Stockton Advising Council

The Stockton Advising Council was created to serve as an advisory board for The Center for Academic Advising. They give counsel to The Center for Academic Advising on any issues concerning preceptorial advising at Stockton.

The purpose of the Stockton Advising Council is to:

  1. Promote excellence in the employment of best practices in academic advising
  2. Support the growth and development of advising and advisors
  3. Foster awareness of the relevance and importance of advising in our students, faculty, staff, and administration
  4. Raise the level of discourse about advising on our campus, including the notion of advising as teaching
  5. Heighten awareness of the purpose of the Stockton Advising Council throughout the campus

The Stockton Advising Council serves as a liaison to other faculty and staff in their school or office. Each person serves for a two-year term. During the second year a new member is mentored by the current member who will then rotate off. Stockton Advising Council members welcome your input about any type of advising issues.

Best Practices in Preceptorial Advising Document

January 31, 2014, the Stockton Advising Council endorsed a document (click here to view) which outlines a vision, and mision for preceptorial advising at Stockton. The document also outlines what best practices in advising looks like from the point of view of preceptor and preceptee. 

  • Beau Hancock, 2nd year
  • Bevin Song, 2nd year
  • Yongbok Yi, extended term
  • Rosa Perez-Maldonado, Assistant Dean
  • Noel Criscione, 1st year
  • Naz Onel, 2nd year
  • Joseph Lema, extended term
  • Shelly Myers, 1st year
  • Kate Juliani, EDUC advisor
  • Robert Blaskiewicz, 2nd year
  • Thierry Saintine, 1st year
  • Barry Pemberton, 2nd year
  • Jeffrey Weber, 1st year
  • Lauren Belasco, 2nd year
  • Rachel Kirzner, extended term
  • Ruibin Lu, 1st year
  • Michele Previti, 2nd year
  • Bryce Muth, 1st year
  • Anthony Dissen, extended term
  • Kerri Sowers, extended term
  • Ariane Newman, Asst. Dean
  • Dana DeFiore
  • Angel Hernandez, EOF
  • G.T. Lenard
  • Carra Hood
  • Dina Yankelewitz
  • Betsy McShea
  • Marcia Fiedler
  • Claire Lopatto
  • Emily van Duyne
  • Lauren Fonseca
  • Marcy Isabella
  • Daniel Ehrenfeld
  • Mark Mallett
  • Jo'el Ludovich
  • Michelle McDonald
  • Adam Miyashiro
  • Arnaldo Cordero-Roman
  • Yongbok Yi
  • Hannah Ueno
  • Nancy Messina
  • Caitlin Pittenger
  • Chris DiSanto
  • Norma Boakes
  • Lois Spitzer
  • Amy Ackerman
  • Susan Cydis
  • Ronnie Tinsley
  • Pam Vaughan
  • Priti Haria
  • Meg White
  • Stacey Culleny
  • Jung Lee
  • Amy Hadley
  • Maritza Jauregui
  • Joyce Welliver
  • Margaret Slusser
  • Joan Perks
  • Ron Caplan
  • Mary Padden-Denmead
  • Kerri Sowers
  • Tara Luke
  • Mark Sullivan
  • Jessie Jarvis
  • Neil Aaronson
  • Ellis Benjamin
  • Earl Benjamin
  • Chia-Liu Wu
  • Anna Pfeiffer-Herbert
  • Steven Kalman
  • Donna Albano
  • Aakash Taneja
  • Debbie Corbin
  • Vincent Cicirello
  • Michael Busler
  • Diane Holtzman
  • Esther Lawrence
  • Joe Lema
  • Sandy Chen
  • Helen Wei
  • Marissa Levy
  • Mark Berg
  • William Cabin
  • Michael Rodriguez
  • MaryBeth Sherrier
  • Ellen Mutari
  • Christine Gayda-Chelder
  • Betsy Erbaugh
  • Nazia Kazi
  • Rachel Kirzner
  • Pat Donahue, Career Education & Development
  • Maralyn Mason, EOF