Graduate of Felician College Nursing Program, Mrs. Banyai worked as a Registered Professional Nurse at the University of Medicine and Dentistry for 25 years. She served as the Ambulatory Care Coordinator for the Division of Immunology and Infectious Diseases and the children’s Hospital AIDS Program. In 1994, she became the Special Projects Coordinator for The Francois-Xavier Bagnoud International Training Program and was responsible for Departmental Quality Assurance and Research Study Oversight. From 1994-2002, Mrs. Banyai was the Program Coordinator for the Francois-Xavier Bagnoud International Pediatric HIV training Program, hosting over 250 Medical Doctors, Nurses, Social Workers and Health Care Providers from over 35 countries. In 2002, she became the Program Coordinator for the Pediatric AIDS Clinical Trials International Training Program during which time she traveled to Thailand and South Africa to assist with in country development and training of clinical trials personnel. In 2005, she enrolled at Western Governor’s University to obtain her teaching degree, and joined the faculty of Saint Philip where she has since taught middle school science and visual arts.
Science: Grades 6-8