Educational Counseling and Leadership

Chair: Walter Greason, Department of Educational Counseling and Leadership

Stephanie Bobbitt, Assistant Professor. BS, SUNY College of Environment Science and Forestry; MS, The College of Saint Rose; PhD, Western Michigan University.
sbobbitt@monmouth.edu

Bernard Bragen, Assistant Professor (Graduate Faculty). BA, MA, Kean University; MA, New Jersey City University; PhD, Nova Southeastern University.
bbragen@monmouth.edu

Kathleen Grant, Assistant Professor (Graduate Faculty). BS, Wagner College; MA, The College of New Jersey; PhD, Montclair State University.
kgrant@monmouth.edu

Walter Greason, Associate Professor and Chair (Graduate Faculty). BA, Villanova University; PhD, Temple University. Writes about world, economic, and intellectual history. Serves as the Treasurer for the Society for American City and Regional Planning History. Most recent book, Suburban Erasure: How the Suburbs Ended the Civil Rights Movement in New Jersey, documents forgotten chapters in the northern Civil Rights Movement, while explaining the failure of racial integration to address economic inequality. In 2011, Dr. Greason won a grant from the Mellon Foundation for his innovative pedagogy, earning him recognition as an International Master Teacher.
wgreason@monmouth.edu

Cynthia O'Connell, Specialist Professor. BS, Douglas College; MEd, The College of New Jersey. Professional interests include school counseling topics such as school climate change, at-risk youth, careers, and spirituality in counseling.
cconnel@monmouth.edu

Tina Paone, Professor (Graduate Faculty). BA, University of Tampa; MA, PhD, University of Nevada, Reno. Areas of professional interest include school counseling, goup counseling, diversity, and play therapy.
tpaone@monmouth.edu

Alyson Pompeo-Fargnoli, Assistant Professor (Graduate Faculty). BA, MA, The College of New Jersey; PhD, Montclair State University. Areas of professional interest include college and wellness counseling, secondary to post secondary partnerships, and diversity and social justice initiatives.
apompeof@monmouth.edu

Nicole Pacheco Pulliam, Assistant Professor (Graduate Faculty). BA, Ramapo College of New Jersey; MA, PhD, Montclair State University. Professor interests include college student devleopment, first generation college students, and career development.
npulliam@monmouth.edu

Vernon Smith, Assistant Professor (Graduate Faculty). BA, Judson College; MS, Northern Illinois University; PhD, University of South Florida
vsmith@monmouth.edu

Course usage information

EDL-398   Special Topics in Educational LeadershipCredits: 3   

Prerequisites: As announced in the course schedule and a minimum GPA of 3.00.

Term Offered: All Terms

Course Type(s): None

An intensive study of a particular subject or problem in education to be announced prior to registration. The course may be conducted on either a lecture-discussion or a seminar basis.

Course usage information

EDL-499   Independent Study in Educational LeadershipCredits: 1-3   

Prerequisite: Prior permission of the directing professor and department chair.

Term Offered: All Terms

Course Type(s): None

Independent research in educational leadership in an area not substantially treated in a regular course offering under the supervision of an Educational Leadership faculty member; written evaluation of the research is required. For students with superior ability. Application must be filed before registration.