Maria A. Giammarella, Ph.D.
University at Albany, Counseling Psychology
Department of Psychology (currently reassigned to the Percy E. Sutton SEEK Program)
Hunter College, Room 1006 East
695 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10065
Tel: (212) 772-5754
*Formerly Maria A. Rodriguez
Dr. Maria A. Giammarella has been a member of the Hunter College faculty for more than thirty years and is a strong advocate for the needs of opportunity program students in higher education. Her commitment to multicultural counseling is an integral part of her professional work, teaching, research and scholarly endeavors. She is a licensed Psychologist in the State of New York.
Current Areas of Research:
Dr. Giammarella’s research interests and publications have focused on developing culturally relevant educational and career interventions for at-risk college students and assessing the impact of those interventions. Recently, she completed an online multimedia educational and career planning tutorial using video interviews of Hunter College SEEK (Search for Education, Elevation, and Knowledge) Program alumni. The tutorial represents a unique resource supporting counseling coursework and services to opportunity program students. The tutorial project was made possible by a grant from the CUNY Office of Special Programs and the Hunter College SEEK Department.
Rodriguez, M., P. w. A. G. N. P. a. N. S. (2011). Tutorial: How will you care for the future? An Online, Multimedia, Educational and Career Planning Tutorial Highlighting Hunter SEEK Alumni.
Rodriguez, M. (2009). Report to the Center of Puerto Rican Studies Faculty Fellows Program, Survey of Latino Student Experiences in College: Counseling Considerations, August 2009.
Contributor to: Pedersen, P., et al. (1999). Key Words in Multicultural Interventions: A Dictionary, Greenwood Press.
Rodriguez, M. (1994). Preparing an effective occupational information brochure for ethnic minorities. Career Development Quarterly, 43, 178-184.
Rodriguez, M. (1994). Career courses for academically and economically disadvantaged college students. World Council for Curriculum and Instruction.
Rodriguez, M. (1990). Integrating Career Development within Special Admissions Programs. Invited author, Education in Asia Journal, 10, 134-138.
Rodriguez, M. and Blocher, D. (1988). Comparison of Two Approaches to Enhancing Career Maturity in Puerto Rican Women. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 35, 275-280.