Dr. Paul Antonellis, Jr., Ed.D. has more than 20 years of fire/EMS experience, holding various positions including chief of department. read more
Empire State College: Student Assessment (Spring 2010)
"I just wanted to say thank you to you, for the best the course that I have taken yet at ESC, and probably in my college career...Your participation is what makes the difference. I'm so happy that I volunteered to be a team leader for the bargaining discussion group project, and with your guidance and participation, I feel that I was able to maximize my experience in the course, and truly learn concepts that will help me in my career. I will be letting the college know my thoughts about your talents as well. Take care and thank you."
Online/School of Professional and Continuing Education Instructor of the Year award nomination from a student (SNHU-2008):
"Professor Antonellis has a great online teaching style. I have had many online courses through SNHU and believe my Labor Relations course is the most interesting as well as educational. He is prompt, knowledgeable, personable and combines real life examples with the text/reading so the subject matter sticks".
Empire State College: Student Assessment (Fall 2009)
"You were awesome. I doubt that I've had an instructor in the entire time that I've studied as ESC that was as involved in the class as you. This was one of the best courses that I have taken."
Dr. Paul Antonellis
Empire State College: Student Assessment (Summer 2012)
"I think the instructor is key to quality and participation in discussions/interactions. For example, in my previous online classes my instructors let me post threads the last day it was due to completion. After your feedback I realized that no way was this acceptable for good discussion among classmates as they had no time to post and respond to me. Along with that, the content that you required each of us post in the discussions really assisted the posts and conversation among students. Out of all of my online classes, this class had the most instructor participation and interaction. It truly does help the course move along and keep students involved and excited."