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Faculty Profiles

Our Briarcliffe College Bethpage instructors work hard everyday to help students get the most from their education.

While the Briarcliffe faculty possesses many diverse skills and interests, their primary commitment is to educate students in the classroom. Their combination of teaching ability and industry experience offers you invaluable first-hand expertise you can utilize to succeed in the modern business world.

  • Our graphic design faculty is composed of successful freelance artists in advertising, publishing, animation, web design, interactive design and graphic design in a multitude of industries.
  • Our criminal justice faculty has experience in both public and private security, law enforcement and corrections.
  • Our business administration faculty includes successful business executives, as well as entrepreneurs, accountants and marketing and management experts.
  • Our liberal arts faculty has a thorough knowledge of their individual disciplines, gleaned from years of experience in the real world.
  • Our technology faculty includes experienced engineers, programming and networking professionals and technologists who use their real-world background to enhance their students’ education.

At Briarcliffe College, help is never far away, so please feel free to contact us at any time to learn more about our school and programs or to apply for admission. Please note that not all programs are available at all locations.

Faculty Profiles:

Rachel Andoscia
Karyn Cernera Bush
Mark Frascinella
Brian Schorr
Socrates Boussioss
Gail Stratford
David Naylor
Marilyn Hluszko
Joseph Greco
Nicholas P. Pasquarello
Karen Pellecchia
Steve Byers
Michael Mastermaker
Louis Mayr
Oriana Bogler
Nicholas Koumbiadis
Catherine Kimmel
James Burke
Joseph M. Achtziger
Diane Sagesser
Stan Smith
Dr. Richard Morfopoulos
Catherine Tyrie
Francis J. Balducci
Victor G. Petrigliano, Esq.
Robert Field
Bruce Wigutow
Dr. George Weissinger



Name:
Rachel Andoscia

Contact Info:
516-918-3620
Randoscia@bcl.edu

Title/Position:
Criminal Justice Program Chair

Educational Background:
B.A. Criminology – John Jay College of Criminal Justice
M.A. Forensic Psychology – John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Work Experience:
Program Chair, Assistant Professor, Fraud Investigator, Child Welfare Advocate & Court Liaison

What I teach at Briarcliffe College:
Criminal Justice, Forensic Psychology

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Name:
Karyn Cernera Bush

Contact Info:
516-918-3619 or 631-730-2056
Kcernera@bcl.edu

Title/Position:
Chairman of Graphic Design, Asst. Professor

Educational Background:
Pratt Institute 2006 MFA in sculpture.
Undergraduate degrees from Adelphi University and Katharine Gibbs School complete her Studio and Graphic Design educational background. Karyn began her early art education taking extracurricular advanced studio courses at The Cooper Union and intensive design courses at Parsons School of Design in New York City.

Work Experience:
Karyn Cernera Bush has over ten years experience in the commercial Graphic Design field. Some accomplishments include: Art Director and Studio Manager for local artist studio, Pre-press Specialist for local print houses including PIP Printing and American Litho and Graphic Artist/Public Relations personnel for the Art League of Long Island.

In addition to her experience in the Graphic Design field, Karyn has been working as a Fine Art and Design faculty member at colleges including Briarcliffe College, Katharine Gibbs School, Dowling College and local non-profit art studios including Art League of Long Island and the Mills Pond House at Smithtown Arts Council. Classes taught range from traditional studio practice to high-end print design.

In 2006, Karyn received the “Artist in Residence” award at the Alpan Gallery in Huntington, NY. This residency concluded with a three man exhibition showcasing “Homecoming”, her large-scale, conceptual installation. This accomplishment comes in addition to a strong exhibition record in local, Brooklyn and Manhattan based art galleries including her 2006 solo exhibit “An American Dream” located at the Steuben Gallery in Brooklyn, NY.

What I teach at Briarcliffe College:
Graphic Design technology and studio-based foundation and advanced courses including: GD102, GD103, GD118, GD430, GD495, GD498, GD499, HI101

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Name:
Mark Frascinella

Contact Info:
631-730-2034 (Patchogue) or 516-918-3625 (Bethpage)
mfrascinella@bcl.edu

Title/Position:
Department Chair, Business & Technology

Educational Background:
New York University - B.S Aeronautical Engineering & Astronautics; CW Post, LIU - M.S. Management Science; Hofstra University – Certificate in Computer Programming; Novell Certified Network Engineer (CNE); Cisco Certified Academy Instructor (CCAI), Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)

Work Experience:
1 year Wind Tunnel Test Engineer, 5 years Aerospace Project Manager, 6 years as Project Manager developing underground communication systems for Electric Utilities, 8 years as Vice President and General Manager of electronics division of multi-national, 4 years Principal and Owner of consulting firm at Stony Brook High Technology Incubator developing substation automation systems for Con Edison. 7 years as Director and Dean of IT at Gibbs schools designing and teaching Computer Networking curriculums, 6 years as Department Chair and professor at Briarcliffe College.

What I teach at Briarcliffe College:
PD115, CT217, CT215

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Name:
Brian Schorr

Contact Info:
516-918-3621 or 631-730-3424
bschorr@bcl.edu

Title/Position:
Department Chair of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Educational Background:
J.D. Touro Law Center 2000
B.A. Political Science, California State University, Northridge 1996

Work Experience:
Briarcliffe College – Assistant Adjunct Professor
Interboro Institute – Assistant Chair, Department of Law and Criminal Justice
Hofstra University – Adjunct Lecturer
Queensborough Community College/CUNY – Adjunct Lecturer

What I teach at Briarcliffe College:
PL-111, HU-104, BA-120, BA-235, LL-121, LL-128 and LL-130

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Name:
Socrates Boussios

Contact Info:
516-918-3817

Title/Position:
Assistant Professor

Educational Background:
Present - Columbia University, PhD candidate
1999 - Stony Brook University, MS in Applied Math
1996- Stony Brook University, MS in Management Policy
1994- Stony Brook University, BA in Economics and Social Sciences

Work Experience:
7 years, Assistant Professor - Briarcliffe College
3 years, Finance Department - Saint Charles Hospital

What I teach at Briarcliffe College:
MA 001, MA 101, MA 102, MA 202, MA 305, PH 200

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Name:
Gail Stratford

Contact Info:
516-918-3612
gstratford@briarcliffe.edu

Title/Position:
Assistant Professor
Director of Student Outcomes Assessment

Educational Background:
Hofstra University B.A. 1978; M.A. 1979 English

Work Experience:
9 years @ Briarcliffe College

What I teach at Briarcliffe College:
EG 101, 102, 103, 201, 203, 207; HU 101, Pl 111, SE 101, HU 104

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Name:
David Naylor

Contact Info:
631-730-2077
dnaylor@bcl.edu

Title/Position:
Assistant Professor

Educational Background:
NY Institute of Technology, MA in Communication, BS in General Studies

Work Experience:
Briarcliffe College March 2001 - present
Katharine Gibbs June 1998 - March 2001

What I teach at Briarcliffe College:
HU103, HU105, SE101

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Name:
Marilyn Hluszko

Contact Info:
516-918-3814
mhluszko@bcl.edu

Title/Position:
Assistant Professor Liberal Arts and Sciences

Educational Background:
B.A. Queens College
M.S. Buffalo State College

Work Experience:
Briarcliffe College
2006-present full-time: Assistant Professor
1992-2005 p/t adjunct
1982-1991 full-time

What I teach at Briarcliffe College:
Collegiate Learning (HU105), English Skills (EG001), Dev. Reading (PA002), English Composition I (EG101), English Composition II (EG102)

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Name:
Joseph Greco

Contact Info:
516-918-3821
jgreco@briarcliff.edu

Title/Position:
Associate Professor, Liberal Arts and Sciences

Educational Background:
PhD in English, State University of New York at Stony Brook
MA in English, University of South Florida
BA in English, University of South Florida

Work Experience:
English Instructor (TA) at USF, from 1986-1988; at Stony Brook, from 1989-1996; Adjunct Instructor at
Suffolk Community College, from 1991-1994; at Nassau Community College, from 1994-2000; at CW
Post, from 1996-2000; Associate Professor at Briarcliffe, from 2001-present

What I teach at Briarcliffe College:
EG 101, 102, 201, 001; PA 002

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Name:
Oriana Bogler

Contact Info:
631-730-2021
OBogler@briarcliffe.edu

Title/Position:
Mathematics Instructor

Educational Background:
SUNY Stony Brook University, Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Master of Arts in Mathematics. NYS
Mathematics certified 7-12

Work Experience:
I worked 7 years for Bay Shore School District as a mathematics home instructor, AIS math teacher, and
substitute teacher. Worked one year at Baldwin High School teaching 7th grade math and algebra.
Taught at Glen Cove High School teaching SAT math, Math A and Math B.

What I teach at Briarcliffe College:
MA 001, MA 101, MA 102, MA 202, MA 204, MA 305

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Name:
Nicholas P. Pasquarello

Title/Position:
Assistant Professor – Criminal Justice

Educational Background:
Master of Science in Criminal Justice - C.W. Post University, May 2002
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice – C.W. Post University, April 1991
A.S. in Criminal Justice – Nassau Community College – May 1980

Work Experience:
Twenty years of law enforcement in the New York City Police Department. Held the ranks of police officer,
detective, and sergeant. Have been a professor at Briarcliffe College since 2004.

Courses Taught:
CJ 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice, CJ 102 Juvenile Justice, CJ 104 Administration of Criminal
Justice, CJ 105 Criminal Law, CJ 106 Criminal Procedure, HU 104Ethics, SO 105 The Sociology of Crime
and Deviance

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Name:
Karen Pellecchia

Contact Info:
516-918-3734
kpellecchia@bcl.edu

Title/Position:
Associate Professor, Graphic Design

Educational Background:
Pratt Institute Parsons School of Design/ BA, Fine Art Queens College/ MFA, Painting and Drawing
Brooklyn College

Work Experience:
Faculty: 10 plus years Briarcliffe College/ Faculty: Nassau Community College/ Faculty: Molloy College
Fashion Design/Pellecchia Inc./ freelance Interior Design

What I teach at Briarcliffe College:
GD 102,202,302,402,220,320,332,117,118,430,498,499

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Name:
Steve Byers

Contact Info:
631-730-2057
sbyers@bcl.edu

Title/Position:
Instructor

Educational Background:
MFA Yale University BFA Carnegie Mellon University

Work Experience:
35 years International Graphic Design and Business Development; Director of Typography for Heidelberg
Druckmachinen AG; President of Steve Byers Limited; President of Type Associates Inc

What I teach at Briarcliffe College:
GD 101, GD 103, GD 106, GD 109, GD 206, GD 208, GD 212, GD 224, GD 239, GD 334, GD 335, GD
430, GD 495, GD 498/499

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Name:
Michael Mastermaker

Contact Info:
631-730-2078
mmastermaker@bcl.edu

Title/Position:
Graphic Design Instructor

Educational Background:
AAS Advertising Art and Design, SUNY Farmingdale, BA Visual Art, Dowling College, MFA Design and
Technology, Parsons School of Design

Work Experience:
15 years of experience in both Web and Print Design. Multimedia designer for Educational Suppliers,
Illustrator and 3d Modeler. Worked as an art director, handling marketing materials and content for a large
IT company. Designed small scale flash games to teach children about design for the Cooper Hewitt.

What I teach at Briarcliffe College:
GD213, GD209, GD208, GD272, GD 204, GD226, GD103

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Name:
Louis Mayr

Contact Info:
(B) 516-918-3825
(P) 631-730-1014
lmayr@briarcliffe.edu

Title/Position:
Instructor, Criminal Justice

Educational Background:
BA Criminal Justice, John Jay College
MA Criminal Justice, John Jay College

Work Experience:
Retired Captain, New York City Police Department. Held management positions in the following units
within the NYPD: Support Service Bureau, Organized Crime Control Bureau, Patrol Services Bureau and
the Legal Bureau.

What I teach at Briarcliffe College:
CJ 102 Juvenile Justice, CJ 103 American Correctional Institutions, CJ 104 Administration of Criminal
Justice, CJ 105 Criminal Law, CJ 201 Criminal Investigation, CJ 204 Police and Police Operations, CJ
205 Survey of Computer Crime, CJ 207 Organized Crime, CJ 209 Criminology, CJ 298 Criminal Justice
Internship, CJ 302 Police Supervision and Management, CJ 303 Correctional Administration, CJ 305
Crime Prevention

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Name:
Nicholas Koumbiadis

Contact Info:
516-918-3808
lmayr@briarcliffe.edu

Title/Position:
Business/ Accounting, Assistant Professor

Educational Background:
D.B.A. 2009, University of Phoenix, Expected March 2010 Major: Business Administration GPA 3.80/ (Focus Accounting) Dissertation: “Ethical Perception of Accounting Graduates in Post Secondary Institutions: An investigation into the mandated ASCAP curriculum change.” M.B.A. 2002, Adelphi University Major: Business Administration /Accounting. BABY 2001, Adelphi University Magna cum laude Major: Accounting, Minor: Finance

Work Experience:
Owner of NUKE Associates, LLC 2002-Present (Accounting Firm) serving Public and Not-for-Profit entities. Pager & Fenton Certified Public Accountants, LIP 2000-2002. Accountant for three Not-for-Profit Organizations in Long Island. CEO of Hellenic Design Corp 1990-1998. Consultant Non- Profit Organizations/ Profit Organizations, Bellmore Dermatology, POLK. Start-up Business Consultant.Certified ProAdvisor QuickBooks. Tax preparer for individuals, corporations, and partnerships.

What I teach at Briarcliffe College:
Advanced Accounting Theory (AC 430), Governmental and Not-for-Profit Accounting (AC 427), Advanced Taxation II (AC 320), Principles of Auditing (AC 323), Federal Income Taxation (AC 209), Intermediate Accounting I & 2 (AC 207-208), Cost Accounting (AC 221), and Principles of Accounting 1 & 2 (AC 101-102).

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Name:
Catherine Kimmel

Contact Info:
631-730-2044 & 516-918-3736
kkimmel@bcl.edu

Title/Position:
Business and Technology Department, Instructor

Educational Background:
SUNY, College at Buffalo – BS, Business Education
Dowling College – MBA, Management

Work Experience:
Briarcliffe College, adjunct and full-time instructor for 20 years.
NCC, Business Department, 1 year, Levittown School District, 3 years

What I teach at Briarcliffe College:
Business Communications, Business Ethics, Database Systems Management, Integrated Software Applications, International Business, Introduction to Computers, Introduction to Management, Introduction to the Internet, Keyboarding (all levels), Legal Office Procedures, Lotus, Medical Coding (CPT-4/ICD-9),Medical Insurance Procedures, Medical Terminology, Medical/Legal Keyboarding, Medical/Machine Transcription, Microsoft Mouse Certification Course (all programs), Principles of Business, Public Relations, Speedwriting, Spreadsheet Modeling and Simulations (Excel), Visual Communications (PowerPoint, PageMaker & Publisher), Word Processing (all levels)

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Name:
James Burke

Contact Information:
516-918-3735
jburke@bcl.edu

Title/Position:
Instructor/Business Administration Department

Educational Background:
Pace University DPS Degree ABD status International Business and Marketing Management
Dowling College MBA Business Management 1988
Dowling College BBA Business Administration 1983
Suffolk Community College AAS Business Administration 1980

Work Experience:
20 years as faculty member at Briarcliffe College, 8 years as the Evening Campus Director at Briarcliffe College. 8 years as an Adjunct instructor at Dowling College. 4 years as an Import/Export Manager, Overseas Military Sales and 1.5 years as an Administrator with Van Reekum Paper

What I teach at Briarcliffe:
BA 101, BA 102, BA 103, BA 104, BA 129, BA 200, BA 206, BA 209, BA 212, BA 213, BA 219, BA 222, BA 321, BA 323, BA 326 and BA 327

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Name:
Joseph M. Achtziger

Contact Info:
516-918-3819
jachtziger@bcl.edu

Title/Position:
Assistant Professor, Business Department

Educational Background:
M.S. (Industrial Management), Brooklyn Polytechnic University
B.B.A. (Marketing/Economics), St. John’s University

Work Experience:
15 Years Briarcliffe College, 8 Years as an Assistant Director and 7Years as an Instructor: 10 Years St.
John’s University as an Adjunct Instructor: 1 Year Nassau Community College and Adelphi University as
an Adjunct Instructor: 27 Years Grumman Corporation in various management positions: 20 Years N.Y.S.
Real Estate License, 15 Years as an Associate Broker and 5 Years as a Salesperson

What I teach at Briarcliffe College:
BA101, BA102, BA103, BA104, BA105, BA206, BA209, BA210, BA212, BA213, BA219, BA222, BA338

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Name:
Diane Sagesser

Contact Info:
516-918-3616
dsagesser@bcl.edu

Title/Position:
Assistant Professor

Educational Background:
BSPLS Dowling College, Long Island, New York
MBA Dowling College, Long Island, New York
NYS Permanent Business Education Certification Dowling College, Long Island New York
NYS Permanent Elementary Education Certification C.W. Post, Brookville, New York
NYS Permanent Reading Certification C.W. Post, Brookville, New York
Currently working on DBA North Central University, Arizona

Work Experience:
21 years teaching with Briarcliffe College
10 years Substitute teaching various school districts on Long Island

What I teach at Briarcliffe College:
BA129, BA230, BA231, BA236, BA111, BA326, BA140, PA002, HU105, EN100, BA327, BA120

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Name:
Stan Smith

Contact Info:
516-918-3618
ssmith@bcl.edu

Title/Position:
Full Time Faculty (Information Technology)

Educational Background:
B.S. Wentworth Institute of Technology in Electronic Engineering
M.S. Capella University in Information Technology

Work Experience:
17 years Briarcliffe College as Assistant Professor (3 years dept. coordinator), 8 years NYIT as adjunct
Assistant Professor, 19 years Digital Communications Products as Director of Engineering

What I teach at Briarcliffe:
CT101, CT107, CT200, CT206, CT210, CT215, CT316, TC110, PD101, PD103, PD115, MA101

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Name:
Dr. Richard Morfopoulos

Contact information:
631-730-2081
rmorfopoulos@bcl.edu

Title/Position:
Associate Professor Business Administration

Educational Background:
State University of New York at Albany /Organizational Studies / Ph.D.
New York Institute of Technology/ Center for Labor and Industrial Relations/ M.S. with distinction
State University of New York at Binghamton/ Rhetoric and Literature/B.S.

Work Experience:
Executive Recruiter/ Management Recruiters International & Dunhill International
Consultant/ Public Sector Negotiations/ Value Management Consultants
Nonprofit/ Clubhouse of Suffolk

What I teach at Briarcliffe College:
BA 200, BA 219, BA 338, BA 425, HU 104

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Name:
Catherine Tyrie

Contact Info:
631-730-2096
ctyrie@bcl.edu

Title/Position:
Assistant Professor

Educational Background:
Dowling College, Suffolk County Community College, Secondary Education Business and Marketing Certification.

Work Experience:
8 Years Briarcliffe College as Assistant Professor, 7 Years First Data Merchant Services managing accounts, 1 Year Katharine Gibbs School as Instructor

What I teach at Briarcliffe College:
BA 101, BA 102, BA 103, BA 104, BA 129, BA 236, BA 206, BA 210, BA 213, BA424

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Name:
Francis J. Balducci

Title/Position:
Interim Chairperson, Department for Criminal Justice and Paralegal Studies

Education:
Master of Public Administration, summa cum laude, Specialization: Criminal Justice Policy and Administration, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York
Master of Arts in Criminal Justice, Specialization: Criminal Law and Procedure, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York
Bachelor of Science in Police Studies, cum laude, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York

Work Experience:
Briarcliffe College, Interim Chairperson/Instructor, Department for Criminal Justice and Paralegal Studies
The ASA Institute, Assistant Chairperson, Criminal Justice Division
Katherine Gibbs School, Adjunct Professor, Department for Criminal Justice
New York City Police Department, Senior Research Analyst, Criminal Justice Bureau
Training Director, Office of Management and Budget, Senior Instructor/Legal Curriculum Coordinator,Police Academy

What I teach at Briarcliffe College:
CJ 303 Correctional Administration, CJ 499 Criminal Justice Capstone Seminar, CJ 209 Criminology, CJ 304 Theories of Crime, CJ 104 Justice Administration, CJ 204 Police and Police Operations

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Name:
Victor G. Petrigliano, Esq.

Title/Position:
Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice

Education:
Juris Doctorate, St. John’s University School of Law, 1985
BBS Legal Assistance/Criminal Justice, St. John’s University 1981

Work Experience:
Attorney/Managing Partner, Petrigliano & Petrigliano, LLP 1995 to present
Attorney/Managing Partner, Memmoli & Petrigliano, 1987 to 1995
Associate Attorney, Porter & Memmoli 1985 to 1987
Co-Author, New York State approved continuing educational courses
Lecturer, Suffolk County Bar Association

What I teach at Briarcliffe College:
Administration of Criminal Justice, American Correctional Institutions, Business Law I & II, Computer Crimes & Forensics, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Criminology, Forensic Psychology, Introduction to Criminal Justice, Introduction to Law, Juvenile Justice, Organized Crime, Private Security, Probation, Parole, and Rehabilitation, Real Property Law, Sociology, Sociology of Crime and Deviance, Victims in the Criminal Justice System

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Name:
Robert Field

Contact Info:
516-918-3824
RField@bcl.edu

Title/Position:
Graphic Design Program - Assistant Professor

Educational Background:
M. A., Syracuse University
B. A., LIU C.W. Post Campus

Work Experience:
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY - Biomedical Communications Department –
Scientific Illustrator/ Graphic Designer/ Manager
Curative Health Services, Hauppauge, NY – Senior Graphic Designer for web and print-based marketing
and medical education
Freelance Illustrator/ Graphic Designer for a variety of publications and companies

What I teach at Briarcliffe College:
GD 102, 103, 104, 106, 109, 117, 202, 204, 212, 213, 445, 495, 498/499
HI 101

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Name:
Bruce Wigutow

Contact Information:
Patchogue: 631-730-2082
Bethpage: 516-910-3810
Cell Phone: 516-503-4145
bwigutow@bcl.edu

Title/Position:
Associate Professor Liberal Arts

Educational Background:
Long Island University - C. W. Post Campus: MS in English/Education; Ohio University: BS in Communications; Nova Southeastern University: Classes toward Ed.D in Higher Education

Work Experience:
15 years as Instructor/Associate Professor at Briarcliffe College; 9 years as Adjunct Associate Professor at Farmingdale State College; 2 years in the Academic Resource Center at Long Island University - C. W. Post Campus; 3 years as Assistant Sports Information Director at Iona College

What I Teach at Briarcliffe College:
BA217; BA218; EG001; EG101; EG102; EG103; EG201; EG203; EG204; EG205; HU104; HU105; PL111; SE101

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Name:
Dr. George Weissinger

Title/Position:
Associate Professor – Criminal Justice

Education:
Ph.D., New York University, Graduate School of Arts & Science, Sociology

Work Experience:
Special Agent USINS; Sr. US Parole Officer EDNY (over twenty five years federal law enforcement experience); College Professor, over thirty years experience.

What I Teach at Briarcliffe College:
Sociology courses; criminal justice courses

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