Dr. Arlene Rosen
Dr. Arlene Rosen joined the faculty of The College of New Rochelle several years ago. She serves on several committees including the Council of the Faculty, for which she has been chair for the past three years. She also serves on the Council of Faculty Subcommittee on a Culture of Assessment and the COF Subcommittee on Faculty Development and Evaluation, as well as the Faculty Retirement Oversight Committee. She is a member of several strategic planning and implementation committees, including the 21st-Century Academic Committee. At the School of Nursing, she has been on the Curriculum Committee and Curriculum Task Force, serving as chair for five years.
Dr. Rosen has served on numerous community boards, including 12 years on the Briarcliff Manor School Board, often as president, and the Westchester-Putnam School Boards Association Executive Board of Directors. She currently serves on the Professional Advisory Board for the Visiting Nurse Services in Westchester, the Westchester County Elder Abuse Coalition, and is active with the HOPE Community Services in New Rochelle.
Her doctoral dissertation, “Reasoning Patterns Used in Decision Making by Community Health Nurses with Varying Levels of Proficiency, Education, and Experience,” was presented at the Stewart Research conference at Teachers College, Columbia University. Her interest areas for study focus on decision making, group dynamics, and working with vulnerable populations, especially the elderly in community settings. Recently she became a fellow at the New York Academy of Medicine.