Academic Success Center Creates New Faculty Advisory Council
The Council to the Academic Success Center (ASC) at Kent Campus was established to enhance collaboration between the ASC and faculty in the shared goal of student success in learning. The Council provides valuable faculty perspective on academic and classroom experiences and expectations to shape ASC initiatives and services to best support students.
- The Council draws upon the expertise of its faculty members to provide advice and recommendations to the ASC director regarding
- academic support needs at Kent State University.
- collaborations with faculty, inside and outside of the classroom.
- new ASC programs and initiatives.
- identification and elimination of barriers to student academic success
- The Council reviews and provides feedback on the ASC’s annual assessment and evaluation reports.
- Council faculty members share the mission and work of the ASC with colleagues through meetings in their academic units and other opportunities as appropriate. Council faculty members advocate for ASC collaborations across campus.
- The Council may invite experts to join meetings or submit information to the council in review of specific concerns or proposals.
Council membership consists of minimally two to four full-time faculty members, from Tenure- and Nontenure-tracks. Council appointments are voluntary and include a service term of two academic years. Membership may continue for three consecutive terms.
Congratulations to the inaugural ASC Faculty Advisory Council members:
- John Dunlosky, Ph.D., professor, Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences
- Karen Mascolo, Ph.D., associate professor, Nursing, College of Nursing
- Julie Nurnberger-Haag, Ph.D., assistant professor, Mathematics Education, College of Education, Health, and Human Services
- Dr. Beverly Reed, professor, Mathematical Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences
- Dr. Wendy Tietz, professor, Accounting, College of Business Administration