1-800-4-ALFRED (425-3733)

Pollard Regina

Position Title: Professor
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

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

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