Dr. Sharon Aneta Bryant
Associate Professor and CSTEP Project Director
Decker School of Nursing Rm 202
PO Box 6000
Binghamton, New York 13902
DSON 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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