Chestnut Hill College Appoints Steven Guerriero, Ph.D. Dean of the School of Graduate Studies
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
PHILADELPHIA, PA – Steven
Guerriero, Ph.D. has been appointed Dean of the School of Graduate Studies at
Chestnut Hill College. Bringing close to 20 years experience in graduate
education, Guerriero comes to Chestnut Hill from Antioch University New England,
where he was the chief academic officer, vice president for academic affairs,
and former interim dean of academic affairs.
In his new position at
Chestnut Hill College, Guerriero will oversee the College's School of Graduate
Studies which offers master’s level programs in human services, clinical and
counseling psychology, education, holistic spirituality, and instructional
technology as well as the APA accredited Doctor of Psychology in Clinical
Psychology program (Psy.D.).
Guerriero began his career in social work, and then
went on to teaching positions at Franklin Pierce University and New England
College, becoming the director of graduate and continuing studies at New
England. Prior to his last position at Antioch University New England, Guerriero
also served as interim president, chairperson of the department of organization
and management, academic team leader, and as an organization
development consultant in addition to his teaching responsibilities. Guerriero
was also the owner and chef of two award-winning restaurants, Café Guerriero and
Guerriero’s Hampshire House in Keene, New Hampshire.
Steven Guerriero graduated cum laude from Seton Hall University with a
Bachelor of Arts in history, and holds master’s degrees in management and
organization development from Antioch University New England and Fielding
Graduate University. He received his Ph.D. in human and organizational systems
from Fielding Graduate University.
“I think the School of Graduate Studies at Chestnut
Hill College has a very solid foundation, and I am excited about the
possibilities ahead, says Guerriero. “I am looking forward to working with the
SGS staff, program chairs and coordinators to enhance existing programs and
develop new programs for the ever changing graduate marketplace.”