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Expert Guide 2016


Monmouth University's Marketing and Communications Division offers a database of experts for use by press and media contacts. It includes Monmouth University faculty members and administrators, and their specific areas of expertise.

The purpose of the database is to provide reporters with a resource for finding experts to quote when they are working on news stories related to a variety of topics.

Use the list of available topics at left to all experts in that particular area. Or you can use the search form below.

Please contact Tara Peters at 732-263-5690 during regular business hours to speak with any individual in the expert database.


Vaughn Clay

Expertise: Student Life

Director, Office of Off-Campus and Commuter Services, Orientation to college, student involvement/leadership and student union.

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William Hill, MA

Expertise: Student Life

William Hill can speak on the following topics for job seekers: resumes, interview skills, career networking and job search strategies.

He is a career expert with more than 30 years of experience in career counseling and has led Monmouth University's career services department since 1977. He received an MA from Manhattan College.

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Mary Anne Nagy, MBA

Expertise: Student Life

Mary Anne Nagy can speak on the following topics: student life and higher education; crisis management; student/conduct/judicial processes; transition to college (keys to success for parents and students); and managing town/gown relations.

She received an MBA from Monmouth University.

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Pietro A Sasso, PhD

Expertise: Student Life

Dr. Pietro Sasso has over a half-decade of professional and teaching experience in postsecondary education. As an administrator, his experience is exceptionally diverse, spanning several educational administrative functional areas. In each of these functional areas, Pietro Sasso has been provided with increasing levels of responsibility which demands various levels of leadership. He has provided significant culture change and improvements to each of his areas of accountability. As an educator, he is an emerging research-scholar with significant experiences as an alcohol educator and academic advisor to both undergraduate and graduate students. His research interests include identity construction of traditional undergraduates (college student development), alcohol misuse in higher education (student health outcomes), the impact of the college fraternity experience, and masculinity in higher education.

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