Newburgh Faculty Profiles

Robert Altobello

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  • mentor in the cultural studies area of study and coordinator, Newburgh office
  • B.A., SUNY Empire State College; M.A., Ph.D. (philosophy), City University of New York Graduate Center

Anna Bates

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  • mentor in the historical studies area of study
  • B.A., M.A. (historical studies), University of Houston Clear Lake; Ph.D. (U.S. constitutional history), Binghamton University

Wendy Chabon

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  • mentor in the community and human services area of study
  • MSW (group work, case work), Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University

Diane Gal

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  • faculty chair, lead developer, Master of Arts in Learning and Emerging Technologies and mentor, Master of Arts in Liberal Studies and Master of Arts in Teaching
  • B.A. (political philosophy), Fordham University, M.A. (area studies, politics), Hunter College, Ed.M. (international educational development), Ed.D. (comparative and international education), Columbia University, Teachers College

Stacey Gallagher

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  • mentor in the cultural studies area of study
  • B.S. (speech communications), California State University Northridge; M.Div. (anticipated 2014), Asbury Theological Seminary; J.D., University of Southern California

Jon Harbison

  • mentor in the business, management and economics area of study
  • A.A.S., Rockland Community College; B.S., Pace University; Executive MBA (management), Fairleigh Dickinson University

Martin Knowles

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  • mentor in the community and human services area of study
  • B.A. (psychology), SUNY Empire State College; MSW, New York University

Elaine Lux

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  • mentor in the cultural studies area of study
  • B.A. (English), Queens College, CUNY; M.A. (English), The University of Pennsylvania; Ph.D. (literature, writing and adult development), The Union Institute and University

Frank McDonald

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  • mentor, Master of Arts in Teaching
  • Ph.D. (science education), University of Central Florida

Diana Siberio-Perez

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  • mentor in the science, mathematics and technology area of study
  • B.S., University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez; M.S., Ph.D. (macromolecular science and engineering), University of Michigan