Rick C. Mathews, Director
Lori Percle, Assistant Director
Jeff began working for the NCSP in March 2013 and is currently the NCSP Editor and Website Coordinator. He currently serves as a professional faculty representative on the Committee on Academic Freedom, Freedom of Expression, & Community Responsibility (CAFFECoR) in the SUNY Albany Senate.
Jeff holds an M.A. in American History, summa cum laude, from SUNY Albany and his thesis City of Brick and Stone: New York and Hanover Square From Settlement to Revolution, 1626-1783, documented the early history of New York City and a section of lower Manhattan that was influential in the printing industry. He also holds a B.A. in American History and Latin American and Caribbean Studies, summa cum laude, from SUNY Albany.
Prior to working at the NCSP, Jeff was a Production Department Intern at SUNY Press and a Library Aide at the Castleton Public Library.
He has presented original research at conferences at Fordham University, Central Michigan University, and the University of Kent (Canterbury, UK) and was the recipient of the Arthur Ekrich Prize in History, the Catharine Newbold Award, and the Presidential Award for Research, all from SUNY Albany. In 2009, Jeff received a scholarship to conduct research at the University of Texas at Austin, Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library, where he focused on State Department Policy and news media during the Vietnam war.
Jeff was also the co-President of the Chi Delta Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, the National History Honors Society, and is an inducted member of Phi Beta Kappa.