Faculty and Staff
Nancy J. Evangelista
Assoc Provost, Dean CPS
Alfred University Contact Info
Office Location:
Phone: 607.871.2124  
Nancy J. Evangelista
B.S. : Special Education
Western Michigan University, 1978

Ph.D.: School Psychology
Syracuse University, 1986

Areas of Concentration
Administrative interests: Leadership development, assessment of student learning outcomes, student engagement and retention. Discipline interests: Early childhood issues, autism and developmental disorders, effective supervision practices.

Professional Affiliations
Membership: Association of Graduate Councils, Beta Gamma Sigma, American Psychological Association, National Association of School Psychologists. Credentials: Licensed psychologist, certified school psychologist.

Selected Publications
Evangelista, N. (2009). The infant and early childhood psychologist: Foundations for practice. In B. A. Mowder, F. Rubinson, & A. E. Yasik (Eds). Evidence-based practice in infant and early childhood psychology (pp. 3-44). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

Evangelista, N. (2006, Winter). Supervising interns: Models for guiding the journey. New York School Psychologist, 24 (2), 5-28. (Reprinted in The Nebraska School Psychologist, June, 2006).

Evangelista, N., & McLellan, M. (2004). The Zero to Three Diagnostic System: A framework for considering emotional and behavioral problems in young children. School Psychology Review, 33, 159-173.

Bushansky, M., & Evangelista, N. (2004, Summer). Ethics and professional practices: On practicing psychology without a license. New York School Psychologist, 22 (4),5-6.

Evangelista, N. (2001). Understanding the social and personal needs of early school-aged children. In J.F. Carlson & B. B. Waterman (Eds.). Social and personal assessment of school-aged children: Developing interventions for educational and clinical use. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Evangelista, N. & Rezak, L. (2000). Guidelines for preschool psychological assessment in New York State. New York School Psychologist, 19, 12-16. [On-line: http://www.nyasp.org/articles.htm].

Lidz, C. A., Eisenstadt, M. S., Evangelista, N., Rubinson, F., Stokes, J., Thies, L., & Trachtman, G. (1999, Summer). Flexible assessment: Position paper. The School Psychologist, 53, 92-96.