Latham Faculty Profiles

Anthony Anadio

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  • mentor in the historical studies area of study
  • B.A., M.A., Ph.D. (history), University at Albany               

Elizabeth Bradley

  • mentor, Master of Arts in Teaching
  • B.A. (clinical psychology, French), Tufts University; M.Ed., Ph.D. (school psychology), University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Mete Cetiner

  • mentor in the science, mathematics and technology, business, management and economics areas of study
  • B.S. (industrial engineering), Gazi University; M.S. (information systems), Middle East Technical University; M.S. (management of information systems), Ph.D. (management of information systems and technology), Claremont Graduate University

Robert Congemi

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  • mentor in the cultural studies area of study, Latham and Empire State Plaza
  • B.A., M.A. (English), University at Albany
  • Award for Excellence in Student Advisement, 1981

Lisa D'Adamo-Weinstein

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  • director of academic support and mentor in the cultural studies and educational studies areas of study
  • B.A. (English and general literature), Binghamton University; M.S., Ph.D. (language education), Indiana University - Bloomington
  • SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Professional Service, 2013

Cathy Davison

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  • mentor in the science, mathematics and technology area of study
  • Ph.D. (pharmacology/toxicology), Michigan State University
  • Susan H. Turben Chair in Mentoring, 2010

Richard Gotti

  • mentor in the community and human services, interdisciplinary studies and cultural studies areas of study
  • B.A., Siena College; MSW, Syracuse University; Ph.D. (social welfare), Brandeis University; MFA (writing and literature), Bennington College
  • Award for Excellence in Teaching, 1985

Christopher Grill

  • mentor in the historical studies and public affairs areas of study
  • B.A. (political science-history), State University College at Oneonta; M.A., Ph.D. (political science), University at Albany 

Claudia Hough

  • mentor in the cultural studies area of study
  • B.A., University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh; M.A. (reading), University of Michigan Ann Arbor

Gerald Lorentz

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  • dean and mentor in the historical studies area of study
  • B.A. (history and archeology), M.A. (history), Wilfrid Laurier University; Ph.D. (early modern British and European history), University of Toronto

Sylvain Nagler

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  • mentor in the human development and social science areas of study
  • B.B.A. (industrial psychology), M.S.Ed. (clinical psychology), City College of New York; Ph.D. (psychology), Vanderbilt University
  • Award for Excellence in Mentoring, 2001
  • State of New York and United University Professions Excellence Award, 1990; Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching, 1991-92

O'Connor Eileen

  • mentor, Master of Arts in Teaching
  • B.A. (biology), The College of New Rochelle; M.S. (environmental science and engineering), Polytechnic University of New York; Ph.D. (science education and instructional technology), University at Albany
  • Distinguished Doctoral Dissertation Award, University at Albany, 1998

William Regan

  • mentor in the business, management and economics area of study
  • B.S. (biochemistry), Benedictine University; M.S. (biochemistry), MBA (marketing), University of Michigan

Heather Reynolds

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  • mentor, Master of Arts in Teaching
  • B.A., Cornell University; Ed.M., Harvard University; Ph.D., University of Michigan             
  • American Educational Research Association’s Palmer O. Johnson Award for the outstanding primary research article, 1999
  • Professional Reassignment Award (providing support for new teachers work in schools with high rates of student absenteeism), 2010

Sandra Winn

  • associate dean and mentor in the cultural studies and educational studies areas of study
  • B.S. (secondary education and communication), Western State College; M.S. (educational administration and policy studies), D.A. (humanistic studies), University at Albany

Joseph Yogtiba

  • mentor in the community and human services area of study
  • Diploma (social administration), University of Ghana; B.A., University of Oslo, Norway; MSW, University of Trondheim, Norway; Ph. D., Certificate (graduate specialist in gerontology), University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa