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Diane McMullen

Education and Training

B.S. Elementary Education, SUNY College at Buffalo

M.S.W., Roberts Wesleyan College

Matriculant, Ph.D. Programs in Counselor Education , University of Buffalo.

Certificate in Trauma Counseling, University of Buffalo School of Social Work.

Over 150 Hours of Training in Eating Disorders Research and Treatment

Professional Experience

A lifelong educator of individuals from preschool through graduate level.

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Karen Lazik

I grew up in the WNY area. I attended the Kenmore Town of Tonawanda schools and remained in the area for my academic pursuits. I have a BA in psychology, an MA in communication, an EdM and CAS in school counseling (all from SUNY, University at Buffalo).

 COURSE WORK OFFERED EACH FALL AND SPRING SEMESTERS INCLUDE:

 SSC 320 Issues in Developmental Disabilities

ACADEMIC/PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES:

I’ve worked in the health and human services field for over 25 years.

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samuel j lojacono

Samuel J Lojacono

Originally from the West Side of Buffalo, NY
Currently residing in East Amherst, NY

B.A., University at Buffalo, Philosophy 1972
M.A., Providence College, Religious Studies 1978

Lecturer since 1991 in the College of Arts and Sciences,
Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Degree Programs

Course work offered each fall, winter, and spring semester include:

SSC 103: Intro to Health and Human Services
SSC 499: Independent Study

Academic/Professional Experience:

Employed by Rhode Island State Office on Aging for 13 years monitoring human service agencies receiving state/federal funding in the provision of community services.

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