Meet the Faculty Administration at Florida National University
VP of Academic Affairs:
Dr.Barbara J. Rodriguez Ed.D, M.S.
Ph: (305) 821-3333 ext: 1100
Dr. Loreto Almonte Allied Health Division Head
Ph: (305) 821 3333 ext: 1074 firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Carlos Cuervo Allied Health Department Head
Ph: (305) 821 3333 ext: 1074 email@example.com
Mr. Jose Antonio Lammoglia, RRT, MA Respiratory Therapy Program Director
Ph: (305) 821 3333 ext: 1074 firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Victor Fernandez, RVT, RDMS, RCS Respiratory Diagnostic Medical Sonographer Technology Program Director
Ph: (305) 821 3333 ext: 1074 email@example.com
Dr. Kelly Krenkel, PT, DPT Physical Therapist Assistant Program Director
Ph: (305) 821 3333 ext: 1048 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Mauricio Restrepo A.S., CDT Dental Department Head
Ph: (305) 821 3333 email@example.com
James Bullen, PhD. Business & Economics Division Head
Ph: (305)821-3333 ext: 1070 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ernesto Gonzalez, PhD. Business & Economics Department Head
Ph: (305)821-3333 ext: 1070 email@example.com
Liz Barcena, LLM., Criminal Justice/Paralegal-Legal Dept. Head
Ph: (305)821-3333 ext: 1058 firstname.lastname@example.org
Oscar Perez, M.A. English as a Second Language Division Head
Ph: (305)821-3333 ext: 1103 email@example.com
Maria Abreira, M.S., English as a Second Language Department Head
Ph: (305)821-3333 ext: 1103 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ariel Oquendo, B.A., English as a Second Language Department Head
Ph: (305)821-3333 ext: 1103 email@example.com
Dr. Lydie Janvier, DNP, MSN, MSN Program Director
Ph: (305)821-3333 ext: 1056 firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Ruben Coll, RN,BSN,MSN, BSN Program Director
Ph: (305)821-3333 ext: 1077 email@example.com
Ingrid Parenteau ADON for South Campus
Ph: (305)226-9999 ext: 1348 firstname.lastname@example.org
Maida Burgos, DNP, R.N., R.H.I.T. ADN Program Director
Ph: (305)821-3333 ext: 1059 email@example.com
Yunieski Farradas, MSN, ADON
Ph: (305)821-3333 ext: 1158 firstname.lastname@example.org
Anjelis Oliveira, MSN, MHA, RN ADON – South Campus
Ph: (305)226-9999 ext: 1348 email@example.com
Dr. Jose Perez, Psy.D, Psychology Program Director
Ph: (305)821-3333 ext: 1149 firstname.lastname@example.org
Effective Management of the University Classroom
Faculty Continuing Education Multicultural Education
Motivating Students CEU
Tips for Keeping Your Students Engaged in Class
FACULTY CREDENTIALS Credential Guidelines Official transcripts must be presented for all and every degree obtained, whether domestic or foreign. Faculty submitting degrees and transcripts from foreign universities must submit an original evaluation of those transcripts by a nationally recognized evaluation institution.
EARLY ALERT! Identifying students at risk is a key means of improving retention. An Early Alert provides the professional staff of the University with an indication that a student may be at risk.
The earlier the intervention, the more impact it can have on the student’s overall success.
How does Early Alert work? Faculty are asked to identify students who have demonstrated poor academic progress due to excessive absences, low test/quiz scores, incomplete/missing assignments, weak skills, classroom behaviors, or personal issues. The faculty member is encouraged to initiate contact with student at the first sign of academic difficulty.
If faculty intervention is unsuccessful, the faculty member should contact our advising center and provide the necessary information about the student at risk.
The Advising Center will contact the student at risk via e-mails, phone calls, and letters to advise them of the referring faculty’s concerns and discuss possible strategies to improve class performance. The student is also encouraged to contact the faculty member regarding the referral.
A follow-up session is scheduled with the student by the counselor to discuss student progress or difficulties that may have arisen in carrying out the “action plan.”
An Educational Philosophy
As stated in the University Catalog:
Florida National University devotes itself to the cause of education, aware that: (1)
preparing individuals for personal and professional success is laying the basis for stable and prosperous societies; (2) there is much to gain from the impetus, creativity, and sheer desire to belong in the many new arrivals who are a vital part of the rapid growth of Southern Florida. Florida National University would like to be a part of this process of incorporation of so many diverse elements into the many opportunities this prosperous nation has to offer; as well as to receive the enrichment which these diverse elements bring to the American milieu in order to continue the unique position the United States has amongst the nations of the world.