Meet the Norwich Campus Team
Norwich Campus Director
My name is Lindsey Lefevre and I am the Director of the Norwich Campus and act as a liaison to the Morrisville Campus to best assist students with academic progress, student programming and the overall campus experience. I encourage you to contact me at any time and I can connect you with the appropriate staff member as needed and also ensure that you have the supports in place in order to be successful in your chosen degree path!
Director, Liberty Partnerships Program
My name is Stacy Wilcox and I am the Liberty Partnerships Director. A Morrisville student might visit my office if they would like to get and internship in the Human Services field. I love that our program gets to bring middle school and high school students to the campus. We hope to give them as many positive experiences on the college campus before they graduate.
Admissions and Workforce Development Coordinator
My name is Dan Goldman and I am the Admissions and Workforce Development Coordinator at the SUNY Morrisville Norwich Campus. I am originally from another SUNY town, New Paltz, NY, and have lived in Central New York for over eight years.
I graduated from Ithaca College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sport Studies in 2008. I was unsure of what I wanted to pursue as a career and after working in the sports field for a year, I realized I wanted to change direction and find a career when I can help young adults find a path in life that they enjoy and love. I have been working with young adults for over 10 years and have held several positions providing counseling and advice to students enrolled in education and, when ready, looking to enter the workforce. I will bring my extensive knowledge of career and workforce development to you at SUNY Morrisville and will help you with whatever your needs are to pursue a career using your degree. I am so happy and excited to be working at SUNY Morrisville Norwich Campus and I look forward to meeting students and helping them achieve their goals.
When I am not at work, I enjoy spending time with my family, watching and playing almost every sport and being in the great outdoors.
Assistant Professor, Nursing
I am a Whitesboro High School graduate class of 2013 and have earned my associate degree in Nursing from St. Elizabeth College of Nursing in 2017, and my bachelor's degree from the State University of New York Polytechnic Institute in 2018. I was a 4-year student-athlete on the women's lacrosse team at SUNY Poly as part of the dual degree accelerated program. My favorite part of working as a nursing educator is helping students understand something that they didn't before, and correlate that to helping others in their time of illness at our acute care clinical sites.
I am currently enrolled in the Master of Nursing Education program at SUNY Poly.
Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice
My name is Mark Blakeslee and I've been teaching in the Criminal Justice Program at SUNY Morrisville since 2013. Before that, I was a police officer in Binghamton NY. I worked as a patrol officer from 1984-1994 and as a patrol sergeant from 1994-2013. I have master's degrees from University at Albany (Criminal Justice, 2012) and Binghamton University (Social Science, 2007).
Assistant Professor, Human Services
Julanne Burton is an assistant professor of social science and coordinates the Human Services Program at SUNY Morrisville’s Norwich Campus where she teaches courses on counseling, crisis intervention, administration, psychology and death & dying. Dr. Burton is the founder of SUNY Morrisville’s Human Services Institute and a founding member of the Humanitarian Hub with faculty from SUNY Poly and MVCC. Prior to her work at Morrisville, Dr. Burton was a Vice-President of Child and Family Services with Liberty Resource, Inc., where she designed and developed family therapy programs for families involved with the child welfare, juvenile justice, mental health and developmental disability systems. She now serves as a consultant on program development and intervention evaluation. She is a national mental health responder with the American Red Cross, volunteers with an annual grief weekend for adolescents at the Madison County Children’s Camp, and has been volunteering in the 7th Ward in New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina. She also serves as Vice-President of the Board of Directors of the PROS clinic in Oneida, NY. The clinic provides services to individuals diagnosed with serious mental health disorders and chemical dependency issues. Dr. Burton received her BS in journalism and her MA in child and family studies at Syracuse University and her MSW and PhD at SUNY Albany.
Senior Staff Assistant, Student Services Advisor
My name is Pat Davis and I am the Student Services Advisor for the Norwich Campus. I assist students with financial aid including completing the FAFSA, loans applications, and paperwork that may be needed. I am also the Accessibility Services Coordinator for the Norwich Campus. I provide testing accommodations for students with disabilities, assist them with various technologies required for their specific needs to help them in their success in their courses. Lastly, I am also the Supervisor for the Tutor Center providing students with one-on-one or group tutoring with a peer or professional tutor. Students can email me to set up tutoring for courses they are struggling in or to set up study groups for reviewing for tests.
Assistant Professor, Sciences
I am an organismal biologist with a background in regenerative/developmental biology, ecology, and natural history specializing in herpetology. I teach most of the biology and chemistry classes at the Norwich Campus along with some classes at the Morrisville main campus. As a practitioner in applied learning for more than 10 years, I enjoy and utilize research in my classes to enhance regular course work both during lecture and labs. I operate an undergraduate research lab whereby students can further their resume by taking part in a wide variety of projects and get college credit for doing so. Projects have ranged from salamander assemblages, aquatic drone efficacy in turtle surveillance, helping local entrepreneurs create better fungus growing kits for educators nationwide, aquatic system health and monitoring, and many more that have received local and state level recognition. Students in my lab have published in scientific journals and received presentation awards at several local and state-wide research conferences.
Additionally, I collaborate with local environmental agencies, non-profit organizations, school districts, and teachers to enhance educational delivery on a wide range of biological topics. I always look forward to collaborations, so if you have an idea, feel free to contact me.
Academic Advisor, Norwich Campus
My name is Cody Gabriel and I am the Academic Advisor at the Norwich Campus. I am the person to see for most questions related to academic planning, degree completion, course registration, issues and concerns with academic classes, withdrawal, dropping classes and other student concerns.
Instructional Support Assistant, Nursing
My name is Dale Grey. Currently, I am the Instructional Support Assist working in the Clinical Nursing Laboratory. I retired from the US Air Force after 30 years of active duty service and began my tenure at SUNY Morrisville, Norwich Campus, in the Spring 2018 Semester. I am a native of Norwich as well as an Alumni of SUNY Morrisville. Instructing in the field of nursing and working with the student population has been a rewarding experience.
Mental Health Counselor, Norwich Campus
Hi! I am Betty Ann Liddell and a NY License Mental Health Counselor.
I provide mental health counseling and wellness services to the students at SUNY M-Norwich. From time to time, I have also been known to deliver group presentations or teach a Human Service class or two. My office is located on the second floor of Follett Hall, room 204. I can be reached easiest via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I live with my husband, two dogs, a few barn cats, and several horses in Madison County, NY.
Commuter/Adult Learning Specialist
My name is Judith McCann and I am the Commuter/Adult Learning Specialist at the Norwich Campus. I am the First Year Experience instructor where I introduce new students to the college experience as well as refreshing their basic study stills. The second half of the semester we look at their majors and career interest in an exploratory project. I am the also the campus advisor for the Student Government Organization and assist student officers in the development of their leadership skills while planning and executing campus events and activities. As my title reads, Commuter/Adult Learning Specialist, I look at myself as another advocate and resource for students for both academic and personal situations that may arise.
Instructional Support Assistant
My name is Maggie O’Loughlin and currently, I am the Instructional Support Assist working in the Clinical Nursing Laboratory here at Norwich. I have spent two years in the clinical nursing lab at Morrisville before coming to the Norwich campus. I retired from the US Air Force after 28 years of active duty service and began my tenure at SUNY Morrisville, Morrisville Campus, in the fall 2018 Semester. I grew up in Jamaica, which is in Queens County in the city. I attended Molloy College in Rockville Centre, Long Island and then went into the Air Force. I love instructing and working with the student population lets me see and assist with the future of our healthcare force
My name is Shari Ryan and I am the Office Assistant for the Norwich Campus. I am the front desk reception person at the Welcome desk, located in the lobby of the Atrium. I am the first point of contact for students and visitors. A student would come to me with any questions that they may have, for example, directions as to where their classroom is located. A student would also come to me to submit any documentation that the college is requesting that they provide. Students can also come to me if they wish to see an advisor, or wish to make an appointment with one. The main function of my position is to be a liaison for the students, answering their questions and providing college related information to them. I help the students in any way that I can.
My name is Linda Taylor, DNP, RN, NEA-BC and I am joining the faculty as an Assistant Professor for the Nursing Program. I have worked in a variety of nursing education and leadership roles in both hospitals and long-term care facilities. I have always enjoyed mentoring, teaching and advising students and new nurses as they start and advance in their careers. I am excited about being able to help students learn the technical and critical thinking skills that they need to become nurses.
Computer Services Tech / Library Assistant
My name is Brian Tefft and I am the Computer Service Technician at the Norwich Campus. You can see me for help with general tech support, laptop orders, account help and support with online services such as webmail and Blackboard, and library support. I’ve been at the Norwich Campus for 15 years and love being a part of our campus community.
Assistant Professor, Nursing
My name is Susan Trueworthy MS, RN, and I am an Associate Professor for the Nursing Program. I currently teach Nursing 210 and 250 on the Norwich campus. My office is located on the second floor, 211. The best way to reach me is via email email@example.com.
I live in Hamilton, NY with my husband. We have two grown daughters. I enjoy being outdoors and traveling.