POLLARRK

Pollard Regina

Email: POLLARRK@alfredstate.edu
Department: Social and Behavioral Sciences
Office Location:Hunter Student Development Center
Office Phone: 607-587-4290

Education

Master of Science, Drake University, Des Moines, IA, Emphasis: Counseling & Personnel Services: Higher Ed., August 1984

Bachelor of Science in Social Work, Juniata College, Huntingdon, PA, May 1982


Teaching Overview

State University of New York, College of Technology at Alfred, NY   

Associate Professor (August, 2004 -ongoing)

Assistant Professor (August, 2000-August 2004)

Lecturer (August, 1997- May, 1999)

Adjunct Instructor (August, 1994 - May, 1997)

Practicum in Human Services

Introduction to Human Services  

Issues in Human Services

Introduction to Counseling Techniques

General Psychology (including Weekend College)

General Sociology (including off-campus distance learning and on-line course)

Marriage and Family (including off-campus distance learning)

Marriage and Family Across World Civilizations

Domestic Violence

Contemporary Social Problems

Gerontology

Human Relations

Introduction to Social Psychology

Introduction to Sports Psychology

Honor's Course: Creativity and Mental Illness

Directed Study: Psychopharmacology

Directed Study: Inclusion Preparation

Directed Study: Issues and Ethics in Human Services

Adjunct Instructor (EOP), Alfred University, Alfred, NY, Summer, 1998


Honors and Awards

New York State Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2001

Who's Who Among America's Teachers, 2004, 2002, 1999, 1998, 1996


Service

Strategic Planning and Resources Committee

     -     Convener, 2008-

Academic Affairs Committee, 2007-

     -     Chair, 2007-

     -     Representative to Faculty Senate and Executive Senate

Center for Teacher and Learning Advisory Committee, 2007-

Chancellor's Award Committee, , 2008 - ongoing, 2003 - 2004

Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship Committee, 2004-ongoing

Campus-wide Promotion and Tenure Committee, 2007-08

President's Task Force on Alcohol and Substance Abuse

     -    Chair, Committee on Research Activities, 2005

Intercollegiate Athletics Advisory Board, 2002-2008

    -         Chair, 2003-2004

President's Advisory Council, Spring 2005

Curriculum Development and Review, 2001 - 2003

      -     Chair, 2002-2003

      -     Representative to Executive Senate and Faculty Senate

Middle-States Subcommittee, 2002-2004

EOP Advisory Council, 2001-2003

Students Involved in Community Action, Co-Advisor, 1998- 2005

     -      awarded "Outstanding Club for 1999-2000"

Campus Climate Task Force, 2000- 2003

      -   co-wrote two grant proposals that received approximately $40,000

College-wide Assessment Team, 2000- 2002

Faculty Senator, 1998- 2001

Blue Ribbon Panel on Campus Life - 2010 Beyond the Millennium, 2000

President Advisory Committee on Fundraising, 1998-2000

Pioneer Mentor for new students, 1999, 2000

General Education Subcommittee on Assessment/Outcomes, 1999-2000

Co-op Committee, 1997-98 

Human Services Departmental Committee, 1998- ongoing

Scheduling Co-coordinator, 2001- ongoing

Promotion and Tenure Committee, 2006-

Curriculum Development and Review, 2005-ongoing

Five-Year Review, Liberal Arts, 2001-2002

Human Services Self-study, 2002

Assessment Committee, 2001-2006

Departmental Representative for Placement Office, 1994-2000

Five Year Human Services Review Committee, 1997-98

Orientation Representative, 1994-1997