Adjunct Assistant Professor of Art Therapy
M.S., The College of New Rochelle; B.F.A, The School of Visual Arts
A specialist in art therapy in the medical setting, she has worked at the Lagone New York University Medical Center and its Lagone Clinical Cancer Center, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, The Creative Center, AHRC of New York City, and Benedictine Hospital in Kingston, N.Y.
She has also presented at hospitals and professional organizations, including Memorial Sloan-Kettering, Lagone NYU Medical Center, Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, and the Society for the Arts in Healthcare; and published her research in Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association and the Journal of Psycho-Oncology. Professor Bromberg maintains a private practice in New York City and a studio in New Paltz, N.Y.
At The College of New Rochelle, she teaches Orientation to Art Therapy as well as Practices & Techniques of Art Therapy. On the graduate level, she has also taught Creative Modalities, Art Therapy in the Medical Setting, and Internship Supervision. She also teaches at New York University.
Professor of Art
Mooney Center 321, firstname.lastname@example.org, (914) 654-5834
B.A., Yale University; M.F.A., Indiana University
Emily Stern is a graphic designer and artist, currently working in water-based media on paper. She has exhibited nationally and internationally, including at McKenzie Fine Art, Kentler International Drawing Space, Schroeder-Romero Gallery, Pierogi Gallery and BRIC Rotunda Gallery in New York, Forge Gallery in Milford, Pa., Geoffrey Young Gallery in Great Barrington, Mass., and ABA Gallery in Recife, Brazil. Her work is included in public and private collections such as the Indiana University Fine Arts Library in Bloomington Ind., and the Marino Golinelli Collection in Bologna, Italy. She is co-author, with CNR Professor Ruth Zealand, chairwoman of Education Department, of “Starting Your Career in Art Education,” Allworth Press, 2013. She teaches design courses, including foundation design, graphic design, and computer graphic design.
Associate Professor of Art
Mooney Center 237B, email@example.com, (914) 654-5504
B.F.A., Carnegie Mellon University; M.F.A., Bard College
She has also received several residency fellowships from MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, N.H; Socrates Sculpture Park; Sculpture Space, Utica, N.Y.; Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Amherst, Va.; Vermont Studio Colony; and Ragdale Foundation, Lake Forest, Ill.
Professor Neuhaus teaches Design Foundations 2 and 3, Artists’ Book, Integrated Media, and all levels of sculpture, including Foundation Sculpture, Advanced Sculpture, Fiber Sculpture, and Introduction to Metalwork. For the Honors Program, she teaches The Art of the Book. Her work can be viewed at margieneuhaus.com.
William C. Maxwell
Professor of Art
Mooney Center 235, firstname.lastname@example.org, (914) 654-5277
B.A., Wagner College; M.A., Columbia University; Ed.M., Columbia University; Ed.D., Columbia University
Professor Maxwell is the author of “Printmaking: A Beginning Handbook,” a text widely used in art and education institutions throughout the United States. He owns, with his wife and fellow artist and educated Dana DeVito, Maxwell Fine Arts Gallery and Sculpture Garden in Peekskill, New York, where he also maintains two studios and has been invited to curate numerous institutional exhibitions.
A member for the faculty for four decades, Professor Maxwell teaches drawing, painting, and printmaking, among other courses, in the Art Department. He also participates in the Honors Program and supervises art education student teachers. He is also a Visiting Professor of Art at SUNY Westchester, and serves on the board of directors of the New York Society of Etchers, and on the board of governance for Robert Blackburn Print Shop, Elizabeth Foundation.
Cristina de Gennaro
Professor of Art, Chair of the Art Department
Mooney Center 323A, email@example.com, (914) 654-5856
B.A., University of Texas at Dallas; M.A., University of Texas at Dallas; M.F.A., Stanford University
Her work can be found at cristinadegennaro.com.
Susan M. Canning
Professor of Art History
Mooney Center 321, firstname.lastname@example.org, (914) 654-5275
B.A., California State University, Hayward; M.A., Pennsylvania State University; Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University
In addition to her focus on fin de siècle Belgian art, Dr. Canning also writes on contemporary art for several publications, including Sculpture Magazine, where she is a contributing editor, and Art in America. She has also written reviews for Art Papers and New Art Examiner. As an independent curator, Dr. Canning has organized shows in New York City and at the Castle Gallery of The College of New Rochelle. Professor Canning teaches courses in modern and contemporary art history, and has also taught in the Honors and Women’s Studies Programs.