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Patrice W. Hallock, Ph.D.
Chair of Education
Library Concourse

(315) 792-3815
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KathleenCullen

Kathleen Cullen


Assistant Professor


Kathleen Cullen, Assistant Professor of Education, received her C.A.S. in Educational Administration, M.S in Reading Education and B.S. in Elementary Education from State University of New York College at Oswego. Prior to coming to Utica College, Kathleen was a teaching associate in the Reading and Language Arts Department at Syracuse University, where in addition to teaching literacy courses, she supervised preservice teachers during their practicum and student teaching field placements. Kathleen has experience with literacy education, public school administration and special education. Her research interests include identifying factors that influence the literacy learning of students across all socioeconomic, ethnic,ability, language and racial groups. ...More About Kathleen Cullen
 



Thomas J Diana

Thomas (Tom) J. Diana, Jr.

, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Education

Phone: (315) 792-3210
Office: C131 Library Concourse

Thomas J. Diana is an Associate Professor in the Department of Education at Utica College. He received his Ph.D. in Science Education and M.S. in Science Education from Syracuse University, and his B.S. in Biology from Utica College. ...More About Thomas J. Diana
 



Hallock

Patrice W. Hallock

, Ph.D.
Assoc. Professor EDU

Phone: (315) 792-3815
Office: 129 Library Concourse

Dr. Patrice Hallock, Associate Professor of Education, is the chair of education at Utica College. ...More About Patrice W. Hallock
 



Richard Moon


P-12 Liaison and Coordinator of Student Teaching


Richard Moon is the P-12 Liaison and Coordinator for the Student Teacher Program. He is a Utica College alumnus and did graduate work at SUNY. After retiring from public education, he accepted an adjunct position here at UC and taught Education courses for 7 years. He also was a college supervisor for the student teacher program during that time.
 



Laurence G. Zoeckler

, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Education

Phone: (315) 792-5280
Office: C132 Library Concourse

Laurence Zoeckler teaches courses in secondary teaching methodologies, advanced English methods, and graduate research methods for education. He received his Doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction from Indiana University Bloomington and holds Master's Degrees in English literature from Syracuse University and Religious Studies from St. Joseph's Seminary in Yonkers, NY. His past teaching experience includes fifteen years of teaching at both the junior and senior high school levels. His areas of interest include moreal issues in grading, evaluation and assessment, and character development in adolescents. He is listed in the "Who's Who Among America's Teachers."