Dr. Clarence WIlliams Jr. is an assistant professor of education and the director of graduate programs. Dr. Williams' career in education spans over 30 years. He holds an Undergraduate Degree from SUNY Oswego in English Writing Arts, a Master of Science Degree from the College of Mount Saint Vincent in Multi-Cultural Education, a Master of Science Degree in Education Administration from the College of Saint Rose, and a Doctoral degree from Saint John’s University in Educational Leadership. Clarence holds an SAS and SDL license and a K-12 Special Education License. Dr. Williams has been an assistant Principal, Principal, and an Assistant Superintendent in the New York City Department of Education, specializing in Multicultural education, educational leadership and special education.