Professor of Educational Psychology
|Ph.D.||Educational Psychology and Statistics||University at Albany|
|M.A.||History/Political Science||The College of Saint Rose|
|M.S.||Educational Psychology||The College of Saint Rose|
|B.A.||Philosophy||Immaculate Conception Seminary|
I have been a faculty member in the Department of Educational and School Psychology since 1993. I have taught at Maria College and before that worked as a counselor and tutor at WAITT House in Schenectady, New York.
I teach a variety of undergraduate and graduate Educational Psychology courses, such as Classroom Assessment, Tests and Measurements, and various Developmental courses. I have also taught Statistics for the CSD Department.
My research interests focus on assessment, measurement, statistics, and child development areas. These are areas in which I have performed, written articles, and given workshops.