The School of Education is committed to providing programs that prepare students who value lifelong learning and are dedicated to increasing the engagement and achievement of those that they lead, teach, counsel, and treat. Our students are actively involved in the development and monitoring of our programs, the advising process, and our collaborations with schools, agencies, and medical facilities in the community. Students are encouraged to participate in our advisory councils and community service. The School of Education is accredited by NCATE/CAEP and CACREP.
Ed.D., Rutgers University. Areas of professional interest include literacy, motivation, classroom environment, electronic dialoguing, and mentoring.
Ph.D., Fordham University, Applied Developmental Psychology; M.A., New York University, Educational Psychology; B.A., University of Hartford, Psychology and Criminal Justice. Research interests include cognitive and moral development with a specific focus on empathy, school culture, and moral education.
MS Management Systems Analysis, Kean University; BS Information Science, Stockton State College Certifications: CNE Certified Network Engineer, Novell