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A portrait of a smiling CUNY SPS Assistant Nursing Professor, Dr. Olga Kagan

Association of Hospice Agency Location and Neighborhood Socioeconomic Disadvantage in the U.S.

November 02, 2023

Sage Journals

CUNY SPS Nursing Assistant Professor Dr. Olga Kagan co-authored an article on the rising importance of the nursing informatics community in New York State. The article was published in the September 2023 journal of CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing, Volume 41, Issue 9.
Dr. Jennifer McIntosh, co-author and Nursing program instructor

Association of Hospice Agency Location and Neighborhood Socioeconomic Disadvantage in the U.S.

November 01, 2023

Sage Journals

Academic Community Leader and Nursing Assistant Professor Dr. Jennifer McIntosh recently published a collaborative article, "Association of Hospice Agency Location and Neighborhood Socioeconomic Disadvantage in the U.S.," in the American Journal of Hospice & Palliative Care.
Dr. Regina Bernard is smiling and is in a natural setting

Dr. Regina Bernard Earns Fellowship

October 13, 2023

Social Practice CUNY

CUNY SPS Associate Professor and Academic Director of Interdisciplinary Studies Regina Bernard was recently named as a faculty fellow in the SPCUNY educational network. The SPCUNY educational network amplifies the collective power of socially engaged artists, scholars, and advocates throughout CUNY's rich tapestry of faculty, staff, and students working for social justice. Based at the CUNY Graduate Center, SPCUNY’s theory of educational transformation fosters structures for diverse creative leaders who will empower New York City as an inclusive, justice-driven cultural landscape. This initiative is funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Cover of the Journal of Montessori Research

BOOK REVIEW: The Bloomsbury Handbook of Montessori Education

September 18, 2023

Journal of Montessori Research: Vol. 9, No 1

Dr. Claudine Campanelli, who oversees the CUNY SPS Child Development Associate (CDA) and Children’s Program Administrator Credential (CPAC) programs at CUNY SPS, published a book review on the new Bloomsbury Handbook for Montessori Education in the Spring 2023 issue of the Journal of Montessori Research.
Cover of American Psychologist

Looking Within: Elevating Black Scholarly Contributions to Empirical Approaches in Developmental Science

September 18, 2023

American Psychologist: May-June 2023

Isabelle Elisha, associate director for the Psychology program, collaborated with CUNY alum Juliana Karras and CUNY professor Martin Ruck to publish “Looking Within: Elevating Black Scholarly Contributions to Empirical Approaches in Developmental Science” in the May-June issue of American Psychologist. The article explores how Black scholars have designed, applied, and promoted nuanced approaches to the study of human growth and development.