Anson’s work examines the effects of cultural productions on the urban development of the Latin American cities, focusing on how working-class groups counter dominant spatial orders. She has published articles on 19th- and 20th-century literary narratives of urbanization and resistance.
Blankschaen focuses on applied philosophical issues in bioethics, social/political debates, and feminist philosophy. He teaches courses in philosophy and bioethics.
Brehm is a practicing Clinical Supervisor for insurancebased ABA services, specializing in children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and their families. Her primary interests include early intervention, functional communication, and use of evidence-based practices in public school systems.
Etzenhouser has research experience in Organic and Organometallic synthesis and will apply her experience teaching laboratory courses to teach Daemen’s Organic and Bioorganic labs.
Hall’s research focuses upon Jean Watson Caritas, stress management, research utilization, leadership, system innovations, and simulated learning.
Heilman’s research explores how social and political dispositions are shaped and how various philosophies, research traditions, and educational policies influence democracy, social justice, and critical democratic education.
Iwanenko has over 25 years of clinical and administrative experience, with expertise in pediatric early intervention, early childhood development, and entrepreneurship. Her research examines interprofessional collaboration readiness.
Johnson is a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Fraud Examiner. Her primary interests include fraud examination, forensic accounting, and nonprofit accounting/auditing. She also teaches advanced financial reporting, accounting theory, and financial statement analysis.
Kotwicki’s passion is providing ABA in the home and school setting, delivering ABA services remotely via telehealth, working with schools to coordinate program consistency, and providing support for families.
Lang’s research interests have included organic chemistry, specializing in synthesis and characterization of thin polymer films. More recently, Lang has focused on teaching at the secondary level in Physics, Chemistry, and AP Computer Science, as well as piloting an Academic Intervention program in the sciences.
Napolitano’s clinical and research interests are in repetitive behavior in autism, child well-being, drug/behavior interaction, and interprofessional collaboration.
Surace is a practicing Athletic Trainer. His primary professional and research interests include concussion management and management of potentially catastrophic injuries in athletics.
Treadway’s research interests include social influence processes in organizations, with particular reference to political skill, political will, leadership, and workplace bullying and abuse. He has published over fifty articles in leading journals.