Faculty / Staff

Faculty / Staff listing for the Health and Physical Education Department

Department Chair

Full-Time Faculty

Barley, Linda
Professor
P:718-262-5112
O: HP-205
Health promotion across the life span: emphasis on promoting wellness in the community, the classroom and and the work place. Improving self-management of chronic illnesses. Program planning and assessment of community-based health education interventions and delivery systems. Course syllabi development and evaluation intended for health education.

Brodsky, Mitchell
Associate Professor
P:718-262-5108
O: HP-203
Human Sexuality pertains to gender issues, gender roles, sexual orientation, sexual behaviors, communication, etc. Family Life Education pertains to preparing students to develop positive behaviors that encourage healthy family living. Men’s Issues pertains to all things involving living life as a male in this society.

Ogle, Patricia
Lecturer
P:718-262-5106
O: HP-210
I am at York College of the City University of New York as a Lecturer in the field of Physical Education and Movement Science School’s, and joining professional organizations such as National Youth Sports Coaches Association and the New York State American Alliance of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD). I attended Lynchburg College Va., before studying Adaptive Physical Education at New York University. I coached in the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) and the Floral Park Indian Athletic Association and advanced to the senior level coaching soccer. At York College I am a teacher of many sport skills classes along with curriculum and methodology classes. In keeping with the desire to graduate a well rounded, physically active adult, I assisted in designing a wellness proposal being considered for a General Education requirement in the academic programs.

Werber-Zion, Galila
Associate Professor
P:718-262-5113
O: HP-206

At the beginning of my academic career my research focused on cardiac rehabilitation, but in the past few years I shifted my interest to a population in danger of developing cardiac disorders, that of obese children.  Since about half of obese school-aged children become obese adults, I decided to address the risk factors for cardiac disease from the primary prevention domain. 


Professor Emeriti

Part-Time Faculty

College Laboratory Technician

 Hawkins, Timothy, CLT

Staff

 Cherry, Jessica, Assistant Director of Athletics

 Matte, Dan, Athletic Trainer

 McBarnett, Sheryl, Athletic Academic Advisor

 Scarinci, John, Sports Information Director

 St. John, Ronald, Director of Athletics and Facilities/Men's Basketball Head Coach