Kemp, Rowen named Faculty Fellows for Student Success


Kemp Rowen
Suzanne Kemp and Shannon Rowen have been named to the third cohort of Faculty Fellows for Student Success

Kemp, Rowen named Faculty Fellows for Student Success

27 Aug 2020    By Julie Kundhi - Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor

The Executive Vice Chancellor’s Office has announced its third cohort of Faculty Fellows for Student Success. Two faculty members from the College of Education and Human Sciences were named to the cohort: 

  • Suzanne Kemp, professor of practice, special education and communication disorders

  • Shannon Rowen, associate professor of practice, hospitality, restaurant, and tourism management

The remaining fellows are: 

  • Jordan Soliz, professor, communication studies

  • Dirk Black, assistant professor, accountancy

  • Ann Marie Pollard, assistant professor of practice, Nebraska Repertory

  • Santosh Pitla, associate professor, biological systems engineering

  • Emira Ibrahimpasic, assistant professor of practice, global studies

  • Brad Goetsch, assistant professor of practice, PGA golf management

  • Jing Zhang, assistant professor, biochemistry

  • Cory Forbes, associate professor, science education

  • Olha Tytarenko, assistant professor of practice, modern language and literatures, Russian

  • Anne Streich, associate professor of practice, agronomy and horticulture

“Now more than ever, retention, engaged learning, and degree completion are critical to student success,” said Amy Goodburn, senior associate vice chancellor and dean of undergraduate education. “I am excited to see the continued enthusiasm for this program and our faculty’s dedication to the university’s strategic vision that every person and every interaction matters.”

This academic year, the fellows will meet virtually each month to review research literature on factors that impact student success, study the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s institutional data and discuss university initiatives surrounding student success. The fellows will also interact with directors of academic support and engagement units and former fellows who have facilitated student success initiatives in their departments and colleges.


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