Dean: Mohsin Patwary 718 270-6217 office 718 270-6196 fax email@example.com
Executive Assistant: Patricia Berlianshik 718 270-6217 office 718 270-6196 fax firstname.lastname@example.org
Office: AB1-406 D
Departments and Chairpersons
Biology: Carolle Bolnet 718 270-6200 office 718 270-6185 fax email@example.com
Chemistry and Environmental Science: Alicia Reid 718 270-6453 office 718 270-6197 fax firstname.lastname@example.org
Mathematics: Jean Michel-Jean Michelet 718 270-6431 office 718 270-6185 fax email@example.com
Nursing: Shirley Daniels718 270-6224 office 718 270-6235 fax firstname.lastname@example.org
Physics and Computer Science: Armando Howard 718 270-6453 office 718 270-6197 fax email@example.com
Departments and Registered Degree Programs
Department of Biology
BS in Biology
AS in Science (Biology concentration)
Department of Mathematics
BS in Mathematical Sciences
Department of Nursing
RN-BS Completion Program
AAS in Nursing
Certificate in Practical Nursing
Department of Chemistry and Environmental Science
BS in Environmental Science
Department of Physics and Computer Science
BS in Computer Science
AS in Computer Science
The School of Science, Health and Technology, consists of the departments of Biology, Chemistry and Environmental Sciences, Mathematics, Nursing, and Physics and Computer Science. The School offers degrees on both baccalaureate and associate levels.
Mission, Vision and Goals
SSH&T Vision: To become a world leader in providing access to excellence in science education and research for the African American community and other communities underrepresented in science.
The mission of the School of Science Health and Technology is to advance knowledge and educate students in science, health, technology, and in other areas of scholarship that will best serve our community, our state, our nation and our world in the 21st century.
The School aims to increase the participation of African American and other underrepresented students in the STEM and health sciences disciplines. The school is committed to promoting the academic and professional success of students “one student at a time” through a supportive network of tutoring, topical workshops, individualized pre-professional advising, research internships, invited lectures, faculty development initiatives, specialized course offerings, and student club activities.
Our objectives are to:
- prepare students, through a rigorous undergraduate curriculum, for entry into graduate and professional studies in their chosen disciplines;
- advance the problem solving, analytical and critical thinking skills of students so that they can play leadership roles in a changing world;
- provide students learning experiences through involvement in research and hands on internship activities; and support faculty and student research.
Congruent with the mission of the college to offer and maintain high quality, professional, career oriented undergraduate programs; the School is housed in a $247 million, 195,000 sq. ft. State-of-the- art Science building which contains two core research facilities: one in the area of cellular-molecular biology and advanced imaging and the other in analytical chemistry.
We aim to refine and amplify our research profile and to integrate our research capacity into our undergraduate curriculum. We are decreasing our faculty to student ratio so as to develop a critical mass for research, and to increase our mentoring capacity. The school has hired several research–active faculty and two core facility managers in recent years and it plans to hire several more research– active faculty in fast growing disciplines.