School of Professional Studies Faculty Accomplishments
Berkeley College faculty members were recognized for various accomplishments during recent months. Here are the highlights:
Cristina Guarneri has a new book published, “A Train to Nowhere” that will be released in March 2018.
In May 2017, Daniel Coss, CPP, Justice Studies, was featured on Newark Public Radio station WBGO 88.3 during the National Security Forum at Berkeley College in Woodland Park, NJ. During the segment, Dr. Coss and his mother, Kathy Sanders, recall the tragedy of losing their young family members during the Oklahoma City bombing.
Charlane Brown-Wyands, JD, Co-Chair, Justice Studies, was interviewed by The Record for a story about Wes Bellamy, EdD, Vice Mayor of Charlottesville, VA, and his keynote address during the Diversity Issues in Higher Education Conference. The event, sponsored by the American Conference on Diversity, was held at Berkeley College in Woodland Park, in November 2017. In the story, Dr. Brown-Wyands described Dr. Bellamy’s address as “a message of courageous leadership.”
Cristina Guarneri, EdD, Justice Studies, is the author of Solemn Vow, a nonfiction novel that explores the downward spiral of the political machine to what is seen today as the political reformer. The novel was published by Vintage Press in September 2017.
In June 2017, Gary Krulish, Co-Chair, Justice Studies, was interviewed by North Jersey newspaper The Record for the story “Arab-American Woman Blazes Path in Paterson.” The story highlights student Huda Shalabi’s aspirations to break down barriers for Arab women in law enforcement. Mr. Krulish describes Ms. Shalabi as a dedicated, proactive student who makes her own opportunities.