Title: Professor Department: Early Childhood & Psychology E-mail:email@example.com Office Location: United States Office Phone: 5474
Areas of Expertise: Early Childhood Curriculum & Assessment, Child Study/Observation, Early Literacy, Infant and Toddler Development, Family Engagement in EC Programs
ECHD 460/461 Early Childhood Internship
ECHD 452 Assessment & Evaluation in EC
ECHD 357 Literacy Development & Young Children
ECHD 351 Families as Partners in Early Childhood Programs
ECHD 175 Infant & Toddlers: Development and Programming
About Gail: Dr. Gail Wentworth, Professor of Early Childhood has been a faculty member at SUNY Cobleskill since 2003. She has worked in the Early Childhood field for almost 30 years as a college professor, department chair, preschool teacher and director. She recently earned a certificate of completion from the Brazelton Touchpoints Center in Boston, MA. She has developed Touchpoints-inspired college curriculum for Infant/Toddler and Families as Partners courses. Dr. Wentworth has a special interest in the humane treatment of animals and is developing early childhood curriculum about proper pet care and gathering learning outcomes data as a research project.
She has lived and worked abroad in Naples, Italy as a teacher at a Montessori School in Naples; and in Switzerland where she was the Early Childhood Coordinator and preschool teacher for the International School of Geneva. She has also spent time in China, Morocco, Russia, and the West Indies for professional endeavors and looks forward to continued travel abroad to enrich her work.
Title: Lecturer Department: Early Childhood and Psychology E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org Office Location: Holmes Hall Office Phone: 518-255-5459
Additional Title: Practicum Supervisor; Early Childhood Club Advisor
Areas of Expertise: Best practices in Early Education; Classroom Management; Teaching Pedagogy; Observation; Reflective Practices
Positive Child Guidance
Math and Science for Young Children
Children with Special Needs
Practicum/ Field Experience
Foundations for College Success
Curriculum and Methods
Foundations of Modern Education
Elise N. Weiss has been a lecturer at SUNY Cobleskill since 2005. She has co-presented at the New York State National Association for the Education of Young Children Conference on “Best Practices for the Developing Teacher.” Elise has contributed to the New York State Early Learning Guidelines and has worked to incorporate SMART Board technology and STEM learning into the early childhood curriculum.
Elise is also the Early Childhood Association Faculty Advisor. She promotes leadership and community engagement with participants and provides opportunities each semester for college students to be immersed in the field of early education. From community service learning projects, hosting book fairs (promoting literacy), and countless volunteer opportunities to recognizing National Week of the Young Child each spring semester, Elise collaborates with the greater Cobleskill community and launches several events with the assistance of college students.
Elise was also an elementary school teacher for ten years before her teaching and learning came full circle at the college level. She takes pride in her ability to prepare college students for the profession. Elise has a M.S. in Reading and a B.S. in Elementary Education and is originally from Brooklyn, New York.
Areas of Expertise: Industrial Organizational Psychology
Courses Taught: Organizational Psychology & General Psychology
About Melissa: I’ve taught with 6 colleges before accepting a full time position at SUNY Cobleskill. A few of the classes I have been involved with are Organizational Psychology, General Psychology, Human Growth & Development, Group Process and Introduction to Psychology. I’m a member of Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP), Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Capital Region Human Resource Management (CRHRA), and the American Psychological Association (APA).
Jagendorf-Sobierajski, Susan Eileen – internationalizing the curriculum, international student and scholar regulations, ESL, linguistic issues, Spanish, international academic program articulations, intercultural understanding and negotiations
Rivera, Salvador – Latin America, Economics, Politics, Cultural Integration, Cuban Military
Title: Professor Department: Liberal Studies E-mail: email@example.com Office Location: Ryder Hall 216 Office Phone: 518-255-5661 Office Hours: Tues/Thurs, and by appt.
Area of Expertise: Anthropology
Courses Taught: Full Range of Courses in Anthropology; Western Civilization Survey
About Me: Research Interests in the Origin of the State; Archaeological Theory; Mesoamerica, Mesopotamia; Egypt; Evolution of Early Cultural Complexity; Early Agriculture, particularly hydraulic applications.
Owner, with Dr. Marsha Descartes, and Operator of Beaver Dam Farms, Berne, NY, a Registered Polled Hereford operation since 1977.
Curriculum Vitae: Resume with full information on employment experience, symposium, research experience , grants, additional publications, available on demand.
1981 The New School for Social Research, Ph.D. Anthropology
Dissertation: “Karl Wittfogel and the Nomothetic Revival in Anthropology”.
Committee: Michael J. Harner, Chair; Stanley Diamond; Rayna Rapp
1972 University at Albany, M.A. Anthropology
1970 University of Buffalo, B.A. Anthropology
Minors: Classics; European History
1998 University at Albany, M.A. History
1991 University at Albany M.L.S.
2011 – present : University of Manchester, UK Program in Egyptology
Dansville Central High School, Dansville, NY
Star Farmer Award 1961
Livingston County Public Speaking Champion 1961
St. Anne’s Academy, Manhattan, NY
2006 “Agriculture and Animal Husbandry in Ancient Greece” in Ancient Greece, T.L. Sienkewicz, ed., Pasadena.
2005 “England’s Agricultural Revolution”, in The Seventeenth Century, L.J. Taylor, Pasadena.
2005 ” Reign of Montezuma II, 1502-1520″ in ,The Renaissance and Early Modern Era, C.J. Moose, ed, Pasadena.
2004 “Ubaid Culture Flourishes in Mesopotamia”, in The Ancient World, Mark W. Chavalas, ed. Pasadena.
2004 “Halafian People in Northern Mesopotamia” in Great Event from History: The Ancient World, Pasadena.
2004 “Hohokam Adapt to the Desert Southwest”, in The Middle Ages, Brian A. Pavlac, ed. , Pasadena
2002 “Agricultural and Animal Husbandry” in Encyclopedia of the Ancient World, Vol. 1, Pasadena.
2002 “Fertile Crescent” in Encyclopedia of the Ancient World, Vol. 2, Pasadena.
2002 “Natufian Culture”, in Encyclopedia of the Ancient World, Vol. 2, Pasadena.
1974 “The Cabot Site: A Ceramic Period Occupation, North Haven Island, Maine”, Maine Archaeological Society Bulletin 14 (2).
Research and Grants: Listed on Resume, available on demand.