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Dr. Carol Caico, Ph.D., C.S., N.P., Assistant Professor, Department of Nursing and Professor Pamela Treister, M.S.N., CNS, RN, Clinical Instructor, Department of Nursing, were both interviewed and quoted for an online career news article, How to Overcome Shyness During a Panel Interview published in Health Callings.
Dr. Susan Neville, PhD, RN, associate professor and chair of the nursing program at the School of Health Professions was interviewed and quoted by NURSEZONE.com in an article titled What patients really want, by Debra Wood, RN, contributor.
Dr. Susan Neville, PhD, RN, associate professor and chair of the nursing program at the School of Health Professions was interviewed and quoted by NURSE.com in an article titled Modern Families: Grandparents often take the lead in caring for their offspring's children, b
Dr. Susan Neville, PhD, RN, associate professor and chair of the nursing program at the School of Health Professions was interviewed and quoted by AllHealthcareJobs.com in an article titled Baby Boomers Need Your Nursing Expertise, b
Dr. Neville, center, her daughter Mrs. Erin Collelo is to her right and her longtime friend and presenter, Dr. Barbara Hachmann, is on her left.
Working Women of Manhasset chose Susan Neville, PhD., MSN, RN, as the Working Woman of the Year for 2011. Dr. Neville is an experienced educator, administrator, researcher and practitioner. She currently holds the tenured position of chairperson/ associate professor, Department of Nursing at New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury and Manhattan Campuses. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Masters in Adult Health and Nursing Education from Hunter College, City University of New York. Dr. Neville received her Ph.D. in Nursing Theory and Research from Adelphi University, Garden City.
Dr. Neville has many publications, has made many presentations, both national and international, and funded grants. She has been honored for her service on the Command Staff of the Medical Reserve Corp., Department of Health, Nassau County. Dr. Neville has received numerous honors and has held leadership and board positions in many professional associations. Currently, Dr. Neville serves as president of the Council of Deans and Directors of Nursing, Senior Colleges and Universities in New York State. Under her leadership, New York Institute of Technology’s (NYIT) nursing program recently received first time national accreditation from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
Prior to her current position, Dr. Neville was responsible for the administration of the undergraduate nursing programs at Hunter-Bellevue, School of Nursing/Hunter College of the City University of New York. Dr. Neville’s research interests include educational administration, breast cancer best practices, culture/health literacy, women and empowerment, and mass casualties preparedness/bio terrorism. Clinically, her area of expertise is adult health, trauma and critical care. Dr. Neville’s primary passion is the education of future professional nurses and the advancement of the nursing profession. Sue and Martin Neville have three children, Kerry, Erin and Colin, and four grandchildren, Sophia, Alexander, Meghan and Ryan. Working Women wishes her continued success in her professional career and many wonderful times with her family.
Working Women of Manhasset Choose Woman of the Year. (2011, July 14). The Manhasset Press, p. 24.
Dr. Susan Neville, PhD, RN Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Nursing, interviewed and quoted in the article, "New York, New Jersey Educators Debate BSN in 10 Bills," published in the Feb. 22, 2010 issue of Nursing Spectrum.
October 30, 2009. Nursing Symposium- Caring for Diabetic Patients in a Community Setting. The Surgeon General has identified diabetes a major problem both nationally and globally. So the New York Institute of Technology's School of Health Professions joined with the Visiting Nurse Service of New York for a conference at NYIT's Old Westbury campus.
March 12, 2009. 4th Annual Nursing Symposium- Best Practices in Pediatric and Adolescent Nursing: Issues and Challenges. During a recession some jobs become scarce as businesses struggle to save money by laying off non-essential workers. However the chair of the nursing program at the New York Institute of Technology says nurses are always in high demand.