Miguel A. Aragón
Associate ProfessorMiguel A. Aragón was born and raised in Ciudad Juárez, México; prior to his appointment at the College of Staten Island, Professor Aragón taught Printmaking, Foundations and Design courses at the Univ Read more..
John (Jay) Arena
Associate ProfessorJohn (Jay) Arena is an Associate Professor of Sociology at the City University of New York’s College of Staten Island. His teaching and research interests include post-civil right Black politics, clas Read more..
Associate ProfessorComfort B. Asanbe, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Psychology at the College of Staten Island/City University of New York (CSI/CUNY). Her research focuses on three main themes: (1) Identifying the Read more..
Assistant ProfessorBryan Averbuch researches and teaches Islamic and Indian Ocean history, maritime history, and cross-cultural trade, focusing on the intertwined histories of the spice trade and the silk roads. His cur Read more..
Assistant ProfessorProfessor Baquero-Pecino obtained a double degree in Hispanic Philology, and Literary Theory and Comparative Literature from the University of Granada (Spain). He also earned a M.A. in Spanish from Ne Read more..
Associate ProfessorProfessor Bardsley’s research interests include cognitive literary studies; disabilities, particularly neurodivergence, in literature and culture; feminism, and feminist pedagogy. She primarily teache Read more..
LecturerProfessor Batson has been teaching in the History Department and the CORE 100 Program at the College of Staten Island since August 2000. He has also taught in the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studie Read more..
William R. Bauer
Assistant ProfessorWilliam R. Bauer studies the ways people use music to organize their actions, coordinate their interactions with others, express meaning, communicate ideas and feelings, and arrive at a deeper underst Read more..
Maria Rice Bellamy
Associate ProfessorProfessor Bellamy’s passions are to challenge her students to engage ideas and perspectives different from their own and to facilitate their development of the critical thinking and oral and written c Read more..
Full ProfessorDr. Berger and her research team study the development of infants’ problem-solving skills in the context of locomotion. For example, we study how infants learn to navigate around obstacles that stand Read more..