Dr. Sharon Aneta Bryant
Associate Professor and CSTEP Project Director
Decker School of Nursing Rm 202
PO Box 6000
Binghamton, New York 13902
Decker School of Nursing Rm 206
The success of a program such as CSTEP can only be measured by the success of its graduates. Below is a continually updated listing of students who participated in the BU CSTEP program, and a few of the activities they are currently involved in.
Notice: we are currently updating the CSTEP alumni listing. We would greatly appreciate entries from Binghamton University graduates who participated in CSTEP. We would like to know: your name, contact information, graduation date, degree information, vocational status, accomplishments, and any organizations you were/are currently a member of. Please send your information to the CSTEP Project Director, Dr. Sharon Aneta Bryant at email@example.com.
Dr. Iyabode Agboola (pre-health): earned a degree from New York University. Published an article entitled "A Day in the Life of a Psychiatrist in-the-Making" in Academic Psychiatry.
Dr. Marcus Allen (political science): completed PhD dissertation in Political Science, Binghamton University.
Shaquana Cooper (pre-law): attending West Virginia University Law School.
Megan Gordon-Dearing (pre-law): first year law student, University of Connecticut.
Dr. Sheldon Fields (nursing): BA and MS; currently a family nurse practitioner; Assistant Professor, School of Nursing, University of Rochester.
Dr. Francine Hippolyte (pre-health): Graduated from SUNY Health Science Center at Brooklyn.
Dr. Ijeoma Isiadinso (pre-health): MD and MPH from the Medical College of Pennsylvania and Hahnemann Medical College.
Julius Johnson, III, (nursing): RN at New York University Medical Center (Medical / ICU, Surgical / ICU, Cardiovascular Care Units and Coronary Care Units); JUMP Nation City Alumni Advisor.
Tamara Jordan, JD (pre-law): selected for Washington Internship Experience; earned a JD from Northeastern University.
Dr. Steven Lee Kong (pre-health): recipient of National Institutes of Health Pre-doctoral Intramural Research Training Award; graduated with an MD from Columbia University and is currently conducting surgical research; recipient of Dr. Cecil G. Marquez, B.A.L.S.O. Student Award (outstanding contribution to the Black and Latin Student Organization and the minority community).
Samantha R. Lewis, NP (nursing): MS in community health nursing; Nurse Practitioner specializing in family practice.
Lyndonna Marrast (pre-health): third year medical school student at School of Medicine at Stony Brook.
Thelma Ofori (pre-law): attending Tulane University Law School.
Oladapo Olayemi (pre-law): attending George Washington University Law School.
Nina Padmore, BS RN (nursing): currently works for the Visiting Nurse Service; graduate student at Hunter College in the Masters of Public Health and Community Health Nursing Program.
Lexie Rojas (pre-law): attending Syracuse University Law School.
Dr. Karen Marie Winkfield (pre-med): MD and PhD, Duke University; recipient of the UNCF/Merck Graduate Science Research Dissertation Fellowship and the Academic Medicine Fellowship presented by National Medical Fellowships in conjunction with Bristol-Myers Sqibb. Upon graduation from Duke, completed a one year internship in internal medicine, to be followed by a four-year residency at the Harvard Radiation Oncology Program. Karen is a published author in peer-reviewed scientific journals and has received multiple accololades for her clinical accumen.
Peta-Gaye Wallace (pre-law): completed two master's degrees in English Education and Administration and Supervision at Columbia University. Peta-Gaye taught for six years, staff developed for one year, and is currently working as an Assistant Principal.
Last Updated: 11/12/09