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Division of Student Development Organizational Chart

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Jeanne C. Miller, Ph.D., Associate Vice President for Student Life

Roger Sullivan, Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management

Managers

Student Development Unit Managers

Ms. Eileen McClafferty, Academic Advisement  

Eileen McClafferty
100 Netzer Administration Building
607-436-3390 (ph)
607-436-3392 (fax)
mcclafem@oneonta.edu

Colleges/Degrees Earned:
   •Master of Public Administration, University at Albany; Bachelor of Arts, University of Notre Dame
Start date at Oneonta:
   •1983
Professional Honors:
   •1999 – Outstanding Student Advising - certificate of merit – National Academic Advising Association (NACADA)
   •1999 – First Year Experience Honorable Mention Award – National First Year Experience Association
   •2000 – Certificate of Merit – Leadership Otsego
   •2001 – SUNY Retention Symposium – Best Practices Recognition
   •2003 – SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Professional Service
Professional Organizations:
   •Member of NACADA since 1993
   •NACADA Conference Evaluation Team, Region IX 1998-9


Ms. Karen A. Brown, Admissions  

Karen Brown
Director of Admissions
116 Alumni Hall
607-436-2524 (ph)
607-436-3074 (fax)
brownka@oneonta.edu

Colleges/Degrees Earned:
   •BS Business Economics/SUNY Oneonta
   •MS Higher Education Administration/NYU
Start date at Oneonta:
   •August 1993
   •Director of Admissions 1999
Professional honors:
   •SUNY Chancellor's Award for Professional Service May 2007
   •SUNYCAP Achievement Award June 2009
Professional Organizations:
   •SUNYCAP- 2010-11 Past President; 2009-10 President
   •NYSACAC College Delegate 2004-2010


Ms. Tracey Ranieri, Athletics and Recreation  

Tracey Ranieri
Athletic Director
Room 312, Alumni Field House
607-436-2446 (ph)
raniertm@oneonta.edu

Colleges/Degrees Earned:
   •BS, Physical Education, May 1986, Ithaca College
   •MS, Cardiac Rehabilitation & Adult Fitness, May 1993, East Stroudsburg University
   •BS, Nursing, May 1995, Binghamton University
Start date at Oneonta:
   •1991
Professional Honors:
   •Award winner, City of Oneonta Trailblazer Award 2007
   •Award winner, SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Professional Service 2004
   •Award winner, NSCAA National Coach of the Year, NCAA National Champions 2003
   •Award winner, NCAA North-East Regional Coach of the Year 2003
   •Award winner, SUNYAC Coach of the Year 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2005
   •Award winner, New York State Coach of the Year 1997, 2003
   •Inductee, Ithaca College Hall of Fame, 2001
   •Award winner, Outstanding Citizens Award, National Soccer Hall of Fame Board of Directors, 1999
   •Inductee, New York State Section IV Hall of Fame, 1998
Professional Organizations:
   •NACWAA Board of Directors 2008-2009
   •Graduate, NCAA Fellows Leadership Development Program 2006
   •Graduate, NACWAA/HERS Institute for Administrative Advancement 2000, LEI 2004, Executive Institute 2008
   •Participant, NCAA Diversity Leadership Training 2002, 2005, 2010
   •Regional Chairperson, NCAA Women’s Soccer Committee 2005-2009
   •President, SUNYAC Conference 2001-2002


Melissa A. Fallon  

Melissa Fallon-Korb, Ph.D.
Director of the Counseling Center
108 Counseling, Health & Wellness Center
607-436-3368 (ph)
607-436-2074 (fax)
fallonma@oneonta.edu

Colleges/Degrees Earned:
   •Ph.D.
Start date at Oneonta:
   •August 2003
Professional Organizations:
   •American Psychological Association Member


Ms. Lynda D. Bassette, Educational Opportunity Program  

Lynda Bassette
Director of Educational Opportunity Program
332 Netzer Administration Building
607-436-2407 (ph)
607-436-3211 (fax)
bassetld@oneonta.edu

Colleges/Degrees Earned:
   •Master of Arts - English: Composition Theory and Pedagogy, State University of New York University Center at Albany
   •Bachelor of Arts – English, Teaching Certificate of Qualification Grades 7-12, Hartwick College
Start date at Oneonta:
   •September 1997
   •Director of EOP March 2002
Professional Organizations:
   •National Deputy Director, Chi Alpha Epsilon National Honor Society
   •Board of Directors, Oneonta Ancillary Services
   •Advisory Council, SUNY Delhi Center for Academic Services
   •Board of Directors, Delaware County ARC (2002 to 2005)


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Bill Goodhue
Director of Financial Aid
123 Netzer Administration Building
607-436-2992 (ph)
607-436-2659 (fax)
goodhucw@oneonta.edu

Colleges/Degrees Earned:
   •Syracuse University, BS. Biology
   •Sage Colleges, MBA Finance
Start date at Oneonta:
   •November 1996


Ms. Monica Grau, First Year Experience and Orientation  

Monica C. Grau
Director of Office of New Student Services
101 Wilsbach Hall
607-436-2255
graumc@oneonta.edu

Colleges/Degrees Earned:
   •MA Higher Education Administration, New York University
   •BS Psychology, SUNY Oneonta
Start date at Oneonta:
   •August 1994
Professional Honors:
   •Received the Outstanding Professional NODA Region IX in Spring 2006
Professional Organizations:
   •Currently Co-Coordinator of ROLI (Regional Orientation Leader Institute) for NODA Region IX


   

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Director of Student Health Center
118A Counseling, Health & Wellness Center
607-436-3573 (ph)
607-436-2074 (fax)


Mr. Robb Q. Thibault, M.S., Hunt College Union  

Robb Ryan Q. Thibault
Director, Hunt College Union
Room 220 Hunt College Union
607-436-3013 (ph)
thibaurr@oneonta.edu

Colleges/Degrees Earned:
   •B.S. History and Political Science @ Western Michigan University, 1988
   •M.S. Human Resource Development @ Indiana State University. 1994
Start date at Oneonta:
   •July 9, 2001
Professional Organizations:
   •Member of Association of College Unions International (ACUI), 1996 to present
   •Member of NASPA-Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, 2007 to present
   •Member of Poetry Slam Incorporated, 1997 to present
   •Founder of the National College Poetry Slam, A.K.A., ACUI College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational, 2001
   •ACUI College Poetry Slam Program Team Leader 2002-06 and 2009 to present


Mr. Craig Levins, Student Disability Services  

Craig Levins
Director of Student Disability Services
209 Alumni Hall
607-436-2137 (ph)
607-436-3167(fax)
levinsc@oneonta.edu

Colleges/Degrees Earned:
   •M.A. in Counseling Psychology, Antioch University New England
Start date at Oneonta:
   •1998
Professional Organizations:
   •New York State Disability Services
   •Association of Higher Education and Disability


Mrs. Patricia Hanley, M.S.W., L.C.S.W., College Assistance Migrant Program

 

Patti Hanley
Director, College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP)
111 Wilsbach Hall
877-256-2021 (ph)
607-436-2288 (fax)
hanleypa@oneonta.edu

Colleges/Degrees Earned:
   •Bachelor's Degree in Business Management, University of Kentucky
   •Master's Degree in Social Work, University of Kentucky
Start date at Oneonta:
   •October 2001
Professional Organizations:
   •Board Member, National HEP/CAMP Association- 2002-2004 and 2009 to present
   •Board Member, Opportunities for Otsego, 2006 to present


Amanda L. Finch
 

Amanda L. Finch
Director of Judicial Affairs
119 Netzer Administration Building
607-436-3353 (ph)
607-436-2283 (fax)
Amanda.Finch@oneonta.edu

Colleges/Degrees Earned:
   •Hartwick College - BA in Psychology
   •Old Dominion University - MSEd Higher Education Administration
Start date at Oneonta:
   •2008
Professional Honors:
   •Honored by the international Association for Student Judicial Affairs (ASJA) as the 2009 New Professional of the Year
Professional Organizations:
   •Currently serving as the New York State Public Policy representative in the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA)


Bernadette Tiapo
 

Bernadette Tiapo
Director, Office of Multicultural Student Affairs
119 Netzer Administration Building
607-436-3353
tiapobs@oneonta.edu

Colleges/Degrees Earned:
   •M.A. in Mass Communication and Public Relations - North Dakota State University
   •B.A. in English Modern Letters - University of Yaoundé I, Cameroon
   •B.A. in Education - University of Yaoundé I, Cameroon
Start date at Oneonta:
   •July 2008
Professional honors:
   •International Honor Society and Professional Association in Education (Pi Lambda Theta)
Professional Organizations:
   •National Association of Multicultural Educators (NAME) – Member
   •National Association of Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA) – Member
   •Society for Human Resource Management – Member (2006 – 2008)
   •North Dakota Human Rights Coalition - Board and Executive Committee Member (2005 – 2006)


Amy Benedict-Augustine  

Amy Benedict
Director of Career Development
Netzer 110
607-436-2534 (ph)
benedial@oneonta.edu

Colleges/Degrees Earned:
   •University of Pennsylvania, Graduate School of Education, EdD in Higher Education Management, 2010
   •Dissertation: The Impact of International Internships on Undergraduate College Students' Career Development
   •Boston College, Lynch School of Education, MA in Counseling Psychology, 1987
   •Elmira College, BA in Psychology, Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa, 1985


Certifications: National Certified Counselor; National Certified Career Counselor; Master Career Counselor

Start date in position:
   •August 2011
Professional Organizations:
   •National Career Development Association
   •American Counseling Association
   •SUNY Career Development Association
   •National Association of Colleges and Employers Society for Vocational Psychology


Mary Bonderoff

 

Mary Bonderoff
Director of Center for Multicultural Experiences
Center for Multicultural Experiences, Lee Hall
607-436-2663 (ph)
bonderm@oneonta.edu

Colleges/Degrees Earned:
   •BS Education, College at Oneonta
   •MS Education-Reading, College at Oneonta


Start date in position:
   •July 2011. With the College at Oneonta since 1989.
Organizations:
   •Trainer for the National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI) campus team,
   •Member of Omicron Delta Kappa
   •Serves on the Diversity Leadership Committee and the Events Council Committee


Daniel P. Chambers  

Daniel P. Chambers
Chief of University Police
Alumni Hall
607-436-2491 (ph.)
607-436-2402 (fax)
Daniel.Chambers@oneonta.edu

Colleges / Degrees earned:
   •BS Criminal Justice / Human Services, Elmira College
   •New York State Law Enforcement Executive Seminar, Session 2
   •New York State University Police Academy

Start Date at Oneonta:
   •June 2012

Professional Organizations:
   •New York State University Chief’s Association – Member
   •New York State Association of Chief’s of Police – Member


Elliot Ruggles

 

Elliot Ruggles, MSW, MEd, PhD(c)
Director of the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center
216 Hunt Union
607-436-2190  (ph)
607-436-2415 (fax)
Elliot.Ruggles@oneonta.edu

Colleges/Degrees Earned:
   •PhD candidate, Human Sexuality, Widener University
   •Master's in Social Work, Widener University
   •Master's in Education, Human Sexuality, Widener University
   •BA, Sociology, Mount Holyoke College

Start Date at Oneonta:
   •June 2013

Professional Honors
   • Recieved the Widener University Center for Social Work Education Graduate Student    Service Award, 2009 
   • Member, Gamma Eta Rho, Human Sexuality Honors Society

Professional Organizations
   •Currently Co-chair for the Student Ambassador Program, Society for the Scientific Stody    of Sexuality
   •Member, National Association of Social Workers
   •Member, American Sociological Association
   • Member, National Consortium for LBGT Higher Education Professionals