William R. Bauer

Bauer, William R. Assistant Professor

William 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 understanding of one another. A composer-improviser by training and temperament, Dr. Bauer brings a background in theater and dance to his

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Maria Rice Bellamy

Bellamy, Maria Rice Associate Professor

Professor 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 communication skills necessary for success in all areas of life. Her student-oriented teaching style features interactive class discussions, collaborative learning

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Dr. Sarah Berger

Berger, Sarah Associate Professor

Dr. 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 between them and a goal. We use infants’ motor behaviors to gain insight into underlying cognitive processes. A second research

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William Bernhardt

Bernhardt, William Associate Professor

Educated at Reed College, Keele University (U.K.), Cornell and Indiana Universities, William "Bill" Bernhardt has taught a broad range of courses including writing on all levels from remedial to post-graduate, English as a Second Language, Reading, and Literature. He has also been a teacher-trainer in many of these academic areas Read more..
Leigh Binford

Binford, Leigh Professor

Leigh Binford came to the College of Staten Island from Mexico’s Autonomous University of Puebla where he worked following twelve years at the University of Connecticut.  He has carried out fieldwork in highland and lowland Mexico and highland El Salvador, focusing on rural social economies, peasantries, international migration, human rights, civil Read more..
Jason Bishop

Bishop, Jason Assistant Professor

Jason Bishop is a linguistics professor in the English Department at CSI, with an appointment in Linguistics at the CUNY Graduate Center. Director of the CSI Speech Laboratory in 2S-216a, he specializes in phonetics and laboratory phonology (two experimental approaches to the study of spoken language). As such, he is

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Roslyn Bologh

Bologh, Roslyn Professor

Professor Bologh was recruited to come to the College of Staten Island from St. John's University where she was a tenured faculty member.  She is a full professor at the College and member of the Graduate Faculty in the Doctoral Program in Sociology at the Graduate Center, CUNY.  She has served as Read more..
Matt Brim

Brim, Matt Associate Professor

Matt Brim is Associate Professor of Queer Studies in the English department. He teaches a variety of courses in LGBTQ literature and women's studies, often with a focus on black feminist/queer studies. His books include James Baldwin and the Queer Imagination (U. of Michigan Press, 2014), the co-edited collection Imagining Queer Methods (with Amin

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Brooks, Patricia J. Professor

Professor Brooks is the Director of the Language Learning Laboratory in the Psychology Department. She joined the CSI faculty in 1997 after completing post-doctoral research fellowships at Carnegie Mellon University and Emory University. Her research program focuses on individual differences in language learning and development across the lifespan. She conducts laboratory

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Amber Buck

Buck, Amber Assistant Professor

Amber Buck’s research considers literate activity as situated within social, cultural and technological ecologies and asks how technologies influence writers, writing processes, and identities. She considers the ways that individuals use specific writing technologies and how they integrate these technologies within their daily lives. Her recent work examines the writing

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