Giordano, Marie S. Assistant Professor, Coordinator RN-BS Program
Dr. Giordano brings over 30 years of clinical nursing experience in critical care and hospital administration to the academic setting. Her interests include adult and pediatric burn care, and health care leadership, management, policy, and finance. Her current research focuses on adolescent and young adult burn survivors’ adaptation to consequencesRead more..
Given, Patricia Murray Assistant Professor
Griffiths, Barbara Assistant Professor
Dr. Griffith’s career spans 40 plus years of clinical practice with a background in: critical care, medical surgical nursing and endoscopy/ambulatory surgery nursing with a specialty in gastroenterology. Her interests include nursing education, distance education and simulation.Read more..
Gross, Patti Lecturer, MSW Field Education DirectorProfessor Gross has been in the field of social work since 1988. She has taught on the Adjunct Faculty of New York University's Silver School of Social Work since 1990. She has taught courses on working with Substance Abusers and their Families; Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered persons, Human Behavior Read more..
Humphreys, Mayra Associate Professor, BSSW Program Director
Mayra Humphreys joined the College of Staten Island’s Department of Social Work faculty in 2016. Her research focuses on restorative approaches with justice-involved populations in the criminal justice system. Currently, she serves as the principal investigator in an academic- community partnership with Community Connections for Youth (CCFY) on a researchRead more..
Jeffreys, Marianne Professor
Dr. Marianne R. Jeffreys, EdD, RN, is Professor of Nursing, City University of New York (CUNY) College of Staten Island and CUNY Graduate College (PhD in Nursing program) in Manhattan. Her grant-funded research, consultations, publications, and professional presentations encompass the topics of cultural competence, nontraditional students, student retention and achievement,Read more..
Knikou, Maria Professor
Dr. Knikou is a neurophysiologist working for more than 15 years on delineating the neural basis of movement and muscle tone in people with and without an injury and after training. Her recent research work concentrate on 1) functional reorganization of cortico-spinal connections after treadmill training in people with motorRead more..
Lunney, Margaret Professor Emeritus
Dr. Lunney is a clinical nurse specialist in community health nursing, with a background in home care nursing and public health. Since 1981, she has been active in development and advocacy for standardized nursing languages, especially nursing diagnoses as they apply to community health nursing. She has received local, national, andRead more..