Daniel G. Banks - Director
Daniel is the Director of the Ophthalmic Science Technology Department. He teaches various courses during the first and second year of the program. He has a B.S. in Business Administration from Thomas Edison State College and an A.A.S in Ophthalmic Science from Camden County College. Daniel is certified by American Board of Opticianry (ABO), National Contact Lens Examiners (NCLE), and is a licensed Optician in New Jersey.
|Patrick B. Goughary
Patrick is a full time instructor teaching courses in contact lens
fitting, anatomy of the eye, and optics. He has an A.A.S. in Ophthalmic
Dispensing from Erie Community College, a B.S. in Liberal Studies
from the State University of New York, and a M.A. in English from
Rutgers University. He is a licensed optician in New Jersey and
New York, designated a Master in Ophthalmic Optics by the American
Board of Opticianry (ABO), certified by the National Contact Lens
Examiners (NCLE), and an Honored Fellow of the Contact Lens Society
of America (CLSA). Publications include the CLSA's Contact Lens
Manual, and a regular column in EyeWitness magazine.
Nancy is Director of the Clinical Dispensary. She has an A.A.S.
in Ophthalmic Science from Camden County College, and is a licensed
optician in New Jersey. She is also certified by the American Board
of Opticianry (ABO). Nancy administers the optical dispensary that
serves the entire college community, and the cooperative education
courses that provide hands-on training to students. She also teaches
the ophthalmic dispensary lab courses.
John is a licensed optician in New Jersey. He has an A.A.S. degree
in Ophthalmic Science from Camden County College. He graduated in
1980, and is on the permanent President's List. John has been teaching
dispensing and materials labs since 1987.
Sheryl is pleased to be teaching as a Lab Assistant in the Ophthalmic
Science Department. She has served on the Ophthalmic Advisory Board
since 1994, and has recently become an Honored Member of the Opticians
Association of America (OAA). She was the winner of the 1994 National
Varilux Competition for authoring a children's book about spectacle
correction, which has since been approved for copyright. Sheryl
holds a B.A. from Beaver College, and an A.A.S. from Camden County
College. She is married with three children.
Dr. Vincent Sorgentoni