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2301 Westside Drive Rochester, NY 14624

Admissions Staff

Caleb Choate

Assistant Director, Recruiting and Admissions, Adult & Graduate Enrollment, Nursing


Laura Coles, M.S., R.N. CEN

Associate Clinical Professor; Director, Traditional Undergraduate Nursing Clinical Education

Robert Dorman, DNP, CNL, RN-BC, CCRN, C-NPT, TCRN

Director of Traditional and Graduate Nursing Programs; Associate Professor of Nursing

Carol Griswold, DNP, MS-Ed, RN

Graduate Nursing Program, Professor (Smith Hall 171)

Krista Hodgins-Levey, MS, FNP-BC

Assistant Professor of Nursing, Lead Nurse Practitioner

Sharon Kurtz, BS, RN

Traditional Nursing Program, Clinical Instructor

Christine Lupiani, M.S., R.N., CNE

Assistant Professor of Nursing

Dr. Susanne Mohnkern, PhD, RN, CNE

Interim Dean and Graduate Program Director

Patricia Myers, M.S., R.N.

Assistant Professor of Nursing; RN to BS Program Director

Dr. Amy Rama, DNP, MS, FNP-BC

Nurse Practitioner, Associate Professor of Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner Program Director

Mary Stevens, M.S., RN, Faith Community Nurse

Adjunct Professor of Nursing

Deborah Tedone, MS, RN

Adjunct Professor of Nursing

Judith Treschuk, Ph.D., R.N. CNE

Professor of Nursing, Graduate Program


Deborah Bausch

RN to BS Completion Program, Program Coordinator (Smith Hall 182)

Ruth Cleere

Administrative Director & Student Success Advisor RN to BS Completion Program

Tammie Myslivecek, MATSJ

School of Nursing, Assistant to the Dean and Administrative Graduate Program Director

Grace Stiles

Senior Administrative Clinical Program Director

Pamela Vargo

Traditional Clinical Learning, Nursing SIM Lab Technician (Crothers 104B)

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