SUNY Morrisville Norwich Campus proudly provides quality, personalized education to residents and employers of Chenango County and surrounding areas. Discover your direction at the college in your community, located adjacent to the Eaton Center in downtown Norwich, New York.
My name is Mark Blakeslee and I've been teaching in the Criminal Justice Program at SUNY Morrisville since 2013. Before that, I was a police officer in Binghamton NY. I worked as a patrol officer from 1984-1994 and as a patrol sergeant from 1994-2013. I have master's degrees from University at Albany (Criminal Justice, 2012) and Binghamton University (Social Science, 2007).
My name is Sarah Bohnert and I am an Assistant Faculty in the Division of Nursing. I am a proud alumnus of the nursing program at SUNY Morrisville, Class of ‘04. I also have a BA in Art Education from Colorado State University, a B.S. in Nursing, and an M.S. in Nursing Education, both from Excelsior College. In addition to teaching, I am a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner in Madison County.
Julanne Burton is an assistant professor of social science and coordinates the Human Services Program at SUNY Morrisville’s Norwich Campus where she teaches courses on counseling, crisis intervention, administration, psychology and death & dying. Dr.
My name is Pat Davis and I am the Student Services Advisor for the Norwich Campus. I assist students with financial aid including completing the FAFSA, loans applications, and paperwork that may be needed. I am also the Accessibility Services Coordinator for the Norwich Campus.
I am an organismal biologist with a background in regenerative/developmental biology, ecology, and natural history specializing in herpetology. I teach most of the biology and chemistry classes at the Norwich Campus along with some classes at the Morrisville main campus.
My name is Cody Gabriel and I am the Academic Advisor at the Norwich Campus. I am the person to see for most questions related to academic planning, degree completion, course registration, issues and concerns with academic classes, withdrawal, dropping classes and other student concerns.
My name is Judith McCann and I am the Commuter/Adult Learning Specialist at the Norwich Campus. I am the First Year Experience instructor where I introduce new students to the college experience as well as refreshing their basic study stills. The second half of the semester we look at their majors and career interest in an exploratory project.
My name is Shari Ryan and I am the Office Assistant for the Norwich Campus. I am the front desk reception person at the Welcome desk, located in the lobby of the Atrium. I am the first point of contact for students and visitors. A student would come to me with any questions that they may have, for example, directions as to where their classroom is located.
My name is Linda Taylor, DNP, RN, NEA-BC and I am joining the faculty as an Assistant Professor for the Nursing Program. I have worked in a variety of nursing education and leadership roles in both hospitals and long-term care facilities. I have always enjoyed mentoring, teaching and advising students and new nurses as they start and advance in their careers.
My name is Brian Tefft and I am the Computer Service Technician at the Norwich Campus. You can see me for help with general tech support, laptop orders, account help and support with online services such as webmail and Blackboard, and library support. I’ve been at the Norwich Campus for 15 years and love being a part of our campus community.
My name is Susan Trueworthy MS, RN, and I am an Associate Professor for the Nursing Program. I currently teach Nursing 210 and 250 on the Norwich campus. My office is located on the second floor, 211. The best way to reach me is via email firstname.lastname@example.org.