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Meet the FP Coaches


Andrew Michael

Expertise: Quantitative Statistics and Psychometrics 

Andrew Michael, Ed.D. (2019) is a former Assistant Professor at the Farmingdale University in the College of Engineering, Department of Aviation. Andrew earned his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Professional Pilot from Dowling College in (2013) and a MBA in Aviation Management in (2015). Andrew‘s work centers on federal policy implementation within higher education and how the federal government uses the TRIAD approach to push through legislation tied to Title IV and the Higher Education Act of 1965. Andrew received his Doctor of Education from St. John’s University in (2019). Andrew holds a Faculty position with SUNY Suffolk County Community College where his is on faculty and previously taught TASC topics related to math, science, and reading to students receiving their TASC/GED from NYS. Andrew also taught Regents Advanced Mathematics to high school students preparing to graduate with an NYS Regents degree. Recently, Andrew uses his knowledge in psychometrics and works with a Long Island Mental Health and Wellness practice, performing mental health psychometric assessments, while completing his externship hours for full licensure as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. Andrew completed a second Master degree in Mental Health Counseling at NYU Steinhardt (2021). 

Schedule: 

Mon – Tues: 10am – 12pm and 6pm-9pm 

Wed – Thurs: 9am – 12pm  

Fri: 12pm – 4pm 

Email: amichael@jjay.cuny.edu 

Cheryl Novis

Expertise: Academic writing, thesis writing, research/literature reviews, APA format

I have been a full-time writing and literacy professor in the SUNY system for over twenty-five years. I also have extensive experience teaching graduate-level research methods — the research process and thesis writing. I have written two college-level textbooks and have published in several peer-reviewed journals. I believe that writing is a recursive process and enjoy working with students as they revise and edit their writing for both content and conventions of print. My passions outside of teaching are hiking and conservation photography. Specializations: academic writing, thesis writing, research/literature reviews, APA format

and I have been a full-time writing and literacy professor in the SUNY system for over twenty-five years. I also have extensive experience teaching graduate-level research methods — the research process and thesis writing. I have written two college-level textbooks and have published in several peer-reviewed journals. I believe that writing is a recursive process and enjoy working with students as they revise and edit their writing for both content and conventions of print. My passions outside of teaching are hiking and conservation photography.

Schedule:

Mon: 8am – 11am  

Wed: 4pm – 9pm 

Thurs: 12pm – 5pm 

Email: cnovins@jjay.cuny.edu 

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