FRN Teach Share

Spring Semester 2021

Teach Share Winter 2021

TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 2021 — SCHEDULE
TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 2021
TIME EVENT
9:00 a.m

10:15 a.m.
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FRN Teach Share: Business & Professions 1

Iliana​ Ballester-Panelli & ​Alba Brugueras Fabre​, University of the Sacred Heart in Puerto Rico
COURSE: From Microeconomics to the Personal Brand

Despina ​Gavrili, DEREE – The American College of Greece
COURSE: Hospitality Operations

Tammi Redd, Ramapo College of New Jersey
COURSE: Business Basics

Pedro ​Fraile Romeu, University of the Sacred Heart in Puerto Rico
COURSE: Quantitative Methods in Business Management

Break 10:15 a.m. ⇢ 10:30 a.m. EST (NYC)
10:30 a.m.

11:45 a.m.
EST (NYC)
 
FRN Teach Share: Biology / Chemistry / Nursing

Edna Aurelus, Wagner College
COURSE: Psychodynamic Dimension of Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing Care

Amanda Masino​, Huston-Tillotson University
Lab Simulations in Biology and Chemistry Online Instruction

Amanda Masino​, Huston-Tillotson University
Special Topics in Biology: COVID-19 Community-Engaged Research

Break 11:45 a.m. ⇢ 12:00 p.m. EST (NYC)
12:00 p.m.

1:15 p.m.
EST (NYC)
 
FRN Teach Share: Business & Professions 2

Yu Chen, Farmingdale State College
COURSE: International Marketing

Ebru Ulusoy, Farmingdale State College
COURSE: Marketing Principles

CathyAnn Tully​, Huston-Tillotson University
COURSE: Principles of Finance

Ellen ​Bartley, Farmingdale State College
COURSE: Introductory Accounting II

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 2021 — SCHEDULE
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 2021
TIME EVENT
9:00 a.m

10:15 a.m.
EST (NYC)
 
FRN Teach Share: Writing, Literature, and Italian Food Culture & History

Chiara De Santi​​, Farmingdale State College
COURSE: Italian Food Culture and History

Evi Dilaveri, DEREE – The American College of Greece
Writing Program

Anastasia Logotheti, DEREE – The American College of Greece
COURSE: Introduction to Literature

Suzanne ​Solensky, Fairfield University
Honors 104: Enduring Questions

Break 10:15 a.m. ⇢ 10:30 a.m. EST (NYC)
10:30 a.m.

11:45 a.m.
EST (NYC)
 
FRN Teach Share: Humanities & Social Sciences 1

Anna Moni, DEREE – The American College of Greece
COURSE: Italian I

Rhonda Celey, New York University
COURSE: Quantitative Research Methods in Education

Elycia Daniel, Clark Atlanta University
Graduate Statistics

Break 11:45 a.m. ⇢ 12:00 p.m. EST (NYC)
12:00 p.m.

1:15 p.m.
EST (NYC)
 
FRN Teach Share: Humanities & Social Sciences 2

Monique Earl-Lewis, Morehouse College
COURSE: Introduction to the African American Experience: An Interdisciplinary Approach

Angela Walker, Talladega College
COURSE: Politics I

Naniette Coleman​, New York University
COURSE: ​I Regret To Inform You That Your Private Information Has Been Compromised

David Surrey & Gineen Abuali​, Saint Peter’s University
COURSE: Cultural Anthropology

THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 2021 — SCHEDULE
THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 2021
TIME EVENT
9:00 a.m

10:15 a.m.
EST (NYC)
 
FRN Teach Share: STEM

Despina Makri​, DEREE – The American College of Greece
COURSE: Turning Data into Decisions

Vassia ​Stefanou, DEREE – The American College of Greece
COURSE: Introduction to Information Systems

Maira ​Kotsovoulou, DEREE – The American College of Greece
COURSE: Internet Programming

Break 10:15 a.m. ⇢ 10:30 a.m. EST (NYC)
10:30 a.m.

12:00 p.m.
EST (NYC)
 
FRN Teach Share:

Lillian ​Agosto-Maldonado, University of the Sacred Heart in Puerto Rico
COURSE: Edición de Impresos (Print Media Editing)

Brian O’Keefe, Farmingdale State College
COURSE: ​Visual Communication

Michael Fraina​, Farmingdale State College
COURSE: Sport Management

Lourdes Medina​​, University of Puerto Rico, ​Mayagüez
COURSE: Process Automation

Colleen Martinez, Ramapo College of New Jersey
COURSE: Play Therapy

presenters

Gineen Abuali

Gineen Abuali

Fourth-Year Undergraduate Student | Saint Peter’s University

Gineen Abuali is a fourth-year undergraduate student at Saint Peter’s University where she is studying history and political science. She is an active member of the Muslim Student Association, the Students for Peace and Justice Club, and the Student Government Association, where she represents the voices of Muslim women on campus. Gineen is dedicated to the fight for human rights through her writing and work. She seeks to continue that fight through her future work as an attorney. saintpeters.edu/academics/undergraduate-programs/history/2020/03/31/gineen-abuali-21-inducted-into-alpha-sigma-nu/

Lillian E. Agosto Maldonado

Lillian E. Agosto-Maldonado

Professor | University of the Sacred Heart in Puerto Rico

Lillian E. Agosto Maldonado has a bachelor’s degree in Information and Journalism from the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras campus, and a master’s degree in Puerto Rican and Caribbean Studies from the Center for Advanced Studies of Puerto Rico and the Caribbean in Old San Juan.

She has worked as a journalist for the newspapers Primera Hora and Index of the Ferré Rangel Media Group (GFR Media). She has also written for local and international newspapers such as Diálogo, Univision Radio, Hispanic LA, ESPN, Spotlight on Poverty, EdSurge, Fit in 2 Worlds, Borderzine, Hip Latina, and Buena Vibra.

She has participated in journalism organizations such as the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) and has stood out in conferences such as the Latin American Federation of Social Communication Faculties (FELAFACS) in Havana, Cuba. sagrado.edu/lillian-agosto

Edna Aurelus

Edna Aurelus

Assistant Professor | Wagner College

Dr. Aurelus is an alumna of Wagner College, where she earned her MSN in the Family Nurse Practitioner Program. She received her DNP in Advanced Nursing Practice from Arizona State University. She went on to receive her Post-Doctorate in Psychiatric Mental Health from Arizona State University. Dr. Aurelus is dually board certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner and Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. Dr. Aurelus has extensive experience in both primary care and psychiatric mental health. She has worked at Banner Behavioral Health Hospital and with the Department of Corrections, Perryville Prison, which is the only female prison in Arizona. Her doctoral research focused on weight gain prevention induced by antipsychotic medications. Dr. Aurelus is the author of multiple peer-reviewed researched articles. Among them, “A Decade of Cirrhosis”, the study for which she was the recipient of the competitive Mauren Robinson Faculty Fellowship 2019-2020. She presented this study in Athens, Greece during a week conference, where she also chaired a session. She is extremely passionate about community and global health in addition to her primary and psychiatric health passion. wagner.edu/profile/edna.aurelus

Iliana Ballester-Panelli

Iliana Ballester-Panelli

Professor | Universidad del Sagrado Corazón

Professor Ballester-Panelli teaches at the Escuela de Comunicación Ferré Rangel at the Universidad del Sagrado Corazón. She holds a B.A. in advertising from the University of the Sacred Heart in Puerto Rico and a master’s in advertising from Michigan State University. She is currently in the process of submitting her research proposal for her dissertation at Universidad Iberoamericana. She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses and her research interests include the topics of distance learning, active learning, and the use of technologies for infor- mation, communication, and learning (TICAs). linkedin.com/in/ilianaballesterpanelli

Rhonda Celey

Rhonda E. Baylor

Lecturer of Research | Morgan State University

Rhonda E. Baylor holds a PhD. in Educational Psychology from Howard University. In addition, she earned an Ed.M. in Higher Education from Harvard University, an M.B.A. from the University of Baltimore, and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Morgan State University. Dr. Baylor has over 15 years of higher education teaching and education research experience. Dr. Baylor’s research focuses on teaching and learning. Furthermore, she has several publications and book chapters. Also, she has presented at various conferences throughout the nation. Dr. Baylor conducts quantitative research, qualitative research, and mixed-methods research that contributes to the education paradigm. Even more specifically, she has experience with survey design and program evaluation. She has taught statistics and research methodology to undergraduate students, as well as to graduate students. She has successfully assisted many students through the dissertation process. She has also conducted education research and engaged in data analysis for many clients on the local level, state level, and at the federal level. Dr. Baylor has also served as an editorial board member and reviewer for education journals. Lastly, she is an international scholar who has visited schools and dispensed learning supplies in Haiti. linkedin.com/in/rhonda-erica-baylor-celey-ph-d-267074135/

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Ellen Bartley

Assistant Professor | Farmingdale State College

Ellen Bartley is an assistant professor of business management at Farmingdale State College. linkedin.com/in/ellen-bartley-45724a24/

 

Alba Brugueras-Fabre

Alba Brugueras-Fabre

Professor | Universidad del Sagrado Corazón

Professor Brugueras-Fabre is a professor in the department of business administration where she teaches courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels in microeconomics, macroeconomics, statistics, global economics, and research among others. She is also a consultant on economic affairs and market research and is a founding partner of Top Brains firm that specializes in these fields. She has a master’s degree in economics from the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras and completed doctoral studies in business administration from the same institution and in second language research from the Inter-American University of Puerto Rico. She is a collaborator of the Alliance for Education in Economics and Personal Finance, promoted by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where she offers workshops to teachers from both the public and private systems. sagrado.edu/alba-brugueras

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Yu Chen

Associate Professor of Marketing | Farmingdale State College

Yu Chen is a professor in the Business department at Farmingdale State College. farmingdale.edu/faculty/?fid=108

 

Naniette H. Coleman

Naniette H. Coleman

PhD Candidate | New York University

Naniette H. Coleman is a PhD candidate in the Sociology Department at the University of California, Berkeley. Her work sits at the intersection of the sociology of culture and organizations and focuses on cybersecurity, surveillance, and privacy in the US context. Specifically Naniette’s research examines how organizations assess risk, make decisions, and respond to data breaches and organizational compliance with state, federal, and international privacy laws. Naniette holds a Master of Public Administration with a specialization in Democracy, Politics, and Institutions from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and both an M.A. in Economics and a B.A. in Communication from the University at Buffalo, SUNY. A non-traditional student, Naniette’s prior professional experience includes local, state, and federal service, as well as work for two international organizations, and two universities. naniettecoleman.com

Elycia Daniel

Elycia Daniel

Instructor | Clark Atlanta University

Elycia Daniel is an experienced specialist with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. She is skilled in educational technology, training, adult education, public speaking, and grant writing. Her strong professional background is a Master of Arts (M.A.) focused in Criminal Justice Administration from Clark Atlanta University. linkedin.com/in/elycia-daniel-7b996a23/

Chiara De Santi

Chiara De Santi

Assistant Professor | Farmingdale State College

Chiara De Santi teaches Italian language, culture, cinema, and international cinema. She received her Ph.D. in Italian from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a Ph.D. in history, and a master’s of research from the European University Institute. She also earned a Laurea Magistralis (M.A. equivalent) in foreign languages and literature from the University of Florence. Her research interests include Italian and international cinema; Italian culture, gastronomy, modern literature, and history; and Italian as a second language. chiara-mente.net

Evi Dilaveri

Evi Dilaveri

Writing Program Coordinator | DEREE – The American College of Greece

Evi Dilaveri has been a member of the Deree Writing Program faculty since 1990; she teaches academic writing and research skills. She has also taught study skills courses and has worked as a writing and study skills tutor for the Writing Center. She is currently the Coordinator of the Writing Program.

Her academic interests lie in the areas of writing theory and pedagogy, classroom dynamics, learning differences, tutoring (face to face and online), and the use of technology in teaching and research. She is a member of TESOL Greece, the European Association for the Teaching of Academic Writing (EATAW), and the European Writing Centers Association (EWCA). acg.edu/faculty/paraskevi-dilaveri/

Monique Earl-Lewis

Monique Earl-Lewis

Associate Professor / Director | Morehouse College

Monique Earl-Lewis is the Founding Director of the Faculty Development. Teaching and Advising Center at Morehouse College and teaches interdisciplinary courses in Africana Studies, the Freshmen Year Experience and Psychology. She received her PhD in Organizational Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology; a masters of science in Counseling and Behavioral Studies from the University of South Alabama; and a bachelors in Speech Communication from Auburn University.

Her applied research and practice focus on learning organizations, integrated techno-cultural-pedagogical practice to advance social justice and equity through active communities of learning and authentic participation engagement. Monique.Earl-Lewis@morehouse.edu

Pedro Fraile Romeu

Pedro Fraile Romeu

Professor | University of the Sacred Heart in Puerto Rico

Pedro Fraile Romeu is a professor in the department of Business Administration. His distinguished academic and professional preparation includes a Ph.D. in Business Development Philosophy from the Inter-American University. He holds a master’s degree in International Business Management from the European Business School Forum of Navarra, Huarte, Spain. He also has a master’s degree in Information Systems Management from the Universidad del Sagrado Corazón and another master’s degree in Pedagogical Research and Evaluation from the University of Puerto Rico. Through his years of service in our institution, Fraile Romeu has stood out for his commitment and dedication to the university community. He currently serves as an advisor to the president. sagrado.edu/pedro-fraile-romeu/

Michael Fraina

Michael Fraina

Assistant Professor | Farmingdale State College

Michael Fraina is an assistant professor of sport management at Farmingdale State College. farmingdale.edu/faculty/?fid=52178

 

Despina Gavrili

Despina Gavrili

Lecturer and Internship Administrator | DEREE – The American College of Greece

Despina Gavrili has been a member of the faculty since 2005. She has taught courses in the area of Marketing Management and Tourism and Hospitality Management. Her current teaching involves such courses as Tourism Planning and Development, Hospitality Operations, Food and Beverage Management, Cultural Tourism. Her research interests lie in the areas of cultural tourism and of experiential learning, with recent publications in both areas.

She has 15-years working experience in various managerial positions in the Wine, Tourism and Hospitality industry. She has been a member of the Association of Greek Women in Tourism, the efforts of which created the Museum of Tourism. acg.edu/faculty/despina-gavrili/

Maira Kotsovoulou

Maira Kotsovoulou

Professor | DEREE – The American College of Greece

Maira Kotsovoulou has been a member of the Deree faculty since 1996 and has taught across the curriculum. She currently teaches Introduction to Programming, Object Oriented Programming, Data Structures and Analysis of Algorithms, Internet Programming and the IT Capstone Project. Ms. Kotsovoulou is currently pursuing her PhD Degree in Technology Enhanced Learning at the University of Lancaster. acg.edu/faculty/maira-kotsovoulou

Anastasia Logotheti

Anastasia Logotheti

Professor | DEREE – The American College of Greece

Anastasia Logotheti has been a member of the English department since 1989, teaching literature and writing courses. She studied for her MA in the US as a Fulbright scholar; she holds a doctorate in contemporary British literature from the University of London. In the last ten years Dr Logotheti has presented over thirty-five papers and has organized and moderated panels in major international conferences. She is a contributor to the Literary Encyclopedia and has published chapters in various volumes on twentieth-century English literature; her book on the fiction of Graham Swift is forthcoming.

Dr. Logotheti views teaching as a vocation and seeks to empower students and encourage them to become autonomous learners. In recent semesters she has taught courses as diverse as Critical Theory, Shakespeare Tragedies, Tradition and Innovation in the English Novel, and Fairy Tales in Post-modernity. Dr Logotheti is also interested in the pedagogy of teaching, applications of academic computing, and information literacies, interests which informed her tenure first as the Coordinator of the two Writing Centers (2003-2010) and currently as the Director of the Teaching and Learning Center. acg.edu/faculty/anastasia-logotheti/

Despina Makri

Despina Makri

Professor | DEREE – The American College of Greece

Despina Makri has been a member of the Deree faculty since 1998 and she has taught many courses across the curriculum. She currently teaches introductory computer courses, business information systems and e-commerce for the Computer Information Systems department, digital media and game design courses for the Information Technology department as well as multimedia concepts for the Communication’s department. Currently, she is the department head for Information Technology department. Her research interests are in the areas of digital media, game design and digital humanities. acg.edu/faculty/despina-makri/

Colleen Martinez

Colleen Martinez

Assistant Professor | Ramapo College of New Jersey

Colleen Martinez is a licensed clinical social worker and a registered play therapist supervisor with 25 years of experience providing clinical services to children and their families. She has worked in hospital, correctional, outpatient mental health, private practice, summer camp, home based and school settings, and she specializes in play therapy and treating traumatized children. She is an Assistant Professor of Social Work at Ramapo College of New Jersey. In her private practice, she provides training, supervision and consultation to individuals, agencies, summer camps and schools to ensure that children and their families receive high quality services. ramapo.edu/sshs/faculty/colleen-daly-martinez/

Amanda Masino

Amanda Masino

Chair of Natural Sciences and Associate Professor of Biology | Huston-Tillotson University

Amanda Masino’s research background includes work in cell biology, genetics, and developmental biology. As an undergraduate at Texas A&M University, she studied chromosome rearrangements and their contribution to speciation. She completed her doctoral research detailing the genetics of early heart development at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, then investigated cardiac stem cell biology at the University of Washington before joining the HT faculty in 2011. Her current research investigates the genetic diversity of microbial populations.

Amanda Masino is a proud member of HT’s Environmental Studies faculty. She advances environmental education by blending environmental science and community action. She is Co-Director of the Dumpster Project, an education initiative that is transforming a used trash dumpster into a sustainable home as a K-16 environmental education platform and public engagement tool. She co-advises HT’s environmental student group Green is the New Black with Karen Magid and Dominique Bowman, and co-founded the Building Green Justice Forum, a conference series that highlights local environmental justice issues. htu.edu/faculty-directory/dr-amanda-m-masino

Lourdes Medina

Lourdes Medina

Associate Professor | University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez

Lourdes Medina is an Associate Professor in Industrial Engineering at University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez and leader of the IDDEAS Research Group and RealTimePC outreach initiatives. She is passionate about human-centered design, decision analysis and complexity thinking metrics. She teaches medical device design, project management and process automation with an innovation and entrepreneurship mindset.Amanda Masino leads a National Science Foundation-funded program that infuses student research training into HT’s Natural Science curriculum. She directs the STEM Research Scholars program, which provides science, technology, engineering and math majors with mentored undergraduate research experiences. She also serves as faculty advisor for JAMP (the Joint Admissions Medical Program) and the HT chapter of MAPS (Minority Pre-Medical/Pre-Health Association). uprm.edu/inin/faculty/

Anna Moni

Anna Moni

Full-time lecturer | DEREE – The American College of Greece

Anna Moni has been a member of the Modern Languages faculty since 1996. She teaches the Italian language and culture and is Coordinator of the Program of Modern languages as of 2011. Her interests include developing speaking and writing skills, e-learning, intercultural learning, and the creation of authentic teaching materials. She has a long experience in pedagogy of teaching the Italian language in online programs at a Masters level at the University of Venice. She has been an examiner for certifications of the Italian language at all levels for the University of Perugia and the KPG of the Hellenic Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs. Ms. Moni has been training teachers and creating exams for the Italian Cultural Institute, the cultural section of the Italian Embassy. She has written several Italian language textbooks at elementary and intermediate level. Amanda Masino leads a National Science Foundation-funded program that infuses student research training into HT’s Natural Science curriculum. She directs the STEM Research Scholars program, which provides science, technology, engineering and math majors with mentored undergraduate research experiences. She also serves as faculty advisor for JAMP (the Joint Admissions Medical Program) and the HT chapter of MAPS (Minority Pre-Medical/Pre-Health Association). acg.edu/faculty/anna-moni/

Brian O’Keefe

Brian O’Keefe

Assistant Professor | Farmingdale State College

Brian O’Keefe is currently an Assistant Professor of Interaction Design, leading State University of New York’s first undergraduate Interaction Design Program (Mixed Reality, User Experience, User Interface and Instructional Design).

Brian has commercialized devices, apps and services (e.g., mobile, tablet, kiosk and web) for fortune 100 companies, patented numerous technologies, won grant awards, published research papers, exhibited interactive artwork, presented at international conferences and won several commercial and academic awards for the advancement of user experience design. farmingdale.edu/faculty/?fid=55348

tammi redd

Tammi Redd

Director Faculty Resource Center | Ramapo College of New Jersey

Tammi Redd is a professor of Management with a demonstrated history of working in higher education, small business acquisitions and retail management. She is skilled in organizational research, data collection and data analysis. She has strong administrative professional with a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) focused in Management and Entrepreneurship from The University of Texas. ramapo.edu/asb/faculty/tammi-redd/

Suzanne Solensky

Suzanne Solensky

Adjunct Faculty Member | Fairfield University

In challenging times, purpose and resilience matter more than ever. Suzanne Solensky works with people and organizations that want to sustain their mission while adapting approaches to nurturing the greater good. As a leader and creator of initiatives, she partners with purpose-driven organizations whether they wish to scale up, expand their reach, or stay the course during turmoil. Her work with nonprofits builds on my extensive experience in higher education. Because she was a first-generation student, going to college – especially an Ivy League school – opened up a world of possibilities. In turn, as a long-time teacher, advisor, and administrator in higher education, she has excelled at helping thousands of students achieve success and overcome obstacles as they made the transition to college, enhanced academic opportunities, and stayed on track for graduation. She continues to teach and advise with a passion for learning and a commitment to the personal growth and social enrichment it can facilitate, both now and in years to come. linkedin.com/in/suzannesolensky/

Vassia Stefanou

Vassia Stefanou

Professor | Deree – The American College of Greece

Vassilia Stefanou has been a member of the Deree Management Information Systems faculty since 1996, and has taught across the curriculum. She currently teaches Human-Computer Interaction, Business Information Systems, Data Management and IT for Business, and Introduction to Information Systems, and she is an active member of the Deree academic community.

Professor Stefanou has participated in various research projects and has published papers in distinguished journals. She is also currently working part-time towards a distance learning PhD in e-research and Technology Enhanced Learning at Lancaster University, U.K. Her research interests include, but are not limited to, the areas of Human Computer Interaction, User Experience, e-learning, blended learning, and technology enhanced learning (TEL).

She serves as advisor to the Women in Technology and Science (WiTS) club. acg.edu/faculty/vassilia-stefanou

David Surrey

David Surrey

Professor of Sociology, Urban Studies & Anthropology; Director of Faculty Development | Saint Peter’s University

David Surrey’s formal training in Anthropology and Sociology has allowed him to investigate a variety of related topics. These topics include Globalization, desegregation, ethnicity , housing, urban history, education, evolution, the Vietnam Era, indigenous cultures, migration/undocumented – all his research is now Participation Action Research where the “subjects” are part of the research team. While these issues may appear to be diverse, to him the unifying theme is stratification of societies and structural discrimination. Each topic, and he has a hard time separating them, is connected by social forces at a local, national and international level. saintpeters.edu/academics/faculty/members/david-surrey

Cathyann Tully

Cathyann Tully

Director of Undergraduate Business Program | Wagner College

Dr. Tully received her BS in Accounting from Seton Hall University and MBA in Finance from Pace University. After a career in risk management at a major brokerage firm in Manhattan, Dr. Tully pursued a DPS in Finance at Pace University. Prior to joining the faculty at Wagner College, she had been a faculty member at several Universities in the metropolitan area, teaching finance at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Dr. Tully is an active researcher in the fields of finance and business pedagogy. She presents her research at national and international conferences and has published many articles in peer reviewed journals as coauthor with colleagues as well as sole author. Dr. Tully is an active member of the Wagner community where she serves as a member of Priorities and Budget committee, Academic Review Committee member, mentor to new faculty and Advisor and career mentor to our students. She is an active member in the Wagner Plan, teaching at various times in FYP, ILC and SLC. In addition to serving as the Undergraduate Business Program Director, Dr. Tully teaches finance in the Executive, Accelerated and Traditional MBA programs. wagner.edu/business-admin/profile/cathyann.tully

Ebru Ulosoy

Ebru Ulosoy

Assistant Professor | Farmingdale State College

Ebru Ulusoy is an Assistant Professor in the Business Management Department. Dr. Ulusoy joined Farmingdale State College in Fall 2016. She earned her Ph.D. in Business Administration with a focus on Marketing from University of Texas – Pan American (which is currently University of Texas – Rio Grande Valley). Dr. Ulusoy received a master’s degree in Production Management and Marketing from Marmara University, Istanbul, Turkey. She received her bachelor’s degree in Public Relations and Advertising from Istanbul University, Istanbul, Turkey. Before joining the School of Business at Farmingdale State College, Dr. Ulusoy served as an Assistant Professor of Marketing at Maine Business School at the University of Maine. Dr. Ulusoy also has professional experiences as Assistant Production Manager at a TV channel, and as an account manager in the oldest Public Relations firm in Turkey. farmingdale.edu/news/business/2020/2020-09-22-faculty-spotlight-ebru.shtml

Angela Walker

Angela Walker

Chair and Professor | Talladega College

Dr. Angela Walker was born in Mobile, Alabama to Lottie Woodard and the late Alexander Woodard, Jr., but she was raised in Daphne, Alabama. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in merchandising with a minor in Management and Marketing, and a Master of Science degree in Public Administration with a minor in Business Administration from Jacksonville State University (JSU). The former JSU homecoming queen and volleyball standout went on to earn a Doctoral degree in Higher Education Administration from The University of Alabama. Dr. Walker is extremely proud of the fact that she earned each of her college degrees debt-free.

Dr. Walker has passionately worked in the field of higher education in various capacities since the early 90s. Currently, she is Chair of the Public Administration Department, Assistant to the Provost/VP for Academic Affairs, Faculty Development Coordinator, and Faculty Representative to the Board of Trustees at Talladega College. She is certified in Effective Teaching Practices. The certification is co-sponsored by The Association of College and University Educators (ACUE) and The American Council on Education (ACE) Dr. Walker is also the author of There is Lyfe After Death: Moving Forward After A Miscarriage, and she is an ordained minister. talladega.edu/board-of-trustees/angela-walker-1/