Lianna Scull

Assistant Director, Sociology and Human Relations Programs

Lianna Scull

101 W. 31st Street, Workspace #7

New York, NY 10001

Phone: (212) 652-2014

Lianna Scull, Assistant Director of the Sociology and Human Relations programs at the CUNY School of Professional Studies (CUNY SPS), holds a dual BA in Psychology/English from Russell Sage College for Women, and an MA in Applied Psychology from New York University. She is a new face in the department but is not entirely new to the CUNY community, having attended evening classes at Baruch College within the Higher Education Administration program in 2015-16.

Prior to arriving at CUNY SPS, Lianna held progressively more responsible positions within the Office of Academic Advising at LIM College in Manhattan, where she began her career in 2006. Additionally, she taught First-year Experience courses at LIM College for over a decade. Lianna has been an active member of her professional organizations, including the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators and the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA), earning the NACADA Region One Excellence in Advising and Presenter Scholarship awards in 2010.

Recent News

CIED Badge for EDI Ambassadors

CIED and HR Honor First Cohort of EDI Ambassadors

October 05, 2023

The nine faculty and staff were recognized for completing a series of curated LinkedIN Learning courses focused on equity, diversity, and inclusion. 

CUNY SPS EDI Ambassadors Lianna Scull, and Nidia Cordova

Meet the CUNY SPS EDI Ambassadors

October 05, 2023


The CIED recognized a cohort of faculty and staff who had committed themselves to an intensive EDI training regimen through LinkedIn Learning. Those who completed the multiple training modules were distinguished as “EDI Ambassadors” by the CIED and earned a special certification badge. EDI Ambassadors Lianna Scull, the assistant director of the Sociology and Human Relations programs, and Nidia Cordova, the alumni relations manager, share their insights after completing the program.