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Message from the Dean, Tamara Jhashi

Welcome to the School of Liberal Arts at Mercy College! As Dean, I am excited to share with you the exceptional opportunities in the Arts and Humanities, Mathematics and Computer Science, as well as in our cutting-edge programs in Cybersecurity.

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Contact the School of Liberal Arts

Tamara Jhashi, Ph.D.
Dean, School of Liberal Arts
(914) 674-7803
GMH 103


Richard Medoff
Associate Dean
(914) 674-7390
GMH 102


Kelli J. Johnn
Assistant to the Dean
(914) 674-3033
GMH 102


Kiersten Ettinger
Graduate Assistant, Dean's Office
(914) 674-7851
GMH 100


Kathy Dering
Admin Asst., MATH/CS
(914) 674-7536
GMH 104


Linda Dubiell
Admin. Asst., Literature and Language
(914) 674-7353
GMH 201


Nancy Collins
Admin. Asst., Humanities
(914) 674-7535
GMH 201


Jayliss Pichardo
Admin. Asst., Communication and the Arts
(914) 674-7315
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Research Salon
Flyer - History/Time/Change 1950-2017
Mercy College: History/Time/Change 1950-2017
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Time is now

“Time present and time past
Are both perhaps present in time future
And time future contained in time past. . . .

”Time past and time future
Allow but a little consciousness.
To be conscious is not to be in time
But only in time can the moment in the rose-garden,
The moment in the arbour where the rain beat,
The moment in the draughty church at smokefall
Be remembered; involved with past and future.
Only through time time is conquered."

― T.S. Eliot, Four Quartets

Maher Hall

The School of Liberal Arts teaches students how to think and become lifelong learners. And this benefit alone makes such an education more practical and useful than any job-specific training ever could.

Jonathan Kruk: A Journey Back in Time
Flyer - M.E.T.A.
M.E.T.A.

This two hour workshop is an introduction to basic
soldering skills for electronics. Students are welcome to
come to either workshop.
We will start by examining a fun interactive LED light
circuit. Then we will solder electronic components to a
printed circuit board (shaped as a small bug - as
pictured above). Participants will leave with a fun,
interactive electronic ‘bug’.
With these basic skills, you can build all kinds of electronics
kits for robotics, music production, home automation,
etc..
This workshop is presented in conjunction with our new
technology student group M.E.T.A.. For more information
on M.E.T.A. or the workshop, please contact
Woody Sullender (wsullender@mercy.edu).

The Mercy Cybersecurity Education Center, seeks to inform the public about potential threats and create new technicians to combat potential threats.

Communication and the Arts at Mercy College

Find your favorite major in the world of music, media, computer arts and public relations. Mercy College has them all.

Marc Palmieri
Faculty Spotlight

Marc Palmieri has  taught in the MFA, English and Humanities Departments at The City College of New York since 2006. He has written the plays Poor Fellas; Carl The Second; Levittown (NY Times Critic’s Pick); and The Groundling; all published by Dramatists Play Service. Film credits include Telling You (Screenwriter, Miramax Films); The Sonnet Project (Director); IFP Spirit Award nominated Too Much Sleep (Lead Actor), and 12 national television commercials.  He has been published by Applause Books, and has had work appear in Smith & Kraus, and Fiction Magazine. A member the Screen Actor’s Guild (Sag Award TV Nominating Committee member), and Actors Equity, Marc received a B.A. in Speech, Communications & Theatre from Wake Forest University after being drafted by The Toronto Blue Jays as a pitcher and his M.A. in Creative Writing at City College.