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Oglensky, Bonnie

Oglensky, Bonnie

Associate Professor
Social work
Areas of Expertise:
  • Professional socialization
  • Workforce development
  • Mentorship
  • Workplace and organizational relationships
  • Psychoanalytic sociology
  • Writing pedagogy

Trained as a sociologist and social worker, Dr. Oglensky teaches the senior field seminar, social welfare policy and history, and sociology courses in religion and self & society. She has recently been invited to be a Consortial faculty member at CUNY's New Community College, having served on the planning team for the innovative first-year curricula. Dr. Oglensky's primary research interests concern authority, workplace relationships, and professional socialization. Current projects focus on cross-disciplinary expansion of a cutting edge pedagogy of record-writing. Dr. Oglensky has co-authored the book, The Part-Time Paradox (with C.F. Epstein, C. Seron, and R. Saute, Routledge, 1999), and is known in the field of organizational behavior for her articles on mentorship that integrate psychoanalytic and sociological perspectives.

Education:
DegreeInstitutionFieldDates
PhD The Graduate Center, City University of New York Sociology 2002 
MPhil The Graduate Center, City University of New York Sociology 1995 
MSW New York University Social Work  
BA George Washington University Sociology  
Oglensky, Bonnie
 

Oglensky, Bonnie
Associate Professor
Social work