02/26/2021 | AuthorNCC
I joined NCC in 2006. I instantly felt like I was coming home to a big family, and have genuinely loved my time here ever since. My journey in psychology has taken some twists and turns. From my days at Stony Brook, I pursued a double major in psychology and women’s studies – and continued that path through my PhD at the University of Connecticut.
Over the years, I taught, mentored students, engaged in campus activism, and most recently went back to school again for a counseling degree to pursue another one of my dreams – becoming a therapist. I bring these new life experiences in mental health into each one of my classes.
Although I absolutely love being in a room (virtual or face-to-face) with students, talking about psychology and life, I am most proud of the work I’ve done as the co-advisor to the Psychology Club over the years. We have worked on projects and events to inspire, educate, and have fun – and I treasure getting to know the creativity and gifts of each of these students!"
I am a marketing major and will graduate in 2025. After a rough start at a large four-year university, I chose to attend Nassau Community College. It has a nice campus, a great community, and besides — my mom went here! My best experience so far has been my in-class presentations.
Jul 18, 2023 | NCC
I transferred to NCC to pursue a degree in Nursing. After some sudden life-changing events I needed to be back home with my family. Nassau was the best educational opportunity for me, especially considering my chosen career path. One of my favorite experiences at the College so far has been forming a sense of community with my peers.
Jul 17, 2023 | NCC
My major is Biology and I am in my second year at NCC. I originally came to Nassau Community College because of the smaller class sizes and proximity to my home but the terrific faculty and flexible class schedules are great as well. As a science major, I would have to say one of my favorite experiences at Nassau has been the hands-on work that we do in the labs during biology classes.
Jul 17, 2023 | NCC