Claire Wladis, Ph.D.
Dr. Claire Wladis has a Ph.D. in Mathematics from the CUNY Graduate Center. She is a professor of Mathematics at the Borough of Manhattan Community College and of Urban Education at the Graduate Center at the City University of New York. Her research focuses primarily on student retention and successful course completion, with a particular focus on developmental mathematics and online learning. She is currently the PI on a $2,455,184 NSF grant to investigate how online course scarcity may impact STEM degree completion and on a $1.5 million NSF grant to develop and validate a pool of questions to assess the algebraic conceptual understanding of college students.
Katherine M. Conway, Ph.D.
Dr. Conway has a Ph.D. in Higher Education, Administration, Leadership and Technology from New York University. She is a professor of Business Management at the Borough of Manhattan Community College, City University of New York. Her research focuses on community college student access and persistence, with an emphasis on immigrant, minority and first-generation students. She is currently co-PI on a $2,455,184 NSF grant to investigate how online course scarcity may impact STEM degree completion.
Alyse C. Hachey, Ph.D.
Dr. Hachey has a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from Columbia University. She is an Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education at the University of Texas at El Paso and an Adjunct Associate Professor at Teachers College, Columbia University. Her research interests focus on early childhood cognition and curriculum development and community college online learning and retention. She is currently co-PI on a $2,455,184 NSF grant to investigate how online course scarcity may impact STEM degree completion.
Anthony Picciano, Ph.D.
Professor and Executive Officer of the PhD Program in Urban Education at the CUNY Graduate Center
Jason F. Samuels, Ph.D.
Professor of Mathematics at the Borough of Manhattan Community College
Frances K. Stage, Ph.d.
Professor of Administration, Leadership, and Technology at New York University
Dr. Lin Lin, Ph.d.
Associate Professor of Learning Technologies at the University of North Texas