Academic Advising

Academic Advising

Professional staff knowledgeable of the pharmacy professional and graduate curricula and empathetic to the needs and concerns of students provides academic and personal advisement. Additionally, the staff assists students with course selection and registration; coordinates open houses for prospective students; facilitates student workshops on study habits and time management; prepares scholarship letters; assists in the review of applicants and coordinates the interview schedule of applicants; and assists in matters of progression and scholastic review of students.



Student and Professional Affairs

The Office of Student and Professional Affairs serves as an advisement and resource center for students enrolled in the professional programs of LIU Pharmacy. The office provides students with academic and personal advisement, registration materials, information on scholastic standing, scholarship applications, applications for intern permits and board examinations, listings of intern positions and other employment opportunities, information on student activities and professional organizations and other services and information of interest to entry-level professional pharmacy students.


Office of Academic and Student Affairs Staff

Kenza E. Benzeroual, Ph.D.

Assistant Dean, Academic and Student Affairs

L130E

718-488-1253

Cheryl Evans, Ph.D. Director, Center for Teaching and Learning LB03D
718-780-6077

Patrick J. Campbell, M.A.

Director, Student Professional Activities

L123

718-488-1241

Rheba J. Jules, M.S., M.S.Ed.

Director, Pharmacy Academic Affairs

L130D

718-488-3368

Sandy Nelson, M.A.

Coordinator, Pharmacy Academic Advising

L130B

718-488-1235

Kelley Kritz, M.S.

Pharmacy Academic Advisor

L130C

718-488-1693

Thea Ogunusi, M.A.

Pharmacy Academic Advisor

L130A

718-488-1270

Jessica Cocozza, M.S.

Pharmacy Academic Advisor

L130B

718-246-6112

Joyce Lau, M.S. Pre-Pharmacy/Early Decision Academic Advisor
L124 718-488-1238
Frances Caesar Secretary L130 718-488-1234


Graduate Affairs

The Office of Graduate Affairs serves as an advisement and resource center for students enrolled in the MS and PhD programs of LIU Pharmacy. The office provides students with academic and personal advisement, registration materials, information on scholastic standing, graduate and research assistant applications, employment opportunities, information on student activities, and other services and information of interest graduate pharmacy students.


Office of Graduate Affairs Staff

Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Studies

Graduate Programs Coordinator

David Taft, Ph.D.

Program Director, Ph.D. in Industrial Pharmacy and M.S. in Pharmaceutics

L32

718-488-1632

Anait Levenson, M.D., Ph.D.

Program Director, M.S. in Pharmacology and Toxicology

HS605

718-246-6323

John Pappan, M.S., M.S., M.A

Program Director, M.S. in Drug Regulatory Affairs

LB12

718-780-4154

Mimi Pezzuto, R.Ph., M.S. Program Director, M.S. in Cosmetic Science
HS609
718-488-1630

CONTACT

LIU Pharmacy
John M. Pezzuto, A.B., Ph.D.
Dean