Professional Education Unit

Division of Education Program - Graduate Education Office - Kellenberg Hall - K326
516.323.3115 or 3119

Maureen T. Walsh, Ed.D., Dean of the Division of Education. 516.323.3111

Joanne O'Brien, Ed. D., Associate Dean and Director Graduate Programs in Education
Linda Kraemer, Ed.D. Associate Dean and Director of Undergraduate Programs in Education
Vincent Tumminello, M.S., Coordinator of Graduate Education Programs - Certifications
Eve Dieringer, Ed.D., Director of Field Placement, Kellenberg Field Placement Office
Joanna Alcruz, Ph.D., Accreditation Coordinator

Professor Emeriti: Karen A. Edwards, Samuel Carpentier, S. Bernadette Donovan, O.P.

Professors: Audrey Cohan, Vicky Giouroukakis, Andrea Honigsfeld, Charles Howlett, Peter Lynch, Marjorie Schiering,  Laura Shea Doolan

Associate Professors: Michelle Chamblin, Maria Dove, Linda Kraemer, Patricia Mason, Carrie McDermott, Jacqueline Nenchin, Vincent Pane, Kevin Sheehan, Alexandria Wolochuk, O.P.

Assistant Professors: Maggie Blair, Audra Cerruto, Maria Esposito, Mubina Schroeder

Fulltime Instructor: Francine Wisnewski

Adjunct Assistant Professors:
Debra LoVerde

Adjunct Instructors: Eileen Burke Patricia Fallon, Xiomara Flowers, Robin Fruman, Rickey Moroney,
Laura Pearson-Wenger, Sal Rizzo, Jessica Ryan, John Salvato, David Smith, Catherine, Turano, Leslie Wecksler

Molloy teachers are characterized by their depth and breadth of knowledge in the academic content areas and in professional education, their ability to engage others as a community of learners, their enthusiasm for teaching and their commitment to become reflective practitioners, as well as life-long learners. Therefore, the Molloy graduate can be described as a values-based professional helping students or groups of students to:

  • Clarify for themselves the nature of their own questions, in terms they can pursue
  • Interpret their findings, in relation to other knowledge they have generated
  • Pursue a course of action grounded in study, contemplation and reflection

To meet the vision of the education program, Molloy seeks to:

  • Identify, recruit and retain faculty who are eager to represent, support and promote the shared vision and purpose of the professional education program
  • Collaborate with arts and sciences faculty, who are committed to these proficiencies, in developing a strong content foundation for teacher candidates
  • Partner with P-12 schools to collaboratively design teacher education programs, coursework and field experiences
  • Develop comprehensive opportunities for our candidates to assimilate the core values as they become exemplary teachers of knowledge, skills and values/dispositions
  • Regularly assess core values and the programs based on them for continued growth and excellence
  • Utilize the appropriate technology for data collection and strategic planning
  • Embrace diversity and the quest for social justice
  • Integrate relevant and responsible technology into all professional activities

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Dean, Maureen T. Walsh, Ed.D., Professor
1000 Hempstead Avenue Kellenberg Hall, K-326 Rockville Centre, New York 11571-5002