Academic Deans Council
Glen McClish, Interim Dean
Phone: (619) 594-5456, Fax: (619) 594-6281
Glen McClish is the Acting Interim Dean of the College of Arts and Letters. Since 1999, Glen McClish has been Professor of Rhetoric and Writing Studies at San Diego State University. He has published articles and reviews in Rhetoric Society Quarterly, Advances in the History of Rhetoric, College English, The Journal of Communication and Religion, The Journal of Teaching Writing, Rhetorica, Quarterly Journal of Speech, Rhetoric and Public Affairs, Composition Studies, andCommunication Education. In addition, he has edited a composition textbook and several instructors’ manuals. His scholarly interests include eighteenth- and nineteenth-century British and American rhetoric (with a particular emphasis on African American discourse), as well as composition and communication pedagogy.
Bruce Reinig, Thomas & Evelyn Page Dean (Interim)
Phone: (619) 594-5259, Fax: (619) 594-1573
Bruce A. Reinig is the Thomas & Evelyn Page Dean (Interim) of the Fowler College of Business and a Professor of Management Information Systems (MIS). He received his Ph.D. in MIS from the University of Arizona and his B.S. in Marketing from Truman State University.
Dr. Reinig joined SDSU in 2000 and has served as the MIS Department Chair for 8 years, during which time he recruited several highly competitive and top performing faculty members and worked with local business leaders to update the MIS curriculum across all programs. These efforts were instrumental in building the MS in Information Systems (2011) and the MS in Cybersecurity Management (2019) degree programs. He has received numerous teaching awards for graduate and undergraduate teaching including the Sports MBA Program Faculty of the Year (six times), the MBA Most Influential Professor, and the MSIS Most Influential Professor (twice). He also received the SDSU Alumni Association Award for Outstanding Faculty Contribution for the 2010-2011 year.
His primary research interest is the use of analytics, mathematical programming, and information technology to support individual and group decision-making. He has published over sixty articles on these and related topics and his work has appeared in the Journal of MIS, Journal of the AIS, Communications of the ACM, Decision Sciences, Long Range Planning and Decision Support Systems, among others.
Prior to SDSU, Dr. Reinig served as a faculty member at Trinity University in Texas and, earlier, at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
Y. Barry Chung, Dean
Phone: (619) 594-1370, Fax: (619) 594-7082
A native of Hong Kong, Y. Barry Chung received his A.M. and Ph.D. in counseling psychology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and his B.A. in educational psychology and counseling from the National Taiwan Normal University. Prior to his appointment as Dean of the College of Education at SDSU in 2018, he was Associate Dean for Graduate Studies in the School of Education at Indiana University Bloomington. He also served as Department Chair at Northeastern University, and Professor and Program Director at Georgia State University.
Dr. Chung’s research interests include career development, multicultural counseling, and sexual orientation and gender diversity issues. He has presented and published widely on these topics. He was appointed to 10 journal editorial boards internationally, and was Executive Editor of the American Psychological Association (APA) Division 44 Book Series. Dr. Chung was President of the National Career Development Association, Society of Counseling Psychology, and Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs. He has also served on APA’s Board of Educational Affairs, Board for the Advancement of Psychology in the Public Interest, Membership Board, and Finance Committee. Currently he is an elected member on the APA Council of Representatives. Dr. Chung is a Fellow of APA (Divisions 17, 44, 45, and 52), Asian American Psychological Association, and National Career Development Association.
Eugene Olevsky, Dean
Phone: (619) 594-6061, Fax: (619) 594-6005
Dr. Olevsky received his B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Kiev State University and M.S. degree in Applied Mathematics from Kiev Institute of Technology; his Ph.D. degree in Materials Engineering was granted in 1990 by the Ukraine National Academy of Sciences.
In 1992, Dr. Olevsky joined Max-Planck Institute for Metal Research in Stuttgart, Germany as a Post-Doctoral Fellow, in 1994, he became a Research Fellow at the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium; in 1995, he joined UC San Diego as a Visiting Scholar at the NSF Institute for Mechanics and Materials. In 1998, Dr. Olevsky became an Assistant Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department at San Diego State University. In 2001, he was promoted to an Associate Professor, and in 2004, he became a Professor. In 2007, Dr. Olevsky was awarded the title of SDSU Distinguished Professor of Mechanical Engineering. From 2007 to the present, Dr. Olevsky serves as the Director of the Joint SDSU-UCSD Doctoral Programs in Engineering Sciences. In 2016, Dr. Olevsky became Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies at the SDSU College of Engineering.
Dr. Olevsky is the author of over 500 scientific publications and conference presentations, and of more than 150 plenary, keynote, and invited presentations in the area of Materials Engineering. He has supervised more than 100 post-doctoral, graduate, undergraduate students, and research visitors.
Dr. Olevsky is a scholar with broad international recognition. He was an invited visiting professor in Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, South Korea, and Sweden.
Dr. Olevsky’s contributions to research and education have been recognized by multiple awards and honors. Dr. Olevsky is a Fellow of the American Ceramic Society, a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and Humboldt Fellow; he is a Fellow of the International Institute of Science of Sintering.
Radhika Seshan, Dean
Phone: (619) 594-2514, Fax: (619) 582-1622
Radhika Seshan is the Dean of the College of Extended Studies. Previously, she was the Associate Dean of Business Development and Chief Operating Officer for UCLA Extension, leading their institutional research, finance, technology, operations and new program development areas.
Prior to joining UCLA Extension, Dr. Seshan was the Executive Director of Continuing Education Programs for Bellevue College in Seattle. Before she entered higher education, Dr. Seshan's early career experience was centered on high tech. While at AT&T Bell Labs & Lucent Technologies, Dr. Seshan led teams that launched wireless applications and network operations services across Asia, Europe and the US.
Dr. Seshan holds a PhD in International Economics from University of Houston, along with a BA in Economics from University of Madras in India.
Steven Hooker, Dean
Phone: (619) 594-6516, Fax: (619) 594-7103
Dr. Steven P. Hooker is a Professor in Exercise Science and Health Promotion and Associate Dean of Research in the College of Health Solutions at Arizona State University where he has been since 2011. Dr. Hooker’s research is focused on physical activity and aging and community-based participatory approaches to promote healthy lifestyles among midlife and older racial/ethnic minority men. He has over 100 peer-reviewed published papers and obtained over $17 million in funding from National Institutes of Health, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, and several private foundations. He is a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine and National Academy of Kinesiology. Dr. Hooker served as Director of the University of South Carolina Prevention Research Center for 8 years (2003-2011) and Chief of the California Department of Health Services Physical Activity & Health Initiative for 5 years (1998-2003). He earned his Ph.D. in Exercise Science from Arizona State University in 1988.
Peggy Shannon, Dean
Phone: (619) 594-4464, Fax: (619) 594-4987
Dr. Peggy Shannon is Dean of the College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts at San Diego State University. Her enquiries into the therapeutic value of Greek tragedy with special emphasis on the female, alongside her investigation into identity, diversity and migration using theatre practice, have guided her research over the past two decades.
Shannon is the recipient of numerous prestigious grants, most notably a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Partnership Develop Grant, various Arts Council grants in Canada and the USA, and a Partnership for Change: RBC Immigrant, Diversity and Inclusion grant. She has directed plays and musicals at many professional theatres across the United States including Atlanta's Alliance Theatre, the Seattle Repertory Theatre, A Contemporary Theatre, San Jose Repertory Theatre, Los Angeles Theatre Center, the New Jersey, Colorado, Utah, Idaho, California and Oregon Shakespearean Festivals, the Portland Repertory Theatre, Long Beach Civic Light Opera, and the International City Theatre. Internationally, she has directed plays for Hydrama Theatre & Arts Centre in Greece under the leadership of Corinna Seeds, and for the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in Perth. She has served as the Artistic Director of two American theatres: A Contemporary Theatre (Seattle) and the Sacramento Theatre Company. She also served as the Associate Producing Director of L.A. Theatre Works. Shannon has been a professor and administrator at several North American universities including the University of Southern California, where she served as Artistic Director of the School of Dramatic Arts; UC Davis, where she served as professor of theatre and Associate Vice Provost; and for the past nine years, at Ryerson University, where she served as Chair of the School of Performance. She has led a summer abroad program in Greece for two decades. Dr. Shannon’s awards include her selection as a Fulbright Senior Specialist; an Arts Leadership Award from the Arts & Business Council; and Outstanding Artist and Arts Education Leader from the California Educators for Theatre Alliance (CETA). She holds a BA in Theatre from UC Riverside; an MFA in Directing from the University of Washington; and a PhD from Royal Holloway University of London.
Dr. Shannon is a proud mother of two who constantly remind her of the importance of having a great sense of humor.
Jeffrey Roberts, Dean
Phone: (619) 594-5142, Fax: (619) 594-6381
Gregorio Ponce, Dean
Phone: (760) 768-5520, (760) 768-5568
Dr. Gregorio A. Ponce, a native of Imperial County, has more than 30 years of experience in higher education and sees education as lifelong endeavor to transform our ways of thinking and living to improve how we live today and to better meet the challenges of the future.
Before his appointment as Dean (and Interim Dean) for SDSU Imperial Valley, Dr. Ponce served in the Division of Education as division chair and/or professor (assistant, associate, full) of mathematics education. He has also served as Principal Investigator, Director, and Coordinator in various projects focused on the teaching and learning of mathematics. His most recent work focuses on the educational needs of migrant students within Imperial County that involves the teaching and learning of mathematics, language arts, and creativity using student-centered, hands-on, non-traditional methods. Prior to joining San Diego State University, he was division chair and professor in the Division of Science, Mathematics, and Engineering at Imperial Valley College.
He earned his Ed.D. from the University of San Diego under the tutelage of Dr. Joseph C. Rost, author of Leadership for the Twenty-First Century. Dr. Ponce received his MA and BA degrees in applied mathematics from the University of California, San Diego. His publication record in the most prestigious blind peer-reviewed journals for elementary, middle, and junior/high school teachers of mathematics exemplifies the significance and importance of his work which helped him secure over $800,000 in external grant funds. He received the SDSU Monty Award, was a finalist for the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Mary Catherine Ellwein Outstanding Dissertation Award, and is listed in Who’s Who Among Hispanic Americans.
Norah Shultz, Associate Vice President
Phone: (619) 594-5841, Fax: (619) 594-7934
Dr. Norah Shultz, the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs - Student Achievement at San Diego State University where her responsibilities include oversight of (1) Academic programs such as Interdisciplinary studies, the Weber Honors College and undeclared students (2) many of the university’s high impact practices (HIP)and National Scholarships and Fellowships and (3) resources for faculty, such as the Center for Teaching & Learning, faculty student mentoring, programs related to sustainability, and university-wide assessment efforts. She is currently leading efforts related to the Graduation 2025 intiative and a reform of the General Education curriculum.
She previously served as the Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at Penn State Abington providing leadership for the three academic divisions and an array of academic support services, while working with the senior team in providing fiscal management and planning for the college. Prior to her appointment at Penn State Abington in 2011, Dr. Shultz served as Dean of the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences and the Associate Vice President for Undergraduate Education at Arcadia University. A sociologist by training, she held administrative positions at Arcadia for over a decade.
Her scholarly interests initially focused on multiculturalism in education; however this developed into work related to the relationship of multiculturalism to internationalization in global curricula. In 2011, Dr. Shultz served as a faculty consultant for the Association of American Colleges & Universities’ Shared Futures Summer Institute. She has explored other binaries that get established in higher education, such as academic versus student affairs, teaching versus research and general education versus the major. Some of her recent scholarship has focused more broadly on undergraduate student success, and includes an article on learning communities published in About Campus in 2013 and one with colleagues from Penn State Abington in a recent issue of the Journal of Student Affairs Research, on their research related to retention initiatives on the campus.
Stephen Schellenberg, Assistant Vice President for Educational Effectiveness
Dr. Stephen Schellenberg serves as the Assistant Vice President for Educational Effectiveness within the Division of Academic Engagement and Student Achievement (DAESA). In this role, he coordinates a variety of efforts to support and improve student success and achievement, including learning analytics, program assessment, program review, and institutional accreditation. He also has oversight of the Center for Teaching and Learning and the Center for Supplemental Instruction.
Stephen earned his BA and MS at the University of South Florida and his PhD at the University of Southern California, with a pre-doctoral residence at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. Following a NSF Post-Doctoral Fellowship at UC Santa Cruz, he joined the SDSU Department of Geological Sciences in 2002 and was promoted to Professor in 2013. His disciplinary interests include paleobiology, paleoecology, paleoclimate, geochemistry, and biomineralization. Specifically, he explores how the chemistry of animal skeletons can inform our understanding of ancient biology, ecology, and climate. Stephen also explores what the fossil record of ostracodes, small arthropods that produce the only numerically-significant multicellular fossils in the deep-ocean, can reveal about the history and dynamics of this vast ecosystem with respect to the ocean-atmosphere circulation and global biogeochemical cycles.
As a faculty member and an administrator, Stephen has a strong commitment to effective student-centered learning through a range of modalities, using a strategic blend of assessment, technology, and high-impact practices. He has developed and implemented core major courses, General Education lower-division Foundation and upper-division Exploration courses, advanced graduate seminars, and an honors seminar. Stephen also has a demonstrated commitment to service on local to global scales: Within SDSU, he serves as a Senator at Large and on the Academic Policy and Planning Committee. Regionally, he collaborates with the National Park Service at Cabrillo National Monument in docent training and public outreach. Internationally, he serves as Co-Director and Instructor for the Urbino Summer School in Paleoclimatology, which provides seventy-five graduate students from around the world with an intensive three-week immersive academic and professional development experience in the methods, data, and models used to reconstruct the history and dynamics of our global climate system.
Sandra Temores-Valdez, Interim Associate Vice President
Phone: (619) 594-4766, Fax: (619) 594-4287
Sandra Temores-Valdez has worked at San Diego State University for close to 20 years. She began her career at SDSU working in the College of Business recruiting and advising graduate business students. During her time in the College of Business, she was involved in planning and organizing advising sessions, graduate orientations, and many other events, to support incoming students pursuing an MS degree in Business Administration. Eventually, her interest in learning about processes and policies, took her to work in Enrollment Services where she has been for the past twelve years. During her time in Enrollment Services, she managed the Graduate Admissions where she not only led the operations of the unit, but also collaborated with campus administrators, faculty and staff to effectively implemented new admission processes and streamlined deadlines to improve the overall experience of graduate applicants. Previously, in her role as Senior Director, Sandra managed a leadership team that consisted of five directors who have worked together to successfully execute recruitment and enrollment goals for the University. This included the responsibility and oversight of the following areas: freshman admission, transfer admission, underrepresented student recruitment initiatives, out-of-state and international recruitment efforts. Sandra brings to her role a strong value of collaboration and understands the importance of working with key campus stakeholders to ensure the success of any initiative whether internal or external to Enrollment Services.
Joanna Brooks, Associate Vice President
Phone: (619) 594-6111, Fax: (619) 594-2254
Joanna Brooks is the award-winning author or editor of ten books on race, religion, gender, social movements, and American culture. Her work has been featured in global media outlets including the BBC, NPR, the Daily Show, CNN, MSNBC, and the Washington Post, and she has held leading roles in organizations serving progressive people of faith. She holds a Ph.D. in English from the University of California, Los Angeles, and is a fourth-generation Southern Californian. Her previous administrative roles have included service as the Chair of SDSU’s Department of English and Comparative Literature and Associate Dean of Graduate and Research Affairs.
J. Luke Wood, Associate Vice President
Phone: (619) 594-0167, Fax (619) 594-0178
J. Luke Wood, Ph.D. is the Associate Vice President for Faculty Diversity and Inclusion and Distinguished Professor of Education at San Diego State University. Formerly, Wood served as the Director of the Joint Ph.D. program in Education between San Diego State University and Claremont Graduate University and Director of the Ed.D. Program in Community College Leadership. Dr. Wood is also Co-Director of the Community College Equity Assessment Lab (CCEAL), a national research and practice center.
Wood’s research focuses on factors affecting the success of boys and men of color education, with a specific focus on community colleges. In particular, his research examines contributors (e.g., social, psychological, academic, environmental, institutional) to positive outcomes. Dr. Wood has delivered over a 1,000 scholarly professional and conference presentations. His research has been featured by the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans, New York Times, Chronicle of Higher Education, Huffington Post, Fortune Magazine, Los Angeles Times, Miami Herald, San Francisco Chronicle, and C-SPAN. Dr. Wood has authored over 120 publications, including more than 65 peer-reviewed journal articles. He has authored and edited 14 books, his most recent books include: Supporting men of color in the community college (2017, Wood and Harris III), Teaching boys and young men of color (2016, Wood and Harris III) and Teaching men of color in the community college (2015, Wood, Harris III, and White). Wood received his PhD in Educational Leadership & Policy Studies (Higher Education) and master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction (Early Childhood Education) from Arizona State University (ASU). He also holds a master’s degree in Higher Education Leadership (Student Affairs) and a bachelor’s degree in Black History and Politics from California State University, Sacramento.
Alexander Chizhik, Director of Academic Labor Relations
Phone: (619) 594-1656, Fax (619) 594-0178
Dr. Alexander “Sasha” Chizhik is the Director of Academic Labor Relations and Professor of Educational Psychology. In 2000, he joined SDSU as an assistant professor within the School of Teacher Education and during his tenure had an opportunity to serve as the school’s interim director. Prior to SDSU, Dr. Chizhik held a faculty position at the University of Maine in Orono and completed his PhD at UCLA’s Graduate School of Education & Information Studies.
Dr. Chizhik served a guest editor for the Journal of Social Issues for the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues on the topic of intra-group conflict and cooperation. He is a Fulbright Scholar, having supported faculty in psychology as well as physics and mathematics education at the Ushynsky South Ukrainian State Pedagogical University in Odessa, Ukraine. His research has been supported by grants from the National Science Foundation, the Spencer Foundation, and USAID through the Foundation for Russian-American Economic Cooperation.
Stephen Welter, Vice President and Dean
Phone: (619) 594-2978, Fax: (619) 594-3561
Dr. Stephen Welter is the Vice President for Research and Dean of Graduate Affairs at San Diego State University. His office provides the oversight and the management of the Graduate Affairs, Research Advancement, Research Compliance, and Technology Transfer units; as well as fostering ongoing support of undergraduate, graduate, and faculty research endeavors. Additionally, the Division of Research and Graduate Affairs is home to the Zahn Innovation Platform, encompassing the Launchpad and the Idea Lab.
Dr. Welter first served as an Assistant Professor at San Diego State University in the Biology Department from 1981-1984. For the next 27 years, he was a member of the faculty at the University of California, Berkeley in the Department of Entomology (1984-1993) and Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management (1993-2011). During this period, he also served in a variety of administrative positions including division chair, Associate Dean of Instruction and Student Affairs, and Executive Associate Dean for the College of Natural Resources. As a recipient of the Distinguished Teaching Award from UC Berkeley, Dr. Welter has been a long-time advocate for the synergy that results from integrating academic scholarship with teaching at undergraduate and graduate levels, as found at San Diego State University.
He has served as a member and chair of numerous state and federal advisory or granting programs such as the USDA National Research Initiative or the Division of Agricultural and Natural Resources Program Council. He has worked actively with private industries as both a researcher and member of scientific advisory boards to help translate university research into pragmatic solutions of agricultural problems while also realizing tangible environmental and worker safety benefits. He currently serves as a board member of CleanTECH San Diego, BIOCOM, and CONNECT.
Patrick McCarthy, Interim Dean
Phone: (619) 594-1643, Fax: (619) 594-2700
MLS (University of Wisconsin Milwaukee 1995) McCarthy is an experienced academic librarian with 20 years of experience leading core library programs including reference, instruction, outreach, collection development, cataloging, and acquisitions. His areas of interest include educational leadership, library science, learning theory, and program assessment. He has an extensive background in strategic planning and has held multiple leadership positions overseeing major organization restructuring, consolidation, and program development. In addition, he has completed extensive study in the Doctor of Philosophy program from the School of Education at Colorado State University (ABD).
Radmila Prislin, Associate Vice President
Phone: (619) 594-5166, Fax: (619) 594-7443
Dr. Radmila Prislin has served as Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs – Resource Management since March 2016. Prior to joining Academic Affairs, Dr. Prislin served as Associate Dean of the SDSU College of Sciences and Associate Dean of Graduate and Research Affairs. She has been a faculty member in the SDSU Department of Psychology since 1996.
Dr. Prislin received her graduate training at University of Chicago and University of Zagreb in her native Croatia, where she received PhD in social psychology. Her research and teaching focus on social influence and group dynamics. Dr. Prislin’s research has been funded by National Sciences Foundation (USA), Leverhulme Trust (UK), and World Health Organization. She has published three edited books and over 70 articles in some of the premier outlets in the field. She has served as editor of European Journal of Social Psychology. Dr. Prislin is a fellow of the Association for Psychological Science. Her former students have thriving careers at all inhabited continents.
Halil Güven, Dean
Phone: +995 32 2 311 611
Dr. Güven was appointed as the Dean of SDSU-Georgia on February 1, 2018. Prior to this Dr. Güven served as the Interim Dean and the Vice Dean of SDSU-Georgia (2014-2018). Dr. Güven joined SDSU in 1984 and served as a faculty member in the SDSU Department of Mechanical Engineering till 1999. Between 1999 and 2011, Dr. Güven served as rector (also founding rector) of three universities overseas (Turkey and Cyprus).
Dr. Güven is a Fulbright scholar who received his Ph.D. in 1983 from University of Houston in mechanical engineering with a focus on alternative energy and technology transfer to developing countries. He received his B.S. in mechanical engineering from Bogazici University (Istanbul, Turkey) in 1978. During his tenure at SDSU he founded and directed two centers, the Energy Engineering Institute (EEI), and the Industrial Assessment Center (funded by the USDOE). From 1995-1998 he served as the Director of International Development for SDSU College of Extended Studies in charge of developing projects in Central Asia, Middle East and Eastern Europe. His work at EEI received numerous awards from the California Energy Commission, and the ‘Energy Innovation Award’ from the USDOE. He served as the vice-president and president of the San Diego Chapter of Association of Energy Engineers; received International Energy Professional Development Award from AEE, Teetor Educator Award from SAE, and the Distinguished Engineering Educator Award from San Diego Engineering Societies in recognition of “devoted services to the Engineering Profession and Community.”
Having worked in academic leadership role in a number of countries in the European Higher Education Area (including Georgia), Dr. Güven is experienced both in the Bologna Process reforms, and the European accreditation / institutional evaluation issues / programs. Dr. Güven ’s research interests include higher education reform and change management in higher education institutions; sustainability and building energy efficiency; energy systems optimization; and alternative energy. In addition to energy systems and alternative energy, Dr. Güven also published book chapters, and co-edited two books, on leadership, globalization, and clash of civilizations.
Edgar Hodge, Assistant Vice President
Phone: (619) 594-0097, Fax: (619) 594-0178
Edgar Hodge, Ed.D candidate, is the Assistant Vice President for Information Technology and is primarily responsible for information technology throughout the Division of Academic Affairs for San Diego State University. He is also a doctoral candidate that completed his dissertation defense on February 22, 2018. Prior to being the Assistant Vice-President for Information Technology, he was the Director of University Computer Operations at San Diego State University. In addition, he was the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for University of California San Diego – Electrical and Computer Engineering department. Edgar is also an adjunct-faculty at the University of California San Diego for Extended Studies. Edgar has been an instructor for more than 20 years teaching various subjects such as UNIX, Database, Computer Security, C++, Local Area Network and Protocol Designs, and more. Plus, Edgar is also very involved in the community coaching sports, such as baseball and basketball.
Jeanne Stronach, Assistant Vice President
Phone: (619) 594-8712, Fax: (619) 594-0779
Jeanne has led a team of data analysts in SDSU's office of Analytic Studies & Institutional Research (ASIR) since 2012. During her tenure, the ASIR team has transformed its operation from a mandated reporting focus to a service model that aims to support campus decision-making through the development, distribution and management of data resources along with conducting in-depth analysis. Jeanne has been a member of the Student Success Working Group, Learning Analytics Working Group and recently formed a cross-divisional team of data experts to support the Data Champions program. Before joining ASIR in 2001, Jeanne earned her Master's degree at DePaul University where she also worked as an institutional research data analyst.