Dean of Students

Announcements

Fall 2013

 Flu Shot Clinic ..........click to learn more


New DOS Staff

August 2013

Carli Toliver will be serving as the Interim Director for Student-Athlete Academic Services; she will primarily be providing academic support and coaching to our student-athletes in an effort to support their overall success at Lehigh. Carli is a former student-athlete and graduate of Lehigh receiving both her undergraduate and graduate degrees in Sociology & Social  Psychology and Sociology, respectively. She served as an Assistant Director of Admissions at Lehigh, as well as an Academic Advisor for Student Athlete Services at James Madison University. Carli brings a wealth of knowledge and perspective to this position and we are looking forward to the contributions she will make to the experience of our students and the Dean of Students and Athletics Staff.

June 2013

The Office of Residence Life is excited to announce that Michael Mullin will join our team this year as an Assistant Director of  Residence Life.  Mike will directly oversee Dravo and Richards residence halls with over 400 first-year students.  Mike completed his Bachelor of Science at New York University in Media, Culture, and Communication.  He then traveled to Virginia, to attend The College of William and Mary to earn his M.Ed. in Higher Education Administration.  

Most recently, Mike worked at Ursinus College  as an Assistant Director of Residence Life. During his time at The College of William & Mary, he served as a complex director and hall director.    Based on his experience and passion for student affairs, I am delighted for our office. His start date is July 15th.

The Office of Student Activities has hired two new Assistant Directors to begin work onf June 28, 2013.

May 2013

Aarsenio Perry is joining us from the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, Arkansas. In the next few weeks he will be graduating with a Master of Science degree in College Student Personnel Services & Administration. He did his undergraduate work at Mississippi State University and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Educational Psychology with an emphasis in Counselor Education. In his new role Aarsenio will be providing support to and advise our 125+ undergraduate student organizations. This includes providing advice on organization finances and operations (programming, officer transition, etc.). He will also coordinate student organization training programs, oversee student programs such as the Club Expo, manage the student organization resource room, supervise the resource room student staff, and provide oversight to the CollegiateLink club management system.

Andrea Barker is joining us from the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. She will be graduating in the next couple of weeks with a Master of Education degree in Educational Policy Planning and Leadership with an emphasis in Higher Education Administration. She did her undergraduate work at Marywood University and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Secondary Education.  In her new role Andrea will oversee the program offerings in Lamberton Hall including the popular Make & Take series and weekend evening programs, manage the reservations and building operations of Lamberton Hall, supervise the Lamberton student staff, serve as a co-adviser to University Productions, and coordinate outdoor programming (Outdoor Adventure Program Prelusion trip and monthly outdoor trips).

Both will also be working with Matt Kitchie on Office of Student Activities' projects such as assessment and connecting with and supporting the implementation of the Student Life Curriculum with office program offerings.