training for Fathers of Head Start Children: An Investigation of Its Impact on Intra-Familial Relationships & Child Behavior,” with Co-Investigator, Elana Kun. Dissertation Grant, ($40,000).

National Institute of Mental Health Minority Supplement, 1999-2001, Susan O'Leary (PI on the 
grant) and I co-wrote the proposal to fund postdoctoral research. ($189,000).

Department of Health & Human Services, Administration for Children & Families, 1997-99, Graduate Student Investigator “The Parent Behavior Scale,” Dissertation Grant, ($30,000)

Professional Affiliations

Association for Behavioral & Cognitive Therapies, (ABCT) Full Member, 1994-present
-ABCT Ambassador, 2009-present
-President, Parenting Special Interest Group, 2008-2009
-Secretary, Parenting Special Interest Group, 2005-2006

Sigma Xi, The Scientific Society, Full Member, 1998-present

China

HETING CHU

Professor of Library and Information ScienceB.A., Peking University; M.L.I.S., McGill University; Ph.D., Drexel University

Specialties:

Library & Information Science Education, Information Retrieval, Research Methods, Bibliometrics & Scientometrics

Publications:

  • Author, “Information Representation and Retrieval in the Digital Age” (2nd ed., 2010)
  • Co-editor, “Information Resources and Retrieval: A Textbook” (2nd ed., 2009)
  • Co-editor, “Western Research in Library & Information Science” (2007)
  • Co-editor, “How to Locate Images on the Internet” (2007)
  • Author, “Information Representation and Retrieval in the Digital Age” (2003; Korean edition, 2005; Indian edition, 2009)
  • Co-author, “Information Retrieval on the Internet: Principles, Tools and Techniques (1999)
  • Author, “Internet Applications and Resources: A Practical Guide” (1997)
  • Author, “Education in library and information science,” published in “Advances in Librarianship” (2010)
  • Author, “Factors affecting relevance judgment: A report from TREC Legal track,” published in the Journal of Documentation. [In press]
  • Author, “Knowledge organization and information retrieval,” published in Advances in Information Management and Information Systems
  • Co-author, “Web 2.0 and its dimensions in the scholarly world,” published in Scientometrics (2009)
  • Co-author, “The academic library meets Web 2.0: Applications and Implications,” published in The Journal of Academic Librarianship (2009)
  • Co-author, “Social tagging in China and the USA: A comparative study,” published in the Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science & Technology (2008)
  • Co-author, “TREC 2007 Legal Track Interactive Task: A report from the LIU team,” published in the TREC 2007 Conference Notebook (2007)
  • Co-author, “Downloads vs. citations in economics: Relationships, contributing factors and beyond,” published in the Proceedings of the 11th International Conference of the International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics (2007)
  • Author, "Curricula of LIS programs in the USA: A content analysis," published in the Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Conference on Library & Information Education & Practice
  • Author, "Taxonomy of inlinked Web entities: What does it imply for Webometric research?" published in Library & Information Science Research: An International Journal (2005)
  • Co-author, “NEP: Current awareness service of the RePEc digital library,” published in D-Lib Magazine (2003)
  • Co-author, “Current awareness service of the RePEc digital library: Progress, performance and potentials,” published in the Proceedings of the CAS Symposium on the Sustainable Development & Innovation of Libraries (2003)
  • Author, "Electronic books: Viewpoints from users and potential users," published in Library Hi Tech (2003)
  • Co-author, "Library and information science schools in Canada and USA: A Webometric perspective,” published in the Journal of Education for Library and Information Science (2002)
  • Author, "Emerging generations of Web retrieval tools," published in “InfoToday 2002: Collected Presentations” (2002)
  • Author, "Research in image indexing and retrieval as reflected in the literature," published in the Journal of the American Society for Information Science (2001)
  • Author, "A Webometric analysis of the ALA accredited LIS schools' Websites," published in the Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics (2001)
  • Author, "Intellectual Activities and influences of Belver C. Griffith: A citation perspective," published in Scientometrics (2001)
  • Author, "Promises and challenges of electronic journals: Academic libraries surveyed," published by Learned Publishing (2000)
  • Author, "Web search tools: Recent developments," published in the Journal of Library and Information Science (1999)
  • Co-author, "Electronic journals versus print journals: An evaluation framework," published in the Proceedings of the 20th National Online Meeting (1999)
  • Author, "Electronic journals in American academic libraries: A view from within," published in the Proceedings of International Conference on New Missions of Academic Libraries in the 21st Century (1998)
  • Author, "Superconductivity research in China revisited: An analysis of the literature published between 1987-1989," published in World Science Technology (1998)
  • Author, “Internet search services vs. online database services,” published in the Proceedings of the 19th National Online Meeting (1998)
  • Author, "Hyperlinks: How well do they represent the intellectual content of digital collections?" published in the Proceedings of the 60th Annual Meeting of American Society for Information Science (1997)
  • Author, "Internet search tools: What can they offer to users?" published in the Proceedings of the 18th National Online Meeting (1997)
  • Author, "Search services on the Internet: Characteristics, comparison & future," published in the Journal of Academic Libraries (1997)
  • Co-author, “Some suggestions for the future developments of CERNET,” published in the Journal of Academic Libraries (1997)
  • Co-author, "Search engines for the World Wide Web: A comparative study and evaluation methodology," published in the Proceedings of the 59th Annual Conference of the American Society for Information Science (1996)
  • Author, "Internet and network applications," published in New Technology of Contemporary Library and Information Service (1995)
  • Co-author, "Seamless networking in China: Progress, problems, and perspectives," published in the Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science, 21(5), 14-16, June/July 1995.
  • Author, "Internet and digital libraries: Their implications for developing countries," published in the Proceedings of the 4th Beijing International Symposium on Computer-based Information Management (1994)
  • Author, "E-mail in scientific communication," published in the Proceedings of the Fifteenth National Online Meeting (1994)
  • Author, "A citation analysis of superconductivity literature," published in Library and Information Services (1994)
  • Author, "Automation of indexing: On the major approaches to automatic indexing," published in the Journal of the China Society for Scientific and Technical Information (1993)
  • Author, "An analysis of informal communication between Chinese and non-Chinese superconductivity researchers," published in the Journal of the China Society for Scientific and Technical Information (1993)
  • Author, "Communication between Chinese and non-Chinese scientists in the discovery of high-Tc superconductor: I. The formal perspective," published in Scientometrics (1992)
  • Author, "Communication between Chinese and non-Chinese scientists in the discovery of high-Tc superconductor: II. The informal perspective," published in Scientometrics (1992)

Lectures and Presentations

  • Speaker, “iSchools and LIS Schools: A perspective from their MLIS programs,” talk given to the American Society for Information Science & Technology (ASIS&T) student chapter of Long Island University (2009)
  • Author, “Diversity & Commonality of Information Science Education in a Pluralistic World,” presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science & Technology (2009)
  • Co-author, “Social tagging in China and the USA: A comparative study,” presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science & Technology (2008)
  • Speaker, “The Semantic Web and information retrieval,” talk given at the School of Information Management, Wuhan University, China (2008)
  • Speaker, “Artificial intelligence and information retrieval,” talk given at the Department of Information Management, Nanjing University, China (2008)
  • Speaker, “The Semantic Web and information retrieval,” talk given at the Department of Information Management, Nanjing University, China (2008)
  • Speaker, “Ph.D. and master’s programs at Palmer School, Long Island University,” talk given to the faculty members at Department of Information Management, Nanjing University of Science & Technology, China. (2008)
  • Author, “TREC 2007 Legal Track Interactive Task: A report from the LIU team,” presented at the TREC 2007 Conference Legal Track Workshop (2007)
  • Author, “Downloads vs. citations: Relationships, contributing factors & beyond,” presented at the 11th International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics Conference (2007)
  • Co-author, “Collaboration in research authorship: The LIS Book Project,” presented at the Chinese American Librarians Association Midwest Chapter Annual Meeting (2007)
  • Speaker, “Search beyond Google,” talk given at the ASIS&T Student Chapter Workshop, Long Island University (2007)
  • Speaker, “Role of librarians in the digital age,” speech given at “Changing Role of Librarians,” the 35th Annual Continuing Education Conference, Academic and Special Libraries Division, Nassau County Library Association (2006)
  • Author, "Curricula of LIS programs in the USA: A content analysis," presented at the Asia-Pacific Conference on Library & Information Education & Practice (2006)
  • Keynote Speaker, “Information representation and retrieval in the digital age: Emerging research and developments,” Academic Forum for Chinese Doctoral Candidates (2004)
  • Author, “Current awareness service of the RePEc digital library: Progress, performance and potentials,” presented at the CAS Symposium on the Sustainable Development & Innovation of Libraries (2003)
  • Author, “Why are sitations (hyperlinks) made?” presented at the 9th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informatics (2003)
  • Author, “Electronic books: Viewpoints from Users and Potential Users,” paper presented at the American Society for Information Science & Technology Annual Conference (2002)
  • Author, "Emerging generations of Web retrieval tools," paper presented at InfoToday (2002)
  • Co-author, “Library and Information Science Schools in Canada and USA: A Webometric Perspective,” paper presented at the Association for Library and Information Science Education Conference (2002)
  • Author, "A Webometric analysis of the ALA accredited LIS schools' Websites". Paper presented at the 8th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics (2001)
  • Speaker, “E-books and your library: Promises and issues,” speech given at the 30th Annual Continuing Education Conference, Academic and Special Libraries Division, Nassau County Library Association (2001)
  • Author, “A citation analysis of Belver Griffith’s work,” paper presented at the 2nd International Symposium on Quantitative Evaluation of Research Performances and the 6th National Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics (2000)
  • Speaker, “Second generation Internet search tools,” talks given at the Institute of Scientific & Technological Information in China (2001)
  • Speaker, “Research in image indexing and retrieval: A scientometric study,” talk given at the Doctoral Colloquium of the Palmer School of Library and Information Science, C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University (2000)
  • Co-author, "Electronic journals versus printed journals: An evaluation framework," presented at the 20th National Online Meeting, New York, May 19, 1999.
  • Speaker, "Electronic journals: Promises and challenges for academic libraries," speech given to the ASIS&T Student Chapter, C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University (1999)
  • Co-author, "Hyperlinks as index terms: Exhaustivity, specificity and beyond," presented at the Annual Conference of the American Society for Information Science (1998)
  • Author, "Search capabilities of Web-based Search Engines," presented at Digital Libraries (1998)
  • Speaker, "Search and evaluate networked resources on international education," speech given at the Tenth Biennial Seminar on International Education, the Institute of International Education (1998)
  • Author, "Internet search services vs. online database services," presented at the National Online Meeting (1998)
  • Author, "Internet search tools: What can they offer to users?" presented at the National Online Meeting (1997)
  • Author, "Search engines for the World Wide Web: A comparative study and evaluation methodology," presented at the Annual Conference of the American Society for Information Science (1996)
  • Co-author, "Seamless networking in China: progress, problems, and perspectives," presented at the Annual Conference of the American Society for Information Science (1994)
  • Author, "Internet and digital libraries: their implications for developing countries,” presented at the 4th Beijing International Symposium on Computer-based Information Management (1994)
  • Author, "E-mail in scientific communication," presented at the Fifteenth National Online Meeting (1994)

Honors/Awards:

  • Recipient, Full Scholarship for Students Going Abroad, Chinese Education Ministry (1984)
  • Recipient, Full Scholarship for Students with Excellent Academic Performance, Tangkakji Trust (1984-1990)
  • Member, Beta Phi Mu, International Library Science Honor Society (1991-present)

Professional Affiliations

  • Member, American Library Association
  • Member, American Society for Information Science & Technology
  • Member, Association for Computing Machinery
  • Member, SIG-IR, Association for Computing Machinery
  • Member, Association for Library and Information Science Education
PANOS MOURDOUKOUTAS

Professor of EconomicsB.A., University of Salonica; M.A., Florida Atlantic University; Ph.D., Stony Brook University

Specialties:

World Economy

Publications:

  • Author, “China Against Herself: Innovation or Imitation in Global Business”
  • Author, “Banking Risk Management in a Globalizing Economy”
  • Author, “The Rise and Fall of Abacus Banking in Japan and China”
  • Author, “Japan’s Turn”

Cinema/Film

ROBERT WILDMAN

Director, Arts Management Program; Associate Professor, Arts ManagementA.B., Stanford University; M.F.A., Yale University (School of Drama)

Professional Affiliations

Board member and treasurer, Association of Arts Administration Educators
Former board member, North Carolina Theatre Conference
Former board member and secretary, The Adam Foundation
Former board member, Arts Council of Greater New Haven
Grant panelist, Theatre Communications Group (four times)
Grant panelist, Connecticut Commission on the Arts (four times)
Grant panelist, The Adam Foundation (chair or co-chair of grant-making committee for four years)
Grant panelist, Arts and Science Council of Charlotte-Mecklenburg County

SUSAN ZEIG

Professor of FilmB.S., Empire State College, SUNY

Specialties:

Documentaries, Independent Films, Latin American Films

Colonial Period

SARA STIDSTONE GRONIM

Associate Professor of HistoryB.S., Boston University; M.A., Brooklyn College; Ph.D., Rutgers University

Specialties:

Colonial and Revolutionary America; Early Modern Atlantic World; Science, Technology and Medicine

Publications:

  • Author, “Mary Cooper's Nature: The Natural World of a Long Island Farmwoman,” New York History (2011)
  • Author, “Open City: New York as a Port Town in the Mid-Eighteenth Century,” book chapter in New York 400 (2009)
  • Author, “Everyday Nature: Knowledge of the Natural World in Colonial New York” (2007)
  • Author, “What Jane Knew: A Woman Botanist in the Eighteenth Century,” published in the Journal of Women’s History (2007)
  • Author, “Imagining Inoculation: Smallpox, the Body, and Social Relations of Healing,” published in the Bulletin of the History of Medicine (2006)
  • Author, “Geography and Persuasion: Maps in British Colonial New York,” published in William and Mary Quarterly (2001)
  • Author, “At the Sign of Newton’s Head: Astronomy and Cosmology in British Colonial New York,” published in Explorations in Early American History (1999)

Honors/Awards:

  • Recipient, Margaret W. Rossiter Prize for the History of Women in Science, History of Science Society
  • Recipient, Dixon Ryan Fox Prize, New York State Historical Association
  • Recipient, Richard L. Morton Prize, Omohundro Institute for Early American History and Culture
  • Recipient, Colonial Essay Award, Colonial Society of Pennsylvania

Affiliations

  • Member, American Historical Association
  • Member, Organization of American Historians
  • Member, History of Science Society
  • Member, American Association for the History of Medicine
  • Member, New York State Historical Association

Computers

ARVIND BORDE

Graduate Co-Director, Mathematics Department; Senior Professor of MathematicsB.S., Bombay University; M.A., Ph.D., Stony Brook University

Specialties:

Computers, Mathematics, Physics, Theory of Relativity

STEVEN HEIM

Associate Professor of Computer ScienceB.A., M.S., Long Island University; D.M.A., Stony Brook University

Specialties:

Computer Music Generation, Human-Computer Interaction, Web Development

CHRISTOPHER MALINOWSKI

Director, Graduate Studies, Department of Computer Science/Management Engineering ; Associate Professor of Computer Science/Management Engineering B.S., John Jay College of Criminal Justice Long Island University; M.S., C.W. Post Campus,

Specialties:

Computer Crimes, Computer Forensics, Computer Security, Cyberstalking Issues

Conducting

MARK SHAPIRO

Director of Choral Studies; Associate Professor of MusicB.A., Yale University; Graduate Performance Diploma, Orchestral Conducting, Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University
Diplome de direction d’orchestre, Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris; D.M.A., Choral Conducting, Stony Brook University

Specialties:

Choral, Operatic and Orchestral Conducting; New Music; Music Cognition

Publications:

  • Author, review of William Ford Thompson’s “Music, Thought and Feeling,” published in The Choral Journal
  • Author, “Everyday Music: Arnold Schoenberg’s Sketches to ‘De Profundis,’” published in The Choral Journal
  • Author, review of Nicholas Harnoncourt’s “The Musical Dialog,” published in The Choral Journal

Recordings:

  • “The Metamorphoses of Paul Crabtree,” Arsis Records (2009)
  • “Cheri,” Albany Records (2009)
  • “Five by Michael Dellaira,” Albany Records (2002)
  • “Le Vin Herbé,” Newport Classics (2000)
  • “Echoes and Shadows,” PGM Records (1997)

Performances:

  • Music Director, The Prince Edward Island Symphony
  • Music Director, The Cecilia Chorus and Orchestra of New York
  • Artistic Director, Cantori New York
  • Guest Conductor, Juilliard Vocal Arts, American Opera Projects, Center for Contemporary Opera, Opera Company of Middlebury, Underworld Opera
  • Guest Conductor, The Bridgeport Symphony, Gregg Smith Singers, Nova Sinfonia (Halifax))
  • Artistic Director, The Monmouth Civic Chorus (1990 - 2011)
  • Music Director and/or Conductor, “Fiddler on the Roof,” “Golden Gate,” “The Magic Flute,” “The Merry Widow,” “Most Happy Fella,” “Old Wicked Songs” (Two River Theater) “Ragtime” (Cabaret for Life), “Yeomen of the Guard” and others.

Honors/Awards:

  • Three-Time Recipient, Chorus/America ASCAP Award for Adventurous Programming
  • Two-Time Recipient, Chorus America/ASCAP Alice Parker Award
  • Special Citation for Programming from the American Prize
  • LIU Abraham Krasnoff Award for Lifetime Scholarly Achievement
  • LIU Abraham Krasnoff Award for Single Scholarly Achievement
  • CD named an Editor’s Choice by Opera News
  • Honorary Citizen of Chatillon, France

Affiliations

Past and present memberships and affiliations include the American Choral Directors Association, Chorus America, the College Music Society, the League of American Orchestras, Opera America and the Society for Music Perception and Cognition.

PHYLLIS SHAPIRO

Adjunct Associate Professor Department: Communication and FilmB.S, Fashion Institute of Technology; M.A, SUNY Empire State College

Specialties:

  • Extensive background in current and emergent technologies to enhance online, hybrid and face-to-face courses
  • Vast experience with e-learning software in higher education
  • Developing and delivering online courses 

Publications:

  • Author, “Creating an Active Learning Environment That Aligns to a Fashion Student’s Career Interests and Goals”, published in ProQuest Dissertation Publishing, (2016) 10116926

Affiliations and Associations

  • Member, Online Learning Consortium
  • Member, ASCD.org
  • eLearning Guild

Counseling

TERRY BORDAN

Professor of EducationB.A., Queens College, CUNY; M.S., C. W. Post Campus, Long Island University; Ed.D., University of Sarasota

Specialties:

LBGT Issues, Child Abuse, Self Esteem, Stress Management

Professional Affiliations

  • Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC)
  • National Certified Counselor (NCC)
  • Clinical Mental Health Counselor (CCMHC)
  • Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS)
  • Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
PAUL J. CIBOROWSKI

Associate Professor of EducationB.A., University of Dayton; M.A., New York University; Ph.D., Fordham University

Specialties:

Child Studies, Children, Delinquency, Dropouts and Drugs, Effects of Divorce, Gangs, Gang Formation and Prevention, Marriage and Family Issues, Single Parents and their Youth Issues, Youth At-Risk Factors, Youth Violence and Bullying

Publications:

  • Author, “Survival Skills for Single Parents”
  • Author, “The Changing Family”
  • Author, “Single Mothers by Choice”
JILL H. RATHUS

Professor of PsychologyB.A., Cornell University; M.A., Ph.D., Stony Brook University

Specialties:

Anxiety Disorders, Borderline Personality Disorder, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Couple Distress and Couples Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Intimate Partner Violence, Mental Therapy, Spousal Abuse, Suicidal and Self Injurious Adolescents (Treatment, Features, Causes),

Publications:

  • Co-author, “Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Suicidal Adolescents”
  • Co-author, “Assessment of Partner Violence”
  • Co-author, “Marital Distress: Cognitive Behavioral Interventions for Couples”
  • Rathus, J.H., Wagner, D., & Miller, A.L. Self-report assessment of emotion dysregulation, impulsivity, interpersonal chaos, and confusion about self: Development and psychometric eval. of the Life Problems Inventory. (Manuscript in preparation).
  • Miller, A.L., Rathus, J.H., & DeBose (in press). Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Adolescents: Adapting treatment across settings. In K. Keorner and L. DiMeff (Eds.) Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Applications Across New Modes and Settings. Guilford Press.
  • Rathus, J.H., Meyer, S.L., & O’Leary. (Under revision). Attachment, proximity control, and wife abuse. Journal of Family Violence.
  • Rathus, J.H. (2006). Dialectical behavior therapy for anger-related disorders. In E. Feindler (Ed.) Anger-Related Disorders: A practitioner’s guide to comparative treatments (pp. 139-164). NY: Springer Publishing.
  • Rathus, J.H., Cavuoto, N., & Passarelli, V. (2006) DBT: A mindfulness-based treatment for intimate partner violence. In R. Baer (Ed.) Mindfulness-based Treatment Approaches: Clinician’s Guide to Evidence Base and Applications (pp. 333-358). Boston: Academic Press.
  • Wagner, E., Rathus, J.H., & Miller, A.L. (2006). Mindfulness in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) for adolescents. In R. Baer (Ed.) Mindfulness-based Treatment Approaches Clinician’s Guide to Evidence Base and Applications (pp. 167-189). Boston: Academic Press.
  • Miller, A.L., Wagner, E., & Rathus, J.H. (2004). Dialectical behavior therapy for suicidal adolescents: An overview. In H. Steiner & C. Remy (Eds.) Handbook of Mental Health Interventions in Children and Adolescents (pp.659-684). Jossey-Bass.
  • Rathus, J.H., & Miller, A.L. (2002). Dialectical behavior therapy adapted for suicidal adolescents. Suicide & Life Threatening Behavior, 32,146-157.
JUNE ANN SMITH

Associate Professor of EducationB.A., Northern Caribbean University (formerly West Indies College); M.A., Andrews University; M.S.W., Yeshiva University; Ph.D., Andrews University

Specialties:

Mental Health, Marriage and Family, Social Work

Publications:

  • Co-author, “Why Good Relationships Go Bad: What to Do About It”

Affiliations

  • Certified Clinical Supervisor
  • Certified by the National Board for Certified Counselors (MBCC)
  • Licensed by the New York State Education Department of Licensed Professions
  • Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC)
  • Licensed Marriage and Family Counselor (LMFT)
  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

Crime/Criminal Justice

HARVEY KUSHNER

Chair, Criminal Justice Department; Professor of Criminal JusticeB.A., Queens College ; M.A., Ph.D., New York University

Specialties:

Conservative Thought, Terrorism

Publications:

  • Author, “Holy War on the Home Front: The Secret Islamic Terror Network in the United States”
  • Author, “Encyclopedia of Terrorism”
MARTIN O'CONNOR

Associate Professor of Criminal JusticeB.A., C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University; J.D., Hofstra University

Specialties:

Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Police Organizations and Management, United States Supreme Court and Criminal Courts

COLBY L. VALENTINE

Assistant Professor of Criminal JusticeB.A., University of the Pacific; M.S., San Diego State University; Ph.D., Florida State University

Specialties:

Intimate Partner Violence, Prison Misconduct, Police Stress

Publications:

Co-Author, “Unpacking the relationship between age and prison misconduct.” Journal of Criminal Justice. 2015.

Co-Author,  “Law enforcement officers and employee assistance programs.”  Policing:  International Journal of Management and Strategies. 2015.

Co-Author, Through a computational lens: Using dual computer-criminology degree programs to advance the study of criminology and criminal justice practice.” Security Informatics, 2013.

Co-Author, “Domestic violence beliefs and experiences among correctional officers.” Journal of Family Violence, 2012

Co-Author, "Protecting lives, careers, and public confidence: Florida’s efforts to prevent officer-involved domestic violence." Family Court Review, 2011.

Co-Author, "Disparate levels of stress in police and correctional officers: Preliminary evidence from a pilot study on domestic violence." Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 2010.

Honors/Awards:

Recipient, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS), SAGE Junior Faculty Professional Development Teaching Award, 2013; 2014

Professional Affiliations

Member, American Society of Criminology

Member, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences

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Developmental Disabilities

EDWARD R. LANSDALE

Chair, Department of Psychology; Adjunct Professor of Public Relations, Department of Communications and FilmB.A, Journalism, The University of Arizona; M.S., Mass Communication, Boston University

Digital Ethnography and Informatics

EMILY WALSHE

Reference Librarian, B. Davis Schwartz Memorial Library; Associate Professor, Library; Adjunct Professor of the College of Information and Computer ScienceB.A., Kalamazoo College; M.S.L.I.S., M.A., C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University

Specialties:

Digital Ethnography and Informatics

Publications:

  • Author, “Postmodern Prometheans: Academic libraries, information technologies and the cut-and-paste aesthetic,” published in the Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council
  • Author, “The dark side of digitization,” published in portal: Libraries and the Academy
  • Author, “Kindle e-reader: A Trojan horse for free thought,” published in The Christian Science Monitor
  • Author, “Facebook’s shadow culture,” published in The Christian Science Monitor
  • Author, “Creating an academic self-documentation system through digital library interoperability: the RePEc model,” published in The New Review of Information Networking
  • Author, “Who needs a good memory when there’s Google?” published in The Christian Science Monitor
  • Author, “Mashups in the stacks: What’s lost in the rush to adopt information technology,” published in American Libraries
  • Author, “Let’s be surprised: Don’t put too much faith in personal technology,” published in The Christian Science Monitor
  • Author, “Medici digerati: The efficacy of the health consumer in digital research and the utility of secondary evaluative resources,” published in the Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet
  • Author, “What golf and the financial crisis have in common,” published in The Christian Science Monitor

Lectures and Presentations

  • Author, “Athena, Telemachus, and the honors student odyssey: The academic librarian as an agent in mentored learning,” paper presented at the 39th Annual Conference of the National Collegiate Honors Council
  • Author, “Dialogue, Culture & Conflict,” presented at the Denver University Penrose Library Author, “The limits of anonymity in a paperless environment,” presented at the C.W. Post Honors Program Conference
  • Author, “Culture, creativity and research: Why the ‘Google Generation’ is a myth,” presented at the C.W. Post Honors Program Conference
  • Author, “800,000 books and darkness: The Internet and economies of attention,” presented at the C.W. Post Honors Program Conference

Honors/Awards:

  • Member, Beta Phi Mu International Library and Information Studies Honor Society Phi Eta Sigma, National Honor Society for Freshman Scholarship

Affiliations

  • Member, National Collegiate Honors Council
  • Member, National Coalition Against Censorship

Divorce

PAUL J. CIBOROWSKI

Associate Professor of EducationB.A., University of Dayton; M.A., New York University; Ph.D., Fordham University

Specialties:

Child Studies, Children, Delinquency, Dropouts and Drugs, Effects of Divorce, Gangs, Gang Formation and Prevention, Marriage and Family Issues, Single Parents and their Youth Issues, Youth At-Risk Factors, Youth Violence and Bullying

Publications:

  • Author, “Survival Skills for Single Parents”
  • Author, “The Changing Family”
  • Author, “Single Mothers by Choice”
ILENE LEOPOLD PERSOFF

Associate Professor of AccountingB.A., Brandeis University; M.S., Long Island University; C.P.A.

Specialties:

Accounting, Taxation for Divorce

JILL H. RATHUS

Professor of PsychologyB.A., Cornell University; M.A., Ph.D., Stony Brook University

Specialties:

Anxiety Disorders, Borderline Personality Disorder, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Couple Distress and Couples Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Intimate Partner Violence, Mental Therapy, Spousal Abuse, Suicidal and Self Injurious Adolescents (Treatment, Features, Causes),

Publications:

  • Co-author, “Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Suicidal Adolescents”
  • Co-author, “Assessment of Partner Violence”
  • Co-author, “Marital Distress: Cognitive Behavioral Interventions for Couples”
  • Rathus, J.H., Wagner, D., & Miller, A.L. Self-report assessment of emotion dysregulation, impulsivity, interpersonal chaos, and confusion about self: Development and psychometric eval. of the Life Problems Inventory. (Manuscript in preparation).
  • Miller, A.L., Rathus, J.H., & DeBose (in press). Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Adolescents: Adapting treatment across settings. In K. Keorner and L. DiMeff (Eds.) Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Applications Across New Modes and Settings. Guilford Press.
  • Rathus, J.H., Meyer, S.L., & O’Leary. (Under revision). Attachment, proximity control, and wife abuse. Journal of Family Violence.
  • Rathus, J.H. (2006). Dialectical behavior therapy for anger-related disorders. In E. Feindler (Ed.) Anger-Related Disorders: A practitioner’s guide to comparative treatments (pp. 139-164). NY: Springer Publishing.
  • Rathus, J.H., Cavuoto, N., & Passarelli, V. (2006) DBT: A mindfulness-based treatment for intimate partner violence. In R. Baer (Ed.) Mindfulness-based Treatment Approaches: Clinician’s Guide to Evidence Base and Applications (pp. 333-358). Boston: Academic Press.
  • Wagner, E., Rathus, J.H., & Miller, A.L. (2006). Mindfulness in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) for adolescents. In R. Baer (Ed.) Mindfulness-based Treatment Approaches Clinician’s Guide to Evidence Base and Applications (pp. 167-189). Boston: Academic Press.
  • Miller, A.L., Wagner, E., & Rathus, J.H. (2004). Dialectical behavior therapy for suicidal adolescents: An overview. In H. Steiner & C. Remy (Eds.) Handbook of Mental Health Interventions in Children and Adolescents (pp.659-684). Jossey-Bass.
  • Rathus, J.H., & Miller, A.L. (2002). Dialectical behavior therapy adapted for suicidal adolescents. Suicide & Life Threatening Behavior, 32,146-157.
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Economics

ELIZABETH GRANITZ

Associate Professor of EconomicsA.B., Cornell University; ; M.A., Ph.D., University of California at Los Angeles

Specialties:

Macroeconomics, Microeconomics

PANOS MOURDOUKOUTAS

Professor of EconomicsB.A., University of Salonica; M.A., Florida Atlantic University; Ph.D., Stony Brook University

Specialties:

World Economy

Publications:

  • Author, “China Against Herself: Innovation or Imitation in Global Business”
  • Author, “Banking Risk Management in a Globalizing Economy”
  • Author, “The Rise and Fall of Abacus Banking in Japan and China”
  • Author, “Japan’s Turn”

Education

MICHAEL BYRNE

Associate Professor of Education, Library and Information Science;B.A., University of Notre Dame; M.A., Ph.D., Michigan State University

Specialties:

Multimedia, Smart Technology

LYNN E. COHEN, PH.D.

Associate Professor of EducationB.S., State University of New York, New Paltz; M.S., Johns Hopkins University; Ph.D., Fordham University

Specialties:

Early Childhood, Emergent Literacy, University-School Partnerships

Publications:

  • Author, “The Heteroglossic World of Preschoolers’ Pretend Play”
  • Author, “Exploring Cultural Heritage in a Kindergarten Classroom”
  • Author, “Documenting Play”
  • Co-Author, “Young Children’s Discourse Strategies During Block Play: A Bakhtinian Approach”
  • Author, “Foucault and the Early Childhood Classroom”
  • Co-Author, “Engaging Children with Useful Words: Vocabulary Instruction in a Third Grade Classroom”

Affiliations

  • Founding Member and Co-facilitator, the Play, Policy, Practice Interest Forum of the National Association for the Education of Young Children
  • Member, Early Years Institute-Pre-K Advisory Board
  • Member, Association for Childhood Education International
  • Member, The Association for the Study of Play
  • Member, International Reading Association
  • Member, American Educational Research Association
DR. ARNOLD DODGE

Chair, Educational Leadership and Administration Department; Assistant Professor of EducationB.A., Stony Brook University; M.S., C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University ; Ph.D., New York University

Specialties:

Business Leadership in School Districts, School District Administration (Kindergarten through Grade 12)

ABBY DRESS

Director, Public Relations Degree Program; Associate Professor of Media ArtsB.A., Hofstra University; M.B.A., Dowling College

Specialties:

Public Relations, Corporate Social Responsibility, Environment & Sustainable Development, Education, Technology and Education

Publications:

Author, “Why Study Public Relations and Social Media?” in Public Relations and Social Media for the Curious. (2015)

Co-designer, “Grounds for Knowledge: A Guide to Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory’s Landscapes & Building” (2008)

  • Co-author, “Igniting Steel: Korea’s POSCO Lights The Way” Korean (1993)
  • Co-author, “Igniting Steel: Korea’s POSCO Lights The Way” English (1992)
  • Co-author, “Dowling College: A Collection of Personal Remembrances 1955–1989” (1990)
  • Author, “The Communicated Stereotype: From Celebrity Vilification to Everyday Talk,” review published in the Media Ecology Journal. (in process 2016)
  • Author,”Newsphere: Understanding the New Media,” review published in the Media Ecology Journal. (2012)
  • Author, “Fast Media, Media Fast,” review published in the Media Ecology’s Marshall McLuhan Centennial Edition
  • Author, “Digital Images for the Information Professional,” review published in The Journal of the Information Society
  • Author, “Beyond Technology: Children’s Learning in the Age of Digital Culture,” review published in The Journal of the Information Society
  • Author, “Made to Break: Technology and Obsolescence in America,” review published in The Journal of the Information Society
  • Author, “1988 Fires in Yellowstone,” published in The Science Teacher
  • Author, “Hot Spot at Yellowstone,” Science Scope, A National Science Teacher Publication
  • Author, “Lab on a Chip: Platform in Development,” published in Advance for the Laboratory
  • Author, “Refitting the Bionic Lugie,” published in Medical Equipment Designer
  • Author, “Running Out of Time: An Analysis of Shutting Down New York Newsday by Times Mirror,” published in Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly
  • Author, “The Changed Media Landscape: Privatization in the Czech Republic,” published in Ventures in Research
  • Co-author, “The Global Challenge to America’s Engineering and Innovation Position” published in Gear Technology
  • Co-author, “Enterprise Excellence: Are We There Yet?” published in Gear Technology
  • Co-author, “Optimization through Customization,” published in Gear Technology
  • Co-author, “Determining the Knowledge Base Uncovers a Company’s Core Competencies,” published in Gear Technology
  • Author, “The 99s: 75 years of high-flying women,” published in Networking Magazine
  • Author, articles in Workboat Magazine, VIA Port of New York-Jersey and the Asian Wall Street Journal Weekly

Work Cited:

  • Design selected for inclusion in “American Graphic Design and Advertising Annual 25” (2009)
  • Designs selected for inclusion in “The Big Book of Green Design,”(2009)
  • Campaign noted in “Turnkey Program Yields Results,” published in “Publicity for nonprofits: generating media exposure that leads to awareness, growth, and contributions” (2006)
  • Designs selected for inclusion in “The 2003 Design Annual, American Graphic Design Awards” (2003)
  • Recognized in a cover story of Healthcare Marketing Report (1999)

Work Cited:

  • Design selected for inclusion in “American Graphic Design and Advertising Annual 25” (2009)
  • Designs selected for inclusion in “The Big Book of Green Design,”(2009)
  • Campaign noted in “Turnkey Program Yields Results,” published in “Publicity for nonprofits: generating media exposure that leads to awareness, growth, and contributions” (2006)
  • Designs selected for inclusion in “The 2003 Design Annual, American Graphic Design Awards” (2003)
  • Recognized in a cover story of Healthcare Marketing Report (1999)

Films

  • Co-producer, “Wings of Their Own,” a documentary about women pilots of the 20th century, accepted into the 2005 New York International Film and Video Festival, premiered at the Cradle of Aviation Museum, Garden City, N.Y. (November 29, 2004), and previewed at the Cinema Arts Centre, Huntington, N.Y. (July 26, 2004)

Films:

  • Co-producer, “Wings of Their Own,” a documentary about women pilots of the 20th century, accepted into the 2005 New York International Film and Video Festival, premiered at the Cradle of Aviation Museum, Garden City, N.Y. (November 29, 2004), and previewed at the Cinema Arts Centre, Huntington, N.Y. (July 26, 2004)

Honors/Awards:

  • Recipient, Hermes Creative Award (International): Gold for Book Publication, the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (2009)
  • Recipient, Hermes Creative Award (International): Honorable Mention for Nonprofit Poster, the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (2009)
  • Recipient, Communicator’s Award (International): Silver Award of Distinction for Book Publication, the International Academy of the Visual Arts (2009)
  • Recipient, National Clarion Award, the Association of Women in Communication (2006)
  • Recipient, Communicator’s 13th Annual Silver Award of Distinction for a Corporate Identity Program Award (2006)
  • Recipient, Grant Award, The Association of Hispanic Arts
  • Work selected for inclusion in the 2005 New York International Film and Video Festival Recipient, Best on Long Island 30 Bronze Award for a Self-Mailer (2003)
  • Recipient, Award of Distinction, Biomedical Marketing Association (2000)
  • Cited in N.Y. Hospital and Health News as one of three major health care marketing/communications experts in New York (1998)
  • Recipient, Teaching and Learning Grant for the Collaborative Multimedia Project, C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University
  • Recipient, Distinguished Service Award, Croix de Guerre, The Huntington Arts Council (1993)
  • Member, National Business Honor Society, Delta Mu Delta (1990-Present)
  • Recipient, Citicorp “Success” Award

Affiliation

  • Nominated National Member, American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA)
  • Former Board Member and Vice President, The Huntington Arts Council (HAC)
  • Member, Media Ecology Association (MEA)
  • Member and Former Board Member (NAWBO/LI) National Association of Woman Business Owners
  • Member, New York Communication Association
  • Member, Public Relations Professionals of Long Island (PRPLI)
  • Accredited Public Relations Professional, Public Relations Society of America (PRSA)
  • Member, Women in Communications (National and New York)
MICHAEL P. HOGAN

Associate Dean, College of Education, Information and Technology ; Director, Clinical Education and Professional CertificationsB.A., Spring Hill College; M.A., University of South Alabama; Ph.D., University of Alabama

Specialties:

K-12 Administration, School Property Taxes, Technology and Education School Finance

NANA KOCH

Chairperson
Department of Health, Physical Education and Movement Science; Associate Professor
B.A., Adelphi University; M.A. Adelphi University
M.Ed. Columbia University, Teachers College; Ed.D Columbia University, Teachers College

Specialties:

  • Curriculum Design
  • Elementary Methods in Physical Education
  • Dance
  • Dance/movement Therapy
  • Creative Arts Therapy

Publications:

Scholarship/Publications

Chapter
Koch, N., & Melson, B., (1998).  “Dance/movement therapy”.  In J.D. Nospitz (Ed.), Handbook of child and adolescent psychiatry.  New York:  Wiley

Articles
Koch, N. (2006) “The 3Rs in Motion: Health, the body and learning” has been accepted and is being featured in the Practice Notes section of an upcoming edition of the Journal of Health Education and Behavior

Koch, N. (2006). “The 3Rs in MotionConference Proceedings of theJoint Conference of the American Dance Therapy Association and the National Dance Education Organization 

Koch, N. (2006). “How to be healthy and fit for a lifetime.” Community View article, appearing in the January 19, 2006 Rockland edition of The Journal News, a Gannett newspaper publication.

Koch, N (2004). “An Interview with Claire Schmais and Elissa White”.  American Journal of Dance Therapy.   26 (2) 91-117.

Sakiyama, Y., & Koch, N. (2003). “An issue of touching in dance therapy in Japan.” American Journal of Dance Therapy.25 (2) 79-95.

Koch, N., (1984) .  “Content analysis of leadership variables in dance therapy”.  American Journal of Dance Therapy. 7, 58-75.

Koch, N. (1984).  “Interview with Liljan Espenak”.  American Journal of Dance Therapy. 4(2), 4-20.

Koch, N. (1974).  “Movement Exploration on a City Block”.  In Publication of New York State Education Department.

Reviews
Koch, N. (1990). “Mildred:  The first 90 years”.  The Gerontologist, 30(50), 716-717.

Koch, N. (1987).  “No maps on my taps”.  The Gerontologist, 27(2), 248

Accreditation report
2002-2006. Architect and co-author of the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC) accreditation Inquiry Brief. This document was prepared for Long Island University/C.W. Post Campus.  It reflects on the quality professional preparation programs offered by the Department of Health, Physical Education and Movement Science, that seeks both New York State and national accreditation.

Films:

I was honored at the 2nd Annual Gala Dance Concert and Reception for the New York State Chapter of the American Dance Therapy Association , for my “work and dedication during the making of [the film] Moving Stories: Portraits of Dance/Movement Therapy, and ongoing contributions to the field of dance/movement therapy.” I served as the interviewer of the dance/movement therapists featured in this educational film.

Performances:

Professional dance performance

Performed in the May 14, 2004 showing of “Grazed by a Comet.” This dance, choreographed by Susan Cherniak, was part of the 2004 Dance Connection: Choreography Showcase at Bergen Community College in Paramus, New Jersey.

Honors/Awards:

  • 2012-Excellence in Teaching Award, American Dance Therapy Association
  • 2011-Amazing Person Award-Higher Education/Professional Preparation Section of the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education and Movement Science
  • 2009-Higher Education Teacher of the Year, awarded by the Nassau Zone of the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education and Movement Science
PAULA E. LESTER

Director, Ed.D. in Interdisciplinary Educational Studies; Professor of EducationB.A., M.A., Lehman College, CUNY; M.S., Pace University; Ph.D., New York University

BETTE E. SCHNEIDERMAN

Associate Professor of Education, Information, and Technologies; Associate Professor in Palmer School of Library and Information Sciences; Co-Director, Design, Systems and Learning for the 21st Century
Co-Director, Educational Technology Programs
B.A., Syracuse University – History of Art in Liberal Arts; M.A., Syracuse University - Education; Ph.D., Hofstra University - Counseling, Psychology and Research in Education

Specialties:

Educational Technologies
Cultural and Community Outreach

VICTORIA SCHWARTZMAN

Adjunct Professor, Vocal Coach, Department of MusicUndergraduate Diploma, M.M in Piano Performance, and Artist Diploma in Chamber Music from Longy School of Music of Bard College; Graduate Diploma in Collaborative Piano from New England Conservatory

Specialties:

Vocal and Chamber Music Coaching, Solo Piano Performance, Russian and Hebrew Diction. 

Exhibits:

Lecture-Recital on Beethoven 32 variations and Debussy Preludes, presented at the New York University Piano Summer Intensive program (2013).

Recordings:

  • “Postludium,” featuring Nadya Meykson on violin and Victoria Schwartzman on piano, Joe Patrych Studios (2014).
  • “Reminiscenza,” Joe Patrych Studios (2010) 

Performances:

Chamber Music Highlights

  • Summit Music Festival, Manhattanville College, 2016
  • Newburgh Music Festival, 2016
  • Queen of the Hudson & North Chapel Concert Series, 2014-2016
  • Music Mountain Festival, 2011-2013
  • Cayuga Chamber Orchestra Chamber Series, Ithaca, NY, 2013
  • Bargemusic, New York City, 2010
  • Glimmerglass Chamber Players Recital, Cooperstown, NY, 2010
  • Duo Recitals Bargemusic, New York City, 2008-2009
  • New York Philharmonic Ensemble Series, 2007
  • Boston Classic Trio, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 2004
  • Yanvar Trio, Gessner-Schocken Series, Cambridge, MA, 2004
  • Recitals, Yanvar Trio and Béla Trio  Boston area , 2001-2004
  • Lyrica Fest Chamber Music Festival, Chatham, NJ, 2000

Solo

  • Roerich Museum, New York City, 2010-2016
  • Faculty Recital, Long Island University, Post, 2014-2016
  • Faculty Recital, Cali School of Music, MSU, 2012-2015
  • Recital, Bargemusic, New York City, 2008
  • Concerto Soloist, Riverside Orchestra, New York City, 2007-08, ‘10-11
  • Concerto Soloist, Longy Chamber Orchestra, Cambridge, MA , 2002
  • Concerto Soloist, Jerusalem Chamber Orchestra, 1995
  • Recitals, Boston area, MA, 1996-2010
  • Recitals, Israel, 1990-1996
  • Recital, Tel-Hi International Piano Festival, Israel, 1995

Affiliations and Associations

Co-Founder of the Newburgh Music Festival, in Newburgh, NY.

TECHNOLOGY AND EDUCATION

ABBY DRESS

Director, Public Relations Degree Program; Associate Professor of Media ArtsB.A., Hofstra University; M.B.A., Dowling College

Specialties:

Public Relations, Corporate Social Responsibility, Environment & Sustainable Development, Education, Technology and Education

Publications:

Author, “Why Study Public Relations and Social Media?” in Public Relations and Social Media for the Curious. (2015)

Co-designer, “Grounds for Knowledge: A Guide to Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory’s Landscapes & Building” (2008)

  • Co-author, “Igniting Steel: Korea’s POSCO Lights The Way” Korean (1993)
  • Co-author, “Igniting Steel: Korea’s POSCO Lights The Way” English (1992)
  • Co-author, “Dowling College: A Collection of Personal Remembrances 1955–1989” (1990)
  • Author, “The Communicated Stereotype: From Celebrity Vilification to Everyday Talk,” review published in the Media Ecology Journal. (in process 2016)
  • Author,”Newsphere: Understanding the New Media,” review published in the Media Ecology Journal. (2012)
  • Author, “Fast Media, Media Fast,” review published in the Media Ecology’s Marshall McLuhan Centennial Edition
  • Author, “Digital Images for the Information Professional,” review published in The Journal of the Information Society
  • Author, “Beyond Technology: Children’s Learning in the Age of Digital Culture,” review published in The Journal of the Information Society
  • Author, “Made to Break: Technology and Obsolescence in America,” review published in The Journal of the Information Society
  • Author, “1988 Fires in Yellowstone,” published in The Science Teacher
  • Author, “Hot Spot at Yellowstone,” Science Scope, A National Science Teacher Publication
  • Author, “Lab on a Chip: Platform in Development,” published in Advance for the Laboratory
  • Author, “Refitting the Bionic Lugie,” published in Medical Equipment Designer
  • Author, “Running Out of Time: An Analysis of Shutting Down New York Newsday by Times Mirror,” published in Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly
  • Author, “The Changed Media Landscape: Privatization in the Czech Republic,” published in Ventures in Research
  • Co-author, “The Global Challenge to America’s Engineering and Innovation Position” published in Gear Technology
  • Co-author, “Enterprise Excellence: Are We There Yet?” published in Gear Technology
  • Co-author, “Optimization through Customization,” published in Gear Technology
  • Co-author, “Determining the Knowledge Base Uncovers a Company’s Core Competencies,” published in Gear Technology
  • Author, “The 99s: 75 years of high-flying women,” published in Networking Magazine
  • Author, articles in Workboat Magazine, VIA Port of New York-Jersey and the Asian Wall Street Journal Weekly

Work Cited:

  • Design selected for inclusion in “American Graphic Design and Advertising Annual 25” (2009)
  • Designs selected for inclusion in “The Big Book of Green Design,”(2009)
  • Campaign noted in “Turnkey Program Yields Results,” published in “Publicity for nonprofits: generating media exposure that leads to awareness, growth, and contributions” (2006)
  • Designs selected for inclusion in “The 2003 Design Annual, American Graphic Design Awards” (2003)
  • Recognized in a cover story of Healthcare Marketing Report (1999)

Work Cited:

  • Design selected for inclusion in “American Graphic Design and Advertising Annual 25” (2009)
  • Designs selected for inclusion in “The Big Book of Green Design,”(2009)
  • Campaign noted in “Turnkey Program Yields Results,” published in “Publicity for nonprofits: generating media exposure that leads to awareness, growth, and contributions” (2006)
  • Designs selected for inclusion in “The 2003 Design Annual, American Graphic Design Awards” (2003)
  • Recognized in a cover story of Healthcare Marketing Report (1999)

Films

  • Co-producer, “Wings of Their Own,” a documentary about women pilots of the 20th century, accepted into the 2005 New York International Film and Video Festival, premiered at the Cradle of Aviation Museum, Garden City, N.Y. (November 29, 2004), and previewed at the Cinema Arts Centre, Huntington, N.Y. (July 26, 2004)

Films:

  • Co-producer, “Wings of Their Own,” a documentary about women pilots of the 20th century, accepted into the 2005 New York International Film and Video Festival, premiered at the Cradle of Aviation Museum, Garden City, N.Y. (November 29, 2004), and previewed at the Cinema Arts Centre, Huntington, N.Y. (July 26, 2004)

Honors/Awards:

  • Recipient, Hermes Creative Award (International): Gold for Book Publication, the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (2009)
  • Recipient, Hermes Creative Award (International): Honorable Mention for Nonprofit Poster, the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (2009)
  • Recipient, Communicator’s Award (International): Silver Award of Distinction for Book Publication, the International Academy of the Visual Arts (2009)
  • Recipient, National Clarion Award, the Association of Women in Communication (2006)
  • Recipient, Communicator’s 13th Annual Silver Award of Distinction for a Corporate Identity Program Award (2006)
  • Recipient, Grant Award, The Association of Hispanic Arts
  • Work selected for inclusion in the 2005 New York International Film and Video Festival Recipient, Best on Long Island 30 Bronze Award for a Self-Mailer (2003)
  • Recipient, Award of Distinction, Biomedical Marketing Association (2000)
  • Cited in N.Y. Hospital and Health News as one of three major health care marketing/communications experts in New York (1998)
  • Recipient, Teaching and Learning Grant for the Collaborative Multimedia Project, C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University
  • Recipient, Distinguished Service Award, Croix de Guerre, The Huntington Arts Council (1993)
  • Member, National Business Honor Society, Delta Mu Delta (1990-Present)
  • Recipient, Citicorp “Success” Award

Affiliation

  • Nominated National Member, American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA)
  • Former Board Member and Vice President, The Huntington Arts Council (HAC)
  • Member, Media Ecology Association (MEA)
  • Member and Former Board Member (NAWBO/LI) National Association of Woman Business Owners
  • Member, New York Communication Association
  • Member, Public Relations Professionals of Long Island (PRPLI)
  • Accredited Public Relations Professional, Public Relations Society of America (PRSA)
  • Member, Women in Communications (National and New York)

WHOLE LANGUAGE

KAREN OGULNICK

Associate Professor of EducationB.S., SUNY Plattsburgh; M.A., Hunter College, CUNY; Ph.D., New York University

Specialties:

Language Learning and Identity, TESOL

Publications:

  • Author, “Language Crossings: Negotiating the Self in a Multicultural World”
  • Author, “Onna Rashiku (Like a Woman): The Diary of a Language Learner in Japan”
  • Author, “Popular Education and Language Rights in Indigenous Mayan Communities”

Elections

STANLEY B. KLEIN

Professor of Political ScienceA.B., M.A., Ph.D., New York University

Specialties:

Congress, Presidency, U.S. Foreign Policy

English

SHEILA MCDONALD

Associate Professor of EnglishB.A., Howard University; M.A., City College, City University of New York; Ph.D., State University of New York at Stony Brook

EDMUND MILLER

Senior Professor of EnglishB.A., LIU Post; M.A., Ohio State University; Ph.D., Stony Brook University

Specialties:

Early 17th-Century British literature, 19th-Century British literature, Creative Writing

Publications:

Author, "Introduction: Dan Levin in the Time Machine," published in "Waiting for B Train: Poems" (2010)
Author, "Eye Brushes" (2010)
Author, "Cornered; and Other Poems" (2010)
Author, "Three Strikes against the Tim Burton 'Alice in Wonderland,'" published in "Burton in Underland: Carrollian Reviews" (2010)
Author, "A Rider of Currents" (2009)
Co-editor, "Long Island Sounds IV" ( 2009)
Author, introduction and notes, published in "Stories Toto Told Me" (2008)
Author, program notes, published in "John Digby and the Art of Collage: Welsh Incident ( 2008)
Author, "What's She Talking About?: Post-Feminist Notes on Sexist Grammar," published in "Collide: Styles, Structures, and Ideas in Disciplinary Writing," 2nd ed. (2007)
Author, "1, 2, 3, 4" (2005)
Author, "The Go-Go Boy Sonnets: Men of the New York Club Scene" (2005)
Author, "Colasterion: Milton's Lively Prose," published in Proceedings of the 2003 Northeast Regional Meeting of the Conference on Christianity and Literature (2004)
Author, "Renaming Algernon," published in "Oscar Wilde: The Man, His Writings, and His World" (2003). Abstract published in Lesbian and Gay Studies Newsletter (2000)
Author, "Dorothy L. Sayers," published in "Twentieth-Century British Women Writers"  (2002)
Author, review of  "The Pulse of Praise: Form as a Second Self in the Poetry of George Herbert," published in Christianity and Literature (2001)
Author, "Night Times" (2000)
Author, "Phases of the Moon," published in "The Moon as Text 3" (2000)
Co-editor, "The Ragged Edge" (2000)
Author, review of "A Good Re-[E]ducation in Dante's "Inferno," published in the New York Times Book Review (2000)
Author, "Sylvester Stallone: Auteur," published in Proceeding of the Global Awareness Conference, Montreal, Canada (1998)
Author, "Archibald Armstrong," published in "Fools and Jesters in Literature, Art, and History" (1998)
Author, Review of "Polite Wisdom: Heathen Rhetorics" in Milton's "Aeropagitica," published in Christianity and Literature 1997
Author, "Erato Throws a Curve: Anais Nin and the Elusive Feminine Voice in Erotica," published in "Anais Nin: Perspectives" (1997)
Author, "The Blooming of Biblical Feminism," published in Proceedings: Northeast Regional Meeting of the Conference on Christianity and Literature (1996)
Author, reviews of numerous publications in Bay Windows (1995)
Author, review of "Same-Sex Unions in the Middle Ages," published in Confrontation (1995)
Author, reviews of "David Theater and New King Cinema" and of  "The New York Live Show Scene," published in Steam (1995)
Author, "Leavings" (1995)
Author, "Jeremy Taylor", published in "Early Seventeenth-Century British Prose Writers" (1995)
Author, "Mae West," published in "Great Lives from History II: American Women" (1995)
Author, several essays in the "Encyclopedia of British Humorists" (1995)

Recordings:

Interviewed on “Exotica” Manhattan cable television show (1997)

Performances:

Presenter, The Names Institute Conference, Baruch College of the City University of New York ( 2010)
Staged readings, Red Bull Theater (2010)
Presenter, Northeast Conference on Christianity and  Literature, Pace University, NY (2010)
Presenter, Midwest Conference on Christianity and Literature, Pace University NY (2010)
Poetry reading, LIU Post (2006)
Presenter, Conference on Christianity and Literature,  St. Francis College, Brooklyn, NY (2006)
Discussant, performance of "The Atheist's Tragedy"(2006)
Presenter, Beginning Genealogical Research, LIU Post (2005)
Discussant, several performances, Red Bull Theater, New York (2005)
Presenter, Northeast Regional Meeting of the Conference on Christianity and Literature, Farmingdale State College (2003)
Presenter, "The Names Institute Conference, Baruch College of the City University of New York (2002)
Discussion leader, Great Neck Theater (2002)
Presenter, Hofstra University (2000, 1999) 
Presenter, Posing Questions: Interrogating Performance, Exhibition, and Representation: Interdisciplinary Conference, Stony Brook University (1999)

Workshops Conducted

Ohio State University (1980)
University of Northern Iowa and Oakland University (1978)

Featured Readings
Performance Poets Event, Wyld Chyld Café, Manhasset NY (2010)
Featured Poet, Performance Poets Event,  Barnes and Noble, Manhasset NY (2008)
Featured Poet, Poetry Barn, Huntington Historical Society, NY (2009)
Featured Reader,  Starbucks Café, Roslyn Heights NY (2007)

Honors/Awards:

Recipient, David Newton Award for Excellence in Teaching, LIU (2002)
Recipient, Folger Library Seminar Award (1986)
Recipient, NEH Summer Seminar Award (1982)

Professional Affiliations

Literature

Life Member, Modern Language Association of America (1965-)
Life Member, Milton Society of America (1975-)
Charter member, Lewis Carroll Society of North America (1976-)
Member, Conference on Christianity and Literature (1977-)
- Keynote Speaker, Centennial Celebration of Sylvie and Bruno (1990)
- Conference Coordinator (1985)
- Regional President (1986-87)
- Member, Regional Steering Committee (1989-2000)

Genealogy and Onomastics

Member, American Name Society (1990-93, 1995-)
Member, Augustan Society (1977-)
- Editor of Journal (1978-81)
- Fellow (1988-)
Member, Haskell Family Association (1987-)
Member, Ostrander Family Association (1986-)

SUZANNE NALBANTIAN

Professor of EnglishB.A., Barnard College at Columbia University; M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., Columbia University

Environment

MARGARET F. BOORSTEIN

Chair, Earth and Environmental Science Department; Professor of GeographyB.A., Barnard College, Columbia University; M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., Columbia University

Specialties:

Conservation, Environmental Issues, Meteorology, National Parks, Ozone Layer, Weather/Storms Topic(s): Environment, Geology/Geography

SCOTT A. CARLIN

Associate Professor of GeographyB.A., Brandeis University; Ph.D., Clark University

Specialties:

Community Mapping, Environmental Interest Groups, Measuring Quality of Life, Sustainable Development

Publications:

  • Co-author, “Ecology Worldview,” published in the International Handbook of Emotional Healing: Rituals and Practices for Resilience After Mass Trauma
  • Author, “Gratitude and Climate Change,” published in the Long Island Press
  • Author, “From Eco to Ego: A New Worldview,” published in the Report of the Editorial Working Group of Climatecaucus.net
ANKE GROSSKOPF

Associate Professor of Political Science and International StudiesB.A., Graduate Certificate, University of Mannheim (Germany); M.A., Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh

Specialties:

East Germany, European Union, International Politics (Especially Europe)

PATRICK J. KENNELLY

Professor of GeographyB.S., Allegheny College, M.S., University of Arizona; Ph.D., Oregon State University

Specialties:

Cartography, Geographic Information Systems, Spatial Analysis, Online Education, Terrain Representation

Publications:

Bannister, R, and P. Kennelly. 2015. Incorporating Stream Features into Groundwater Contouring Tools with GIS. Accepted by Groundwater.
Neidich-Ryder, C.* and P. Kennelly. 2014. Mapping Prairie Remnants of the Hempstead Plains, Long Island, New York. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 186(5): 3011-3022.
Kennelly, P. and J. Stewart. 2014. General Sky Models for Illuminating Terrains. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 28(2): 383-406.
Kennelly, P. 2013. Relating GIS&T and Project Management Bodies of Knowledge to Projects Perceived as Successes. The URISA Journal 25(1): 5-17.
Kennelly, P. 2012. Cross-Hatched Shadow Line Maps. The Cartographic Journal 49(2): 135-142.
Kennelly, P. 2011. Landscape Volumetrics and Visualizations of the Butte Mining District, Montana. Environmental and Engineering Geoscience XVII(3): 213-226.
Stewart, J. and P. Kennelly. 2010. Illuminated Choropleth Maps. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 100(3): 513-534.
Takeuchi, K.* and P. Kennelly. 2010. iSeismometer: A Geoscientific iPhone Application. Computers and Geosciences. 36 :573-575.
Gammons C., T. Duaime, S. Parker, S. Poulson, and P. Kennelly. 2010.Geochemistry and Stable Isotope Investigation of Acid Mine Drainage Associated with Abandoned Coal Mines in Central Montana, USA. Chemical Geology. 269: 100-112.
Kennelly, P. 2009. An Online Social Networking Approach to Reinforce Learning of Rocks and Minerals. Journal of Geoscience Education. 57(1): 33-40.
Kennelly, P. 2008. Terrain Maps Displaying Hill-shading with Curvature. Geomorphology 102: 567-577.

* denotes student

LILLIAN HESS TANGUAY

Associate Professor of GeologyB.A., Buffalo State College; M.A., Brooklyn College, CUNY; Ph.D., The Graduate Center, CUNY

Specialties:

Costal Processes, Oceanography, Petroleum Geology, Petrophysics, Sedimentary Geology

Publications:

  • Co-author, “Recent Natural and Engineered Changes on a New York City Beach, Arverne, Rockaway, New York,” published in Geological Society of America: Abstracts with Programs
  • Co-author, “Mapping Intentionally Uncertain Groundwater Data with Geographic Information Systems,” published in Geological Society of America: Abstracts with Programs
  • Author, “The Rocks of The Description de l'Égypte,” published in Geological Society of America: Abstracts with Programs

Ethics

JOHN LUTZ

Chair, English Department; Associate Professor of EnglishB.A., M.A., Long Island University; Ph.D., Stony Brook University

Specialties:

Postcolonial Literature, Literary Theory, Philosophy and Literature, Marxism, 20th-century World Anglophone Literatures, History and Theory of the Novel, Moral Philosophy, Political Philosophy

Publications:

  • Author, “Zombies of the World Unite: Class Struggle and Alienation in ‘Land of the Dead,’” published in “Philosophy and Horror” (2010)
  • Author, “From Domestic Nightmares to the Nightmare of History: Uncanny Eruptions of Violence in King and Kubrick’s ‘The Shining,’” published in “Philosophy and Horror” (2010)
  • Author, “Commodity Fetishism, Patriarchal Repression, and Psychic Deprivation in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things,” published in Mosaic (2009)
  • Author, “A Marxian Theory of the Subject: Commodity Fetishism, Autonomy, and Psychological Deprivation,” published in Rethinking Marxism (2009)
  • Author, “A Rage for Order: Fetishism, Self-Betrayal, and Exploitation in The Secret Agent,” published in Conradiana (2008)
  • Author, “Pessimism, Autonomy, and Commodity Fetishism in Ayi Kwei Armah’s The Beautyful Ones Are Not Yet Born,” published in Research in African Literatures (2003)
  • Author, “Ngugi’s Dialectical Vision: Individualism and Revolutionary Consciousness in A Grain of Wheat,” published in Ufahamu (2003)
  • Author, “That Texas Disease: Commodity Fetishism and Psychic Deprivation in The Hamlet,” published in LIT: Literature, Interpretation, Theory (2002)
  • Author, “Chichikov’s Chest: Reality, Representation, and Infectious Storytelling in Dead Souls,” published in Texas Studies in Literature and Language (2001)
  • Author, “Centaurs and Other Savages: Patriarchy, Hunger, and Fetishism in ‘Falk,’” published in Conradiana (2000)
  • Author, “Faulkner’s Parable of the Cave: Ideology and Social Criticism in Light in August,” published in Mississippi Quarterly (1999)

Affiliations

Member, Modern Language Association

ILENE LEOPOLD PERSOFF

Associate Professor of AccountingB.A., Brandeis University; M.S., Long Island University; C.P.A.

Specialties:

Accounting, Taxation for Divorce

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Family

PAUL J. CIBOROWSKI

Associate Professor of EducationB.A., University of Dayton; M.A., New York University; Ph.D., Fordham University

Specialties:

Child Studies, Children, Delinquency, Dropouts and Drugs, Effects of Divorce, Gangs, Gang Formation and Prevention, Marriage and Family Issues, Single Parents and their Youth Issues, Youth At-Risk Factors, Youth Violence and Bullying

Publications:

  • Author, “Survival Skills for Single Parents”
  • Author, “The Changing Family”
  • Author, “Single Mothers by Choice”
EVA FEINDLER

Director, Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program; Professor of PsychologyB.A., Mt. Holyoke College; M.A., Ph.D., West Virginia University

Specialties:

Adolescent Behavior, Children and Families in Crisis, Domestic Violence, Clinical Supervision and Family Therapy. Cognitive-behavioral interventions with children and adolescents, adolescent anger control, clinical psychology training.

Publications:

Feindler, E., S. Jenny, Klein & Smith, T. (2016) Innovative PsyD Training: An alumni mentorship program enhances relational competencies. Submitted to Training and Education in Professional Psychology.

Feindler, E.L., Gerber, M. & Engel, E. (2016) Program Evaluation Challenges: Is Aggression Replacement Training (ART) Effective? Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Science, 4, 2.

Vidair, H., Feyijinmi, G. & Feindler, E. (2016) Termination in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy with Children, Adolescents, and Parents. Psychotherapy, Online availability November.

Feindler, E.L. & Sita, G. (in contract, to be published in 2017). TAME: Teen Anger Management Education: Implementation guidelines for mental health professionals. Research Press, Champaign, ILL.

Vidair, H., Gustafson, P. & Feindler, E.L. (in contract) The Dissertation Guide for Applied Psychology, Oxford University Press, N.Y., N.Y.

Feindler, E.L. & Kahoud, D. (2015) Two sides of a Theoretical coin: Multiple perspectives on training in a dual orientation program. Chapter 14 in J. Bresler & K. Starr (Eds.) Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy: An Evolving Synergy Routledge, N.Y., N.Y. 

Feindler, E. L. (2014) Transformations of theoretical orientation: A clinician’s personal journey.  British Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, Vol. 11, 2-12.

Feindler, E. L. & Liebman, M. (2014) Chapter 2: Behavioral Assessment in School Settings in R. Flanagan, K. Allen & E. Levine (Eds.) Cognitive and Behavioral Interventions in the Schools: Integrating Theory and Research into Practice. NY: Springer.

Feindler, E.L. & Byers, A. (2013) CBT with adolescent offenders. Chapter 17 in R.C. Tafrate and D. Mitchell (Eds.), Forensic CBT: A Practitioner’s Guide. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, England.

Mahler, M. & Feindler, E.L. (2013) Examining the relationship between leader behavior and group climate for aggressive adolescents in group intervention: A pilot study. Chapter 2 in G. Tully & G. Dolan-Reilly (Eds.) Group Work: An International Conversation on Diversity in Practice, Whiting & Birch, London, England

Feindler, E.L., Gerber, M. & Engel, E. (2012).  ART Research and Program Evaluation.  Chapter 13 in M. Amendola and R. Oliver (Eds.) The PrePare Curriculum: An Implementation Guide, Research Press: Champaign, Ill.

Feindler, E. & Engel, E. (2011) Assessment and intervention for adolescents with anger and aggression difficulties in school settings.Psychology in the Schools, 48, 243-253.

Feindler, E.L. & Gerber, M. (2011) Youth anger management treatment for school violence prevention. Chapter 30 in S. Jimerson, A. Nickerson,  M. Mayer and M. Furlong (Eds.), Handbook of School Violence and School Safety: International Research and Practice, 2nd Ed., Routledge: New York, 409-422.

Feindler, E.L. & Padrone, J. (2009).  Self-Disclosure in Clinical Supervision.  Chapter 20 in A. Bloomgarden and R. Mennuti (Eds.), Psychotherapist Revealed:  Therapists Speak About Self Disclosure, Routlege, Taylor and Francis: New York.

Feindler, E.L. (2009). Playful strategies to manage frustration: The Turtle Technique and Beyond. Chapter 19 in A. Drewes (Ed.), Blending Play Therapy with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Wiley & Sons: Hoboken, NJ.

Feindler, E.L. & Gerber, M. (2007).  TAME Teen Anger Management Education.  In C.W. LeCroy (Ed.), Handbook of Evidence-Based Treatment Manuals for Children and Adolescents, 2nd Ed., Chapter 6, Oxford University Press: New York.

Editorial Review Board: Practice Innovations, new APA journal sponsored by Division 42 (2016-present)

Editorial Review Board: Professional Psychology: Research and Practice (2013-present)

Guest Reviewer: Training and Education in Professional Psychology (2013-present)

Fellowships: APA Division 42, ABCT


CAMILO ORTIZ

Co-director of Clinical Training; Associate Professor. Doctoral Program in Clinical PsychologyB.S., Human Development & Family Studies, Cornell University; M.S., Clinical Psychology, The University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, The University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Specialties:

parenting, disruptive behavior problems in children, bedtime resistance, elimination disorders, and cognitive behavior therapy for child and adult psychiatric disorders

Publications:

(Since 2007)

Co-author, “Maternal treatment acceptability and preference of room time-out and deferred time-out escape contingencies,” published in Child & Family Behavior Therapy, 38(2), 105-123 (2016).

Co-author, "Cultural diversity: Do we need a new wake-up call for parent training?," published in Behavior Therapy44, 443-458 (2013).

Co-author, "Spare the time out, spoil the child: Use of the house of worship as a site for parent training," published in InBalance Division 53 APA Newsletter28(1) (2013).

Co-author, “No association between music ability and hand preference in children,” published in Journal of Motor Behavior, 42(5), 269-275 (2010).

Co-author, “The effect of piano lessons on the vocabulary and verbal sequencing skills of primary grade students,” published in Psychology of Music, 37(3), 325-347 (2009).

Co-author, “Parent involvement in preschool: Predictors and the relation of involvement to pre-literacy development,” published in School Psychology Review, 37(1), 74-90 (2008). 

Co-author, “Behavioral parent-training approaches for the treatment of bedtime noncompliance in young children,” published in Journal of Early and Intensive Behavioral Intervention, 4(2), 511-525 (2007). 

Co-author, “Two-session group parent training for bedtime noncompliance in Head Start children,” published in Child and Family Behavior Therapy, 29(3), 23-55 (2007).

Co-author, “Parent-training groups for fathers of Head Start children: A pilot study of their impact on child behavior and intra-familial relationships,” published in Child and Family Behavior Therapy, 29(2), 47-64 (2007).

Honors/Awards:

National Institutes of Health, 2017-2019 Co-Investigator. New Technologies for Therapist Training and Patient Engagement in Behavioral Parent Training (R43)." ($556,000).

Long Island University Intramural Peer Reviewed Research Grant, 2016-2019, Principal Investigator. “Development and Validation of a Scale of Parent-Child Technoconflict.” ($2.500).

Long Island University Intramural Peer Reviewed Research Grant, 2015-2018, Principal Investigator. “Development and Validation of a Scale Measuring Relationship Patterns in Twins.” ($2.480).

Long Island University Intramural Peer Reviewed Research Grant, 2012-2013, Principal Investigator. “Does Behavioral Extinction Treatment for Bedtime Resistance Negatively Impact a Child’s Attachment Behavior? A Nonconcurrent Multiple Baseline Analysis” ($1,756).

National Institute of Mental Health, 2004-2010, Principal Investigator. “Topic Sequencing Effects in Parent Training.” Career Development Research Grant (K01). ($716,815).

American Psychological Association, 2006-2007. “Enhancing Multicultural Training at Long Island University”. CEMRATT Training Grant. ($5,000).

Department of Health & Human Services, Administration for Children & Families, 2003-04, Principal Investigator. “An Experimental Examination of Group Parent-Training for Bedtime Noncompliance in Head Start Children.” with Co-Investigator, Christine Wade. Dissertation Grant, ($20,000).

Bureau of Health Professions, Graduate Psychology Education Program, 2003-2004, Principal writer of training grant aimed at improving clinical training in the doctoral psychology program at C. W. Post by increasing interdisciplinary training for students. ($141,000).

Department of Health & Human Services, Administration for Children & Families, 2002-04, Principal Investigator. “Parent Training for Fathers of Head Start Children: An Investigation of Its Impact on Intra-Familial Relationships & Child Behavior,” with Co-Investigator, Elana Kun. Dissertation Grant, ($40,000).

National Institute of Mental Health Minority Supplement, 1999-2001, Susan O'Leary (PI on the 
grant) and I co-wrote the proposal to fund postdoctoral research. ($189,000).

Department of Health & Human Services, Administration for Children & Families, 1997-99, Graduate Student Investigator “The Parent Behavior Scale,” Dissertation Grant, ($30,000)

Professional Affiliations

Association for Behavioral & Cognitive Therapies, (ABCT) Full Member, 1994-present
-ABCT Ambassador, 2009-present
-President, Parenting Special Interest Group, 2008-2009
-Secretary, Parenting Special Interest Group, 2005-2006

Sigma Xi, The Scientific Society, Full Member, 1998-present

JILL H. RATHUS

Professor of PsychologyB.A., Cornell University; M.A., Ph.D., Stony Brook University

Specialties:

Anxiety Disorders, Borderline Personality Disorder, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Couple Distress and Couples Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Intimate Partner Violence, Mental Therapy, Spousal Abuse, Suicidal and Self Injurious Adolescents (Treatment, Features, Causes),

Publications:

  • Co-author, “Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Suicidal Adolescents”
  • Co-author, “Assessment of Partner Violence”
  • Co-author, “Marital Distress: Cognitive Behavioral Interventions for Couples”
  • Rathus, J.H., Wagner, D., & Miller, A.L. Self-report assessment of emotion dysregulation, impulsivity, interpersonal chaos, and confusion about self: Development and psychometric eval. of the Life Problems Inventory. (Manuscript in preparation).
  • Miller, A.L., Rathus, J.H., & DeBose (in press). Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Adolescents: Adapting treatment across settings. In K. Keorner and L. DiMeff (Eds.) Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Applications Across New Modes and Settings. Guilford Press.
  • Rathus, J.H., Meyer, S.L., & O’Leary. (Under revision). Attachment, proximity control, and wife abuse. Journal of Family Violence.
  • Rathus, J.H. (2006). Dialectical behavior therapy for anger-related disorders. In E. Feindler (Ed.) Anger-Related Disorders: A practitioner’s guide to comparative treatments (pp. 139-164). NY: Springer Publishing.
  • Rathus, J.H., Cavuoto, N., & Passarelli, V. (2006) DBT: A mindfulness-based treatment for intimate partner violence. In R. Baer (Ed.) Mindfulness-based Treatment Approaches: Clinician’s Guide to Evidence Base and Applications (pp. 333-358). Boston: Academic Press.
  • Wagner, E., Rathus, J.H., & Miller, A.L. (2006). Mindfulness in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) for adolescents. In R. Baer (Ed.) Mindfulness-based Treatment Approaches Clinician’s Guide to Evidence Base and Applications (pp. 167-189). Boston: Academic Press.
  • Miller, A.L., Wagner, E., & Rathus, J.H. (2004). Dialectical behavior therapy for suicidal adolescents: An overview. In H. Steiner & C. Remy (Eds.) Handbook of Mental Health Interventions in Children and Adolescents (pp.659-684). Jossey-Bass.
  • Rathus, J.H., & Miller, A.L. (2002). Dialectical behavior therapy adapted for suicidal adolescents. Suicide & Life Threatening Behavior, 32,146-157.

Fiction

THOMAS FAHY

Director, American Studies Program; Graduate Adviser, English Department; Associate Professor of EnglishB.A., University of California at Davis; M.A., Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Specialties:

American Literature, American Studies, 20th-century American Theatre, Cultural Studies, Disability Studies, Classical Music, Film and Television, Fiction, Young Adult Fiction

Publications:

  • Author, “Staging Modern American Life: Popular Culture in the Experimental Theatre of Millay, Cummings, and Dos Passos” (2011)
  • Author, “Freak Shows and the Modern American Imagination: Constructing the Damaged Body from Willa Cather to Truman Capote” (2006)
  • Author, “Gabriel García Márquez’s Love in the Time of Cholera: A Reader’s Guide” (2003)
  • Author, “Night Visions: A Novel of Suspense” (2004)
  • Author, “Sleepless: A Novel” (2009)
  • Author, “The Unspoken: A Novel” (2008)
    Editor, "Alan Ball: Conversations" (2013)
  • Editor, “The Philosophy of Horror” (2010)
  • Editor, “Considering David Chase: Essays on The Rockford Files, Northern Exposure, and The Sopranos” (2007)
  • Editor, “Considering Alan Ball: Essays on Death, Sexuality, and the American Dream” (2006)
  • Editor, “Considering Aaron Sorkin: Essays on the Politics, Poetics, and Sleight of Hand in the Films and Television Series” (2005)
  • Co-editor, “Peering Behind the Curtain: Disability, Illness, and the Extraordinary Body in Contemporary Theater” (2002)
  • Co-editor, “Captive Audience: Prison and Captivity in Contemporary Theater” (2003)
  • Assistant Editor, “A Modern Mosaic: Art and Modernism in the United States” (2000)
  • Author, articles in numerous journals, including Modern Drama, Mississippi Quarterly, The Journal of the Midwest Modern Language Association, Spring, The Journal of Popular Culture, The Journal of American Culture, Women's Studies, Prospects: An Annual of American Cultural Studies, Style, Mosaic, and Shofar

Honors/Awards:

  • Recipient, American Library Association Award for Reluctant Young Readers for his novel “Sleepless” (2009)
  • Recipient, American Library Association Award for Reluctant Young Readers for his novel “The Unspoken” (2008)

Affiliations

  • Member, Phi Beta Kappa
  • Member, American Studies Association
  • Member, Modern Language Association
  • Member, Society for Cinema Studies
  • Member, Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators
  • Editorial Board Member, Confrontation Magazine
  • Reader, Style (Northern Illinois University)
  • Reader, MELUS (Journal for the Society for Multi-Ethnic Literature in the U.S.)
  • Reader, Studies in the Novel (University of North Texas)

Film & Television

THOMAS FAHY

Director, American Studies Program; Graduate Adviser, English Department; Associate Professor of EnglishB.A., University of California at Davis; M.A., Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Specialties:

American Literature, American Studies, 20th-century American Theatre, Cultural Studies, Disability Studies, Classical Music, Film and Television, Fiction, Young Adult Fiction

Publications:

  • Author, “Staging Modern American Life: Popular Culture in the Experimental Theatre of Millay, Cummings, and Dos Passos” (2011)
  • Author, “Freak Shows and the Modern American Imagination: Constructing the Damaged Body from Willa Cather to Truman Capote” (2006)
  • Author, “Gabriel García Márquez’s Love in the Time of Cholera: A Reader’s Guide” (2003)
  • Author, “Night Visions: A Novel of Suspense” (2004)
  • Author, “Sleepless: A Novel” (2009)
  • Author, “The Unspoken: A Novel” (2008)
    Editor, "Alan Ball: Conversations" (2013)
  • Editor, “The Philosophy of Horror” (2010)
  • Editor, “Considering David Chase: Essays on The Rockford Files, Northern Exposure, and The Sopranos” (2007)
  • Editor, “Considering Alan Ball: Essays on Death, Sexuality, and the American Dream” (2006)
  • Editor, “Considering Aaron Sorkin: Essays on the Politics, Poetics, and Sleight of Hand in the Films and Television Series” (2005)
  • Co-editor, “Peering Behind the Curtain: Disability, Illness, and the Extraordinary Body in Contemporary Theater” (2002)
  • Co-editor, “Captive Audience: Prison and Captivity in Contemporary Theater” (2003)
  • Assistant Editor, “A Modern Mosaic: Art and Modernism in the United States” (2000)
  • Author, articles in numerous journals, including Modern Drama, Mississippi Quarterly, The Journal of the Midwest Modern Language Association, Spring, The Journal of Popular Culture, The Journal of American Culture, Women's Studies, Prospects: An Annual of American Cultural Studies, Style, Mosaic, and Shofar

Honors/Awards:

  • Recipient, American Library Association Award for Reluctant Young Readers for his novel “Sleepless” (2009)
  • Recipient, American Library Association Award for Reluctant Young Readers for his novel “The Unspoken” (2008)

Affiliations

  • Member, Phi Beta Kappa
  • Member, American Studies Association
  • Member, Modern Language Association
  • Member, Society for Cinema Studies
  • Member, Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators
  • Editorial Board Member, Confrontation Magazine
  • Reader, Style (Northern Illinois University)
  • Reader, MELUS (Journal for the Society for Multi-Ethnic Literature in the U.S.)
  • Reader, Studies in the Novel (University of North Texas)

Financial Aid

JOANNE GRAZIANO

Administrator & Assistant Provost for Admissions and RecruitmentB.S., St. John’s University; M.B.A., C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University

Affiliation

  • Former director of financial assistance, C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University

Fitness Education

NANA KOCH

Chairperson
Department of Health, Physical Education and Movement Science; Associate Professor
B.A., Adelphi University; M.A. Adelphi University
M.Ed. Columbia University, Teachers College; Ed.D Columbia University, Teachers College

Specialties:

  • Curriculum Design
  • Elementary Methods in Physical Education
  • Dance
  • Dance/movement Therapy
  • Creative Arts Therapy

Publications:

Scholarship/Publications

Chapter
Koch, N., & Melson, B., (1998).  “Dance/movement therapy”.  In J.D. Nospitz (Ed.), Handbook of child and adolescent psychiatry.  New York:  Wiley

Articles
Koch, N. (2006) “The 3Rs in Motion: Health, the body and learning” has been accepted and is being featured in the Practice Notes section of an upcoming edition of the Journal of Health Education and Behavior

Koch, N. (2006). “The 3Rs in MotionConference Proceedings of theJoint Conference of the American Dance Therapy Association and the National Dance Education Organization 

Koch, N. (2006). “How to be healthy and fit for a lifetime.” Community View article, appearing in the January 19, 2006 Rockland edition of The Journal News, a Gannett newspaper publication.

Koch, N (2004). “An Interview with Claire Schmais and Elissa White”.  American Journal of Dance Therapy.   26 (2) 91-117.

Sakiyama, Y., & Koch, N. (2003). “An issue of touching in dance therapy in Japan.” American Journal of Dance Therapy.25 (2) 79-95.

Koch, N., (1984) .  “Content analysis of leadership variables in dance therapy”.  American Journal of Dance Therapy. 7, 58-75.

Koch, N. (1984).  “Interview with Liljan Espenak”.  American Journal of Dance Therapy. 4(2), 4-20.

Koch, N. (1974).  “Movement Exploration on a City Block”.  In Publication of New York State Education Department.

Reviews
Koch, N. (1990). “Mildred:  The first 90 years”.  The Gerontologist, 30(50), 716-717.

Koch, N. (1987).  “No maps on my taps”.  The Gerontologist, 27(2), 248

Accreditation report
2002-2006. Architect and co-author of the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC) accreditation Inquiry Brief. This document was prepared for Long Island University/C.W. Post Campus.  It reflects on the quality professional preparation programs offered by the Department of Health, Physical Education and Movement Science, that seeks both New York State and national accreditation.

Films:

I was honored at the 2nd Annual Gala Dance Concert and Reception for the New York State Chapter of the American Dance Therapy Association , for my “work and dedication during the making of [the film] Moving Stories: Portraits of Dance/Movement Therapy, and ongoing contributions to the field of dance/movement therapy.” I served as the interviewer of the dance/movement therapists featured in this educational film.

Performances:

Professional dance performance

Performed in the May 14, 2004 showing of “Grazed by a Comet.” This dance, choreographed by Susan Cherniak, was part of the 2004 Dance Connection: Choreography Showcase at Bergen Community College in Paramus, New Jersey.

Honors/Awards:

  • 2012-Excellence in Teaching Award, American Dance Therapy Association
  • 2011-Amazing Person Award-Higher Education/Professional Preparation Section of the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education and Movement Science
  • 2009-Higher Education Teacher of the Year, awarded by the Nassau Zone of the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education and Movement Science

Foreign Languages

ERICA FROUMAN-SMITH

Associate Professor of Spanish; Graduate Adviser in SpanishB.A., University of Massachusetts Amherst; M.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison; Ph.D., University of New Mexico

Specialties:

Contemporary Spanish-American Fiction, Spanish-American Women Writers, Literary Translation, Rosario Castellanos, Malinche

Publications:

  • Translator, "Federico García Lorca and the Culture of Male Homosexuality"
  • Translator, “Violent Times,” published in Review: Latin American Literature and the Arts” (2010)
  • Translator, “Jorge Monteleone: ‘Argentine Poetry and Social Narrative,’” published in Review: Latin American Literature and the Arts (2007)
  • Translator, “David Oubiña: ‘Fischerman and Gombrowicz: A Treatise on Excess,’” published in Review: Latin American Literature and the Arts, (2007)
  • Translator, “Angel Sahuquillo, Federico García Lorca and the Culture of Male Homosexuality” (2007)
  • Author, “Rosario Castellanos: Charting a Course Towards Another Way to Be,” published in “Collide” (2005
  • Author, “Review: ‘Las estrategias del orden: Análisis de la cuentística de Liliana Heker’ by Héctor M. Cavallari y Graciela P. García,” published in Letras Femeninas (2005)
  • Author, “Women and the Problem of Domination in the Short Fiction of Inés Arredondo,” published in Letras Femeninas (1997)
  • Author, “Gender Conflicts in the Fiction of Liliana Heker” published in Revista de Estudios Hispánicos (1995)
  • Author, “Review: El peronismo (1943-1955) en la narrativa argentina de Rodolfo A. Borello,” published in Revista Hispánica Moderna (1994)
  • Author, “Woman on the Verge of a Breakthrough: Liliana Heker’s Zona de clivaje as a Female Bildungsroman,” published in Letras Femeninas (1993)
  • Author, “Entrevista con Liliana Heker,” published in Chasqui: Revista de Literatura Latinoamericana (1992)
  • Author, “Review: Liliana Heker: ‘Los bordes de lo real,’” published in Chasqui: Revista de Literatura Latinoamericana (1992)
  • Author, “Review: Liliana Heker: ‘Zona de clivaje,’” published in Letras Femeninas (1991)
  • Author, “Review: ‘Esta puente, mi espalda: Voces de mujeres tercermundistas en los Estados Unidos,’” published in The Americas Review (1991)
  • Author, “Patriarchy and Madness: the Dilemma of Female Characters in the Short Fiction of Amparo Dávila,” published in Discurso Literario (1991)
  • Author, “Silvina Bullrich,” published in “Spanish American Women Writers” (1990)
  • Author, “Review: Splintering Darkness: Latin American Women Writers in Search of Themselves,” Lucía Guerra Cunningham, ed., published in Revista Interamericana de bibliografía, (1990)
  • Author, “Patterns of Female Entrapment and Escape in three Short Stories by Amparo Dávila,” published in Chasqui: Revista de Literature Latinoamericana (1989)
  • Author, “Entrevista con Amparo Dávila,” published in Chasqui: Revista de Literatura Latinoamericana (1989)
  • Translator, “The Guest” by Amparo Dávila, published in Review: Latin American Literature and the Arts (1987)
  • Translator, “The Divorce” by Silvina Bullrich, published in “Contemporary Women Writers of Latin America: New Translations” (1983)
  • Author, “The Paradoxes of Silvina Bullrich.” “Contemporary Women Writers of Latin American: Introductory Essays” (1983)

Honors/Awards:

  • Member, Phi Beta Kappa
  • Member, Phi Kappa Phi
  • Member, Sigma Delta Pi (Spanish Honor Society)
  • Recipient, Ford Foundation Fellowship

Professional Affiliations

  • Member, Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese
  • Member, Modern Language Association

Forensics

CHANTAL FERRARO

Associate Professor of AnthropologyB.A., Queens College, CUNY; M.Phil., Ph.D., The Graduate Center, CUNY

Specialties:

Cultural and Social Anthropology, Eurohistory, Forensic Anthropology, Peasant Societies, Political Anthropology, South Pacific Islands, Western Europe

FRANCIS T. HARTEN

Admin & Clinical Director, Forensic Science ProgramB.S., Fordham University; M.S., Touro College

Specialties:

Crime Scene Investigation, General Criminalistics, Hazardous and Radiological Material Management, Serology

Affiliations

  • Former senior forensic detective investigator, New York City Police Department
  • Former police officer, New York City Police Department
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Gangs

PAUL J. CIBOROWSKI

Associate Professor of EducationB.A., University of Dayton; M.A., New York University; Ph.D., Fordham University

Specialties:

Child Studies, Children, Delinquency, Dropouts and Drugs, Effects of Divorce, Gangs, Gang Formation and Prevention, Marriage and Family Issues, Single Parents and their Youth Issues, Youth At-Risk Factors, Youth Violence and Bullying

Publications:

  • Author, “Survival Skills for Single Parents”
  • Author, “The Changing Family”
  • Author, “Single Mothers by Choice”

Gender Issues

DANIELLE KNAFO

Professor of PsychologyB.A., Tel Aviv University (Israel); Ph.D., The Graduate Center, CUNY

Specialties:

Gender Issues, Sexuality, and Perversion; Immigration and Multiculturalism; Clinical Issues in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis; Psychology of Art and Creativity; Terror-Related Trauma; Serious Mental Illness and Psychosis; Technology. 

Publications:

Books

D. Knafo & R. Lo Bosco. 2016. The Age of Perversion: Desire and Technology in

            Psychoanalysis and Culture. London: Routledge.

D. Knafo, R. Keisner & S. Fiammenghi, Eds. 2015. Stories of Clinical Psychologists

 in Training: Personal Transformation and Professional Development.

Lanham, MD: Rowman-Littlefield.

D. Knafo. 2012. Dancing with the Unconscious: The Art of Psychoanalysis and the

            Psychoanalysis of Art. Routledge. (Gradiva Prize nominee)

D. Knafo. 2009. In Her Own Image: Women’s Self-Representation in Twentieth-

            Century Art. Associated Universities Press. (Krasnoff Prize)

D. Knafo & K. Feiner. 2005. Unconscious Fantasies and the Relational World.

            Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press. (Goethe Prize honoree)

D. Knafo. 2004. Living with Terror, Working with Trauma: A Clinician’s Handbook

 Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson.

D. Knafo. 1993. Egon Schiele/ A Self in Creation: A Psychoanalytic Study of the

            Artist's Self-Portraits. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.

D. Kahoud, & D. Knafo. In Contract. Sex, Drugs, and Creativity: The Search for a

            Magical Solution. London & NY: Routledge.

Journal Articles

D. Knafo. In Press. Desiring castration: A reformulation of Castration Theory Illustrated

            With a transsexual case. Psychoanalytic Inquiry.

D. Knafo. 2016. Going Blind to See: The Role of Regression in the Psychoanalytic

            Treatment of Psychosis. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 70(1): 79-100.

D. Knafo. 2015. For the Love of Death: Somnophilic and Necrophilic Acts and

            Fantasies. JAPA. (Winner of the 2014 Corst Essay Prize), 63(5): 857-886.

D. Knafo. 2015. Guys and Dolls: Relational Life in the Technological Era.   Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 25: 481-502.

D. Knafo. 2015. Technology, Perversion, and Dehumanization. Psychoanalytic

 Dialogues, 25: 524-531.

D. Knafo & M. Selzer. 2015. “Don’t Step on Tony!” The Importance of Symptoms

            When Working with Psychosis. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 32(1): 159-172.

D. Knafo. 2012. Dancing with the Unconscious: The Art of Psychoanalysis.

            Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 32: 275-291.

D. Knafo. 2012. Alone Together: Solitude and Encounter in Art and Psychoanalysis.

            Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 22(1): 54-71.

D. Knafo. 2012. Solitude and Relatedness: A Wily and Complex Twinship.

            Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 22(1) : 83-92.

D. Knafo. 2010. The O.R.T. (The Object Relations Technique): A Reintroduction.

            Psychoanalytic Psychology, 27(2): 182-189.

D. Knafo. 2009. Castration and Medusa: Orlan’s Art on the Cutting Edge. Studies in

            Gender and Sexuality,10(3): 1-17.

D. Knafo. 2009. Freud’s Memory Erased. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 26(2):171-190.

D. Knafo. 2008. The Senses Grow Skilled in their Craving: Thoughts on Creativity and

            Addiction. Psychoanalytic Review, 95(4):571-596.

D. Knafo. 2003, Creative Transformation of Trauma. Israel Psychoanalytic Journal, 1

(4): 537-564.

D. Knafo. 2003. What Does a Man Want? Reflections on Surrealism Unbound, an

            Exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Studies in Gender and Sexuality,

4(3): 287-307.

D. Knafo & K. Feiner. 2002. Blue Velvet: David Lynch’s Primal Scene. International

Journal of Psychoanalysis, 83 (6): 1445-51.

D. Knafo. 2002. Revisiting Ernst Kris’ Concept ‘Regression in the Service of the Ego.’

Psychoanalytic Psychology. 19(1): 24-49.

D. Knafo. 2001. Hannah Wilke: The Naked Truth. Gender and Psychoanalysis. 5(1): 3-

35.

D. Knafo. 2001. Claude Cahun: The Third Sex. Studies in Gender and Sexuality. 2 (1):

29-61.

D. Knafo. 2000. Revelations and Rage: Violence Against Women in the Art of Women

Artists. Violence Against Women, vol 6(6): 661-681.

D. Knafo. 1999. Antisemitism in the Clinical Setting: Transference and

Countertransference Dimensions. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic

Association, 47 (1): 35-63.     

D. Knafo. 1998. The Dead Mother in Käthe Kollwitz’ Art. Art Criticism, 13 (2): 4-15.

D. Knafo. 1998. Transitional Space in the Treatment of Immigrants. Israel Journal of

Psychiatry, 1: 48-55.

D. Knafo. 1996. In Her Own Image: Self-Representation in the Art of Frida Kahlo and

Ana Mendieta. Art Criticism, 11(2): 1-19.

D. Knafo. 1996. Dressing Up and Other Games of Make-Believe: The Function of Play

 in the Art of Cindy Sherman. American Imago, 53 (2): 139-164.

D. Knafo & K. Feiner. 1996. The Primal Scene: Variations on a Theme. Journal of the

 American Psychoanalytic Association. 44 (2): 2001-2021.

D. Knafo. 1993. The Mirror, the Mask, and the Masquerade in the Art and Life of Frida

Kahlo. The Annual of Psychoanalysis, 21: 277-299.

D. Knafo. 1992. The Oedipal Complex in Dreams of Sigmund Freud and C.G. Jung. The

International Review of Psycho-Analysis, 19(3): 351-8.

D. Knafo. Egon Schiele and Frida Kahlo: The Self-Portrait as Mirror. Journal of the

 American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 1991, 19(4): 630-47.

D. Knafo. 1991. David Lynch's Darker Passions. Academy Forum of the American

Academy of Psychoanalysis, 35(1,2): 5-7.

D. Knafo. 1991. Egon Schiele's Self-Portraits: A Psychoanalytic Study in the Creation of

            a Self. The Annual of Psychoanalysis, 19: 59-90.

D. Knafo. What's in a Name? Psychoanalytic Considerations on Children of Famous

Parents. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 1991, 8(3): 263-281.

D. Knafo & R. Setton. 1990. Madness and Contemporary Jewish Literature. Academy

Forum of  the American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 34(1-2): 12-13.

D. Knafo & Y. Jaffe. 1984. Sexual Fantasizing in Males and Females. Journal of

Research in Personality, 18: 451-462.

Book Chapters

D. Knafo & S. Moscovitz. M. Charles, ed. In Press. Contemporary Freudian Approaches.

            In Comparative Psychoanalysis: Defining Terms, Building Bridges. London:

            Routledge.

D. Knafo & M. Selzer. 2017. Outpatient Psychodynamic Psychotherapy with

            Psychosis: Managing Isolation and Creating Safety. In J. Mills & D. Downing,

            Eds. Outpatient Psychodynamic Psychotherapy with Psychosis. London: Karnac.

D. Knafo. 2013. Alone Together: Solitude and Relatedness in the Creative Process. In

            Encounters with Loneliness. Eds: Arlene Kramer Richards, Lucile Spira &

            Arthur Lynch. IP Books. Pp. 17-36

D. Knafo & Seymour Moscovitz. 2005. Psychoanalytic Treatment of Anger and

Aggression. In E. Feindler (ed) Comparative Treatment of Anger. Springer.

D. Knafo. 2004. Creative and Clinical Transformations of Trauma. In D. Knafo (ed.)

Living with Terror, Working with Trauma. Jason Aronson: 565-587.

M. Benyakar & D. Knafo. 2004. Disruption: Individual and Collective Threats. In D.

Knafo (ed.) Living with Terror, Working with Trauma. Jason Aronson: 83-

101.

D. Knafo. 2003. Mordechai Benyakar Workshop: The Frame and the Psychoanalytic

Space in the Face of War and Terror. In Terrorism and the Psychoanalytic

Space: International Perspectives from Ground Zero. Ed. J. Cancelmo and I.

Tylim. NY: Pace University Press: 124-126.

D. Knafo & A. Yaari. 1997. Leaving the Promised Land: Israeli Immigrants in the United

States. Chapter in Immigrant Experiences. Ed. P. Elovitz & C. Khan. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press: 221-40.

Book Reviews

D. Knafo. 2013. Book review of M. Charles’s Working with Trauma: Lessons from

            Bion and Lacan. The American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 74(1): 92-3.

D. Knafo. 2010. The Politics of Desire: Book Review of Mark Blechner’s Sex Changes.

            Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 46(1).

D. Knafo. 1996. Book Review of S. Kavaler-Adler's The Compulsion to Create.

Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, 13 (1): 96-98.

D. Knafo. 1996, Discussion of Donald Kuspit’s Cult of the Avant-Garde. Art Criticism,

11 (1), 101-104.

D. Knafo. 1995, Book Review of M. Ellman's The Hunger Artists. Psychoanalytic

Books, 6 (2): 279-281.

D. Knafo. 1993, Book Review of A. Rothenberg's Creativity and Madness.

Psychoanalytic Books, 4(4): 564-566.

D. Knafo. 1992, Book Review of S. Feder, R. Karmel, & G. Pollock's Psychoanalytic

Explorations in Music. Psychoanalytic Books, 3(3): 458-62.

D. Knafo. 1992, Book Review of C. Easton's Jacqueline du Pré: A Biography.

Academy Forum of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 36(3): 25-6.

D. Knafo. 1991, Is Art Like a Dream? Book Review of J. Oremland's Michelangelo's

Sistine Ceiling: A Psychoanalytic Study of Creativity. Contemporary

Psychology, 36 (3): 249-50.

Art/Exhibition Catalogue Essays

D. Knafo. Roberto Fabelo’s Visionary Madness. SculptuReview, 2016, 55 (2) : 24-31.

D. Knafo. In the Beginning was the Word : Yoan Capote. In : Yoan Capote. Milan: Skira.

            2016, 29-35.

D. Knafo. Once More with Feeling. Haifa Museum of Art, January, 2006.

D. Knafo. Turn of the Screw: The Metamorphosis of Raffael Lomas. Curator and

exhibition essay. Great Neck Arts Center, March 3-April 5, 2002.

D. Knafo. Skin and Psyche: From the Womb to the Tomb. Israel Museum. April, 1998.

D. Knafo. The Body of Love. Tel-Aviv Museum, September, 1998.

D. Knafo. What You See is Not Always What You Get: Voyeurism and The Primal

Scene in Art.   New Observations, September, 1996.

D. Knafo. Misterio. Catalogue Essay and Art Layout for Multimedia Installation by

Giancarlo Biagi. Kampo Cultural Center, NY, December, 1990.

Encyclopedia Entries

D. Knafo. 2006. Mourning; Primal Fantasy; Primal Scene. Edinburgh International

Encyclopedia of Psychoanalysis. Ed. Ross Skelton. Edinburgh University Press:

315; 375.

D. Knafo. 2002. Creativity; Primal Scene. The Freud Encyclopedia. Ed. Edward Erwin.

NY: Routledge: 111-113; 424-425.

Shulman, S. & D. Knafo. 1999. Puberty. Encyclopedia of Parenting Theory and

            Research. Ed. Charles Smith. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 346-348.

Honors/Awards:

Krasnoff Lifetime Achievement Award, 2016

Barbro Sandin Award, for advancing work with vulnerable populations with psychosis.

            ISPS, 2015

NYU Scholar’s Grant, 2015

CORST Essay Prize, American Psychoanalytic Association, 2014

LIU Research Grant, LIU, 2014

NYU Scholar’s Grant, NYU Psychoanalytic Society, 2013

Krasnoff Award for Scholarly Achievement, 2010


Geology/Geography

MARGARET F. BOORSTEIN

Chair, Earth and Environmental Science Department; Professor of GeographyB.A., Barnard College, Columbia University; M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., Columbia University

Specialties:

Conservation, Environmental Issues, Meteorology, National Parks, Ozone Layer, Weather/Storms Topic(s): Environment, Geology/Geography

PATRICK J. KENNELLY

Professor of GeographyB.S., Allegheny College, M.S., University of Arizona; Ph.D., Oregon State University

Specialties:

Cartography, Geographic Information Systems, Spatial Analysis, Online Education, Terrain Representation

Publications:

Bannister, R, and P. Kennelly. 2015. Incorporating Stream Features into Groundwater Contouring Tools with GIS. Accepted by Groundwater.
Neidich-Ryder, C.* and P. Kennelly. 2014. Mapping Prairie Remnants of the Hempstead Plains, Long Island, New York. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 186(5): 3011-3022.
Kennelly, P. and J. Stewart. 2014. General Sky Models for Illuminating Terrains. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 28(2): 383-406.
Kennelly, P. 2013. Relating GIS&T and Project Management Bodies of Knowledge to Projects Perceived as Successes. The URISA Journal 25(1): 5-17.
Kennelly, P. 2012. Cross-Hatched Shadow Line Maps. The Cartographic Journal 49(2): 135-142.
Kennelly, P. 2011. Landscape Volumetrics and Visualizations of the Butte Mining District, Montana. Environmental and Engineering Geoscience XVII(3): 213-226.
Stewart, J. and P. Kennelly. 2010. Illuminated Choropleth Maps. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 100(3): 513-534.
Takeuchi, K.* and P. Kennelly. 2010. iSeismometer: A Geoscientific iPhone Application. Computers and Geosciences. 36 :573-575.
Gammons C., T. Duaime, S. Parker, S. Poulson, and P. Kennelly. 2010.Geochemistry and Stable Isotope Investigation of Acid Mine Drainage Associated with Abandoned Coal Mines in Central Montana, USA. Chemical Geology. 269: 100-112.
Kennelly, P. 2009. An Online Social Networking Approach to Reinforce Learning of Rocks and Minerals. Journal of Geoscience Education. 57(1): 33-40.
Kennelly, P. 2008. Terrain Maps Displaying Hill-shading with Curvature. Geomorphology 102: 567-577.

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LILLIAN HESS TANGUAY

Associate Professor of GeologyB.A., Buffalo State College; M.A., Brooklyn College, CUNY; Ph.D., The Graduate Center, CUNY

Specialties:

Costal Processes, Oceanography, Petroleum Geology, Petrophysics, Sedimentary Geology

Publications:

  • Co-author, “Recent Natural and Engineered Changes on a New York City Beach, Arverne, Rockaway, New York,” published in Geological Society of America: Abstracts with Programs
  • Co-author, “Mapping Intentionally Uncertain Groundwater Data with Geographic Information Systems,” published in Geological Society of America: Abstracts with Programs
  • Author, “The Rocks of The Description de l'Égypte,” published in Geological Society of America: Abstracts with Programs

Gerontology

ILENE NATHANSON

Chair, Department of Social Work ; Director, Social Work Program, Center on Aging Professor of Social Work; Professor of Social Work

Specialties:

Gerontology, Clinical Social Work Practice; Professional Ethics; Role theory and Interdisciplinary Practice

Publications:

  • Co-author, “Elder Practice: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Working With Older Adults in the Community”
  • Author, “Gerontological Social Work: Theory into Practice”
  • Principal Author,“The Development of an Ethics Scale for the Social Work Profession”

Government

CARL L. FIGLIOLA

Chair, Health Care and Public Administration; Professor of Health Care and Public AdministrationB.A., Long Island University; M.A., Ph.D., New York University

Specialties:

Government Relations, Management, Public Policy, Principles of Public Administration, Public Policy, Organization Theory and Behavior, and Current Issues.

Professional Accomplishments

St. George’s University (2014 – Present): Assist Dean of Clinical Studies to place qualified medical students into two (2) rotations at teaching hospitals in the United States.  Work with the hospitals in developing appropriate teaching initiatives. Work with the faculty and staff of St. George’s University Medical School to help develop curriculum and new programming for global public health studies. Attend an annual conference at St. George’s University in Grenada.  Present proposals that address programing and student needs at meetings of physicians and university personnel. Work with the Dean of Clinical Studies in monitoring student performance. Help monitor the placement of students to see how they measured on medical exams for placement as residents. Attend and present at New York annual workshop with medical staff, instructors and administrators to monitor and review school progress in national exams. Assist medical students who wish to move to other programs such as physician assistants and develop new professional paths.

Alphapointe (2014 – 2017): Assisted the Lighthouse in developing its programming for people with limited or no vision. Assisted in the merger between The Lighthouse of New York and the Jewish Guild into a new managed care facility named The Lighthouse Guild. Developed a strategic plan for the merger of the New York City Industries for the Blind (NYCIB) with Alphapointe. Currently developing a new building in New York City to house Alphapointe (NYCB) and maintain the employment of 200 low vision and blind employees.

New York City Economic Development Corporation: Helped underwrite a $19.1 million bond issue for the purchase, modernization and remodeling of a new building for light manufacturing.

Steven S. Hornstein Center for Policy, Polling, and Analysis (2015): Coordinated the Steven S. Hornstein Center for Policy, Polling, and Analysis at LIU Post Cyber Security Conference, April 27, 2015 Panel Discussion. Contributor and participant in discussion on today’s information economy and keeping data secure on all levels of government and the private sector.

Department of Commerce: Designate the University as a Minority Women’s Business Institute 1985-1986.

Additional Projects: Dr. Figliola is currently working with several 501c3 schools and special needs programs to relocate into the new Alphapointe Queens facility, which is a $25 million project, as well as working with New York City agencies and government to provide funding for Alphapointe’s projects. Dr. Figliola established the first Small Business Development Center for a private university, which currently assists 500 clients in developing business in New York City and is funded by the Small Business Administration and New York State, 1986 to present. He has also created a Center on Aging to coordinate policy and administrative programs to advance the study and management of the elderly, which has been funded by New York State, 1987-present. He has also created a Center of Management Analysis to provide management assistance to public, private and non-profit organizations.


STANLEY B. KLEIN

Professor of Political ScienceA.B., M.A., Ph.D., New York University

Specialties:

Congress, Presidency, U.S. Foreign Policy

LAUREN BOCK MULLINS

Assistant Professor, Health Care and Public AdministrationB.A. Villanova University; M.A. Columbia University, M.M. New Jersey City University; Ph.D. Rutgers University

Specialties:

Public Management, Performance Measurement, Women and Family policy, Citizen Participation, Arts Management

Honors/Awards:

Pi Alpha Alpha, Inducted in 2012
Phi Beta Kappa, Inducted in 2002
Phi Kappa Phi, Inducted in 2002

Professional Affiliations

American Society for Public Administration (ASPA)

Section for Women in Public Administration (SWPA),

Reviewer, Public Performance and Management Review.

 

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History

SARA STIDSTONE GRONIM

Associate Professor of HistoryB.S., Boston University; M.A., Brooklyn College; Ph.D., Rutgers University

Specialties:

Colonial and Revolutionary America; Early Modern Atlantic World; Science, Technology and Medicine

Publications:

  • Author, “Mary Cooper's Nature: The Natural World of a Long Island Farmwoman,” New York History (2011)
  • Author, “Open City: New York as a Port Town in the Mid-Eighteenth Century,” book chapter in New York 400 (2009)
  • Author, “Everyday Nature: Knowledge of the Natural World in Colonial New York” (2007)
  • Author, “What Jane Knew: A Woman Botanist in the Eighteenth Century,” published in the Journal of Women’s History (2007)
  • Author, “Imagining Inoculation: Smallpox, the Body, and Social Relations of Healing,” published in the Bulletin of the History of Medicine (2006)
  • Author, “Geography and Persuasion: Maps in British Colonial New York,” published in William and Mary Quarterly (2001)
  • Author, “At the Sign of Newton’s Head: Astronomy and Cosmology in British Colonial New York,” published in Explorations in Early American History (1999)

Honors/Awards:

  • Recipient, Margaret W. Rossiter Prize for the History of Women in Science, History of Science Society
  • Recipient, Dixon Ryan Fox Prize, New York State Historical Association
  • Recipient, Richard L. Morton Prize, Omohundro Institute for Early American History and Culture
  • Recipient, Colonial Essay Award, Colonial Society of Pennsylvania

Affiliations

  • Member, American Historical Association
  • Member, Organization of American Historians
  • Member, History of Science Society
  • Member, American Association for the History of Medicine
  • Member, New York State Historical Association
STANLEY B. KLEIN

Professor of Political ScienceA.B., M.A., Ph.D., New York University

Specialties:

Congress, Presidency, U.S. Foreign Policy

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International Affairs

ANKE GROSSKOPF

Associate Professor of Political Science and International StudiesB.A., Graduate Certificate, University of Mannheim (Germany); M.A., Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh

Specialties:

East Germany, European Union, International Politics (Especially Europe)

MUHAMMAD MUSLIH

Professor of Political ScienceB.A., St. Lawrence University; M.A., American University at Beirut; Ph.D., Columbia University

Specialties:

Middle East (Israel, Jordan, PLO, Syria)

Publications:

  • Author, “The Origins of Palestinian Nationalism”
  • Author, “Political Ties in the Arab World”

Internet

HETING CHU

Professor of Library and Information ScienceB.A., Peking University; M.L.I.S., McGill University; Ph.D., Drexel University

Specialties:

Library & Information Science Education, Information Retrieval, Research Methods, Bibliometrics & Scientometrics

Publications:

  • Author, “Information Representation and Retrieval in the Digital Age” (2nd ed., 2010)
  • Co-editor, “Information Resources and Retrieval: A Textbook” (2nd ed., 2009)
  • Co-editor, “Western Research in Library & Information Science” (2007)
  • Co-editor, “How to Locate Images on the Internet” (2007)
  • Author, “Information Representation and Retrieval in the Digital Age” (2003; Korean edition, 2005; Indian edition, 2009)
  • Co-author, “Information Retrieval on the Internet: Principles, Tools and Techniques (1999)
  • Author, “Internet Applications and Resources: A Practical Guide” (1997)
  • Author, “Education in library and information science,” published in “Advances in Librarianship” (2010)
  • Author, “Factors affecting relevance judgment: A report from TREC Legal track,” published in the Journal of Documentation. [In press]
  • Author, “Knowledge organization and information retrieval,” published in Advances in Information Management and Information Systems
  • Co-author, “Web 2.0 and its dimensions in the scholarly world,” published in Scientometrics (2009)
  • Co-author, “The academic library meets Web 2.0: Applications and Implications,” published in The Journal of Academic Librarianship (2009)
  • Co-author, “Social tagging in China and the USA: A comparative study,” published in the Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science & Technology (2008)
  • Co-author, “TREC 2007 Legal Track Interactive Task: A report from the LIU team,” published in the TREC 2007 Conference Notebook (2007)
  • Co-author, “Downloads vs. citations in economics: Relationships, contributing factors and beyond,” published in the Proceedings of the 11th International Conference of the International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics (2007)
  • Author, "Curricula of LIS programs in the USA: A content analysis," published in the Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Conference on Library & Information Education & Practice
  • Author, "Taxonomy of inlinked Web entities: What does it imply for Webometric research?" published in Library & Information Science Research: An International Journal (2005)
  • Co-author, “NEP: Current awareness service of the RePEc digital library,” published in D-Lib Magazine (2003)
  • Co-author, “Current awareness service of the RePEc digital library: Progress, performance and potentials,” published in the Proceedings of the CAS Symposium on the Sustainable Development & Innovation of Libraries (2003)
  • Author, "Electronic books: Viewpoints from users and potential users," published in Library Hi Tech (2003)
  • Co-author, "Library and information science schools in Canada and USA: A Webometric perspective,” published in the Journal of Education for Library and Information Science (2002)
  • Author, "Emerging generations of Web retrieval tools," published in “InfoToday 2002: Collected Presentations” (2002)
  • Author, "Research in image indexing and retrieval as reflected in the literature," published in the Journal of the American Society for Information Science (2001)
  • Author, "A Webometric analysis of the ALA accredited LIS schools' Websites," published in the Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics (2001)
  • Author, "Intellectual Activities and influences of Belver C. Griffith: A citation perspective," published in Scientometrics (2001)
  • Author, "Promises and challenges of electronic journals: Academic libraries surveyed," published by Learned Publishing (2000)
  • Author, "Web search tools: Recent developments," published in the Journal of Library and Information Science (1999)
  • Co-author, "Electronic journals versus print journals: An evaluation framework," published in the Proceedings of the 20th National Online Meeting (1999)
  • Author, "Electronic journals in American academic libraries: A view from within," published in the Proceedings of International Conference on New Missions of Academic Libraries in the 21st Century (1998)
  • Author, "Superconductivity research in China revisited: An analysis of the literature published between 1987-1989," published in World Science Technology (1998)
  • Author, “Internet search services vs. online database services,” published in the Proceedings of the 19th National Online Meeting (1998)
  • Author, "Hyperlinks: How well do they represent the intellectual content of digital collections?" published in the Proceedings of the 60th Annual Meeting of American Society for Information Science (1997)
  • Author, "Internet search tools: What can they offer to users?" published in the Proceedings of the 18th National Online Meeting (1997)
  • Author, "Search services on the Internet: Characteristics, comparison & future," published in the Journal of Academic Libraries (1997)
  • Co-author, “Some suggestions for the future developments of CERNET,” published in the Journal of Academic Libraries (1997)
  • Co-author, "Search engines for the World Wide Web: A comparative study and evaluation methodology," published in the Proceedings of the 59th Annual Conference of the American Society for Information Science (1996)
  • Author, "Internet and network applications," published in New Technology of Contemporary Library and Information Service (1995)
  • Co-author, "Seamless networking in China: Progress, problems, and perspectives," published in the Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science, 21(5), 14-16, June/July 1995.
  • Author, "Internet and digital libraries: Their implications for developing countries," published in the Proceedings of the 4th Beijing International Symposium on Computer-based Information Management (1994)
  • Author, "E-mail in scientific communication," published in the Proceedings of the Fifteenth National Online Meeting (1994)
  • Author, "A citation analysis of superconductivity literature," published in Library and Information Services (1994)
  • Author, "Automation of indexing: On the major approaches to automatic indexing," published in the Journal of the China Society for Scientific and Technical Information (1993)
  • Author, "An analysis of informal communication between Chinese and non-Chinese superconductivity researchers," published in the Journal of the China Society for Scientific and Technical Information (1993)
  • Author, "Communication between Chinese and non-Chinese scientists in the discovery of high-Tc superconductor: I. The formal perspective," published in Scientometrics (1992)
  • Author, "Communication between Chinese and non-Chinese scientists in the discovery of high-Tc superconductor: II. The informal perspective," published in Scientometrics (1992)

Lectures and Presentations

  • Speaker, “iSchools and LIS Schools: A perspective from their MLIS programs,” talk given to the American Society for Information Science & Technology (ASIS&T) student chapter of Long Island University (2009)
  • Author, “Diversity & Commonality of Information Science Education in a Pluralistic World,” presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science & Technology (2009)
  • Co-author, “Social tagging in China and the USA: A comparative study,” presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science & Technology (2008)
  • Speaker, “The Semantic Web and information retrieval,” talk given at the School of Information Management, Wuhan University, China (2008)
  • Speaker, “Artificial intelligence and information retrieval,” talk given at the Department of Information Management, Nanjing University, China (2008)
  • Speaker, “The Semantic Web and information retrieval,” talk given at the Department of Information Management, Nanjing University, China (2008)
  • Speaker, “Ph.D. and master’s programs at Palmer School, Long Island University,” talk given to the faculty members at Department of Information Management, Nanjing University of Science & Technology, China. (2008)
  • Author, “TREC 2007 Legal Track Interactive Task: A report from the LIU team,” presented at the TREC 2007 Conference Legal Track Workshop (2007)
  • Author, “Downloads vs. citations: Relationships, contributing factors & beyond,” presented at the 11th International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics Conference (2007)
  • Co-author, “Collaboration in research authorship: The LIS Book Project,” presented at the Chinese American Librarians Association Midwest Chapter Annual Meeting (2007)
  • Speaker, “Search beyond Google,” talk given at the ASIS&T Student Chapter Workshop, Long Island University (2007)
  • Speaker, “Role of librarians in the digital age,” speech given at “Changing Role of Librarians,” the 35th Annual Continuing Education Conference, Academic and Special Libraries Division, Nassau County Library Association (2006)
  • Author, "Curricula of LIS programs in the USA: A content analysis," presented at the Asia-Pacific Conference on Library & Information Education & Practice (2006)
  • Keynote Speaker, “Information representation and retrieval in the digital age: Emerging research and developments,” Academic Forum for Chinese Doctoral Candidates (2004)
  • Author, “Current awareness service of the RePEc digital library: Progress, performance and potentials,” presented at the CAS Symposium on the Sustainable Development & Innovation of Libraries (2003)
  • Author, “Why are sitations (hyperlinks) made?” presented at the 9th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informatics (2003)
  • Author, “Electronic books: Viewpoints from Users and Potential Users,” paper presented at the American Society for Information Science & Technology Annual Conference (2002)
  • Author, "Emerging generations of Web retrieval tools," paper presented at InfoToday (2002)
  • Co-author, “Library and Information Science Schools in Canada and USA: A Webometric Perspective,” paper presented at the Association for Library and Information Science Education Conference (2002)
  • Author, "A Webometric analysis of the ALA accredited LIS schools' Websites". Paper presented at the 8th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics (2001)
  • Speaker, “E-books and your library: Promises and issues,” speech given at the 30th Annual Continuing Education Conference, Academic and Special Libraries Division, Nassau County Library Association (2001)
  • Author, “A citation analysis of Belver Griffith’s work,” paper presented at the 2nd International Symposium on Quantitative Evaluation of Research Performances and the 6th National Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics (2000)
  • Speaker, “Second generation Internet search tools,” talks given at the Institute of Scientific & Technological Information in China (2001)
  • Speaker, “Research in image indexing and retrieval: A scientometric study,” talk given at the Doctoral Colloquium of the Palmer School of Library and Information Science, C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University (2000)
  • Co-author, "Electronic journals versus printed journals: An evaluation framework," presented at the 20th National Online Meeting, New York, May 19, 1999.
  • Speaker, "Electronic journals: Promises and challenges for academic libraries," speech given to the ASIS&T Student Chapter, C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University (1999)
  • Co-author, "Hyperlinks as index terms: Exhaustivity, specificity and beyond," presented at the Annual Conference of the American Society for Information Science (1998)
  • Author, "Search capabilities of Web-based Search Engines," presented at Digital Libraries (1998)
  • Speaker, "Search and evaluate networked resources on international education," speech given at the Tenth Biennial Seminar on International Education, the Institute of International Education (1998)
  • Author, "Internet search services vs. online database services," presented at the National Online Meeting (1998)
  • Author, "Internet search tools: What can they offer to users?" presented at the National Online Meeting (1997)
  • Author, "Search engines for the World Wide Web: A comparative study and evaluation methodology," presented at the Annual Conference of the American Society for Information Science (1996)
  • Co-author, "Seamless networking in China: progress, problems, and perspectives," presented at the Annual Conference of the American Society for Information Science (1994)
  • Author, "Internet and digital libraries: their implications for developing countries,” presented at the 4th Beijing International Symposium on Computer-based Information Management (1994)
  • Author, "E-mail in scientific communication," presented at the Fifteenth National Online Meeting (1994)

Honors/Awards:

  • Recipient, Full Scholarship for Students Going Abroad, Chinese Education Ministry (1984)
  • Recipient, Full Scholarship for Students with Excellent Academic Performance, Tangkakji Trust (1984-1990)
  • Member, Beta Phi Mu, International Library Science Honor Society (1991-present)

Professional Affiliations

  • Member, American Library Association
  • Member, American Society for Information Science & Technology
  • Member, Association for Computing Machinery
  • Member, SIG-IR, Association for Computing Machinery
  • Member, Association for Library and Information Science Education
BETTE E. SCHNEIDERMAN

Associate Professor of Education, Information, and Technologies; Associate Professor in Palmer School of Library and Information Sciences; Co-Director, Design, Systems and Learning for the 21st Century
Co-Director, Educational Technology Programs
B.A., Syracuse University – History of Art in Liberal Arts; M.A., Syracuse University - Education; Ph.D., Hofstra University - Counseling, Psychology and Research in Education

Specialties:

Educational Technologies
Cultural and Community Outreach

VICTORIA SCHWARTZMAN

Adjunct Professor, Vocal Coach, Department of MusicUndergraduate Diploma, M.M in Piano Performance, and Artist Diploma in Chamber Music from Longy School of Music of Bard College; Graduate Diploma in Collaborative Piano from New England Conservatory

Specialties:

Vocal and Chamber Music Coaching, Solo Piano Performance, Russian and Hebrew Diction. 

Exhibits:

Lecture-Recital on Beethoven 32 variations and Debussy Preludes, presented at the New York University Piano Summer Intensive program (2013).

Recordings:

  • “Postludium,” featuring Nadya Meykson on violin and Victoria Schwartzman on piano, Joe Patrych Studios (2014).
  • “Reminiscenza,” Joe Patrych Studios (2010) 

Performances:

Chamber Music Highlights

  • Summit Music Festival, Manhattanville College, 2016
  • Newburgh Music Festival, 2016
  • Queen of the Hudson & North Chapel Concert Series, 2014-2016
  • Music Mountain Festival, 2011-2013
  • Cayuga Chamber Orchestra Chamber Series, Ithaca, NY, 2013
  • Bargemusic, New York City, 2010
  • Glimmerglass Chamber Players Recital, Cooperstown, NY, 2010
  • Duo Recitals Bargemusic, New York City, 2008-2009
  • New York Philharmonic Ensemble Series, 2007
  • Boston Classic Trio, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 2004
  • Yanvar Trio, Gessner-Schocken Series, Cambridge, MA, 2004
  • Recitals, Yanvar Trio and Béla Trio  Boston area , 2001-2004
  • Lyrica Fest Chamber Music Festival, Chatham, NJ, 2000

Solo

  • Roerich Museum, New York City, 2010-2016
  • Faculty Recital, Long Island University, Post, 2014-2016
  • Faculty Recital, Cali School of Music, MSU, 2012-2015
  • Recital, Bargemusic, New York City, 2008
  • Concerto Soloist, Riverside Orchestra, New York City, 2007-08, ‘10-11
  • Concerto Soloist, Longy Chamber Orchestra, Cambridge, MA , 2002
  • Concerto Soloist, Jerusalem Chamber Orchestra, 1995
  • Recitals, Boston area, MA, 1996-2010
  • Recitals, Israel, 1990-1996
  • Recital, Tel-Hi International Piano Festival, Israel, 1995

Affiliations and Associations

Co-Founder of the Newburgh Music Festival, in Newburgh, NY.

Investing

MANOJ DALVI

Professor of FinanceB.A., Sydeham College, University of Bombay; J.D., Government Law College, University of Bombay; L.L.M., Harvard Law School
Ph.D., Columbia University

Specialties:

Commodity Markets, Derivative Securities, Portfolio Theory

ZHAOHUI ZHANG

Associate Professor of FinanceB.S., Shaanxi Institute of Finance & Economics (China); M.S., Ph.D., Texas Tech University

Specialties:

Chinese Stock Market, Event Study, Financial Markets and Institutions, Investments

Publications:

  • Co-author, “Extensions of the Standardized Cross-Sectional Approach to Short-Horizon Event Studies,” published in the Journal of Financial Research
  • Co-author, “Inter-broker Trades and Return Performance on the Toronto Stock Exchange,” published in the International Review of Economics and Finance
  • Co-author, “Transitory Price Changes: Evidence from the Chinese Stock Markets,” published in the Review of Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies
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Japan’s Economy

PANOS MOURDOUKOUTAS

Professor of EconomicsB.A., University of Salonica; M.A., Florida Atlantic University; Ph.D., Stony Brook University

Specialties:

World Economy

Publications:

  • Author, “China Against Herself: Innovation or Imitation in Global Business”
  • Author, “Banking Risk Management in a Globalizing Economy”
  • Author, “The Rise and Fall of Abacus Banking in Japan and China”
  • Author, “Japan’s Turn”

Journalism

BILL EICHENBERGER

Adjunct professor of JournalismB.A., University of Georgia

JON FRIEDMAN

Adjunct Professor of JournalismB.A., Stony Brok University; M.S.J., Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University

CHRISTINE PERSICHETTE

Adjunct Professor of JournalismB.A., Communication Arts, University of Albany; M.A., Broadcast Journalism, New York Institute of Technology

CAROLYN SCHURR LEVIN, ESQ.

Faculty Adviser for The Pioneer; Faculty Adviser for The BottomLine B.A., Johns Hopkins University; J.D., The University of Chicago Law School; Certificate in Journalism, New York University

Affiliations and Associations

  • Member, Communications & Law Committee of Bar Association of the City of New York
  • Member, New York State Bar Association

  • Member, College Media Association

  • Member, Student Press Law Center

  • Member, Society of Professional Journalists
  • Member, Investigative Reporters and Editors
  • Vice President, Reading Dream
LLOYD SIEGEL

Adjunct Professor of JournalismB.A., Ohio State University

Specialties:

Newsroom Management, Media Writing, Audience Engagement, Coverage Planning, Content Development, Producer Training

Honors/Awards:

The Radio Television Digital News Foundation selected Lloyd for its First Amendment Service Award in 2013 for his contributions to the television industry.

MARY SNOW

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Knowledge Management

SUSAN E. KETCHAM

Professor Public Services LibrarianB.S.Ed., Slippery Rock University; M.S.L.I.S., C. W. Post Campus, Long Island University; M.S.Ed., C. W. Post Campus, Long Island University

Specialties:

Classroom Technology, Libraries and the Internet, K-12 Curriculum Materials, Children’s Literature, Cataloging

Publications:

Co-author, “Digital Collections Worldwide : An Annotated Directory” 
Co-author, “Distance Learning for Higher Education: An Annotated Bibliography”
Author, Utilization of Developing Technologies for Cataloging, in “Introducing and Managing Academic Library Automation Projects”  
Author, Book reviews in Library Journal

Professional Affiliations

Member, Suffolk County Library Association

Member, New York Library Association
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Language

KAREN OGULNICK

Associate Professor of EducationB.S., SUNY Plattsburgh; M.A., Hunter College, CUNY; Ph.D., New York University

Specialties:

Language Learning and Identity, TESOL

Publications:

  • Author, “Language Crossings: Negotiating the Self in a Multicultural World”
  • Author, “Onna Rashiku (Like a Woman): The Diary of a Language Learner in Japan”
  • Author, “Popular Education and Language Rights in Indigenous Mayan Communities”

Law

JEREMY A. BUCHMAN

Associate Professor of Political ScienceB.A., Columbia University; M.A., Ph.D., Stanford University

Specialties:

American Government, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, Judicial Politics, U.S. Supreme Court, Voting Rights and Redistricting

Publications:

  • Author, “Drawing Lines in Quicksand: Courts, Legislatures, and Redistricting”
  • Author, “The Effects of Ideology on Federal Trial Judges’ Decisions to Admit Scientific Expert Testimony,” published in American Politics Research
  • Author, “Judicial Lobbying and the Politics of Judicial Structure: An Examination of the Judiciary Act of 1925,” published in Justice System Journal
MARTIN O'CONNOR

Associate Professor of Criminal JusticeB.A., C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University; J.D., Hofstra University

Specialties:

Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Police Organizations and Management, United States Supreme Court and Criminal Courts

Libraries

GERALD D. NICHOLS

Administrator & Director, Palmer Institute for Public Library Organization and ManagementB.A., Springfield College; M.L.I.S. Palmer School of Library and Information Science, C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University; Certificate in Construction Management, State University of New York at Stony Brook

Specialties:

Public Library Management, Construction, Finance, Technology, Law

Publications:

Building for Your Future; Public Library Renovation and Construction from Dream to Dedication. Webinar. New York State Library 2016.

The Role of Trustees in Planning and Evaluation: Effective Strategies to Utilize All Your Resources for Success. Webinar. New York State Library 2015. 

Public Library Finance and the Trustee’s Fiduciary Responsibilities. Webinar. New York State Library. 2014.

The Critical Partnership: Public Library Trustees and the Director. Webinar. New York State Library. 2014. 

What Every Trustee Should Know.  Webinar. New York State Library. 2013. 

Basic Library Law for Trustees.  Webinar. New York State Library. 2013. 

Creating the Future: a 2020 Vision Plan for Library Service in New York State. Regents Advisory Council on Libraries.  New York State Board of Regents.  May 2012.

Handbook for Library Trustees of New York State; 2005, 2010, 2015 &2016 Editions. New York State Library; Library Trustees Association of New York State; Public Library System Directors Organization.

“Pilot Payments; a Potential Revenue Source for Public Libraries”. The Bottom Line; Managing Library Finances.18; no. 4:163-166. 2005.

“Developments in post masters education for public library administration in North America. With particular reference to the public library administrators’ certificate program at the Palmer School of Library and Information Science.”. IFLA. Oslo, Norway. 2005.

Authored the “Public Library District Model”, as part of “The Recommendations of the Regents Commission on Library Services”, 2000. Adopted by the New York State Board of Regents as the legal standard for public libraries in the state.

Editor, (1979-85), “Long Island Directory of Libraries and Media Centers” and similar publications for Westchester, New York City, Connecticut, New Jersey and Massachusetts. 

Affiliations

• Past Chair, New York State Regents Advisory Council on Libraries Coordinator, New York State Library District Advisory Team  
• Member, Regents Commission on Library Services
• Regional Coordinator, Governor’s Conference on Libraries
• Chair, Public Library System Director’s Organization of New York State
• Convener, New York State Conference of Library Systems
• Member, N.Y. State Public Service Commission Committee on Educational Telecommunications
• Member, American Library Association 
• Member, New York Library Association 
• Member, Nassau County Library Association 
• Member, Suffolk County Library Association


Literature

JAMES P. BEDNARZ

Professor of EnglishB.A., Columbia University; M.A., M.Phil, Ph.D., Columbia University

Specialties:

Shakespeare and the English Renaissance, Literary Criticism and Theory

Publications:

  • Author, “Shakespeare and the Truth of Love: The Mystery of ‘The Phoenix and Turtle’”
  • Author, “Shakespeare and the Poets' War”
  • Author. “English Poetry” in “Renaissance and Reformation,” Oxford University Press Online Bibliographies.
  • Author. “Contextualizing ‘The Phoenix and Turtle’: Shakespeare, Edward Blount and the Poetical Essays Group of Love’s Martyr,” published in Shakespeare Survey
  • Author, “Dekker’s Response to the Chorus of ‘Henry V’ in 1599,” published in Notes and Queries
  • Author, “Middleton: the Shadow of Shakespeare,” published in “Thomas Middleton in Context”
  • Author, “John Marston’s Induction to ‘What You Will’: A Re-Examination,” published in The Ben Jonson Journal
  • Author, “Was ‘Volpone’ Acted at Cambridge in 1606?” published in The Ben Jonson Journal
  • Author, “‘Volpone’ in Performance and Print (1606-1607)” in “Volpone, A Critical Guide”
  • Author, “Canonizing Shakespeare: ‘The Passionate Pilgrim,’ ‘England’s Helicon’ and the Question of Authenticity,” published in Shakespeare Survey
  • Author, “The Passionate Pilgrim” and “The Phoenix and Turtle,” published in The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare’s Poetry
  • Author, “When did Shakespeare Write the Choruses of ‘Henry V’?” published in Notes and Queries
  • Author, “Biographical Politics: Shakespeare, Jonson, and the Oldcastle Controversy,” published in The Ben Jonson Journal
  • Author, “Marlowe and the English Literary Scene,” published in “The Cambridge Companion to Christopher Marlowe”
  • Author, “Between Collaboration and Rivalry: Dekker and Marston’s Coactive Drama” published in The Ben Jonson Journal
  • Author, “Writing and Revenge: John Marston’s ‘Histriomastix’” published in Comparative Drama
  • Author, “The Promised End: Shakespeare on Time,” published in Confrontation
  • Author, “Hamlet and the Discourse of Secrecy,” published in Ventures in Research
  • Author, “William Kemp,” published in “Fools and Jesters in Literature, Art, and History”
  • Author, “John Marston,” published in “Sixteenth-Century British Non-Dramatic Writers”
  • Author, “The Collaborator as Thief: Ralegh’s (Re)Vision of ‘The Faerie Queene,’” published in ELH: English Literary History
  • Author, “Marston's Subversion of Shakespeare and Jonson: ‘Histriomastix’ and the War of the Theaters,” published in “Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England”
  • Author, “Shakespeare's Purge of Jonson: The Literary Context of Troilus and Cressida,” published in Shakespeare Studies
  • Author, “Deconstruction and It Discontents,” published in The Open Forum
  • Author, “Representing Jonson: Histriomastix and the Origin of the Poets' War,” published in The Huntington Library Quarterly
  • Editor, “Shakespeare” and “Elizabethan and Jacobean Literature,” published in “The Critical Temper”
  • Author, “The Dual Vision of Paul Klee's Symbolic Language,” published in “Passion and Rebellion: The Expressionist Heritage”
  • Author, “Robert Armin, Shakespeare's Wise Fool,” published in PLA Report
  • Author, “‘King Lear’ and the ‘Offices of Nature,’” published in Ventures in Research
  • Author, “Thomas Dekker” and “John Lyly,” published in “The Research Guide to World Drama”
  • Author, “Thomas Lodge,” “John Skelton” and “Edmund Spenser,” published in “The Research Guide to Biography and Criticism”
  • Author, “Edmund Spenser, The English Undertaker,” published in An Gael
  • Author, “Imitations of Spenser in ‘A Midsummer Night's Dream,’” published in Renaissance Drama
  • Author, “Ralegh in Spenser's Historical Allegory,” in published in Spenser Studies
MARGARET HALLISSY

Professor of EnglishB.A., St. John’s University; M.A., Ph.D., Fordham University

Specialties:

Book Group Procedures and Leadership, Irish and Irish-American Fiction

KATHERINE C. HILL-MILLER

Professor of EnglishB.A., Fordham University; M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., Columbia University

Specialties:

James Joyce, Mary Shelley, Modern Literature, Teaching of Writing, Virginia Woolf

Publications:

  • Author, From the Lighthouse to Monk’s House: A Guide to Virginia Woolf’s Literary Landscapes
  • Author, My Hideous Progeny: Mary Shelley, William Godwin, and the Father-Daughter Relationship
SHEILA MCDONALD

Associate Professor of EnglishB.A., Howard University; M.A., City College, City University of New York; Ph.D., State University of New York at Stony Brook

EDMUND MILLER

Senior Professor of EnglishB.A., LIU Post; M.A., Ohio State University; Ph.D., Stony Brook University

Specialties:

Early 17th-Century British literature, 19th-Century British literature, Creative Writing

Publications:

Author, "Introduction: Dan Levin in the Time Machine," published in "Waiting for B Train: Poems" (2010)
Author, "Eye Brushes" (2010)
Author, "Cornered; and Other Poems" (2010)
Author, "Three Strikes against the Tim Burton 'Alice in Wonderland,'" published in "Burton in Underland: Carrollian Reviews" (2010)
Author, "A Rider of Currents" (2009)
Co-editor, "Long Island Sounds IV" ( 2009)
Author, introduction and notes, published in "Stories Toto Told Me" (2008)
Author, program notes, published in "John Digby and the Art of Collage: Welsh Incident ( 2008)
Author, "What's She Talking About?: Post-Feminist Notes on Sexist Grammar," published in "Collide: Styles, Structures, and Ideas in Disciplinary Writing," 2nd ed. (2007)
Author, "1, 2, 3, 4" (2005)
Author, "The Go-Go Boy Sonnets: Men of the New York Club Scene" (2005)
Author, "Colasterion: Milton's Lively Prose," published in Proceedings of the 2003 Northeast Regional Meeting of the Conference on Christianity and Literature (2004)
Author, "Renaming Algernon," published in "Oscar Wilde: The Man, His Writings, and His World" (2003). Abstract published in Lesbian and Gay Studies Newsletter (2000)
Author, "Dorothy L. Sayers," published in "Twentieth-Century British Women Writers"  (2002)
Author, review of  "The Pulse of Praise: Form as a Second Self in the Poetry of George Herbert," published in Christianity and Literature (2001)
Author, "Night Times" (2000)
Author, "Phases of the Moon," published in "The Moon as Text 3" (2000)
Co-editor, "The Ragged Edge" (2000)
Author, review of "A Good Re-[E]ducation in Dante's "Inferno," published in the New York Times Book Review (2000)
Author, "Sylvester Stallone: Auteur," published in Proceeding of the Global Awareness Conference, Montreal, Canada (1998)
Author, "Archibald Armstrong," published in "Fools and Jesters in Literature, Art, and History" (1998)
Author, Review of "Polite Wisdom: Heathen Rhetorics" in Milton's "Aeropagitica," published in Christianity and Literature 1997
Author, "Erato Throws a Curve: Anais Nin and the Elusive Feminine Voice in Erotica," published in "Anais Nin: Perspectives" (1997)
Author, "The Blooming of Biblical Feminism," published in Proceedings: Northeast Regional Meeting of the Conference on Christianity and Literature (1996)
Author, reviews of numerous publications in Bay Windows (1995)
Author, review of "Same-Sex Unions in the Middle Ages," published in Confrontation (1995)
Author, reviews of "David Theater and New King Cinema" and of  "The New York Live Show Scene," published in Steam (1995)
Author, "Leavings" (1995)
Author, "Jeremy Taylor", published in "Early Seventeenth-Century British Prose Writers" (1995)
Author, "Mae West," published in "Great Lives from History II: American Women" (1995)
Author, several essays in the "Encyclopedia of British Humorists" (1995)

Recordings:

Interviewed on “Exotica” Manhattan cable television show (1997)

Performances:

Presenter, The Names Institute Conference, Baruch College of the City University of New York ( 2010)
Staged readings, Red Bull Theater (2010)
Presenter, Northeast Conference on Christianity and  Literature, Pace University, NY (2010)
Presenter, Midwest Conference on Christianity and Literature, Pace University NY (2010)
Poetry reading, LIU Post (2006)
Presenter, Conference on Christianity and Literature,  St. Francis College, Brooklyn, NY (2006)
Discussant, performance of "The Atheist's Tragedy"(2006)
Presenter, Beginning Genealogical Research, LIU Post (2005)
Discussant, several performances, Red Bull Theater, New York (2005)
Presenter, Northeast Regional Meeting of the Conference on Christianity and Literature, Farmingdale State College (2003)
Presenter, "The Names Institute Conference, Baruch College of the City University of New York (2002)
Discussion leader, Great Neck Theater (2002)
Presenter, Hofstra University (2000, 1999) 
Presenter, Posing Questions: Interrogating Performance, Exhibition, and Representation: Interdisciplinary Conference, Stony Brook University (1999)

Workshops Conducted

Ohio State University (1980)
University of Northern Iowa and Oakland University (1978)

Featured Readings
Performance Poets Event, Wyld Chyld Café, Manhasset NY (2010)
Featured Poet, Performance Poets Event,  Barnes and Noble, Manhasset NY (2008)
Featured Poet, Poetry Barn, Huntington Historical Society, NY (2009)
Featured Reader,  Starbucks Café, Roslyn Heights NY (2007)

Honors/Awards:

Recipient, David Newton Award for Excellence in Teaching, LIU (2002)
Recipient, Folger Library Seminar Award (1986)
Recipient, NEH Summer Seminar Award (1982)

Professional Affiliations

Literature

Life Member, Modern Language Association of America (1965-)
Life Member, Milton Society of America (1975-)
Charter member, Lewis Carroll Society of North America (1976-)
Member, Conference on Christianity and Literature (1977-)
- Keynote Speaker, Centennial Celebration of Sylvie and Bruno (1990)
- Conference Coordinator (1985)
- Regional President (1986-87)
- Member, Regional Steering Committee (1989-2000)

Genealogy and Onomastics

Member, American Name Society (1990-93, 1995-)
Member, Augustan Society (1977-)
- Editor of Journal (1978-81)
- Fellow (1988-)
Member, Haskell Family Association (1987-)
Member, Ostrander Family Association (1986-)

SUZANNE NALBANTIAN

Professor of EnglishB.A., Barnard College at Columbia University; M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., Columbia University

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Management Information Systems (MIS)

SHAILENDRA PALVIA

Professor of Management Information SystemsB.S., Indian Institute of Technology; M.B.A., Ph.D., University of Minnesota

Specialties:

Management of the Systems Development Process, Human Side of Information Technology, Social Issues of Information Technology, Global Issues of Information Technology, IT Applications and Architecture, Telecommuting, Computer Software Training Methods, Global Electronic Commerce, Global Outsourcing of IT and IT Enabled Services, e-Government

Publications:

  • Co-author, “Opportunities and Challenges of Cyberspace Networking: An Exploratory Study,” International Journal of Engineering, Science & Management, Volume 2, Issue 2, Jul-Dec 2012, pages 108-119.
    Co-author, “Critical Issues of IT Outsourcing Vendors in India,” Communications of AIS, September 2011.
    Co-author, “Capability, Quality and Performance of Offshore IS Vendors: A Theoretical Framework and Empirical Investigation,” published in Decision Sciences (2010)
    Co-author, “Citation Analysis of IS Journals: Separating Facts from Fiction,” published in Communications of AIS (2009)
    Co-author, “Challenges of a Small Enterprise in the Sourcing Life Cycle: Evidence from Offshoring to India,” published in the Journal of IT Case and Application Research (2008)
    Co-author, “The Effectiveness of Using Computers for Software Training: An Exploratory Study,” published in the Journal of Information Systems Education (2007)
    Co-author, “Improvement in Operational Efficiency due to ERP Systems Implementation: Truth or Myth?” published in Information Resource Management Journal (2006)
    Author, “Global Outsourcing of IT and IT Enabled Services: Choosing an Outsourcing Destination Country,” published in the Journal of IT Cases and Applications, Volume 6, Number 3, 2004.
    Co-author, “Global Information Technology: A Meta Analysis of Key Issues,” published in Information & Management (2002)
    Author, “Computer Software Training Using Delayed and Synchronous Methods: An Exploratory Study into End Users' Performance and Satisfaction,” published in the Journal of Information Technology Cases and Applications” (2001)
    Co-author, "Socio-Technical Framework for Post-Implementation Quality Assessment of Computer Information Systems," published in Industrial Management and Data Systems (2001)
    Author, “Effectiveness of Asynchronous and Synchronous Modes for Learning Computer Software by End Users: An Exploratory Experimental Investigation,” published in the Journal of Computer Information Systems (2001)
    Author, “Learning Spreadsheet Software in the Traditional and Synchronous Modes: A Model and a Pilot Study into End User's Performance and Satisfaction,” published in the Journal of Information Systems Education (2000)
    Co-author, “Distribution Channels in Electronic Markets: A Functional Analysis of the "Disintermediation" Hypothesis,” published in EM—Electronic Markets: the International Journal of Electronic Commerce & Business Media (1999)
    Co-author, “An Examination of IT Satisfaction of Small Business Users,” published in Information and Management (1999)
    Co-author, “Telecommuting in Singapore: Current Status and A Comparison with Other Countries,” published in the Journal of Global Information Management Winter (1997)
    Co-author, “Information Systems Development: A Conceptual Model and A Comparison of Methods Used in Singapore, USA, and Europe,” published in the Journal of Global Information Management (1996)
    Co-author, “Ideal, Advertised, and Actual Systems Analyst’s Skills: The Singapore Context,” published in Information Technology & People (1996)
    Co-author, “An Experimental Investigation of Factors Influencing Predicted Success in DSS Implementation,” published in Information & Management (1995)
    Co-author, “Health and Stress Issues of Office Automation: A Singapore Study,” published in the Journal of End-User Computing (1994)
    Co-author, “ITpreneurship and Logistics Business Success: The Case of YCH Company,” published in the Journal of Enterprising Culture (1993)
    Co-author, “Using Innovative IT Architecture for Entrepreneurial Success,” published in the Journal of End-User Computing (1993)
    Co-author, “Trees, Tables, and Formulas in Decision Analysis,” published in Communications of the ACM (1992)
    Co-author, “MIS Issues in India and a Comparison with the U.S.,” published in International Information Systems (1992)
    Co-author, “A Practical Framework for Information Technology Conversion Strategies,” published in the Journal of Systems Management (1991)
    Co-author, “Models and Requirements for Using Information Systems in Developing Nations,” published in the International Journal of Information Management (1990)
    Co-author, “Key Ergonomic Characteristics of System Development Techniques,” published in Interfaces, The Computer Education Quarterly (1990)
    Co-author, “Timing Strategies for Feasibility Studies in Information Systems Development,” published in the Information Resources Management Journal (1990)
    Co-author, “Strategic Information Systems for Competitive Advantage and Economic Development in Developing Countries,” published in Productivity (1988)
    Co-author, “The Design and Implementation of a Multidimensional Retail Information System,” published in the Journal of Information Systems (1988)
    Co-author, “The Feasibility Study in Information Systems: An Analysis of the Criteria and Contents,” published in Information & Management (1988)
    Co-author, "A Model for Selection of Systems Development Tools," published in MIS Quarterly (1982)
    Interview Subject, “Global IT Outsourcing,” reports published in India Abroad (2003 and 2004)
    Interview Subject, “The Threat of Outsourcing for Verizon Employees,” published in New Jersey Star Ledger and excerpted in Pioneer Press (2003)
    Featured in an article published in Hicksville Illustrated News regarding the publication of the book, “Global Information Technology and Systems Management (1996)

Exhibits:

  • Keynote Speaker, Global Outsourcing 2020 conference organized by the India China America Institute (2010)
  • Moderator/Speaker,“Global Sourcing of Services: Vision 2020,” presented at the OutsourceWorld Conference (2008)
  • Interview Subject, “Opportunities and Challenges in Global Outsourcing of IT and IT Enabled Services,” Equinox Corporation (2006)
  • Invited Speaker, AMCIS ’06 (2006)
  • Speaker, “Enacting Culture Clash in the International Office of the Future,” plenary session at TMEDA (Technology Management Education Alliance) workshop, Stevens Institute of Technology (2006)
  • Speaker, the Ziff-Davis- and ADM-sponsored Summit of 125 CIOs (2004)
  • Interview Subject, “The impact of Global Outsourcing on US economy,” aired on National Public Radio (2003)
  • Speaker, “Internet Revolution is Driving Outsourcing to Its Limits,” plenary session presented at the Second IT Outsourcing Summit (2002)
  • Speaker, “Issues in Global IT and Global e-Commerce Management,”University of Napoli (2002)
  • Speaker, “Trends and Challenges in Information Technology and Electronic Commerce,” National Dairy Development Board (India)
  • Speaker, “The Exploding Internet and the Global Electronic MarketPlace," Indian Institute of Management (1997)

Honors/Awards:

  • One of the two equally recommended Professors from LIU Post to receive Abraham Krasnoff Lifetime Scholarly Achievement Award (March, 2012).
    Receiver of Best Paper award for the paper, “E-Government and the Fight against Corruption: Conceptual Model and Five Case Studies from India,” co-authored with Ojha Amitabh and published in the proceedings of the Twelfth GITM World conference, Las Vegas, NV, June 5-6, 2011.
    Recipient, Plaque in Recognition of Contribution to the Strategic Planning Excel Team on Human Resources
    Development, Babson College (1991)
    Recipient, Best Paper Award, Northeast DSI Conference (1987)
    Finalist, Annual SIM Paper Competition (1987)

Professional Affiliations

  • Founding Editor, Journal of IT Case and Application Research (JITCAR)
  • Member, Decision Science Institute (DSI)
  • Member, Association of Information Systems (AIS)
  • Member, Center for Global Outsourcing (CGO)
  • Member, Global Information Technology Management Association (GITMA)

Marine Life

SCALLOPS

STEPHEN T. TETTELBACH

Professor of BiologyB.S., University of Miami; M.S., University of Washington; Ph.D., University of Connecticut

Specialties:

Shellfish Restoration, Bay Scallops, Mollusks, Marine Biology, Fisheries Biology, Aquaculture, Coral Reef Ecology, Scuba Diving

Publications:

Tettelbach, S.T., J.R. Europe, C.R.H. Tettelbach, J. Havelin, B.S. Rodgers, B.T. Furman, M. Velasquez. 2017. Hard clam walking: active horizontal locomotion of adult Mercenaria mercenaria at the sediment surface and behavioral suppression after extensive sampling. PLoS ONE 12(3):e0173626.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0173626.

      Tettelbach S.T., B.J. Peterson, J.M. Carroll, B.T. Furman, S.W.T. Hughes, J. Havelin, J.R. Europe, D.M. Bonal, A.J. Weinstock & C.F. Smith. 2015. Aspiring to an altered stable state: rebuilding of bay scallop populations and fisheries following intensive restoration. Marine Ecology Progress Series 529:121-136.

      Tettelbach, S.T., K. Tetrault & J. Carroll. 2014. Efficacy of Netminder® silicone release coating for biofouling reduction in bay scallop grow-out and comparative effects on scallop survival, growth and reproduction. Aquaculture Research 45:234-242.

      Tettelbach S.T., B.J. Peterson, J.M. Carroll, S.W.T. Hughes, D.M. Bonal, A.J. Weinstock, J.R. Europe, B.T. Furman & C.F. Smith. 2013. Priming the larval pump: resurgence of bay scallop recruitment following initiation of intensive restoration efforts. Marine Ecology Progress Series 478:153-172.

      Carroll, J.M., B.T. Furman, S.T. Tettelbach, B.J. Peterson. 2012. Balancing the edge effects budget: bay scallop settlement and loss along a seagrass edge. Ecology 93:1637–1647.

      Tettelbach, S.T., D. Barnes, J. Aldred, G. Rivara, D. Bonal, A. Weinstock, C. Fitzsimons-Diaz, J. Thiel, M.C. Cammarota, A. Stark, K. Wejnert, R. Ames, J. Carroll. 2011. Utility of high density plantings in bay scallop, Argopecten irradians irradians, restoration. Aquaculture International. 19(4):715-739.

      Carroll, J. M., B. J. Peterson, D. Bonal, A. Weinstock, C. F. Smith and S. T. Tettelbach. 2010. Comparative survival of bay scallops in eelgrass and the introduced alga, Codium fragile, in a New York estuary. Marine Biology 157:249–259.

      Newell, R. I. E., S. T. Tettelbach, C. J. Gobler, and D. G. Kimmel. 2009.  Relationships between reproduction in suspension-feeding hard clams Mercenaria mercenaria and phytoplankton community structure. Marine Ecology Progress Series 387:179-196.

      Tettelbach, S. T. and C. F. Smith. 2009. Bay scallop restoration in New York. Ecological Restoration 27(1):20-22. 

     Tettelbach, S. T. and A. Weinstock. 2008. Direct observation of bay scallop spawning in New York waters. Bulletin of Marine Science 28(2): 213-219.

Honors/Awards:

David Newton Award for Excellence in Teaching, Long Island University

Environmental Champion Award, North Fork Environmental Council (NY)

Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers

Outstanding Cooperator Award, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suf­folk County (NY)

Thurlow C. Nelson Award for Best Student Paper, 78th Annual Meeting of the National Shell­fisheries Association

Elected to Phi Kappa Phi Honorary Society

Elected to Delta Theta Mu Biology Honorary Society

Scholar-Athlete Award for Varsity Soccer Team, Univers­ity of Miami

Professional Affliations

Member and former Treasurer, Vice-President, President-Elect, President, National Shellfisheries Association

Member, American Association for the Advance­ment of Science

Member, Conchologists of America 

 

Maritime History

ADAM GROHMAN

Administrator & Director of Student Conduct and Community EducationB.F.A., C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University; M.A., American Military University

Specialties:

Maritime History, Military History, Scuba Diving, Shipwreck Research

Publications:

  • Author, “Ugly Duckling: Liberty Ship – S.S. C.W. Post”
  • Author, “Mask, Fins & Knife – A History of the U.S. Navy UDT & SEAL Diving Equipment from World War II to Present”
  • Author, “Claimed by the Sea – Long Island Shipwrecks”

Marketing

LAUREN F. MAYOR

Assistant Professor of MarketingB.S., University of Vermont; M.B.A, Stony Brook University; Ph.D., Baruch College, CUNY Graduate Center

Specialties:

Auditory cues in marketing, motivated perceptual biases, health decision making, consumer disclosure

Publications:

Co-author, "Activating Health Goals Reduces (Increases) Hedonic Evaluation of Food Brands for People Who Harbor Highly Positive (Negative) Affect toward Them", published in Appetite, 2013.

Conference Paper Presentations

Presenter, “I Feel Safer Already: Self-disclosure Increases as Nearness in Proximity Becomes Salient,” Marketing and Public Policy Conference, 2015.
Presenter, “The Effect of Chronic Dieting Goals on Auditory Perceptual Biases,” Society for Consumer Psychology Conference, 2015.
Presenter, “Activating Health Goals to Destroy Hedonic Associations with Junk Foods”, Marketing and Public Policy Conference, 2013.

Conference Poster Presentations

Presenter, “I Feel Safer Already: Self-disclosure Increases as Nearness in Proximity Becomes Salient,” Association for Consumer Research Conference, 2014.
Presenter, “The Psychological Distance of Indulgence,” Marketing and Public Policy Conference, 2014.
Presenter, “Non- Consciously Priming Health Takes the Joy out of Junk Food for Those Who Love It,” Society for Personality and Social Psychology Conference, 2012.
Presenter, “Reversing the Halo: Non-consciously Priming Health Destroys Hedonic Value of a Soft Drink Brand Among Those Who Love It,” Society for Consumer Psychology Conference, 2012.

P.M. RAO

Professor of Marketing & International BusinessB.A., University of Madras; M.B.A., University of Toledo; Ph.D., Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University

Specialties:

Corporate Research and Development, Innovation Issues, Intellectual Property Issues, Marketing Strategy, Telecommunications Policy

Mathematics

ARVIND BORDE

Graduate Co-Director, Mathematics Department; Senior Professor of MathematicsB.S., Bombay University; M.A., Ph.D., Stony Brook University

Specialties:

Computers, Mathematics, Physics, Theory of Relativity

SHELDON N. ROTHMAN

Professor of MathematicsB.A., Queens College, CUNY; M.A., Ph.D., The Graduate Center, CUNY

Middle East

MUHAMMAD MUSLIH

Professor of Political ScienceB.A., St. Lawrence University; M.A., American University at Beirut; Ph.D., Columbia University

Specialties:

Middle East (Israel, Jordan, PLO, Syria)

Publications:

  • Author, “The Origins of Palestinian Nationalism”
  • Author, “Political Ties in the Arab World”
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Nursing

DR. MARY T. INFANTINO

Director, Graduate Program/Advanced Practice; Associate Professor of Nursing; ChairB.S., Molloy College, Rockville Centre, NY; M.S., Adelphi University, Garden City, NY
Post Graduate, SUNY Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY; PhD., Adelphi University, Garden City, NY

Specialties:

Adult Nurse Practitioner
Clinical Nurse Specialist

Publications:

Editorial manuscript reviewer for Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics, 2010

Astrazeneca Pharmaceuticals.  Principal Investigator of this 1500 participant and $40,000 funded  study on The patterns and prevalence  of gastroesophageal reflux symptoms in peri-menopausal and menopausal women.

Infantino, M.T. Management of the Menopausal Woman Experiencing GERD Symptom Menopause Management,   September-October 2009.

Infantino, M.T. The patterns and prevalence of gastroesophageal reflux disease in peri-menopausal and menopausal women. The Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, May 2008.

Infantino, M.T.(December 2006)Approaches to the male client in a reproductive health care setting. Womens Health Care: A Practical Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 5(6),29-31.

Infantino, M.T. The patterns and prevalence of gastroesophageal reflux disease in peri-menopausal and menopausal women. The Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, accepted for publication January 2007 (Published May 2008).

Infantino, M.T. Gardening: A strategy for health promotion in older women. Journal of New York State Nurses Association, Fall/Winter 2004-2005 issue.

Infantino, M.T. The lived experience of leisure gardening among older women. Abstract, Journal of Womens Health, May 2004.

Honors/Awards:

  • Sigma Theta Tau, 1984-present.
  • Magna Cum Laude, Molloy College, 1981.
  • Magna Cum Laude, Adelphi University, 1985.

Professional Affiliations

  • National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Womens’ Health, 2005-2008.
  • Nurse Practitioner Association of Long Island, 2002-present.
  • New York State Nurse Practitioner Association, 2002-present.
  • American Nurse Association of Occupational Nurses, 1997-2000.
  • American Nurses Association, 1981-1999.

Lectures and Presentations

5th Annual Nursing Research Conference, "The prevalence and pattern of gastroesophageal reflux symptoms in peri-menopausal and menopausal women," New York University, New York, April 2005.

12th Annual Congress on Womens Health, "The lived experience of leisure gardening among older women," South Carolina, June 2004.

New York State Nurses Association Annual Convention, "The lived experience of leisure gardening among older women," Rochester, NY, October 2003.

Sigma Theta Tau, Nursing Entrepreneurship Conference, Topic: "Holistic nursing practice," 1996.

Guest, "The Heart Show" WOR 710 AM Radio, Natural approaches to menopause November 2009    

Guest, "The Heart Show" WOR 710 AM Radio,  Osteoporosis, May2010

Guest Host, "The Heart Show," WOR 710 AM Radio, "Nutrition and menopause," November 2006.

Guest Host, "The Heart Show," WOR 710 AM Radio, "Issues in women's health," August 2006.

St. Francis Hospital Second Annual Nursing Research Conference, "The patterns and prevalence of gastroesophageal reflux disease in peri-menopausal and menopausal women," December 2006.

St. Francis Hospital Second Annual Nursing Research Conference, "The patterns and prevalence of gastroesophageal reflux disease in peri-menopausal and menopausal women," December 2005.

Guest Host, "The Heart Show, "WOR 710 AM Radio, "The prevention, diagnosis and management of Alzheimers Disease," November 2005.

The National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women's Health Annual Conference, "The prevalence and pattern of gastroesophageal reflux symptoms in peri-menopausal and menopausal women," Naples, Florida, September 2005.

Sigma Theta Tau Research Day, "The lived experience of leisure gardening among five older women in suburbia," Roslyn, NY, 2002.

Doctoral dissertation oral defense, "The lived experience of leisure gardening among five older women in suburbia," Adelphi University, 2001.

Doctoral dissertation forum, proposal for research inquiry into "The lived experience of leisure gardening among the well-elderly,"Adelphi University, 1999.

Nurse Practitioner Association of Long Island, Topic: "Complementary approaches to women's health," 1995.

Nutrition

BARBARA SHORTER

Associate Professor of NutritionB.S., Hunter College, CUNY; M.S., New York University; M.Ed., Ed.D., Columbia University

Specialties:

Interstitial Cystitis

Publications:

Co-author, Effects of Foods and Beverages on Symptoms of Prostatitis, article published in Urology.

Chapter Co-author, Diet and its Role in Interstitial Cystitis and Co-morbid Conditions, Chapter 19, Bladder Pain Syndrome in “A Guide for Clinicians”.

Author, “Nutrition Facts for Kidney Stone Patients, Patient booklet”, Smith Institute for Urology, North Shore-LIJ Health System.

Co-author, Medical Residents and Nutrition Support in Critical Care: A Survey of Knowledge, Attitudes and Practice, article published in Topics in Clinical Nutrition.

Author, Dietary Changes Can Make a Difference in IC Patients with Food Sensitivities, article published in Nutrition Today.

Co-author, “Understanding the Interstitial Cystitis/Painful Bladder Syndrome Diet”, published by Interstitial Cystitis Association

Co-author, Differences in Food Sensitivities Between Female Interstitial Cystitis/Painful Bladder Syndrome and Chronic Prostatitis/ Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome Patients, Abstract presented at Poster Session of the American Urological Association Annual Meeting.

Co-author, The Effects of Foods, Beverages and Supplements on the Symptoms of Chronic Prostatitis/Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome, Abstract presented at Podium Session of the American Urological Association Annual Meeting.

Co-author, Novel Use of Questionnaires to Differentiate Chronic Prostatitis/Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome From Interstitial Cystitis/ Painful Bladder Syndrome, Abstract presented at Poster Session of the American Urological Association annual Meeting.

Co-author, Effect of Comestibles on Symptoms of Interstitial Cystitis, published in the Journal of Urology.

Author, Patients Hoping to Alleviate Pain Collide Against the Unknown Forces of the Disease, published in Collide: Styles, Structures, and Ideas in Disciplinary Writing.

Author, The Potential Role of Diet in the Treatment of Interstitial Cystitis/Painful Bladder Syndrome, article published in Topics in Clinical Nutrition

Co-author, The Effects of Comestibles on the Symptoms of Interstitial Cystitis, Abstract presented at the Moderated Poster Session of the Annual Meeting of the American Urological Association

Co-author, The Effects of Foods, Beverages and Supplements on the Symptoms of Interstitial Cystitis, Abstract presented at Poster Session of the New York State Dietetic Association 76th Annual Meeting and Exhibition

Co-author, The Effects of Foods, Beverages and Supplements on the Symptoms of Interstitial Cystitis, Abstract presented at Poster Session of the National Bladder Foundation 2005 International Bladder Symposium

Co-author, Prevalent Use of Dietary Supplements Among People Who Exercise at a Commercial Gym, Article published in the International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism.

Honors/Awards:

Recipient, First Prize for Outstanding Poster Presentation 2009 Academic Competition of the North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health

Recipient, Recognition of Outstanding Contribution to Patient Education 2013 ICA Patient Forum

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Obesity

VERONIKA DOLAR

Assistant Professor of EconomicsB.A., University of Western Ontario (Canada); M.A., Ph.D., University of Minnesota

Specialties:

Applied Microeconomics: Health Economics, Labor Economics, Economic Education and Economics of Education

Publications:

Dolar, V., Epstein, S., Ye, C., & Gucwa, A. (2016). Correlations between Quality Ratings of Skilled Nursing Facilities and Multi-Drug Resistant Urinary Tract Infections, accepted for publication at American Journal of Infection Control.

Dolar, V.(2016).Are we Teaching Outside the Box? A National Survey on Teaching Minimum Wage in Undergraduate Economics Classes, forthcoming at Forum for Social Economics.

Dolar, V. (Winter 2016). What Does the Minimum Wage Do? [Review of the book What Does the Minimum Wage Do?, by D. Belman and P. J. Wolfson]. Forthcoming in Eastern Economic Journal.

Buttet, S., & Dolar, V. (2015).The Price of One Sweet Calorie.  International Journal of Food and Agricultural Economics, 3(4), 1-14.

Buttet, S., & Dolar, V. (2015).Toward a Quantitative Theory of Food Consumption Choices and Body Weight. Economics & Human Biology, 17, 143-156.

Isoldi, K., & Dolar, V. (2015). Blending Better Beverage Choices: A Nutrition Education and Experiential Workshop for Youths. Journal of Obesity.

Buttet, S., & Dolar, V. (2015).Engines of Liberation Redux when the Price of Home Appliances Is Endogenous. Journal of Labour Market Research, 48(1), 27-40.

Buttet, S., & Dolar, V. (2014).Design and Use of Rubrics in Undergraduate Economics Classes. Perspectives on Economic Education Research, 9(1), 36-55.

Buttet, S., & Dolar, V. (2014).Food Prices, Real Income, and the Obesity Epidemics. Northeast Business and Economics Association Conference Proceedings, November, 2014.

Isoldi, K., Hayman, L., & Dolar, V. (2014).Policy Regulation of Classroom Celebrations: Parental Perspectives. Health Behavior and Policy Review, 1(5), 362-372.

Isoldi, K., Calderon, O., & Dolar V. (2014). Cooking Up Energy®: Response to a Youth-Focused Afterschool Cooking and Nutrition Education Program. Topics in Clinical Nutrition, 29(2), 123-131.

Dolar, V.(2013). The Treatment of Minimum Wage in Undergraduate Economics Textbooks Revisited. International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education, 4(2), 157-182.

Moran, K., & Dolar V. (2002).Estimated DGE Models and Forecasting Accuracy: A Preliminary Investigation with Canadian Data , Working Paper 2002-18, Bank of Canada

Dolar, V., & Meh, C. (2002). Financial Structure and Economic Growth: A Non-Technical Survey. Financial System Review, December 2002, Bank of Canada

Honors/Awards:

David Newton Award for Excellence in Teaching, Long Island University (2016)

Judge for the Research Investigator’s Science Expo (RISE) competition sponsored by the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research and the Young Investigators Society at Northwell Health (2016)

Keynote speaker at the Science Research Symposium, Wellington C. Mepham High School (2015)

Phi Eta Sigma Honorary Member, Honors Program Office, Long Island University, Post (2015)

Certificate of Achievement for exemplary service and leadership to the University, the Dean of Students’ Office, LIU Post (2015)

Recipient, medal in recognition of work with students with disabilities, Ability Unlimited, Kent State University (2007)

Recipient, numerous Distinguished Instructor Awards, University of Minnesota (2002-2006)

Affiliations

Member, American Economic Association

Member, Eastern Economic Association

Member, New York State Economic Association

Outsourcing

SHAILENDRA PALVIA

Professor of Management Information SystemsB.S., Indian Institute of Technology; M.B.A., Ph.D., University of Minnesota

Specialties:

Management of the Systems Development Process, Human Side of Information Technology, Social Issues of Information Technology, Global Issues of Information Technology, IT Applications and Architecture, Telecommuting, Computer Software Training Methods, Global Electronic Commerce, Global Outsourcing of IT and IT Enabled Services, e-Government

Publications:

  • Co-author, “Opportunities and Challenges of Cyberspace Networking: An Exploratory Study,” International Journal of Engineering, Science & Management, Volume 2, Issue 2, Jul-Dec 2012, pages 108-119.
    Co-author, “Critical Issues of IT Outsourcing Vendors in India,” Communications of AIS, September 2011.
    Co-author, “Capability, Quality and Performance of Offshore IS Vendors: A Theoretical Framework and Empirical Investigation,” published in Decision Sciences (2010)
    Co-author, “Citation Analysis of IS Journals: Separating Facts from Fiction,” published in Communications of AIS (2009)
    Co-author, “Challenges of a Small Enterprise in the Sourcing Life Cycle: Evidence from Offshoring to India,” published in the Journal of IT Case and Application Research (2008)
    Co-author, “The Effectiveness of Using Computers for Software Training: An Exploratory Study,” published in the Journal of Information Systems Education (2007)
    Co-author, “Improvement in Operational Efficiency due to ERP Systems Implementation: Truth or Myth?” published in Information Resource Management Journal (2006)
    Author, “Global Outsourcing of IT and IT Enabled Services: Choosing an Outsourcing Destination Country,” published in the Journal of IT Cases and Applications, Volume 6, Number 3, 2004.
    Co-author, “Global Information Technology: A Meta Analysis of Key Issues,” published in Information & Management (2002)
    Author, “Computer Software Training Using Delayed and Synchronous Methods: An Exploratory Study into End Users' Performance and Satisfaction,” published in the Journal of Information Technology Cases and Applications” (2001)
    Co-author, "Socio-Technical Framework for Post-Implementation Quality Assessment of Computer Information Systems," published in Industrial Management and Data Systems (2001)
    Author, “Effectiveness of Asynchronous and Synchronous Modes for Learning Computer Software by End Users: An Exploratory Experimental Investigation,” published in the Journal of Computer Information Systems (2001)
    Author, “Learning Spreadsheet Software in the Traditional and Synchronous Modes: A Model and a Pilot Study into End User's Performance and Satisfaction,” published in the Journal of Information Systems Education (2000)
    Co-author, “Distribution Channels in Electronic Markets: A Functional Analysis of the "Disintermediation" Hypothesis,” published in EM—Electronic Markets: the International Journal of Electronic Commerce & Business Media (1999)
    Co-author, “An Examination of IT Satisfaction of Small Business Users,” published in Information and Management (1999)
    Co-author, “Telecommuting in Singapore: Current Status and A Comparison with Other Countries,” published in the Journal of Global Information Management Winter (1997)
    Co-author, “Information Systems Development: A Conceptual Model and A Comparison of Methods Used in Singapore, USA, and Europe,” published in the Journal of Global Information Management (1996)
    Co-author, “Ideal, Advertised, and Actual Systems Analyst’s Skills: The Singapore Context,” published in Information Technology & People (1996)
    Co-author, “An Experimental Investigation of Factors Influencing Predicted Success in DSS Implementation,” published in Information & Management (1995)
    Co-author, “Health and Stress Issues of Office Automation: A Singapore Study,” published in the Journal of End-User Computing (1994)
    Co-author, “ITpreneurship and Logistics Business Success: The Case of YCH Company,” published in the Journal of Enterprising Culture (1993)
    Co-author, “Using Innovative IT Architecture for Entrepreneurial Success,” published in the Journal of End-User Computing (1993)
    Co-author, “Trees, Tables, and Formulas in Decision Analysis,” published in Communications of the ACM (1992)
    Co-author, “MIS Issues in India and a Comparison with the U.S.,” published in International Information Systems (1992)
    Co-author, “A Practical Framework for Information Technology Conversion Strategies,” published in the Journal of Systems Management (1991)
    Co-author, “Models and Requirements for Using Information Systems in Developing Nations,” published in the International Journal of Information Management (1990)
    Co-author, “Key Ergonomic Characteristics of System Development Techniques,” published in Interfaces, The Computer Education Quarterly (1990)
    Co-author, “Timing Strategies for Feasibility Studies in Information Systems Development,” published in the Information Resources Management Journal (1990)
    Co-author, “Strategic Information Systems for Competitive Advantage and Economic Development in Developing Countries,” published in Productivity (1988)
    Co-author, “The Design and Implementation of a Multidimensional Retail Information System,” published in the Journal of Information Systems (1988)
    Co-author, “The Feasibility Study in Information Systems: An Analysis of the Criteria and Contents,” published in Information & Management (1988)
    Co-author, "A Model for Selection of Systems Development Tools," published in MIS Quarterly (1982)
    Interview Subject, “Global IT Outsourcing,” reports published in India Abroad (2003 and 2004)
    Interview Subject, “The Threat of Outsourcing for Verizon Employees,” published in New Jersey Star Ledger and excerpted in Pioneer Press (2003)
    Featured in an article published in Hicksville Illustrated News regarding the publication of the book, “Global Information Technology and Systems Management (1996)

Exhibits:

  • Keynote Speaker, Global Outsourcing 2020 conference organized by the India China America Institute (2010)
  • Moderator/Speaker,“Global Sourcing of Services: Vision 2020,” presented at the OutsourceWorld Conference (2008)
  • Interview Subject, “Opportunities and Challenges in Global Outsourcing of IT and IT Enabled Services,” Equinox Corporation (2006)
  • Invited Speaker, AMCIS ’06 (2006)
  • Speaker, “Enacting Culture Clash in the International Office of the Future,” plenary session at TMEDA (Technology Management Education Alliance) workshop, Stevens Institute of Technology (2006)
  • Speaker, the Ziff-Davis- and ADM-sponsored Summit of 125 CIOs (2004)
  • Interview Subject, “The impact of Global Outsourcing on US economy,” aired on National Public Radio (2003)
  • Speaker, “Internet Revolution is Driving Outsourcing to Its Limits,” plenary session presented at the Second IT Outsourcing Summit (2002)
  • Speaker, “Issues in Global IT and Global e-Commerce Management,”University of Napoli (2002)
  • Speaker, “Trends and Challenges in Information Technology and Electronic Commerce,” National Dairy Development Board (India)
  • Speaker, “The Exploding Internet and the Global Electronic MarketPlace," Indian Institute of Management (1997)

Honors/Awards:

  • One of the two equally recommended Professors from LIU Post to receive Abraham Krasnoff Lifetime Scholarly Achievement Award (March, 2012).
    Receiver of Best Paper award for the paper, “E-Government and the Fight against Corruption: Conceptual Model and Five Case Studies from India,” co-authored with Ojha Amitabh and published in the proceedings of the Twelfth GITM World conference, Las Vegas, NV, June 5-6, 2011.
    Recipient, Plaque in Recognition of Contribution to the Strategic Planning Excel Team on Human Resources
    Development, Babson College (1991)
    Recipient, Best Paper Award, Northeast DSI Conference (1987)
    Finalist, Annual SIM Paper Competition (1987)

Professional Affiliations

  • Founding Editor, Journal of IT Case and Application Research (JITCAR)
  • Member, Decision Science Institute (DSI)
  • Member, Association of Information Systems (AIS)
  • Member, Center for Global Outsourcing (CGO)
  • Member, Global Information Technology Management Association (GITMA)
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Philosophy

ARTHUR LOTHSTEIN

Director of the Institute for Peace and Social Justice; Professor of PhilosophyB.A., Queens College, CUNY; M.A., Ph.D., New York University

Specialties:

History of Ideas, Classical and Contemporary American Philosophy, Aesthetics and the Philosophy of Beauty, Philosophy of Literature, Environmental Philosophy, Dreams and the Unconscious, Philosophy of Love and Sex, Philosophy of Religion

Publications:

  • Author, “Loaded with Life: An Essay on Emersonian Pedagogy” (in progress)
  • Co-editor, “New Morning: Emerson in the Twenty-First Century (2008)
  • Editor, “All We Are Saying…”: The Philosophy of the New Left (1971)
  • Author, "Teaching for Lustres: An Essay on the Emersonian Teacher," published in New Morning
  • Author, No Eros, No Buds: Teaching as Nectaring, published in “Experience as Philosophy: On the Work of John J. McDermott (2006)
  • Author, “Martin Buber and John Dewey," published in “To Be is to Be Relational: Martin Buber and the Human Sciences” (1996)
  • Author, “The Pathology of Inwardness: John Dewey's Critique of the Inner Life," published in “John Dewey: Critical Assessments” (1993)
  • Author, "Salving from the Dross: John Dewey’s Anarcho-Communalism," published in The Philosophical Forum (1971)

Recordings:

"Kerouac's Child," originally on album by Silent Bear (Mapleshade Records)
Two-CD collection of songs with Silent Bear (in progress)

Honors/Awards:

Member, Phi Beta Kappa
Recipient, C.W. Post Poetry Prize (2000 and 1977)
Recipient, David Newton Award for Teaching Excellence (1990)
Recipient, New York University Outstanding Adjunct Teacher Award (1993)
Thesis listed as one of "Ten Essential Works on John Dewey"in "Classical American Philosophy"(1987)
Recipient, Dewey Prize (1977)

Professional Affiliations

Member, Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy
Member, William James Society
Member, Ralph Waldo Emerson Society
Member, John Dewey Society
Member, Merleau-Ponty Circle
Former Board Member, Sea Cliff Chamber Players

JOHN LUTZ

Chair, English Department; Associate Professor of EnglishB.A., M.A., Long Island University; Ph.D., Stony Brook University

Specialties:

Postcolonial Literature, Literary Theory, Philosophy and Literature, Marxism, 20th-century World Anglophone Literatures, History and Theory of the Novel, Moral Philosophy, Political Philosophy

Publications:

  • Author, “Zombies of the World Unite: Class Struggle and Alienation in ‘Land of the Dead,’” published in “Philosophy and Horror” (2010)
  • Author, “From Domestic Nightmares to the Nightmare of History: Uncanny Eruptions of Violence in King and Kubrick’s ‘The Shining,’” published in “Philosophy and Horror” (2010)
  • Author, “Commodity Fetishism, Patriarchal Repression, and Psychic Deprivation in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things,” published in Mosaic (2009)
  • Author, “A Marxian Theory of the Subject: Commodity Fetishism, Autonomy, and Psychological Deprivation,” published in Rethinking Marxism (2009)
  • Author, “A Rage for Order: Fetishism, Self-Betrayal, and Exploitation in The Secret Agent,” published in Conradiana (2008)
  • Author, “Pessimism, Autonomy, and Commodity Fetishism in Ayi Kwei Armah’s The Beautyful Ones Are Not Yet Born,” published in Research in African Literatures (2003)
  • Author, “Ngugi’s Dialectical Vision: Individualism and Revolutionary Consciousness in A Grain of Wheat,” published in Ufahamu (2003)
  • Author, “That Texas Disease: Commodity Fetishism and Psychic Deprivation in The Hamlet,” published in LIT: Literature, Interpretation, Theory (2002)
  • Author, “Chichikov’s Chest: Reality, Representation, and Infectious Storytelling in Dead Souls,” published in Texas Studies in Literature and Language (2001)
  • Author, “Centaurs and Other Savages: Patriarchy, Hunger, and Fetishism in ‘Falk,’” published in Conradiana (2000)
  • Author, “Faulkner’s Parable of the Cave: Ideology and Social Criticism in Light in August,” published in Mississippi Quarterly (1999)

Affiliations

Member, Modern Language Association

GLENN ALEXANDER MAGEE

Chairman, Department of Philosophy; Professor of PhilosophyB.A., George Mason University; M.A., Ph.D., Emory University

Specialties:

German Philosophy from Kant to Heidegger, Western Mysticism, Esotericism

Publications:

Editor, "The Cambridge Handbook of Western Mysticism and Esotericism" (2016)
Author, "The Hegel Dictionary" (2011)
Author, "Hegel and the Hermetic Tradition" (2001; revised paperback, 2008)
Author, "The Dark Side of Subjective Spirit: Hegel on Mesmerism, Madness, and Ganglia," published in "Essays on Hegel's Philosophy of Spirit" (2012)
Author, "Architectonic, Truth, and Rhetoric," published in Philosophy and Rhetoric  (2009)
Author, "Hegel's Philosophy of History and Kabbalist Eschatology," published  in "Hegel and History" (2009)
Author, "On the Will in Nature: Schopenhauer, Animal Magnetism, and Magic," published in "Esotericism, Religion, and Nature"(2009)
Author, "Hegel on the Paranormal: Altered States of Consciousness in the Philosophy of Subjective Spirit," published in Aries: Journal for the Study of Western Esotericism  (2008)
Author, "Hegel and Mysticism," published in "The Cambridge Companion to Hegel and Nineteenth-Century Philosophy" (2008)

Honors/Awards:

Recipient, David Newton Award for Excellence in Teaching (2008)
Honorary Inductee, Phi Eta Sigma, National Honor Society (2006)
Recipient, Lewis White Beck Fellowship, Emory University (1996)

Professional Affiliations

Member, American Philosophical Association
Member, Hegel Society of America
Member, Association for the Study of Esotericism
Member, European Society for the Study of Western Esotericism
Member, Editorial Board, Regional Consultant for the US and Canada, Aries: Journal for the Study of Western Esotericism 
Member, Editorial Board, Clio Hegelian Research Series
Assistant Editor, New Vico Studies (1996-2003)

Presentations

Conference on Jacob Boehme, Oxford University ( 2010)
International Conference on "Enlightenment and Esotericism—Ways into Modernity," Germany (2010)
The Hegel Society of America, Twentieth Biennial Meeting, University of South Carolina (2008)
Keynote Address, Myth: A Graduate Conference in German and Scandinavian Studies, University of Massachusetts at Amherst (2008)
The Hegel Society of America, Nineteenth Biennial Meeting, DePaul University (2006)

Physics

STEVE LIEBLING

Professor of Math/PhysicsB.A., Brown University; M.A., Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin

Specialties:

Black Holes, Numerical and Computational Modeling, Relativity

Publications:

  • Co-author, “Magnetized Neutron Star Mergers and Gravitational Wave Signals," published in Physical Review
  • Co-author, “Orbital Dynamics of Binary Boson Star Systems," published in Physical Review
  • Co-author, “Simulating Binary Neutron Stars: Dynamics and Gravitational Waves," published in Physical Review
  • Co-author, “Simulating the Universe(s): from Cosmic Bubble Collisions to Cosmological Observables with Numerical Relativity” (arXiv:1312.1357), published in the Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics

A complete list of publications can be found here.

Honors/Awards:

Winner of the Buchalter Cosmology Prize 2014 for co-authoring, "Simulating the Universe(s): from Cosmic Bubble Collisions to Cosmological Observables with Numerical Relativity" (arXiv:1312.1357), published in the Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics 
Winner of the Abraham Krasnoff Memorial Award for a single, scholarly work 2014
Named an APS Fellow in 2013
Named an "Outstanding Referee" for Physical Review 2010
ITP Scholar (awarded by what is now the KITP at UCSB) 2002

Research Summary

http://relativity.liu.edu/steve/research/interests.html

Affiliation

  • Member, American Physical Society (APS)

Areas of Expertise

Numerical relativity; black hole critical behavior, high performance computing

ARLENE PELTOLA

Assistant Professor of Communications, Public Relations; Honors Affiliation, Member of Delta Mu Delta Business Honor SocietyB.B.A., University of Massachusetts Amherst; M.B.A., Lehigh University College of Business and Economics

Publications:

  • Co-Author, “Marketing to College Women to Encourage Reflection and Self Responsibility Regarding Underage or Risky Consumption of Alcohol on All-Women Campuses” in the Journal of Northeastern Business, Economics and Technology. (2011) 

Affiliations and Associations

  • Member, Delta Mu Delta Business Honor Society
  • Member, American Marketing Association
  • Member Association of Experiential Education
  • Member, National Association of Women M.B.A.s
  • Member, Public Relations Society of America (PRSA)

Politics

JEREMY A. BUCHMAN

Associate Professor of Political ScienceB.A., Columbia University; M.A., Ph.D., Stanford University

Specialties:

American Government, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, Judicial Politics, U.S. Supreme Court, Voting Rights and Redistricting

Publications:

  • Author, “Drawing Lines in Quicksand: Courts, Legislatures, and Redistricting”
  • Author, “The Effects of Ideology on Federal Trial Judges’ Decisions to Admit Scientific Expert Testimony,” published in American Politics Research
  • Author, “Judicial Lobbying and the Politics of Judicial Structure: An Examination of the Judiciary Act of 1925,” published in Justice System Journal

Psychology

ORLY CALDERON

Associate Professor of Social WorkB.A., Southampton College, Long Island University; M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University; M.S., Psy.D., Hofstra University

Specialties:

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Learning Disabilities, Forensic Psychology, Human Behavior

Youth at risk; psychological and forensic assessment; program evaluation; educational outcome assessment.

Publications:

Author, (2013) Post-secondary and corporate on-Line learning: Preferred features of CMSs. In M. Bocarnea, R.A. Reynolds, & J.Baker (eds.) Handbook of Research onOnline Instruments, Data Collection and Electronic Measurements. USA; IGA Global

Author, (in press): Direct and indirect assessment of learning outcomes: what do we actually measure? Journal of Social Work Education.

Co-author, (2012). Understanding the concerns and needs of immigrant youth in Nassau County, NY. Families in Society, 93 (3), 226-232. doi: 10.1606/1044-3894.4222

Co-author, (2012). Multidimensional assessment of blended learning: Maximizing program effectiveness based on student and faculty feedback. JALN- Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 16 (4),

Co-author, (2011) Expanding awareness: Issues in the development of an ethics scale for the social work profession. Journal of Social Work Education 47(1), 133-149.

Co-author, (2008). A contextual, multidimensional, interdisciplinary approach to assessment of ADHD: A clinical model. Best Practices in Mental Health An International Journal, 4, 59-79.

Co-author, (2012). Letter to the Editor. Journal of Social Work Education, 48, (3), 623-636.

Co-auhtor, (Autumn, 2007). The development of an ethics scale for the profession of social work., NASW, Nassau Division News.

Co-author, Ask the Clinician (ADHD Q & A column). Educational Update, 2006-2007.

Professional Affiliations

CSWE- member

APA-member

THOMAS P. DEMARIA

Director, Psychological Services Center; Faculty Advisor, Trauma Response Team; Adjunct Professor, LIU Post Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program

Specialties:

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder; Grief & Loss; Memorials & Commemoration; Behavioral Medicine; Cross-Cultural Psychology; Religion; Disaster Psychology

Publications:


  • Coauthor, (2016). Supporting the Grieving Child and Family. Pediatrics. 138(3).
  • Coauthor, (2015). Grief Across Cultures: Awareness for Schools. NASN School Nurse, 350-352.  
  • Coauthor, (2015). Providing Psychosocial Support to Children and Families in the Aftermath of Disasters and Crises. Pediatrics, 136(4).
  • First author, (2014). Do it now: Short-term responses to traumatic events. Phi Delta Kappan,  (4): 13-17.
  • Coauthor,  (May-June 2009). Reported Physician Skills in the Management of Children's Mental Health Problems Following an Educational Intervention, Academic Pediatrics, 9, (3) 164-171.
  • First author, (2009). Innovative Counseling Approaches with Children and Youth. In A. Gari and K. Mylonas (Eds.) Q.E.D. From Herodotus' Ethnographic Journeys to Cross-Cultural Research. (pp. 404 – 411). Athens: Atrapos Editions
  • First author. (2006). Medical Screenings as a Trigger for PTSD in Public Safety Worker. Annals New York Academy of Sciences, 1071, 478-480.
  • First author, (2006). Bio-Psycho-Social Assessment of -9/11 Bereaved Children, Annals New York Academy of Sciences, 1071, 481-483.
  • Coauthor, (2005). A Community World Trade Center Trauma and Bereavement Counseling Program. In Y. Danelli (Ed.) On the Ground After September 11: Mental Health Responses and Practical Knowledge Gained. (pp. 353-361). Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press, Inc.
  • First author, (2004). Treatment of the Incest Family, In E. Rosen and S. Weinstein (Eds.).Sexuality Counseling: Issues & Implications (pp. 339-381). American Press

Honors/Awards:

  • Founding Member Committee: Coalition to Support Grieving Students (2013 – 2016)
  • Expert Testimony, Sandy Hook Commission (2013-2014)
  • U.S. Senate Briefing on Briefing on school tragedies, violence, and the mental health sponsored by NASP (2013)
  • Distinguished Mentor Award:  International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (2013)
  • Long Island University Post Gold Heart Award: Excellence in Experiential Learning (2013)
  • American Academy Pediatrics Visiting Professorship Proposal Reviewer: Pediatric Bereavement (2012)
  • American Psychological Association Fellow – Division 56 (Trauma Psychology) (2011)
  • Green & Gold Staff Recognition Award:  C.W. Post Employee of the Year (2011)  
  • Museum Planning Conversation Series, National September 11 Memorial & Museum at the World Trade Center (2007- 2011)
  • United States Department of Health & Human Services / Office of Public Health & Science, Strategy Group Meeting on Mental Health & Trauma Affecting Women & Children (2009- 2011)
  • Leadership Development Task Force, International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (2009)
  • Expert Reviewer, SAMHSA Disaster Technical Assistance Center, “Disaster Behavioral Health Intervention Series: Resources for Public Safety Workers” (2007)
  • Faculty - Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, “Reaching Child Initiative” (2007)
  • Long Island Business “Health Care Hero” Award (2006)
  • Invited Guest of the Department of Defense & Pentagon to Visit Wounded Soldiers: Walter Reed and National Naval Medical Center at Bethesda (2006)
  • New York State Senate Liberty Award Recipient for Community Service Following Hurricane Katrina (2006) 
  • ISTSS (International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies) - Sarah Haley Memorial Award for Clinical Excellence (2005)
  • Federal Emergency Management Administration, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Acknowledgement Certificate to Home Ground for “exemplary dedication and leadership in providing effective community-based mental health and substance abuse services” (2005)
  • Invited Guest to the New York French Embassy for a Meeting with “Le Secretaire D’Etat Aux Droits Des Victims”, about the Victims of the World Trade Center, (2004)
  • Molloy College, Center for Christian/Jewish Studies; Humanitarian Award, (2004)
  • Certificates of Appreciation:  Project Liberty, Nassau County Executive, New York State Office of Mental Health, (2003)
  • New York State Senate Liberty Award for WTC Community Service (2002)
  • American Red Cross Service Award (2002) 

  • National Center for School Crisis & Bereavement: Advisory Board (2007-present)
  • Association of Directors of Psychological Training Clinics
  • American Psychological Association:  APA Divisions of Clinical (12) & Trauma Psychology (56)
  • American Red Cross:  Nassau County & Greater New York Chapters
  • International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies

EVA FEINDLER

Director, Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program; Professor of PsychologyB.A., Mt. Holyoke College; M.A., Ph.D., West Virginia University

Specialties:

Adolescent Behavior, Children and Families in Crisis, Domestic Violence, Clinical Supervision and Family Therapy. Cognitive-behavioral interventions with children and adolescents, adolescent anger control, clinical psychology training.

Publications:

Feindler, E., S. Jenny, Klein & Smith, T. (2016) Innovative PsyD Training: An alumni mentorship program enhances relational competencies. Submitted to Training and Education in Professional Psychology.

Feindler, E.L., Gerber, M. & Engel, E. (2016) Program Evaluation Challenges: Is Aggression Replacement Training (ART) Effective? Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Science, 4, 2.

Vidair, H., Feyijinmi, G. & Feindler, E. (2016) Termination in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy with Children, Adolescents, and Parents. Psychotherapy, Online availability November.

Feindler, E.L. & Sita, G. (in contract, to be published in 2017). TAME: Teen Anger Management Education: Implementation guidelines for mental health professionals. Research Press, Champaign, ILL.

Vidair, H., Gustafson, P. & Feindler, E.L. (in contract) The Dissertation Guide for Applied Psychology, Oxford University Press, N.Y., N.Y.

Feindler, E.L. & Kahoud, D. (2015) Two sides of a Theoretical coin: Multiple perspectives on training in a dual orientation program. Chapter 14 in J. Bresler & K. Starr (Eds.) Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy: An Evolving Synergy Routledge, N.Y., N.Y. 

Feindler, E. L. (2014) Transformations of theoretical orientation: A clinician’s personal journey.  British Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, Vol. 11, 2-12.

Feindler, E. L. & Liebman, M. (2014) Chapter 2: Behavioral Assessment in School Settings in R. Flanagan, K. Allen & E. Levine (Eds.) Cognitive and Behavioral Interventions in the Schools: Integrating Theory and Research into Practice. NY: Springer.

Feindler, E.L. & Byers, A. (2013) CBT with adolescent offenders. Chapter 17 in R.C. Tafrate and D. Mitchell (Eds.), Forensic CBT: A Practitioner’s Guide. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, England.

Mahler, M. & Feindler, E.L. (2013) Examining the relationship between leader behavior and group climate for aggressive adolescents in group intervention: A pilot study. Chapter 2 in G. Tully & G. Dolan-Reilly (Eds.) Group Work: An International Conversation on Diversity in Practice, Whiting & Birch, London, England

Feindler, E.L., Gerber, M. & Engel, E. (2012).  ART Research and Program Evaluation.  Chapter 13 in M. Amendola and R. Oliver (Eds.) The PrePare Curriculum: An Implementation Guide, Research Press: Champaign, Ill.

Feindler, E. & Engel, E. (2011) Assessment and intervention for adolescents with anger and aggression difficulties in school settings.Psychology in the Schools, 48, 243-253.

Feindler, E.L. & Gerber, M. (2011) Youth anger management treatment for school violence prevention. Chapter 30 in S. Jimerson, A. Nickerson,  M. Mayer and M. Furlong (Eds.), Handbook of School Violence and School Safety: International Research and Practice, 2nd Ed., Routledge: New York, 409-422.

Feindler, E.L. & Padrone, J. (2009).  Self-Disclosure in Clinical Supervision.  Chapter 20 in A. Bloomgarden and R. Mennuti (Eds.), Psychotherapist Revealed:  Therapists Speak About Self Disclosure, Routlege, Taylor and Francis: New York.

Feindler, E.L. (2009). Playful strategies to manage frustration: The Turtle Technique and Beyond. Chapter 19 in A. Drewes (Ed.), Blending Play Therapy with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Wiley & Sons: Hoboken, NJ.

Feindler, E.L. & Gerber, M. (2007).  TAME Teen Anger Management Education.  In C.W. LeCroy (Ed.), Handbook of Evidence-Based Treatment Manuals for Children and Adolescents, 2nd Ed., Chapter 6, Oxford University Press: New York.

Editorial Review Board: Practice Innovations, new APA journal sponsored by Division 42 (2016-present)

Editorial Review Board: Professional Psychology: Research and Practice (2013-present)

Guest Reviewer: Training and Education in Professional Psychology (2013-present)

Fellowships: APA Division 42, ABCT


GEOFF GOODMAN, PH.D.

Coordinator, Applied Child Concentration; Associate Professor of PsychologyB.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.A., Columbia University; Ph.D., Northwestern University

Specialties:

Attachment Research; Personality Organization and Attachment in Borderline Personality Disorder; Child and Adult Psychotherapy Process and Outcome; Child Psychoanalysis and Mentalization-Based Therapy for Children; Intergenerational Transmission of Psychopathology; Quantitatively Based Methods of Assessing Supervisee Competence; Caregiver Literacy, Young Children’s Play, and School Readiness Skills and Literacy Acquisition in Sub-Saharan Africa ; Sex Addiction and Codependency


Publications:

Co-author (in press).  Studying the effectiveness of the Storytelling/Story-Acting (STSA) play intervention in two rural Ugandan community libraries:  Effects on Ugandan preschoolers’ emergent literacy, oral language, and theory of mind.  In R. Steen (Ed.), Emerging research in play therapy, child counseling and consultation.  Hershey, PA:  IGI Global.

Co-author (in press).  Optimal psychotherapy process for pathological narcissism:  An exploration of clinicians’ perspectives.  Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment.

Co-author (2016).  Expert clinicians’ prototypes of an ideal child treatment in psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral therapy:  Is mentalization seen as a common process factor?  Psychotherapy Research, 26, 590-601.

Co-author (2015).  The rural library's role in Ugandan secondary students' reading habits.  The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions Journal, 41, 53-62.

Co-author (2015).  Assessing levels of similarity to a “psychodynamic prototype” in psychodynamic psychotherapy with children:  A case study approach (preliminary findings).  Trends in Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, 37, 161-165.

Author (2015).  Interaction structures between a child and two therapists in the psychodynamic treatment of a child with borderline personality disorder.  Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 41, 141-161.

Co-author (2015).  The relation between prototypical processes and psychological distress in psychodynamic therapy of five inpatients with borderline personality disorder.  Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 22, 83-95.

Co-author (2015).  Mentalization and play therapy processes between two therapists and a child with Asperger's disorder.  International Journal of Play Therapy, 24, 13-29.

Co-author (2015).  Interaction structures in the psychodynamic therapy of a boy diagnosed with Asperger’s disorder:  A single-case study.  Research in Psychotherapy:  Psychopathology, Process and Outcome, 18, 129-140.

Author (2014).  Mentalization:  An interpersonal approach to mindfulness.  In J. M. Stewart (Ed.), Mindfulness, acceptance, and the psychodynamic evolution:  Bringing values into treatment planning and enhancing psychodynamic work with Buddhist psychology (pp. 111-132).  Oakland, CA:  New Harbinger Publications.

Author (2014).  [Review of Restoring mentalizing in attachment relationships:  Treating trauma with plain old therapy].  Psychodynamic Psychiatry, 42, 324-328.

Co-author (2014).  Rural community libraries in Africa:  Challenges and impactsHershey, PA:  IGI Global.

Co-author (2014).  Processes of therapeutic change in psychodynamic therapy of two inpatients with borderline personality disorder.  Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 24, 3-45.

Co-author (2014).  Interaction structures formed in the psychodynamic therapy of five patients with borderline personality disorder in crisis.  Psychology and Psychotherapy:  Theory, Research and Practice, 87, 15-31.

Co-author (2014).  Two approaches to treating preadolescent children with severe emotional and behavioral problems:  Dialectical Behavior Therapy adapted for children and Mentalization-Based Child Therapy.  Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 24, 298-312.

Author (2013).  The impact of intervention points of entry on attachment-based processes of therapeutic change with prepubertal children.  In J. E. Bettmann & D. D. Friedman (Eds.), Attachment-based clinical work with children and adolescents (pp. 193-218).  New York:  Springer.

Author (2013).  Is mentalization a common process factor in transference-focused psychotherapy and dialectical behavior therapy sessions?  Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 23, 179-192.

Co-author (2013).  The beast had to marry Balinda:  Using story examples to explore socializing concepts in Ugandan caregivers’ oral stories.  Oral Tradition, 28, 55-76.

Author, “Encopresis happens: Theoretical and treatment considerations from an attachment perspective,” in Psychoanalytic Psychology (2013).

Co-author, “Mothers’ borderline features and children’s disorganized attachment representations as predictors of children’s externalizing behavior,” in Psychoanalytic Psychology (2013).

Author, Therapeutic Attachment Relationships by Jason Aronson (2010).

Author,  Transforming the Internal World and Attachment (Vol. 1) by Jason Aronson (2010).

Author, “Transforming the Internal World and Attachment (Vol. 2) by Jason Aronson (2010).

Author, The Internal World and Attachment (The Analytic Press, 2002).

Author, “The impact of intervention points of entry on attachment-based processes of therapeutic change with prepubertal children,” in Attachment-Based Clinical Social Work with Children and Adolescents edited by J. E. Bettmann & D. D. Friedman (2012).

Co-author, “Do attachment representations predict depression and anxiety in psychiatrically hospitalized prepubertal children?” published in Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic76,260-289 (2012).

Co-author, “Interaction structures between a child and two therapists in the psychodynamic treatment of a child with Asperger’s disorder,” published in Journal of Child Psychotherapy37, 311-326 (2011).

Author, “The impact of parent, child, and therapist mental representations on attachment-based intervention with prepubertal children,” published in Clinical Social Work Journal38,73-84 (2010).

Co-author, “Predictors of representational aggression in preschool children of low-income urban African American adolescent mothers,” published in Infant Mental Health Journal31, 33-57 (2010).

Author, “An attachment-based pathways model depicting the psychology of therapeutic relationships,” in Psychology of Relationships edited by E. Cuyler & M. Ackhart (2009).

Author, “Representations of God uncovered in a spirituality group of borderline inpatients,” in Religion and Psychology edited by M. T. Evans & E. D. Walker (2009).
Co-author, “ADHD and aggression as correlates of suicidal behavior in assaultive prepubertal psychiatric inpatients,” published in Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior38, 46-59 (2008).

Co-author, “Representations of God uncovered in a spirituality group of borderline inpatients,” published in International Journal of Group Psychotherapy58, 1-15 (2008).

Author, “Attachment-based intervention with prepubertal children: The impact of parent, child, and therapist mental representations on intervention points of entry,” published in Journal of Psychiatry and Psychology1, 1-20 (2007).

Author, “Quantitatively-based methods of assessing competence in clinical supervision,” published in The Psychologist-Psychoanalyst27, 16-23 (2007).

Co-author, “Maternal depression, prepubertal children's representations of attachment disorganization, and the development of aggression and depression: A mediational model,” in Focus on Family Relations in the 21st Century edited by C. Yoon (2007).

Co-author, “The MAVRIC-C and MAVRIC-P: A preliminary reliability and validity study,” published in Journal of Personality Assessment86, 273-290 (2006).

Author, “Empirical evidence supporting the conceptual relatedness of object representations and internal working models,” published inJournal of the American Psychoanalytic Association53, 597-617 (2005).

Author, “’I feel stupid and contagious’ Countertransference reactions of fledgling clinicians to patients who have negative therapeutic reactions,” published in American Journal of Psychotherapy59, 149-168 (2005).

Author, Review of Primitive mental states vol. II: Psychobiological and psychoanalytic perspectives on early trauma and personality development published in Psychoanalytic Quarterly74, 887-896 (2005).

Co-author, “Mother expectation of bother and infant attachment behaviors as predictors of mother and child communication at 24 months in children of methadone-maintained women,” published in Infant Mental Health Journal26, 549-569 (2005).

Honors/Awards:

Long Island University David Newton Award for Excellence in Teaching (2016)

Distinguished Research Award, Phi Delta Kappa (2016)

Fulbright Scholar, J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, US Department of State (2014)

Linda Neuwirth Memorial Paper Award, Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research (2013)

Long Island University Trustees Award for Scholarly Achievement (2006)

Traditional Plumsock Prize, the Psychoanalytic Training Institute of the New York Freudian Society (2001, 2002)

Profesional Affiliations

Licensed Clinical Psychologist in the State of New York, License Number 011319 (1992-present)

Certified School Psychologist in the State of New York, Control Number 920528991 (1998-present)

Association for Play Therapy Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor (2015-present)

American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT), certified in Sex Therapy (2013-present)

International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP), certified as Multiple Addiction Therapy Supervisor, Certification Number 2010C‐0955 (2012-present)

International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP), certified in Multiple Addiction Therapy, Certification Number 2010C‐0955 (2012-present)

International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP), certified as Sex Addiction Therapy Supervisor, Certification Diploma Number 2010C-0955 (2012-present)

International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP), certified in Sex Addiction Therapy, Certification Diploma Number 2010C-0955 (2012-present)

Fellow, International Psychoanalytical Association (2010-present)

American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP), certified in Clinical Psychology, Certification Diploma Number 6457 (2008-present)

National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology, Registrant Number 50098 (2001-present)

DANIELLE KNAFO

Professor of PsychologyB.A., Tel Aviv University (Israel); Ph.D., The Graduate Center, CUNY

Specialties:

Gender Issues, Sexuality, and Perversion; Immigration and Multiculturalism; Clinical Issues in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis; Psychology of Art and Creativity; Terror-Related Trauma; Serious Mental Illness and Psychosis; Technology. 

Publications:

Books

D. Knafo & R. Lo Bosco. 2016. The Age of Perversion: Desire and Technology in

            Psychoanalysis and Culture. London: Routledge.

D. Knafo, R. Keisner & S. Fiammenghi, Eds. 2015. Stories of Clinical Psychologists

 in Training: Personal Transformation and Professional Development.

Lanham, MD: Rowman-Littlefield.

D. Knafo. 2012. Dancing with the Unconscious: The Art of Psychoanalysis and the

            Psychoanalysis of Art. Routledge. (Gradiva Prize nominee)

D. Knafo. 2009. In Her Own Image: Women’s Self-Representation in Twentieth-

            Century Art. Associated Universities Press. (Krasnoff Prize)

D. Knafo & K. Feiner. 2005. Unconscious Fantasies and the Relational World.

            Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press. (Goethe Prize honoree)

D. Knafo. 2004. Living with Terror, Working with Trauma: A Clinician’s Handbook

 Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson.

D. Knafo. 1993. Egon Schiele/ A Self in Creation: A Psychoanalytic Study of the

            Artist's Self-Portraits. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.

D. Kahoud, & D. Knafo. In Contract. Sex, Drugs, and Creativity: The Search for a

            Magical Solution. London & NY: Routledge.

Journal Articles

D. Knafo. In Press. Desiring castration: A reformulation of Castration Theory Illustrated

            With a transsexual case. Psychoanalytic Inquiry.

D. Knafo. 2016. Going Blind to See: The Role of Regression in the Psychoanalytic

            Treatment of Psychosis. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 70(1): 79-100.

D. Knafo. 2015. For the Love of Death: Somnophilic and Necrophilic Acts and

            Fantasies. JAPA. (Winner of the 2014 Corst Essay Prize), 63(5): 857-886.

D. Knafo. 2015. Guys and Dolls: Relational Life in the Technological Era.   Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 25: 481-502.

D. Knafo. 2015. Technology, Perversion, and Dehumanization. Psychoanalytic

 Dialogues, 25: 524-531.

D. Knafo & M. Selzer. 2015. “Don’t Step on Tony!” The Importance of Symptoms

            When Working with Psychosis. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 32(1): 159-172.

D. Knafo. 2012. Dancing with the Unconscious: The Art of Psychoanalysis.

            Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 32: 275-291.

D. Knafo. 2012. Alone Together: Solitude and Encounter in Art and Psychoanalysis.

            Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 22(1): 54-71.

D. Knafo. 2012. Solitude and Relatedness: A Wily and Complex Twinship.

            Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 22(1) : 83-92.

D. Knafo. 2010. The O.R.T. (The Object Relations Technique): A Reintroduction.

            Psychoanalytic Psychology, 27(2): 182-189.

D. Knafo. 2009. Castration and Medusa: Orlan’s Art on the Cutting Edge. Studies in

            Gender and Sexuality,10(3): 1-17.

D. Knafo. 2009. Freud’s Memory Erased. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 26(2):171-190.

D. Knafo. 2008. The Senses Grow Skilled in their Craving: Thoughts on Creativity and

            Addiction. Psychoanalytic Review, 95(4):571-596.

D. Knafo. 2003, Creative Transformation of Trauma. Israel Psychoanalytic Journal, 1

(4): 537-564.

D. Knafo. 2003. What Does a Man Want? Reflections on Surrealism Unbound, an

            Exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Studies in Gender and Sexuality,

4(3): 287-307.

D. Knafo & K. Feiner. 2002. Blue Velvet: David Lynch’s Primal Scene. International

Journal of Psychoanalysis, 83 (6): 1445-51.

D. Knafo. 2002. Revisiting Ernst Kris’ Concept ‘Regression in the Service of the Ego.’

Psychoanalytic Psychology. 19(1): 24-49.

D. Knafo. 2001. Hannah Wilke: The Naked Truth. Gender and Psychoanalysis. 5(1): 3-

35.

D. Knafo. 2001. Claude Cahun: The Third Sex. Studies in Gender and Sexuality. 2 (1):

29-61.

D. Knafo. 2000. Revelations and Rage: Violence Against Women in the Art of Women

Artists. Violence Against Women, vol 6(6): 661-681.

D. Knafo. 1999. Antisemitism in the Clinical Setting: Transference and

Countertransference Dimensions. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic

Association, 47 (1): 35-63.     

D. Knafo. 1998. The Dead Mother in Käthe Kollwitz’ Art. Art Criticism, 13 (2): 4-15.

D. Knafo. 1998. Transitional Space in the Treatment of Immigrants. Israel Journal of

Psychiatry, 1: 48-55.

D. Knafo. 1996. In Her Own Image: Self-Representation in the Art of Frida Kahlo and

Ana Mendieta. Art Criticism, 11(2): 1-19.

D. Knafo. 1996. Dressing Up and Other Games of Make-Believe: The Function of Play

 in the Art of Cindy Sherman. American Imago, 53 (2): 139-164.

D. Knafo & K. Feiner. 1996. The Primal Scene: Variations on a Theme. Journal of the

 American Psychoanalytic Association. 44 (2): 2001-2021.

D. Knafo. 1993. The Mirror, the Mask, and the Masquerade in the Art and Life of Frida

Kahlo. The Annual of Psychoanalysis, 21: 277-299.

D. Knafo. 1992. The Oedipal Complex in Dreams of Sigmund Freud and C.G. Jung. The

International Review of Psycho-Analysis, 19(3): 351-8.

D. Knafo. Egon Schiele and Frida Kahlo: The Self-Portrait as Mirror. Journal of the

 American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 1991, 19(4): 630-47.

D. Knafo. 1991. David Lynch's Darker Passions. Academy Forum of the American

Academy of Psychoanalysis, 35(1,2): 5-7.

D. Knafo. 1991. Egon Schiele's Self-Portraits: A Psychoanalytic Study in the Creation of

            a Self. The Annual of Psychoanalysis, 19: 59-90.

D. Knafo. What's in a Name? Psychoanalytic Considerations on Children of Famous

Parents. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 1991, 8(3): 263-281.

D. Knafo & R. Setton. 1990. Madness and Contemporary Jewish Literature. Academy

Forum of  the American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 34(1-2): 12-13.

D. Knafo & Y. Jaffe. 1984. Sexual Fantasizing in Males and Females. Journal of

Research in Personality, 18: 451-462.

Book Chapters

D. Knafo & S. Moscovitz. M. Charles, ed. In Press. Contemporary Freudian Approaches.

            In Comparative Psychoanalysis: Defining Terms, Building Bridges. London:

            Routledge.

D. Knafo & M. Selzer. 2017. Outpatient Psychodynamic Psychotherapy with

            Psychosis: Managing Isolation and Creating Safety. In J. Mills & D. Downing,

            Eds. Outpatient Psychodynamic Psychotherapy with Psychosis. London: Karnac.

D. Knafo. 2013. Alone Together: Solitude and Relatedness in the Creative Process. In

            Encounters with Loneliness. Eds: Arlene Kramer Richards, Lucile Spira &

            Arthur Lynch. IP Books. Pp. 17-36

D. Knafo & Seymour Moscovitz. 2005. Psychoanalytic Treatment of Anger and

Aggression. In E. Feindler (ed) Comparative Treatment of Anger. Springer.

D. Knafo. 2004. Creative and Clinical Transformations of Trauma. In D. Knafo (ed.)

Living with Terror, Working with Trauma. Jason Aronson: 565-587.

M. Benyakar & D. Knafo. 2004. Disruption: Individual and Collective Threats. In D.

Knafo (ed.) Living with Terror, Working with Trauma. Jason Aronson: 83-

101.

D. Knafo. 2003. Mordechai Benyakar Workshop: The Frame and the Psychoanalytic

Space in the Face of War and Terror. In Terrorism and the Psychoanalytic

Space: International Perspectives from Ground Zero. Ed. J. Cancelmo and I.

Tylim. NY: Pace University Press: 124-126.

D. Knafo & A. Yaari. 1997. Leaving the Promised Land: Israeli Immigrants in the United

States. Chapter in Immigrant Experiences. Ed. P. Elovitz & C. Khan. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press: 221-40.

Book Reviews

D. Knafo. 2013. Book review of M. Charles’s Working with Trauma: Lessons from

            Bion and Lacan. The American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 74(1): 92-3.

D. Knafo. 2010. The Politics of Desire: Book Review of Mark Blechner’s Sex Changes.

            Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 46(1).

D. Knafo. 1996. Book Review of S. Kavaler-Adler's The Compulsion to Create.

Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, 13 (1): 96-98.

D. Knafo. 1996, Discussion of Donald Kuspit’s Cult of the Avant-Garde. Art Criticism,

11 (1), 101-104.

D. Knafo. 1995, Book Review of M. Ellman's The Hunger Artists. Psychoanalytic

Books, 6 (2): 279-281.

D. Knafo. 1993, Book Review of A. Rothenberg's Creativity and Madness.

Psychoanalytic Books, 4(4): 564-566.

D. Knafo. 1992, Book Review of S. Feder, R. Karmel, & G. Pollock's Psychoanalytic

Explorations in Music. Psychoanalytic Books, 3(3): 458-62.

D. Knafo. 1992, Book Review of C. Easton's Jacqueline du Pré: A Biography.

Academy Forum of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 36(3): 25-6.

D. Knafo. 1991, Is Art Like a Dream? Book Review of J. Oremland's Michelangelo's

Sistine Ceiling: A Psychoanalytic Study of Creativity. Contemporary

Psychology, 36 (3): 249-50.

Art/Exhibition Catalogue Essays

D. Knafo. Roberto Fabelo’s Visionary Madness. SculptuReview, 2016, 55 (2) : 24-31.

D. Knafo. In the Beginning was the Word : Yoan Capote. In : Yoan Capote. Milan: Skira.

            2016, 29-35.

D. Knafo. Once More with Feeling. Haifa Museum of Art, January, 2006.

D. Knafo. Turn of the Screw: The Metamorphosis of Raffael Lomas. Curator and

exhibition essay. Great Neck Arts Center, March 3-April 5, 2002.

D. Knafo. Skin and Psyche: From the Womb to the Tomb. Israel Museum. April, 1998.

D. Knafo. The Body of Love. Tel-Aviv Museum, September, 1998.

D. Knafo. What You See is Not Always What You Get: Voyeurism and The Primal

Scene in Art.   New Observations, September, 1996.

D. Knafo. Misterio. Catalogue Essay and Art Layout for Multimedia Installation by

Giancarlo Biagi. Kampo Cultural Center, NY, December, 1990.

Encyclopedia Entries

D. Knafo. 2006. Mourning; Primal Fantasy; Primal Scene. Edinburgh International

Encyclopedia of Psychoanalysis. Ed. Ross Skelton. Edinburgh University Press:

315; 375.

D. Knafo. 2002. Creativity; Primal Scene. The Freud Encyclopedia. Ed. Edward Erwin.

NY: Routledge: 111-113; 424-425.

Shulman, S. & D. Knafo. 1999. Puberty. Encyclopedia of Parenting Theory and

            Research. Ed. Charles Smith. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 346-348.

Honors/Awards:

Krasnoff Lifetime Achievement Award, 2016

Barbro Sandin Award, for advancing work with vulnerable populations with psychosis.

            ISPS, 2015

NYU Scholar’s Grant, 2015

CORST Essay Prize, American Psychoanalytic Association, 2014

LIU Research Grant, LIU, 2014

NYU Scholar’s Grant, NYU Psychoanalytic Society, 2013

Krasnoff Award for Scholarly Achievement, 2010


EDWARD R. LANSDALE

Chair, Department of Psychology; Adjunct Professor of Public Relations, Department of Communications and FilmB.A, Journalism, The University of Arizona; M.S., Mass Communication, Boston University

CAMILO ORTIZ

Co-director of Clinical Training; Associate Professor. Doctoral Program in Clinical PsychologyB.S., Human Development & Family Studies, Cornell University; M.S., Clinical Psychology, The University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, The University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Specialties:

parenting, disruptive behavior problems in children, bedtime resistance, elimination disorders, and cognitive behavior therapy for child and adult psychiatric disorders

Publications:

(Since 2007)

Co-author, “Maternal treatment acceptability and preference of room time-out and deferred time-out escape contingencies,” published in Child & Family Behavior Therapy, 38(2), 105-123 (2016).

Co-author, "Cultural diversity: Do we need a new wake-up call for parent training?," published in Behavior Therapy44, 443-458 (2013).

Co-author, "Spare the time out, spoil the child: Use of the house of worship as a site for parent training," published in InBalance Division 53 APA Newsletter28(1) (2013).

Co-author, “No association between music ability and hand preference in children,” published in Journal of Motor Behavior, 42(5), 269-275 (2010).

Co-author, “The effect of piano lessons on the vocabulary and verbal sequencing skills of primary grade students,” published in Psychology of Music, 37(3), 325-347 (2009).

Co-author, “Parent involvement in preschool: Predictors and the relation of involvement to pre-literacy development,” published in School Psychology Review, 37(1), 74-90 (2008). 

Co-author, “Behavioral parent-training approaches for the treatment of bedtime noncompliance in young children,” published in Journal of Early and Intensive Behavioral Intervention, 4(2), 511-525 (2007). 

Co-author, “Two-session group parent training for bedtime noncompliance in Head Start children,” published in Child and Family Behavior Therapy, 29(3), 23-55 (2007).

Co-author, “Parent-training groups for fathers of Head Start children: A pilot study of their impact on child behavior and intra-familial relationships,” published in Child and Family Behavior Therapy, 29(2), 47-64 (2007).

Honors/Awards:

National Institutes of Health, 2017-2019 Co-Investigator. New Technologies for Therapist Training and Patient Engagement in Behavioral Parent Training (R43)." ($556,000).

Long Island University Intramural Peer Reviewed Research Grant, 2016-2019, Principal Investigator. “Development and Validation of a Scale of Parent-Child Technoconflict.” ($2.500).

Long Island University Intramural Peer Reviewed Research Grant, 2015-2018, Principal Investigator. “Development and Validation of a Scale Measuring Relationship Patterns in Twins.” ($2.480).

Long Island University Intramural Peer Reviewed Research Grant, 2012-2013, Principal Investigator. “Does Behavioral Extinction Treatment for Bedtime Resistance Negatively Impact a Child’s Attachment Behavior? A Nonconcurrent Multiple Baseline Analysis” ($1,756).

National Institute of Mental Health, 2004-2010, Principal Investigator. “Topic Sequencing Effects in Parent Training.” Career Development Research Grant (K01). ($716,815).

American Psychological Association, 2006-2007. “Enhancing Multicultural Training at Long Island University”. CEMRATT Training Grant. ($5,000).

Department of Health & Human Services, Administration for Children & Families, 2003-04, Principal Investigator. “An Experimental Examination of Group Parent-Training for Bedtime Noncompliance in Head Start Children.” with Co-Investigator, Christine Wade. Dissertation Grant, ($20,000).

Bureau of Health Professions, Graduate Psychology Education Program, 2003-2004, Principal writer of training grant aimed at improving clinical training in the doctoral psychology program at C. W. Post by increasing interdisciplinary training for students. ($141,000).

Department of Health & Human Services, Administration for Children & Families, 2002-04, Principal Investigator. “Parent Training for Fathers of Head Start Children: An Investigation of Its Impact on Intra-Familial Relationships & Child Behavior,” with Co-Investigator, Elana Kun. Dissertation Grant, ($40,000).

National Institute of Mental Health Minority Supplement, 1999-2001, Susan O'Leary (PI on the 
grant) and I co-wrote the proposal to fund postdoctoral research. ($189,000).

Department of Health & Human Services, Administration for Children & Families, 1997-99, Graduate Student Investigator “The Parent Behavior Scale,” Dissertation Grant, ($30,000)

Professional Affiliations

Association for Behavioral & Cognitive Therapies, (ABCT) Full Member, 1994-present
-ABCT Ambassador, 2009-present
-President, Parenting Special Interest Group, 2008-2009
-Secretary, Parenting Special Interest Group, 2005-2006

Sigma Xi, The Scientific Society, Full Member, 1998-present

JILL H. RATHUS

Professor of PsychologyB.A., Cornell University; M.A., Ph.D., Stony Brook University

Specialties:

Anxiety Disorders, Borderline Personality Disorder, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Couple Distress and Couples Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Intimate Partner Violence, Mental Therapy, Spousal Abuse, Suicidal and Self Injurious Adolescents (Treatment, Features, Causes),

Publications:

  • Co-author, “Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Suicidal Adolescents”
  • Co-author, “Assessment of Partner Violence”
  • Co-author, “Marital Distress: Cognitive Behavioral Interventions for Couples”
  • Rathus, J.H., Wagner, D., & Miller, A.L. Self-report assessment of emotion dysregulation, impulsivity, interpersonal chaos, and confusion about self: Development and psychometric eval. of the Life Problems Inventory. (Manuscript in preparation).
  • Miller, A.L., Rathus, J.H., & DeBose (in press). Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Adolescents: Adapting treatment across settings. In K. Keorner and L. DiMeff (Eds.) Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Applications Across New Modes and Settings. Guilford Press.
  • Rathus, J.H., Meyer, S.L., & O’Leary. (Under revision). Attachment, proximity control, and wife abuse. Journal of Family Violence.
  • Rathus, J.H. (2006). Dialectical behavior therapy for anger-related disorders. In E. Feindler (Ed.) Anger-Related Disorders: A practitioner’s guide to comparative treatments (pp. 139-164). NY: Springer Publishing.
  • Rathus, J.H., Cavuoto, N., & Passarelli, V. (2006) DBT: A mindfulness-based treatment for intimate partner violence. In R. Baer (Ed.) Mindfulness-based Treatment Approaches: Clinician’s Guide to Evidence Base and Applications (pp. 333-358). Boston: Academic Press.
  • Wagner, E., Rathus, J.H., & Miller, A.L. (2006). Mindfulness in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) for adolescents. In R. Baer (Ed.) Mindfulness-based Treatment Approaches Clinician’s Guide to Evidence Base and Applications (pp. 167-189). Boston: Academic Press.
  • Miller, A.L., Wagner, E., & Rathus, J.H. (2004). Dialectical behavior therapy for suicidal adolescents: An overview. In H. Steiner & C. Remy (Eds.) Handbook of Mental Health Interventions in Children and Adolescents (pp.659-684). Jossey-Bass.
  • Rathus, J.H., & Miller, A.L. (2002). Dialectical behavior therapy adapted for suicidal adolescents. Suicide & Life Threatening Behavior, 32,146-157.
GRACE C. ROSSI

Professor of PsychologyB.A., Susquehanna University; M.A., Hunter College, CUNY; Ph.D., The Graduate School, CUNY

Specialties:

Brainstem Regions, Neuropsychology, Pain Tolerance in Cancer Patients, Pharmacological Characterization of the Endogenous Pain System

Publications:

1. Marrone GF, Lu Z, Rossi G, Narayan A, Hunkele A, Marx S, Xu J, Pintar J, Majumdar S, Pan YX, Pasternak GW. Tetrapeptide Endomorphin Analogs Require Both Full Length and Truncated Splice Variants of the Mu Opioid Receptor Gene Oprm1 for Analgesia. ACS chemical neuroscience. 2016; 7(12):1717-1727. NIHMSID: NIHMS818065 PubMed [journal] PMID: 27648914, PMCID: PMC5177531

2. Grinnell SG, Ansonoff M, Marrone GF, Lu Z, Narayan A, Xu J, Rossi G, Majumdar S,  Pan YX, Bassoni DL, Pintar J, Pasternak GW. Mediation of buprenorphine analgesia  by a combination of traditional and truncated mu opioid receptor splice variants. Synapse (New York, N.Y.). 2016; 70(10):395-407. NIHMSID: NIHMS790429 PubMed [journal] PMID: 27223691, PMCID: PMC4980214

3. Marrone GF, Grinnell SG, Lu Z, Rossi GC, Le Rouzic V, Xu J, Majumdar S, Pan YX, Pasternak GW. Truncated mu opioid GPCR variant involvement in opioid-dependent and opioid-independent pain modulatory systems within the CNS. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2016; 113(13):3663-8. PubMed [journal] PMID: 26976581, PMCID: PMC4822618

4. Arout CA, Caldwell M, Rossi G, Kest B. Spinal and supraspinal N-methyl-D-aspartate and melanocortin-1 receptors contribute to a qualitative sex difference in morphine-induced hyperalgesia. Physiology & behavior. 2015; 147:364-72. PubMed [journal] PMID: 25982086

5. Lu Z, Xu J, Rossi GC, Majumdar S, Pasternak GW, Pan YX. Mediation of opioid analgesia by a truncated 6-transmembrane GPCR. The Journal of clinical investigation. 2015; 125(7):2626-30. PubMed [journal] PMID: 26011641, PMCID: PMC4563690

6. Xu J, Faskowitz AJ, Rossi GC, Xu M, Lu Z, Pan YX, Pasternak GW. Stabilization of  morphine tolerance with long-term dosing: association with selective upregulation of mu-opioid receptor splice variant mRNAs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2015; 112(1):279-84. PubMed [journal] PMID: 25535370, PMCID: PMC4291645

7. Xu J, Lu Z, Xu M, Rossi GC, Kest B, Waxman AR, Pasternak GW, Pan YX. Differential expressions of the alternatively spliced variant mRNAs of the µ opioid receptor gene, OPRM1, in brain regions of four inbred mouse strains. PloS one. 2014; 9(10):e111267. PubMed [journal] PMID: 25343478, PMCID: PMC4208855

8. Xu J, Xu M, Brown T, Rossi GC, Hurd YL, Inturrisi CE, Pasternak GW, Pan YX. Stabilization of the μ-opioid receptor by truncated single transmembrane splice variants through a chaperone-like action. The Journal of biological chemistry. 2013; 288(29):21211-27. PubMed [journal] PMID: 23760268, PMCID: PMC3774389

9. Xu J, Xu M, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Pan YX. Identification and characterization of seven new exon 11-associated splice variants of the rat μ opioid receptor gene, OPRM1. Molecular pain. 2011; 7:9. PubMed [journal] PMID: 21255438, PMCID: PMC3057186

10. Rossi GC, Matulonis JE, Richelson E, Barbut D, Pasternak GW. Systemically and topically active antinociceptive neurotensin compounds. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics. 2010; 334(3):1075-9. PubMed [journal] PMID: 20576795, PMCID: PMC2939665

11. Kest B, Smith SB, Schorscher-Petcu A, Austin JS, Ritchie J, Klein G, Rossi GC, Fortin A, Mogil JS. Gnao1 (G alphaO protein) is a likely genetic contributor to variation in physical dependence on opioids in mice. Neuroscience. 2009; 162(4):1255-64. PubMed [journal] PMID: 19460419

12. Klein G, Rossi GC, Waxman AR, Arout C, Juni A, Inturrisi CE, Kest B. The contribution of MOR-1 exons 1-4 to morphine and heroin analgesia and dependence.  Neuroscience letters. 2009; 457(3):115-9. PubMed [journal] PMID: 19429175

13. Pan YX, Xu J, Xu M, Rossi GC, Matulonis JE, Pasternak GW. Involvement of exon 11-associated variants of the mu opioid receptor MOR-1 in heroin, but not morphine, actions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United  States of America. 2009; 106(12):4917-22. PubMed [journal] PMID: 19273844, PMCID: PMC2660730

14. Milo S, Ansonoff M, King M, Rossi GC, Zuckerman A, Pintar J, Pasternak GW. Codeine and 6-acetylcodeine analgesia in mice. Cellular and molecular neurobiology. 2006; 26(4-6):1011-9. PubMed [journal] PMID: 16868817

15. Israel Y, Kandov Y, Khaimova E, Kest A, Lewis SR, Pasternak GW, Pan YX, Rossi GC, Bodnar RJ. NPY-induced feeding: pharmacological characterization using selective  opioid antagonists and antisense probes in rats. Peptides. 2005; 26(7):1167-75. PubMed [journal] PMID: 15949635

16. Hadjimarkou MM, Singh A, Kandov Y, Israel Y, Pan YX, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Opioid receptor involvement in food deprivation-induced feeding: evaluation of selective antagonist and antisense oligodeoxynucleotide probe effects in mice and rats. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics. 2004; 311(3):1188-202. PubMed [journal] PMID: 15333676

17. Hopkins E, Rossi G, Kest B. Sex differences in systemic morphine analgesic tolerance following intrathecal morphine injections. Brain research. 2004; 1014(1-2):244-6. PubMed [journal] PMID: 15213009

18. Hadjimarkou MM, Khaimova E, Pan YX, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Feeding induced by food deprivation is differentially reduced by opioid receptor antisense oligodeoxynucleotide probes in rats. Brain research. 2003; 987(2):223-32. PubMed [journal] PMID: 14499967

19. Shane R, Acosta J, Rossi GC, Bodnar RJ. Reciprocal interactions between the amygdala and ventrolateral periaqueductal gray in mediating of Q/N(1-17)-induced  analgesia in the rat. Brain research. 2003; 980(1):57-70. PubMed [journal] PMID:  12865159

20. Neilan CL, King MA, Rossi G, Ansonoff M, Pintar JE, Schiller PW, Pasternak GW. Differential sensitivities of mouse strains to morphine and [Dmt1]DALDA analgesia. Brain research. 2003; 974(1-2):254-7. PubMed [journal] PMID: 12742645

21. Hadjimarkou MM, Silva RM, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Feeding induced by food deprivation is differentially reduced by G-protein alpha-subunit antisense probes in rats. Brain research. 2002; 955(1-2):45-54. PubMed [journal] PMID: 12419520

22. Abbadie C, Rossi GC, Orciuolo A, Zadina JE, Pasternak GW. Anatomical and functional correlation of the endomorphins with mu opioid receptor splice variants. The European journal of neuroscience. 2002; 16(6):1075-82. PubMed [journal] PMID: 12383236

23. Silva RM, Grossman HC, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Pharmacological characterization of beta-endorphin- and dynorphin A(1-17)-induced feeding using G-protein alpha-subunit antisense probes in rats. Peptides. 2002; 23(6):1101-6. PubMed [journal] PMID: 12126737

24. Silva RM, Grossman HC, Hadjimarkou MM, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Dynorphin A(1-17)-induced feeding: pharmacological characterization using selective opioid antagonists and antisense probes in rats. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics. 2002; 301(2):513-8. PubMed [journal]  PMID: 11961051

25. Rossi GC, Pellegrino M, Shane R, Abbadie CA, Dustman J, Jimenez C, Bodnar RJ, Pasternak GW, Allen RG. Characterization of rat prepro-orphanin FQ/nociceptin((154-181)): nociceptive processing in supraspinal sites. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics. 2002; 300(1):257-64. PubMed [journal] PMID: 11752124

26. Shane R, Lazar DA, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Analgesia elicited by OFQ/nociceptin and its fragments from the amygdala in rats. Brain research. 2001; 907(1-2):109-16. PubMed [journal] PMID: 11430891

27. Silva RM, Hadjimarkou MM, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Beta-endorphin-induced feeding: pharmacological characterization using selective  opioid antagonists and antisense probes in rats. The Journal of pharmacology and  experimental therapeutics. 2001; 297(2):590-6. PubMed [journal] PMID: 11303047

28. Mathis JP, Rossi GC, Pellegrino MJ, Jimenez C, Pasternak GW, Allen RG. Carboxyl terminal peptides derived from prepro-orphanin FQ/nociceptin (ppOFQ/N) are produced in the hypothalamus and possess analgesic bioactivities. Brain research. 2001; 895(1-2):89-94. PubMed [journal] PMID: 11259764

29. Silva RM, Rossi GC, Mathis JP, Standifer KM, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Morphine and morphine-6beta-glucuronide-induced feeding are differentially reduced by G-protein alpha-subunit antisense probes in rats. Brain research. 2000; 876(1-2):62-75. PubMed [journal] PMID: 10973594

30. Letchworth SR, Mathis JP, Rossi GC, Bodnar RJ, Pasternak GW. Autoradiographic localization of (125)I[Tyr(14)]orphanin FQ/nociceptin and (125)I[Tyr(10)]orphanin FQ/nociceptin(1-11) binding sites in rat brain. The Journal of comparative neurology. 2000; 423(2):319-29. PubMed [journal] PMID: 10867661

31. Stein JA, Znamensky V, Baumer F, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Mercaptoacetate induces feeding through central opioid-mediated mechanisms in rats. Brain research. 2000; 864(2):240-51. PubMed [journal] PMID: 10802031

32. Pan YX, Xu J, Bolan E, Chang A, Mahurter L, Rossi G, Pasternak GW. Isolation and  expression of a novel alternatively spliced mu opioid receptor isoform, MOR-1F. FEBS letters. 2000; 466(2-3):337-40. PubMed [journal] PMID: 10682855

33. Pan YX, Xu J, Bolan E, Abbadie C, Chang A, Zuckerman A, Rossi G, Pasternak GW. Identification and characterization of three new alternatively spliced mu-opioid  receptor isoforms. Molecular pharmacology. 1999; 56(2):396-403. PubMed [journal]  PMID: 10419560

34. Pasternak KR, Rossi GC, Zuckerman A, Pasternak GW. Antisense mapping KOR-1: evidence for multiple kappa analgesic mechanisms. Brain research. 1999; 826(2):289-92. PubMed [journal] PMID: 10224306

35. Leventhal L, Silva RM, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Morphine-6beta-glucuronide-induced hyperphagia: characterization of opioid action by selective antagonists and antisense mapping in rats. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics. 1998; 287(2):538-44. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9808678

36. Goldberg IE, Rossi GC, Letchworth SR, Mathis JP, Ryan-Moro J, Leventhal L, Su W,  Emmel D, Bolan EA, Pasternak GW. Pharmacological characterization of endomorphin-1 and endomorphin-2 in mouse brain. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics. 1998; 286(2):1007-13. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9694962

37. Krzanowska EK, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Potency ratios of morphine and  morphine-6beta-glucuronide analgesia elicited from the periaqueductal gray, locus coeruleus or rostral ventromedial medulla of rats. Brain research. 1998; 799(2):329-33. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9675330

38. Chang A, Emmel DW, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW. Methadone analgesia in morphine-insensitive CXBK mice. European journal of pharmacology. 1998; 351(2):189-91. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9687002

39. Burdick K, Yu WZ, Ragnauth A, Moroz M, Pan YX, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Antisense mapping of opioid receptor clones: effects upon 2-deoxy-D-glucose-induced hyperphagia. Brain research. 1998; 794(2):359-63. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9622675

40. Leventhal L, Mathis JP, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Orphan opioid receptor antisense probes block orphanin FQ-induced hyperphagia. European journal of pharmacology. 1998; 349(1):R1-3. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9669488

41. Rossi GC, Perlmutter M, Leventhal L, Talatti A, Pasternak GW. Orphanin FQ/nociceptin analgesia in the rat. Brain research. 1998; 792(2):327-30. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9593974

42. Rossi GC, Mathis JP, Pasternak GW. Analgesic activity of orphanin FQ2, murine prepro-orphanin FQ141-157 in mice. Neuroreport. 1998; 9(6):1165-8. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9601687

43. Mathis JP, Goldberg IE, Rossi GC, Leventhal L, Pasternak GW. Antinociceptive analogs of orphanin FQ/nociceptin(1-11). Life sciences. 1998; 63(11):PL 161-6. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9747901

44. Leventhal L, Stevens LB, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Antisense mapping of  the MOR-1 opioid receptor clone: modulation of hyperphagia induced by DAMGO. The  Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics. 1997; 282(3):1402-7. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9316853

45. Rossi GC, Leventhal L, Bolan E, Pasternak GW. Pharmacological characterization of orphanin FQ/nociceptin and its fragments. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics. 1997; 282(2):858-65. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9262352

46. Brown GP, Yang K, King MA, Rossi GC, Leventhal L, Chang A, Pasternak GW. 3-Methoxynaltrexone, a selective heroin/morphine-6beta-glucuronide antagonist. FEBS letters. 1997; 412(1):35-8. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9257684

47. Rossi GC, Su W, Leventhal L, Su H, Pasternak GW. Antisense mapping DOR-1 in mice: further support for delta receptor subtypes. Brain research. 1997; 753(1):176-9.  PubMed [journal] PMID: 9125445

48. Rossi GC, Leventhal L, Pan YX, Cole J, Su W, Bodnar RJ, Pasternak GW. Antisense mapping of MOR-1 in rats: distinguishing between morphine and morphine-6beta-glucuronide antinociception. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics. 1997; 281(1):109-14. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9103486

49. King MA, Rossi GC, Chang AH, Williams L, Pasternak GW. Spinal analgesic activity  of orphanin FQ/nociceptin and its fragments. Neuroscience letters. 1997; 223(2):113-6. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9089686

50. Rossi GC, Brown GP, Leventhal L, Yang K, Pasternak GW. Novel receptor mechanisms  for heroin and morphine-6 beta-glucuronide analgesia. Neuroscience letters. 1996; 216(1):1-4. PubMed [journal] PMID: 8892377

51. Rossi GC, Leventhal L, Pasternak GW. Naloxone sensitive orphanin FQ-induced analgesia in mice. European journal of pharmacology. 1996; 311(2-3):R7-8. PubMed  [journal] PMID: 8891615

52. Standifer KM, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW. Differential blockade of opioid analgesia by antisense oligodeoxynucleotides directed against various G protein alpha subunits. Molecular pharmacology. 1996; 50(2):293-8. PubMed [journal] PMID: 8700136

53. Leventhal L, Cole JL, Rossi GC, Pan YX, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Antisense oligodeoxynucleotides against the MOR-1 clone alter weight and ingestive responses in rats. Brain research. 1996; 719(1-2):78-84. PubMed [journal] PMID: 8782866

54. Brooks AI, Standifer KM, Rossi GC, Mathis JP, Pasternak GW. Characterizing kappa3 opioid receptors with a selective monoclonal antibody. Synapse (New York, N.Y.).  1996; 22(3):247-52. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9132993

55. Rossi GC, Standifer KM, Pasternak GW. Differential blockade of morphine and morphine-6 beta-glucuronide analgesia by antisense oligodeoxynucleotides directed against MOR-1 and G-protein alpha subunits in rats. Neuroscience letters. 1995; 198(2):99-102. PubMed [journal] PMID: 8592651

56. Rossi GC, Pan YX, Brown GP, Pasternak GW. Antisense mapping the MOR-1 opioid receptor: evidence for alternative splicing and a novel morphine-6 beta-glucuronide receptor. FEBS letters. 1995; 369(2-3):192-6. PubMed [journal] PMID: 7649256

57. Pan YX, Cheng J, Xu J, Rossi G, Jacobson E, Ryan-Moro J, Brooks AI, Dean GE, Standifer KM, Pasternak GW. Cloning and functional characterization through antisense mapping of a kappa 3-related opioid receptor. Molecular pharmacology. 1995; 47(6):1180-8. PubMed [journal] PMID: 7603458

58. Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Mu and delta opioid synergy between the periaqueductal gray and the rostro-ventral medulla. Brain research. 1994; 665(1):85-93. PubMed [journal] PMID: 7882023

59. Rossi G, Pan YX, Cheng J, Pasternak GW. Blockade of morphine analgesia by an antisense oligodeoxynucleotide against the mu receptor. Life sciences. 1994; 54(21):PL375-9. PubMed [journal] PMID: 8196473

60. Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Synergistic brainstem interactions for morphine analgesia. Brain research. 1993; 624(1-2):171-80. PubMed [journal] PMID: 8252389

61. Kiefel JM, Rossi GC, Bodnar RJ. Medullary mu and delta opioid receptors modulate  mesencephalic morphine analgesia in rats. Brain research. 1993; 624(1-2):151-61.  PubMed [journal] PMID: 8252387

62. Barr GA, Rossi G. Conditioned place preference from ventral tegmental injection of morphine in neonatal rats. Brain research. Developmental brain research. 1992; 66(1):133-6. PubMed [journal] PMID: 1600627

Affiliation

  • Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Public Relations

ABBY DRESS

Director, Public Relations Degree Program; Associate Professor of Media ArtsB.A., Hofstra University; M.B.A., Dowling College

Specialties:

Public Relations, Corporate Social Responsibility, Environment & Sustainable Development, Education, Technology and Education

Publications:

Author, “Why Study Public Relations and Social Media?” in Public Relations and Social Media for the Curious. (2015)

Co-designer, “Grounds for Knowledge: A Guide to Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory’s Landscapes & Building” (2008)

  • Co-author, “Igniting Steel: Korea’s POSCO Lights The Way” Korean (1993)
  • Co-author, “Igniting Steel: Korea’s POSCO Lights The Way” English (1992)
  • Co-author, “Dowling College: A Collection of Personal Remembrances 1955–1989” (1990)
  • Author, “The Communicated Stereotype: From Celebrity Vilification to Everyday Talk,” review published in the Media Ecology Journal. (in process 2016)
  • Author,”Newsphere: Understanding the New Media,” review published in the Media Ecology Journal. (2012)
  • Author, “Fast Media, Media Fast,” review published in the Media Ecology’s Marshall McLuhan Centennial Edition
  • Author, “Digital Images for the Information Professional,” review published in The Journal of the Information Society
  • Author, “Beyond Technology: Children’s Learning in the Age of Digital Culture,” review published in The Journal of the Information Society
  • Author, “Made to Break: Technology and Obsolescence in America,” review published in The Journal of the Information Society
  • Author, “1988 Fires in Yellowstone,” published in The Science Teacher
  • Author, “Hot Spot at Yellowstone,” Science Scope, A National Science Teacher Publication
  • Author, “Lab on a Chip: Platform in Development,” published in Advance for the Laboratory
  • Author, “Refitting the Bionic Lugie,” published in Medical Equipment Designer
  • Author, “Running Out of Time: An Analysis of Shutting Down New York Newsday by Times Mirror,” published in Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly
  • Author, “The Changed Media Landscape: Privatization in the Czech Republic,” published in Ventures in Research
  • Co-author, “The Global Challenge to America’s Engineering and Innovation Position” published in Gear Technology
  • Co-author, “Enterprise Excellence: Are We There Yet?” published in Gear Technology
  • Co-author, “Optimization through Customization,” published in Gear Technology
  • Co-author, “Determining the Knowledge Base Uncovers a Company’s Core Competencies,” published in Gear Technology
  • Author, “The 99s: 75 years of high-flying women,” published in Networking Magazine
  • Author, articles in Workboat Magazine, VIA Port of New York-Jersey and the Asian Wall Street Journal Weekly

Work Cited:

  • Design selected for inclusion in “American Graphic Design and Advertising Annual 25” (2009)
  • Designs selected for inclusion in “The Big Book of Green Design,”(2009)
  • Campaign noted in “Turnkey Program Yields Results,” published in “Publicity for nonprofits: generating media exposure that leads to awareness, growth, and contributions” (2006)
  • Designs selected for inclusion in “The 2003 Design Annual, American Graphic Design Awards” (2003)
  • Recognized in a cover story of Healthcare Marketing Report (1999)

Work Cited:

  • Design selected for inclusion in “American Graphic Design and Advertising Annual 25” (2009)
  • Designs selected for inclusion in “The Big Book of Green Design,”(2009)
  • Campaign noted in “Turnkey Program Yields Results,” published in “Publicity for nonprofits: generating media exposure that leads to awareness, growth, and contributions” (2006)
  • Designs selected for inclusion in “The 2003 Design Annual, American Graphic Design Awards” (2003)
  • Recognized in a cover story of Healthcare Marketing Report (1999)

Films

  • Co-producer, “Wings of Their Own,” a documentary about women pilots of the 20th century, accepted into the 2005 New York International Film and Video Festival, premiered at the Cradle of Aviation Museum, Garden City, N.Y. (November 29, 2004), and previewed at the Cinema Arts Centre, Huntington, N.Y. (July 26, 2004)

Films:

  • Co-producer, “Wings of Their Own,” a documentary about women pilots of the 20th century, accepted into the 2005 New York International Film and Video Festival, premiered at the Cradle of Aviation Museum, Garden City, N.Y. (November 29, 2004), and previewed at the Cinema Arts Centre, Huntington, N.Y. (July 26, 2004)

Honors/Awards:

  • Recipient, Hermes Creative Award (International): Gold for Book Publication, the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (2009)
  • Recipient, Hermes Creative Award (International): Honorable Mention for Nonprofit Poster, the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (2009)
  • Recipient, Communicator’s Award (International): Silver Award of Distinction for Book Publication, the International Academy of the Visual Arts (2009)
  • Recipient, National Clarion Award, the Association of Women in Communication (2006)
  • Recipient, Communicator’s 13th Annual Silver Award of Distinction for a Corporate Identity Program Award (2006)
  • Recipient, Grant Award, The Association of Hispanic Arts
  • Work selected for inclusion in the 2005 New York International Film and Video Festival Recipient, Best on Long Island 30 Bronze Award for a Self-Mailer (2003)
  • Recipient, Award of Distinction, Biomedical Marketing Association (2000)
  • Cited in N.Y. Hospital and Health News as one of three major health care marketing/communications experts in New York (1998)
  • Recipient, Teaching and Learning Grant for the Collaborative Multimedia Project, C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University
  • Recipient, Distinguished Service Award, Croix de Guerre, The Huntington Arts Council (1993)
  • Member, National Business Honor Society, Delta Mu Delta (1990-Present)
  • Recipient, Citicorp “Success” Award

Affiliation

  • Nominated National Member, American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA)
  • Former Board Member and Vice President, The Huntington Arts Council (HAC)
  • Member, Media Ecology Association (MEA)
  • Member and Former Board Member (NAWBO/LI) National Association of Woman Business Owners
  • Member, New York Communication Association
  • Member, Public Relations Professionals of Long Island (PRPLI)
  • Accredited Public Relations Professional, Public Relations Society of America (PRSA)
  • Member, Women in Communications (National and New York)
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Social Work

PAMELA BRODLIEB

Director of Field Education, Social Work Department; Adjunct Associate Professor of Social WorkB.A., M.S., The University at Albany, SUNY; M.S.W., Adelphi University

Specialties:

Experiential learning, supervision, social group work,  domestic violence, social work administration, program development.

Honors/Awards:

Recipient, National Association of Social Workers New York State Chapter-Nassau Division-Special Recognition Award

Honorary Member, Phi Alpha-National Social Work Honor Society

Citation from Nassau County Executive Suozzi for “distinguished record of excellence in the field of social work and a selfless commitment to the community.”

Professional Affiliations

Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

Seminar in Field Instruction (SIFI)

Board member, New York State Social Work Education Association

Member, Council on Social Work Education (CSWE)

Member, National Association of Social Workers (NASW)

Member, International Association of Social Work with Groups (IASWG) –Nassau Steering Committee member

Chair, Family&Children’s Services committee of the Advisory Council to the Nassau County Department of Social Services

Member, Executive committee of the Advisory Council to the Nassau County Department of Social Services

VISALAM CHANDRASEKARAN, MD

Professor of Biomedical SciencesM.B.B.S., Stanley Medical College, Chennai, India

Specialties:

Anatomic and Clinical Pathology

Transfusion Medicine

Publications:

Author: Fablana Ostronoff et al, Visalam Chandrasekaran
Title:   Immune hemolysis after fludarabine based reduced intensity conditioning and allogenic PBSC transplantation for CML with minor ABO incompatibility
Source: Ann. Hematol- May 2011: 21559812

Authors: Dong, L., Chandrasekaran, V., Zhou, W., Tsai, H.-M.
Title:  Evolution of ADAMTS13 antibodies in a fatal case of thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura
Source:   American Journal of Hematology 2008; 83:815-7

Authors: Pu, J., Chandrasekaran, V.
Title: Donor Phlebotomy: A Key Element of Blood Collection
Source:    ASCP- LabQ- 2008; http://www.ascp.org/ASCPStore/Store/eLearning/LaboratoryProfessionals/LQDPB0801_1.aspx

Authors:    Yang, X., Ahmed, S., Visalam Chandrasekaran, V.
Title: Transfusion related acute lung injury resulting from designated blood transfusion between mother and child:  A report of 2 cases
Source:   American Journal of Clinical Pathology 2004; 121:590-2

Authors:    Arndt, P.A.; Garratty, G.; Hill, J.; Kasper, M; Chandrasekaran, V.
Title: Two cases of Immune Hemolytic Anemia Associated with Anti-Pipercillin detected by the "Immune Complex" method
Source:   Vox Sanguinis 2002; 83:273-278

Authors:  Aygun, B., Padmanabhan, S., Paley, C., Chandrasekaran, V.
Title: Clinical Significance of Red Cell Allo- and Autoantibodies in Transfused Sickle Cell Patients
Source:   Transfusion 2002; 36:37-43

Authors:  Levy, G., Nichols, W., Lian, E., Foroud, T., McGlintick, J., McGee, B., Young, A.,
Siemieniak, D., Stark, K., Gruppo, R., Sarode, R., Shurin, S., Chandrasekaran, V., Stabler, S.,
Sabio, H., Bouhassira, E., Upshaw, Jr., J., Ginsburg, D., Tsai, H.
Title: Mutations in a Member of the ADAMTS Gene Family Cause Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura
Source:   Nature 2001; 413:488-94

Authors:  Ramanan, A.S., Thirumala, S., Chandrasekaran, V.
Title: Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura – A Single Institution Experience
Source:   Journal of Clinical Apheresis 1999; 14:9-13

Authors:  Reid, M.E., Chandrasekaran, V., Bullock R.
Title:  Disappearance of Antibodies to Cromer Blood Group Systems Antigens During Mid-Pregnancy – Case Report
Source:   Vox Sang 1996; 71:48-50
(Also presented in AABB National Meeting – Nov. 1995)

Authors: Hilton, E., Chandrasekaran, V., Rindos, P., Isenberg, H.
Title:  Association of Recurrent Candidal Vaginitis with Inheritance of Lewis Blood Group Antigens
Source:   Journal of Infectious Diseases 1995; 172:1616-9

Authors:  Ney, G.C., Loughlin, J, Rai, K., Chandrasekaran, V.
Title:  Thrombocytopenia in association with adjunctive Felbamate use
Source:   Neurology 1994; 44:980-1

Authors:  Milmore, J.E., Chandrasekaran, V., Weisburger, J.H.
Title: Effects of hypothyroidism on development of nitrosomethylurea – induced tumors of the mammary gland, thyroid gland and other tissues.
Source:   Proc Soc Exp Biol. Med 1982; 169:487-93
    
Authors:  Williams, G.M., Chandrasekaran, V., Katayama, S., and Weisburger, J.H.
Title: Carcinogenicity of 3-methyl-2-naphthylamine and 3,2 dimethyl-4-aminobiphenyl to the bladder and gastrointestinal tract of the Syrian golden hamster with atypical proliferative enteritis.
Source:   Journal National Cancer Institute, 1981; 67:481-8

Authors:   Fiala, E.S., Weisburger, J.H., Katayama, S., Chandrasekaran, V. and Williams, G.M.
Title: The effect of disulfiram on the carcinogenicity of 3,2 dimethyl-4-Aminobiphenyl in Syrian golden hamsters and rats.
Source:  Carcinogenesis 1981; 2: 965-9

Exhibits:

Author: Chandrasekaran, V.
Title: Designing evaluation form as a tool for competency assessment
Source: Presented as a poster at annual ACGME Educational meeting, Texas, Feb 2008

Author: Chandrasekaran, V.
Title: Core competency assessment of physician trainees in transfusion medicine fellowship
Source: Presented as poster at AABB national meeting, Baltimore, Oct 2010

Author: Chandrasekaran, Visalam
Title: Free education in Transfusion medicine - A long term investment for better patient care.
Source: Presented as a poster at AABB national meeting, Boston, Oct 2012.

Professional Affiliations

Certified by American Board of Pathology in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology and subspecialty in Transfusion medicine.

CQ holder to be a Clinical Lab Director in NY State

Registered and licensed to practice medicine in NY State.

Fellow of College of American Pathologists (FCAP) - 1992 to present.

Member of American Society of Hematologists (ASH) - 2007 to present.

Member of AABB- 1985 to present.

Member of American Society of Apheresis (ASFA) - 1992 - 2011

Member of American Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) – 2011 to present.

Institutional Review Board member at NYBC - 2006 to March 2011.

ELISSA D. GIFFORDS

Professor of Social WorkA.A., Nassau Community College; B.A., Hofstra University; M.S.W., D.S.W., Adelphi University

Specialties:

Administration/Nonprofit management

Social Policy

Community practice

Publications:

Co-author, (2012) Understanding The Concerns And Needs Of Immigrant Youth In Nassau County, New York. Families in Society

Co-author, (2011) Expanding Awareness: Issues in the Development of an Ethics Scale for the Social Work Profession. Journal of Social Work Education.

Co-author, (2010) A Model for Change: Legislative Advocacy to Improving Access for the Uninsured and Underinsured in New York State', Journal of Community Practice, 18: 1, 5-18.

Author, (2009). The Internet and Social Work: Where are we now? Families in Society. 90(4) 413-418.

Author, (2009). An Examination of Social Workers’ Organizational Commitment and Professional Commitment. Journal of Social Work. 9(4) 386-404.

Co-author, (2007). A Transitional Living Program for Homeless Adolescents: A Case Study. Child and Youth Care Forum. 36(4). 141-151.

Co-author, (2005). Practical Strategies for Independent Living. The Journal of Gerontological Social Work. 43(1). 3-16.

Co-author, (2005). Increasing Access to Health Care: An Examination of Hospital Community Benefits and Free Care Programs. Health & Social Work. 30(3).  183-191.

Co-author, (2004). Strategic Planning in Nonprofit Organizations: Continuous Quality Performance Improvement – A Case Study International Journal of Organization Theory & Behavior. 7(1). 66-80.

Author, (2003). A Study of Employee Commitment in Public, Not-for-profit and Proprietary Social Service Organizations.  Social Work in Administration. 27(3) 5-23.

Author, (2003). Strategies for Understanding and Managing Systemic Lupus and other Chronic Illnesses. Social Work in Health Care (37)4. 57-72.

Author, (2003) Changing Organizational Cultures: The Challenge in Forging Successful Mergers. Social Work in Administration 27(1). 69-81.

Author,  (2003) Bringing Technology to School: An Online Guide for the School Social Worker. Journal of Technology in Human Services. 21(1/2). 57-83

Author, (2000). A Study of Employee Commitment in Public, Not-for-profit and Proprietary Social Service Organizations. Unpublished. Dissertation Abstracts.

Author, (1998). Social Work on the Internet: An Introduction.  Social Work 43(2). 243-251

Books

Co-Editor. (2014) New Perspectives on Poverty: Policies, Programs and Practice. Lyceum Books Inc. Chicago, IL.

Instructional Guide

Co-Author, (2007). Challenging the Myths and Stereotypes about the Poor. Uniondale, New York: Nassau County Commissioner’s Advisory Council.

Book Chapters

Author. (2014). What is poverty? In E.D. Giffords & K.R. Garber (eds.) New Perspectives on Poverty: Policies, Programs and Practice. Lyceum Books Inc. Chicago, IL.

Author. (2014). Contemporary Responses to Poverty.  In E.D. Giffords & K.R. Garber (eds.) New Perspectives on Poverty: Policies, Programs and Practice. Lyceum Books Inc. Chicago, IL.

Author. (2014). Poverty: What you can do about it. In E.D. Giffords & K.R. Garber (eds.) New Perspectives on Poverty: Policies, Programs and Practice. Lyceum Books Inc. Chicago, IL.

Co-Author, (2009). Case Vignettes and Ethical Choices. In E. P. Congress, P. N. Black & K. Strom-Gottfried (eds). Teaching in Social Work Values & Ethics: A Curriculum Resource, 2nd Ed.) pp. 123-128. CSWE Press. Washington DC.

Co-Author, (2002) Sexuality counseling for persons with physical disabilities. In E. Weinstein & E. Rosen, Critical Issues in Sexuality: Implications for Psychotherapy. (pp. 187-210). Boston: American Press.

Author, (2003) Bringing Technology to School: An Online Guide for the School Social Worker. In B. A. Pahwa (Ed.) Technology-Assisted Delivery of School Based Mental Health Services. (pp. 57-83). New York: Hayworth Press. (Co-published simultaneously as Journal of Technology in Human Services 2(1/2).

Honors/Awards:

Recipient, The David Newton Awards for Excellence in Teaching, LIU, 2013

Recipient, Recognition and Appreciation from the Master Social Work LIU Post Graduate Student Association and Class of 2010

Recipient, Advisor of the Year Award: LIU Post, Division of Student Affairs, 2009

Recipient, Outstanding Teaching Award: LIU Post, College of Management, 2008

Recipient, Social Worker of the Year: National Association of Social Workers, New York State, 2008

Recipient, Office of the Nassau County Executive Citation from Thomas R. Suoizzi, 2008 [in recognition of Social Worker of the Year, NYS]

Recipient, Appreciation of Service to the NASWNYS, Nassau Division, 2005

Recipient, Certificate of Appreciation from LIU Post Students & Staff in recognition of being an Exemplary Model for Today’s Women, 2005.

Recipient, Social Worker of the Year: National Association of Social Workers, NYS-Nassau Division, 2004

Recipient, Office of the Nassau County Executive Citation from Thomas R. Suoizzi, 2004 [for Social Worker Of The Year]

Recipient, Citation from Presiding Officer Nassau County Legislature, Judith Jacobs, 2004 [for Social Worker Of The Year]

Recipient, Citation from Nassau County Legislator, Kevan Abrahams, 2004 [for Social Worker Of The Year]

Recipient, Office of the Nassau County Executive Citation from Thomas R. Suoizzi, 2004 [for my role in coordinating a cultural competence conference]

Recipient, Outstanding Research Award: LIU Post, College of Management, 2004

Recipient, Honorable Mention, National League of American Pen Woman, 2000.

Recipient, Certificate of Appreciation: Outstanding Service in Advancing ROTACARE to Provide Free Healthcare for People in Need, Rotary Club, 1993.

Professional Affiliations

Council of Social Work Education

National Association of Social Workers

Fellow, New York Academy of Medicine

Therapy Dogs Inc.

AZAD GUCWA, PHD, MT(ASCP)

Assistant Professor of Biomedical SciencesB.S., Stony Brook University; Ph.D., Stony Brook University

Specialties:

Cell biology, cytogenetics and clinical chemistry.

Publications:

Author, Gucwa AL, Brown DA. UIM Domain-Dependent Recruitment of the Endocytic Adaptor Protein Eps15 to Ubiquitin enriched Endosomes.  In review.

Co-author, Prieto-Echagüe VP, Gucwa A, Brown DA, Miller WT.  Regulation of Ack1 Localization by the Amino-terminal SAM domain.  BMC Biochem.  (2010) 11:42. 

Co-author, Prieto-Echagüe VP, Gucwa A, Craddock BP, Brown DA, Miller WT.  Cancer-associated Mutations Activate the Nonreceptor Tyrosine Kinase Ack1.  J Biol Chem. (2010). 285:10605-10615.

Peer Reviewed Papers

Prieto-Echagüe VP, Gucwa A, Brown DA, Miller WT.  Regulation of Ack1 Localization by the Amino-terminal SAM domain.  BMC Biochem.  2010 Oct 27. 

Prieto-Echagüe VP, Gucwa A, Craddock BP, Brown DA, Miller WT.  Cancer-associated Mutations Activate the Nonreceptor Tyrosine Kinase Ack1.  J Biol Chem. 2010 Jan 28.

Works in Review

Gucwa AL, Brown DA. UIM Domain-Dependent Recruitment of the Endocytic Adaptor Protein Eps15 to Ubiquitin enriched Endosomes.

Professional Affiliations

Certified Medical Technologist (MT), American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP)

Member, American Society for Clinical Laboratory Scientists (ASCLS)

Member, American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB)

ILENE NATHANSON

Chair, Department of Social Work ; Director, Social Work Program, Center on Aging Professor of Social Work; Professor of Social Work

Specialties:

Gerontology, Clinical Social Work Practice; Professional Ethics; Role theory and Interdisciplinary Practice

Publications:

  • Co-author, “Elder Practice: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Working With Older Adults in the Community”
  • Author, “Gerontological Social Work: Theory into Practice”
  • Principal Author,“The Development of an Ethics Scale for the Social Work Profession”
TZIPI WEISS

Director, Social Work Baccalaureate Program; Assistant Professor of Social WorkB.A., Tel Aviv University; M.A., Columbia University; M.S.W., D.S.W., Adelphi University

Specialties:

Gerontology, Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS)

Sociology

JENNIFER BROWN

Associate Professor of SociologyB.A., University of California at Irvine; M.A., Ph.D., University of California at Santa Barbara

Specialties:

Gender, Race, Globalization, Environmental Sociology, Technology and Society, Latin America

Publications:

  • Co-author, “Food Security: From the Green Revolution to Nanotechnology,” published in
  • Can Technologies Make a Difference in Development? (2012).
  • Co-author, “ Constraints on Benefit of New Technologies for the World’s Poor: A View from the North on Fairness,” published in Can Technologies Make a Difference in Development? (2012).
  • Author, “Maíz y País: Indigenous Mexican Struggles against Biotechnology in Agriculture,” published in Cultural Politics in the 21st Century: Global Resistance and Community based Social Movements in the Americas. (2011).
  • Co-author, “Debating Nanoethics: US Public Perceptions of Nanotech Applications for
  • Energy and Environment,” published in Debating Science: Deliberation, Values, and the Common Good. (2011).
  • Co-author, “ From Biotech to Nanotech: Public Debates about Technological Modification of Food,” published in Environment & Society. (2011).
  • Co-author, “Exploring ambivalence: Techno-enthusiasm and skepticism in US nanotech deliberations,” published in Quantum Engagements: Social Reflections of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies. (2011).

Affiliations

  • Member, American Sociological Association
  • Member, Eastern Sociological Association
  • Member, Sociologists for Women in Society
ERIC LICHTEN

Chair, Department of Sociology and Anthropology; Professor of SociologyB.A., Queens College; M.Phil., Ph.D., The Graduate Center, CUNY

Specialties:

Economic Sociology and Social Class in America; Fiscal Crises and Public Policy; Hate, Bias and Prejudice in America (including Hate Crimes); Inequality in America; Social Problems of American Society; Political Sociology (Politics and Society) and Public Policy; War and Peace Issues (including Military Sociology)

Affiliation

  • Member, Nassau County Anti-Bias Task Force

Special Education

KATHLEEN M. FEELEY

Associate Professor of EducationB.A., M.S., St. John’s University; Ph.D., University of Minnesota

Specialties:

Autism Education, Down Syndrome, Inclusive Education

Affiliation

  • Director, Center for Community Inclusion

Speech

DIANNE SLAVIN

Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders Department; Associate Professor of EducationB.S., Boston University; M.A., Ph.D., New York University

Specialties:

Disorders of Fluency, Post-Stroke Rehabilitation, Stuttering, Voice and Adult Language

Sports Psychology/Philosophy

ARTHUR LOTHSTEIN

Director of the Institute for Peace and Social Justice; Professor of PhilosophyB.A., Queens College, CUNY; M.A., Ph.D., New York University

Specialties:

History of Ideas, Classical and Contemporary American Philosophy, Aesthetics and the Philosophy of Beauty, Philosophy of Literature, Environmental Philosophy, Dreams and the Unconscious, Philosophy of Love and Sex, Philosophy of Religion

Publications:

  • Author, “Loaded with Life: An Essay on Emersonian Pedagogy” (in progress)
  • Co-editor, “New Morning: Emerson in the Twenty-First Century (2008)
  • Editor, “All We Are Saying…”: The Philosophy of the New Left (1971)
  • Author, "Teaching for Lustres: An Essay on the Emersonian Teacher," published in New Morning
  • Author, No Eros, No Buds: Teaching as Nectaring, published in “Experience as Philosophy: On the Work of John J. McDermott (2006)
  • Author, “Martin Buber and John Dewey," published in “To Be is to Be Relational: Martin Buber and the Human Sciences” (1996)
  • Author, “The Pathology of Inwardness: John Dewey's Critique of the Inner Life," published in “John Dewey: Critical Assessments” (1993)
  • Author, "Salving from the Dross: John Dewey’s Anarcho-Communalism," published in The Philosophical Forum (1971)

Recordings:

"Kerouac's Child," originally on album by Silent Bear (Mapleshade Records)
Two-CD collection of songs with Silent Bear (in progress)

Honors/Awards:

Member, Phi Beta Kappa
Recipient, C.W. Post Poetry Prize (2000 and 1977)
Recipient, David Newton Award for Teaching Excellence (1990)
Recipient, New York University Outstanding Adjunct Teacher Award (1993)
Thesis listed as one of "Ten Essential Works on John Dewey"in "Classical American Philosophy"(1987)
Recipient, Dewey Prize (1977)

Professional Affiliations

Member, Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy
Member, William James Society
Member, Ralph Waldo Emerson Society
Member, John Dewey Society
Member, Merleau-Ponty Circle
Former Board Member, Sea Cliff Chamber Players

Suicide (Adolecscents)

JILL H. RATHUS

Professor of PsychologyB.A., Cornell University; M.A., Ph.D., Stony Brook University

Specialties:

Anxiety Disorders, Borderline Personality Disorder, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Couple Distress and Couples Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Intimate Partner Violence, Mental Therapy, Spousal Abuse, Suicidal and Self Injurious Adolescents (Treatment, Features, Causes),

Publications:

  • Co-author, “Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Suicidal Adolescents”
  • Co-author, “Assessment of Partner Violence”
  • Co-author, “Marital Distress: Cognitive Behavioral Interventions for Couples”
  • Rathus, J.H., Wagner, D., & Miller, A.L. Self-report assessment of emotion dysregulation, impulsivity, interpersonal chaos, and confusion about self: Development and psychometric eval. of the Life Problems Inventory. (Manuscript in preparation).
  • Miller, A.L., Rathus, J.H., & DeBose (in press). Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Adolescents: Adapting treatment across settings. In K. Keorner and L. DiMeff (Eds.) Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Applications Across New Modes and Settings. Guilford Press.
  • Rathus, J.H., Meyer, S.L., & O’Leary. (Under revision). Attachment, proximity control, and wife abuse. Journal of Family Violence.
  • Rathus, J.H. (2006). Dialectical behavior therapy for anger-related disorders. In E. Feindler (Ed.) Anger-Related Disorders: A practitioner’s guide to comparative treatments (pp. 139-164). NY: Springer Publishing.
  • Rathus, J.H., Cavuoto, N., & Passarelli, V. (2006) DBT: A mindfulness-based treatment for intimate partner violence. In R. Baer (Ed.) Mindfulness-based Treatment Approaches: Clinician’s Guide to Evidence Base and Applications (pp. 333-358). Boston: Academic Press.
  • Wagner, E., Rathus, J.H., & Miller, A.L. (2006). Mindfulness in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) for adolescents. In R. Baer (Ed.) Mindfulness-based Treatment Approaches Clinician’s Guide to Evidence Base and Applications (pp. 167-189). Boston: Academic Press.
  • Miller, A.L., Wagner, E., & Rathus, J.H. (2004). Dialectical behavior therapy for suicidal adolescents: An overview. In H. Steiner & C. Remy (Eds.) Handbook of Mental Health Interventions in Children and Adolescents (pp.659-684). Jossey-Bass.
  • Rathus, J.H., & Miller, A.L. (2002). Dialectical behavior therapy adapted for suicidal adolescents. Suicide & Life Threatening Behavior, 32,146-157.

Sustainable Development

SCOTT A. CARLIN

Associate Professor of GeographyB.A., Brandeis University; Ph.D., Clark University

Specialties:

Community Mapping, Environmental Interest Groups, Measuring Quality of Life, Sustainable Development

Publications:

  • Co-author, “Ecology Worldview,” published in the International Handbook of Emotional Healing: Rituals and Practices for Resilience After Mass Trauma
  • Author, “Gratitude and Climate Change,” published in the Long Island Press
  • Author, “From Eco to Ego: A New Worldview,” published in the Report of the Editorial Working Group of Climatecaucus.net
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Taxation (see Accounting)

ILENE LEOPOLD PERSOFF

Associate Professor of AccountingB.A., Brandeis University; M.S., Long Island University; C.P.A.

Specialties:

Accounting, Taxation for Divorce

Technology

MICHAEL BYRNE

Associate Professor of Education, Library and Information Science;B.A., University of Notre Dame; M.A., Ph.D., Michigan State University

Specialties:

Multimedia, Smart Technology

Teenagers

PAUL J. CIBOROWSKI

Associate Professor of EducationB.A., University of Dayton; M.A., New York University; Ph.D., Fordham University

Specialties:

Child Studies, Children, Delinquency, Dropouts and Drugs, Effects of Divorce, Gangs, Gang Formation and Prevention, Marriage and Family Issues, Single Parents and their Youth Issues, Youth At-Risk Factors, Youth Violence and Bullying

Publications:

  • Author, “Survival Skills for Single Parents”
  • Author, “The Changing Family”
  • Author, “Single Mothers by Choice”

Terrorism

HARVEY KUSHNER

Chair, Criminal Justice Department; Professor of Criminal JusticeB.A., Queens College ; M.A., Ph.D., New York University

Specialties:

Conservative Thought, Terrorism

Publications:

  • Author, “Holy War on the Home Front: The Secret Islamic Terror Network in the United States”
  • Author, “Encyclopedia of Terrorism”

Theatre

VALERIE CLAYMAN-PYE

Assistant Professor of TheatreM.F.A. in Acting, Brooklyn College; M.F.A. in Staging Shakespeare, Ph.D. in Performance Practice, University of Exeter

THOMAS FAHY

Director, American Studies Program; Graduate Adviser, English Department; Associate Professor of EnglishB.A., University of California at Davis; M.A., Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Specialties:

American Literature, American Studies, 20th-century American Theatre, Cultural Studies, Disability Studies, Classical Music, Film and Television, Fiction, Young Adult Fiction

Publications:

  • Author, “Staging Modern American Life: Popular Culture in the Experimental Theatre of Millay, Cummings, and Dos Passos” (2011)
  • Author, “Freak Shows and the Modern American Imagination: Constructing the Damaged Body from Willa Cather to Truman Capote” (2006)
  • Author, “Gabriel García Márquez’s Love in the Time of Cholera: A Reader’s Guide” (2003)
  • Author, “Night Visions: A Novel of Suspense” (2004)
  • Author, “Sleepless: A Novel” (2009)
  • Author, “The Unspoken: A Novel” (2008)
    Editor, "Alan Ball: Conversations" (2013)
  • Editor, “The Philosophy of Horror” (2010)
  • Editor, “Considering David Chase: Essays on The Rockford Files, Northern Exposure, and The Sopranos” (2007)
  • Editor, “Considering Alan Ball: Essays on Death, Sexuality, and the American Dream” (2006)
  • Editor, “Considering Aaron Sorkin: Essays on the Politics, Poetics, and Sleight of Hand in the Films and Television Series” (2005)
  • Co-editor, “Peering Behind the Curtain: Disability, Illness, and the Extraordinary Body in Contemporary Theater” (2002)
  • Co-editor, “Captive Audience: Prison and Captivity in Contemporary Theater” (2003)
  • Assistant Editor, “A Modern Mosaic: Art and Modernism in the United States” (2000)
  • Author, articles in numerous journals, including Modern Drama, Mississippi Quarterly, The Journal of the Midwest Modern Language Association, Spring, The Journal of Popular Culture, The Journal of American Culture, Women's Studies, Prospects: An Annual of American Cultural Studies, Style, Mosaic, and Shofar

Honors/Awards:

  • Recipient, American Library Association Award for Reluctant Young Readers for his novel “Sleepless” (2009)
  • Recipient, American Library Association Award for Reluctant Young Readers for his novel “The Unspoken” (2008)

Affiliations

  • Member, Phi Beta Kappa
  • Member, American Studies Association
  • Member, Modern Language Association
  • Member, Society for Cinema Studies
  • Member, Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators
  • Editorial Board Member, Confrontation Magazine
  • Reader, Style (Northern Illinois University)
  • Reader, MELUS (Journal for the Society for Multi-Ethnic Literature in the U.S.)
  • Reader, Studies in the Novel (University of North Texas)

Trauma and Loss

THOMAS P. DEMARIA

Director, Psychological Services Center; Faculty Advisor, Trauma Response Team; Adjunct Professor, LIU Post Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program

Specialties:

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder; Grief & Loss; Memorials & Commemoration; Behavioral Medicine; Cross-Cultural Psychology; Religion; Disaster Psychology

Publications:


  • Coauthor, (2016). Supporting the Grieving Child and Family. Pediatrics. 138(3).
  • Coauthor, (2015). Grief Across Cultures: Awareness for Schools. NASN School Nurse, 350-352.  
  • Coauthor, (2015). Providing Psychosocial Support to Children and Families in the Aftermath of Disasters and Crises. Pediatrics, 136(4).
  • First author, (2014). Do it now: Short-term responses to traumatic events. Phi Delta Kappan,  (4): 13-17.
  • Coauthor,  (May-June 2009). Reported Physician Skills in the Management of Children's Mental Health Problems Following an Educational Intervention, Academic Pediatrics, 9, (3) 164-171.
  • First author, (2009). Innovative Counseling Approaches with Children and Youth. In A. Gari and K. Mylonas (Eds.) Q.E.D. From Herodotus' Ethnographic Journeys to Cross-Cultural Research. (pp. 404 – 411). Athens: Atrapos Editions
  • First author. (2006). Medical Screenings as a Trigger for PTSD in Public Safety Worker. Annals New York Academy of Sciences, 1071, 478-480.
  • First author, (2006). Bio-Psycho-Social Assessment of -9/11 Bereaved Children, Annals New York Academy of Sciences, 1071, 481-483.
  • Coauthor, (2005). A Community World Trade Center Trauma and Bereavement Counseling Program. In Y. Danelli (Ed.) On the Ground After September 11: Mental Health Responses and Practical Knowledge Gained. (pp. 353-361). Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press, Inc.
  • First author, (2004). Treatment of the Incest Family, In E. Rosen and S. Weinstein (Eds.).Sexuality Counseling: Issues & Implications (pp. 339-381). American Press

Honors/Awards:

  • Founding Member Committee: Coalition to Support Grieving Students (2013 – 2016)
  • Expert Testimony, Sandy Hook Commission (2013-2014)
  • U.S. Senate Briefing on Briefing on school tragedies, violence, and the mental health sponsored by NASP (2013)
  • Distinguished Mentor Award:  International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (2013)
  • Long Island University Post Gold Heart Award: Excellence in Experiential Learning (2013)
  • American Academy Pediatrics Visiting Professorship Proposal Reviewer: Pediatric Bereavement (2012)
  • American Psychological Association Fellow – Division 56 (Trauma Psychology) (2011)
  • Green & Gold Staff Recognition Award:  C.W. Post Employee of the Year (2011)  
  • Museum Planning Conversation Series, National September 11 Memorial & Museum at the World Trade Center (2007- 2011)
  • United States Department of Health & Human Services / Office of Public Health & Science, Strategy Group Meeting on Mental Health & Trauma Affecting Women & Children (2009- 2011)
  • Leadership Development Task Force, International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (2009)
  • Expert Reviewer, SAMHSA Disaster Technical Assistance Center, “Disaster Behavioral Health Intervention Series: Resources for Public Safety Workers” (2007)
  • Faculty - Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, “Reaching Child Initiative” (2007)
  • Long Island Business “Health Care Hero” Award (2006)
  • Invited Guest of the Department of Defense & Pentagon to Visit Wounded Soldiers: Walter Reed and National Naval Medical Center at Bethesda (2006)
  • New York State Senate Liberty Award Recipient for Community Service Following Hurricane Katrina (2006) 
  • ISTSS (International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies) - Sarah Haley Memorial Award for Clinical Excellence (2005)
  • Federal Emergency Management Administration, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Acknowledgement Certificate to Home Ground for “exemplary dedication and leadership in providing effective community-based mental health and substance abuse services” (2005)
  • Invited Guest to the New York French Embassy for a Meeting with “Le Secretaire D’Etat Aux Droits Des Victims”, about the Victims of the World Trade Center, (2004)
  • Molloy College, Center for Christian/Jewish Studies; Humanitarian Award, (2004)
  • Certificates of Appreciation:  Project Liberty, Nassau County Executive, New York State Office of Mental Health, (2003)
  • New York State Senate Liberty Award for WTC Community Service (2002)
  • American Red Cross Service Award (2002) 

  • National Center for School Crisis & Bereavement: Advisory Board (2007-present)
  • Association of Directors of Psychological Training Clinics
  • American Psychological Association:  APA Divisions of Clinical (12) & Trauma Psychology (56)
  • American Red Cross:  Nassau County & Greater New York Chapters
  • International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies

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