Full-Time Faculty and Instructional Specialists

College of Arts and Sciences

Biology (B.S.)

Dr. Patrice E. Moss, Clare Boothe Luce Associate Professor of Biochemistry (program chair)
Dr. Cynthia DeBoy, Clare Boothe Luce Associate Professor of Biology
Dr. Karobi Moitra, Clare Boothe Luce Associate Professor of Molecular Biology
Dr. Mia Ray, Clare Boothe Luce Associate Professor of Biology
Dr. Kaitlin Wellens, Clare Boothe Luce Assistant Professor of Biology
Dr. Patrice Nielson, Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies

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Business Administration (B.A.)

Dr. Diana Watts, Associate Professor of Business Administration (program chair)
Dr. Lynda Jackson, Assistant Professor of Business Administration

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Chemistry/Biochemistry (B.S.)

Dr. Shizuka Hsieh, Associate Professor of Chemistry (program chair)
Dr. Anette Casiano-Negroni, Clare Boothe Luce Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Dr. Patrice E. Moss, Clare Boothe Luce Associate Professor of Biochemistry

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Communication (B.A.)

Dr. Jamey Piland, Associate Professor of Communication (program chair)
Ms. Kemberly Stephens, Visiting Instructor of Communication 

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Community Education (B.A.)

Dr. Jennifer Lee, Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education (program chair)

Faculty in the School of Education also support Trinity’s undergraduate education program.

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Criminal Justice (B.A.)

Mr. Vernon Scott, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice (program chair)
Dr. E. Wairimu Mwangi, Assistant Professor of Sociology

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Early Childhood/ Elementary Education (B.A.)

Dr. Jennifer Lee, Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education (program chair)

Faculty in the School of Education also support Trinity’s undergraduate education program.

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Economics (Minor)

Dr. A. Cristina Parsons, Associate Professor of Economics (program chair)
Dr. Dennis Farley, Visiting Professor of Economics

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English (B.A.)

Dr. Bill Beverly, Associate Professor of English (program chair)
Ms. Wendy Bilen, Assistant Professor of English
Dr. Rewa Burnham, Associate Professor of English
Dr. Elizabeth Child, Professor of English
Ms. Jill Weiler, Visiting Professor of English
The English program is also supported by a dedicated team of Instructional Specialists.

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Fine Arts (Minor)

Dr. Rebecca Jeffrey Easby, Associate Professor of Art History (program chair)

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Forensic Science (B.S.)

Dr. Cynthia DeBoy, Clare Boothe Luce Associate Professor of Biology (program chair)
Dr. Shizuka Hsieh, Associate Professor of Chemistry
Dr. Patrice E. Moss, Clare Boothe Luce Associate Professor of Biochemistry
Mr. Thomas Mostowy, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
Mr. Vernon Scott, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice

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Global Affairs (B.A.)

Dr. James Stocker, Associate Professor of International Affairs; Executive Director of the Trinity Global Leadership Initiative (program chair)
Dr. Joshua Wright, Associate Professor of Global Affairs
Dr. Allen Pietrobon, Assistant Professor of Global Affairs
Dr. Kimberly Monroe, Assistant Professor of Global Affairs

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Health Services (B.S.)

Dr. Nicole Betschman, Assistant Professor of Health Services

Faculty representing diverse disciplines in the School of Nursing and Health Professions, College of Arts & Sciences and School of Professional Studies collaborate with and contribute to the Health Services program.

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History (B.A.)

Dr. James Stocker, Associate Professor of International Affairs; Executive Director of the Trinity Global Leadership Initiative (program chair)
Dr. Joshua Wright, Associate Professor of Global Affairs
Dr. Allen Pietrobon, Assistant Professor of Global Affairs
Dr. Kimberly Monroe, Assistant Professor of Global Affairs
Dr. Mary Lynn Rampolla, Associate Professor of History
Dr. Susan Farnsworth, Professor of History

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Human Relations (B.A.)

Dr. Stacey-Ann Baugh, Associate Professor of Psychology (program chair)
Dr. Deborah Harris O’Brien, Associate Professor of Psychology
Dr. Christopher Bishop, Associate Professor of Psychology
Dr. E. Wairimu Mwangi, Assistant Professor of Sociology
Dr. Carlota Ocampo, Associate Professor of Psychology; Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs
Dr. Debbie Van Camp, Associate Professor of Psychology; Associate Provost for Academic Assessment

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Instructional Specialists- CAS

Mr. Carlos Cardenas, Instructional Math Specialist
Ms. Dena-Carol Seamon, Math Specialist
Dr. Akia Jackson, Reading/Writing Specialist
Ms. Kia Joppy, Reading and Writing Specialist
Ms. Jill Weiler, Visiting Writing Specialist

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Journalism and Media Studies (B.A.)

Dr. Peggy Lewis, Executive Dean, School of Business and Graduate Studies and School of Professional Studies

The Journalism and Media Studies program is offered in conjunction with the School of Professional Studies.

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Mathematics (B.S.)

Dr. Kerry Luse, Clare Boothe Luce Associate Professor of Mathematics (program chair)
Dr. Lee Chiang, Associate Professor of Mathematics
Dr. Sita Ramamurti, Professor of Mathematics, Dean of College of Arts and Sciences

The Mathematics program is also supported by a dedicated team of Instructional Specialists.

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Medical Sociology (Minor)

Dr. E. Wairimu Mwangi, Assistant Professor of Sociology (program chair)

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Nursing (B.S.N.)

Denise Pope, Ph.D., Associate Dean of Nursing, Chief Nursing Officer
Dr. Intima Alrimawai, Assistant Professor of Nursing
Denyse Barkley, Ph.D., RN, Assistant Professor of Nursing
Ms. Sharie Blythe, RN, MSN, Assistant Professor of Nursing
Ms. Kristie Davis-Collins, Assistant Professor of Nursing
Carrie O’Reilly, Ph.D, RN, Director of Clinical Simulation and Laboratory Operations; Assistant Professor of Nursing
Keisha Rollins-Monroe, RN, Assistant Professor; Conway Scholar Mentor, School of Nursing and Health Professions
Ms. Khafi Muhammad, Assistant Professor of Nursing

*The Nursing program is offered in conjunction with the School of Nursing and Health Professions

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Occupational Therapy (B.S.)

Ms. Lisa Simmons, Occupational Therapy Assistant Program Director (program chair)
Dr. Elizabeth Palmer, Occupational Therapy Academic Programs Fieldwork Coordinator

The Occupational Therapy program is offered in conjunction with the School of Nursing and Health Professions

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Philosophy (Minor)

Dr. Steven Gable, Associate Professor of Philosophy (program chair)

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Political Science (B.A.)

Dr. James Stocker, Associate Professor of International Affairs; Executive Director of the Trinity Global Leadership Initiative (program chair)
Dr. Erin Carriere-Kretschmer, Visiting Associate Professor
Dr. Joshua Wright, Associate Professor of Global Affairs
Dr. Allen Pietrobon, Assistant Professor of Global Affairs
Dr. Kimberly Monroe, Assistant Professor of Global Affairs

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Psychology (B.A.)

Dr. Christopher Bishop, Associate Professor of Psycholog (program chair)
Dr. Stacey-Ann Baugh, Associate Professor of Psychology
Dr. Deborah Harris O’Brien, Associate Professor of Psychology
Dr. Carlota Ocampo, Associate Professor of Psychology; Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs
Dr. Debbie Van Camp, Associate Professor of Psychology; Associate Provost for Academic Assessment

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Religious Studies and Theology (Minor)

Sr. Camilla Burns, SND, PhD, Distinguished Professor of Religious Studies (program chair)
Sr. Mary Johnson, SND, PhD, Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Religious Studies

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Sociology (B.A.)

Dr. E. Wairimu Mwangi, Assistant Professor of Sociology (program chair)
Sr. Mary Johnson, SND, PhD, Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Religious Studies
Dr. Hans Momplaisir, Assistant Professor of Sociology
Dr. Roxana Moayedi, Professor of Sociology

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Women’s Studies (Minor)

Dr. Jamey Piland, Associate Professor of Communication (program chair)
Faculty representing diverse disciplines in the College of Arts and Sciences collaborate with and contribute to the Women’s Studies program.

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School of Professional Studies

Accounting (B.S.)

Ms. Rehva Jones, MBA, Director of Business Programs (program chair)

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Business Administration (B.S.)

Ms. Rehva Jones, MBA, Director of Business Programs (program chair)
Mr. V.R. Nemani, Associate Professor of Business Administration

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Business Administration with Human Resource Management (B.S.)

Ms. Rehva Jones, MBA, Director of Business Programs (program chair)
Mr. V.R. Nemani, Associate Professor of Business Administration

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Criminal Justice (B.A.)

Mr. Thomas Mostowy, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice (program chair)

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Early Childhood Community Education (B.A.)

Dr. Marie Celeste, Director and Chair of Early Childhood Education and Associate Professor of Education

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Early Childhood Education (A.A. and B.A.)

Dr. Marie Celeste, Director and Chair of Early Childhood Education and Associate Professor of Education

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Health Services (B.S.)

Dr. Nicole Betschman, Assistant Professor of Health Services

Faculty representing diverse disciplines in the School of Nursing and Health Professions, College of Arts & Sciences and School of Professional Studies collaborate with and contribute to the Health Services program.

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Human Relations (B.A.)

Dr. Daryl Thorne, Assistant Professor of Human Relations (program chair)

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Instructional Specialists- SPS

Mr. Khabeer Salaam, Math Specialist

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Journalism and Media Studies

Dr. Peggy Lewis, Executive Dean, School of Business and Graduate Studies and School of Professional Studies

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Psychology

Faculty representing diverse disciplines in the School of Professional Studies collaborate with and contribute to the Psychology program.

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School of Nursing and Health Professions

Undergraduate Programs

Health Services (B.S.)

Dr. Nicole Betschman, Assistant Professor of Health Services

Faculty representing diverse disciplines in the School of Nursing and Health Professions, College of Arts & Sciences and School of Professional Studies collaborate with and contribute to the Health Services program.

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Occupational Therapy Assistant (B.S.)

Ms. Lisa Simmons, Occupational Therapy Assistant Program Director (program chair)
Dr. Elizabeth Palmer, Occupational Therapy Academic Programs Fieldwork Coordinator

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Pre-Licensure Nursing (B.S.N.)/ (R.N. to B.S.N.)
Second Degree B.S.N.

Denise Pope, Ph.D., Associate Dean of Nursing, Chief Nursing Officer
Dr. Intima Alrimawai, Assistant Professor of Nursing
Denyse Barkley, Ph.D., RN, Assistant Professor of Nursing
Ms. Sharie Blythe, RN, MSN, Assistant Professor of Nursing
Ms. Kristie Davis-Collins, Assistant Professor of Nursing
Carrie O’Reilly, Ph.D, RN, Director of Clinical Simulation and Laboratory Operations; Assistant Professor of Nursing
Keisha Rollins-Monroe, RN, Assistant Professor; Conway Scholar Mentor, School of Nursing and Health Professions
Ms. Khafi Muhammad, Assistant Professor of Nursing

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Graduate Programs

Clinical Mental Health Counseling/School Counseling (M.A.)

Dr. Cynthia Greer, Associate Professor of Counseling, Educating for Change
Dr. Luane Oprea, Associate Professor of Counseling
Dr. Diane Reese, Assistant Professor of Counseling
Dr. Samantha Knox, Director of Clinical Training
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Nursing (M.S.N.)/ (R.N. to M.S.N.)

Denise Pope, Ph.D., Associate Dean of Nursing, Chief Nursing Officer
Dr. Intima Alrimawai, Assistant Professor of Nursing
Denyse Barkley, Ph.D., RN, Assistant Professor of Nursing
Ms. Kristie Davis-Collins, Assistant Professor of Nursing
Carrie O’Reilly, Ph.D, RN, Director of Clinical Simulation and Laboratory Operations; Assistant Professor of Nursing

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Occupational Therapy (M.O.T.)

Dr. Timothy Holley, Director of Master of Occupational Therapy
Dr. Rashida Daye-Campbell, Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy
Dr. Elizabeth Palmer, Occupational Therapy Academic Programs Fieldwork Coordinator

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Public Health (MPH)

Dr. Nicole Betschman, Assistant Professor of Health Services
Dr. Nicole Betschman, Assistant Professor of Health Services
Dr. Intima Alrimawai, Assistant Professor of Nursing
Denyse Barkley, Ph.D., RN, Assistant Professor of Nursing
Carrie O’Reilly, Ph.D, RN, Director of Clinical Simulation and Laboratory Operations; Assistant Professor of Nursing
Dr. Kelley Wood, Assistant Professor of Business Administration

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School of Business & Graduate Studies

Business Administration (M.B.A.)

Ms. Rehva Jones, MBA, Director of Business Programs (program chair)
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Leadership and Organizational Management (M.S.A.)

Dr. Kelley Wood, Assistant Professor of Business Administration (program chair)

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Strategic Communication and Public Relations (M.A.)

Dr. Jamal Watson, Director of Strategic Communication and Public Relations (program chair)
Dr. Peggy Lewis, Executive Dean, School of Business and Graduate Studies and School of Professional Studies

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School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction (M.Ed.)

Dr. Karen Santos Rogers, Associate Dean of Education and Associate Professor of Education 

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Education (M.A.T.)

Dr. Karen Santos Rogers, Associate Dean of Education and Associate Professor of Education 
Dr. Monique Green, Assistant Professor of Education

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Educational Administration (M.S.A.)

Dr. Gladys Williams, Educational Administration Program Director

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Faculty Emeriti

Dr. Roberta Dorr, Professor Emerita of Education
Dr. Roberta Goldberg, Professor Emerita of Sociology
Dr. Deborah Haskins, Professor Emerita of Counseling
Dr. Mary Hayes, SND, Professor Emerita of History
Dr. Konia Kollehlon, Professor Emeritus of Sociology
Dr. Deborah Litt, Professor Emerita of Education
Dr. Kathleen McGinnis, Professor Emerita of Political Science
Dr. Saundra Oyewole, Professor Emerita of Biology
Dr. Minerva San Juan, Professor Emerita of Philosophy
Dr. Sharon Shafer, Professor Emerita of Music
Dr. Loretta Shpunt, Professor Emerita of English
Dr. Shelley Tomkin, Professor Emerita of Political Science