Faculty Advisory Board Members

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2014-2015 Academic Year Faculty Advisory Board Members

Dusty Jones, PhD

Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics
College of Sciences

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"Most people who pursue higher education do so with a goal of preparing for and ultimately finding a rewarding career. Career Services provides ample support for Bearkats throughout this process. They provide assistance in setting goals and selecting a major, preparing a résumé and practicing for interviews, and also host job fairs and the Jobs for Kats database. You have made a good decision to earn a degree from Sam Houston State University … make another good one and utilize the resources of Career Services."


Karen Lee

Dept. of Mass Communication
College of Fine Arts and Mass Communication

Renee Gravois Lee, PhD

Dept. of Management and Marketing
College of Business Administration

Dr. "Bob" Maninger, PhD

Dept. of Curriculum and Instruction
College of Education

Dr. Bob Maninger, PhD

Career Services offers our education majors, and minors, opportunity to attend the best Job Fair in the state. Our Teacher Job Fair is full of opportunity for our candidates from some of the fastest growing and best school districts in the state. The school districts come to SHSU to recruit because they know our students are the best! Our candidates also have open opportunity at other wonderful experiences, like the Mock Interviews. I am honored to play a small part in what Career Services is all about.

Philip Morris, PhD

Dept. of Accounting
College of Business Administration

Philip Morris, PhD

The Accounting Department and the Career Services office has collaborated efforts to ensure employers and students have numerous opportunities to network and be ready to start their accounting careers upon graduation.

Janet Mullings, PhD

Executive Director of The Woodlands Center

Janet Mullings, PhD

Andy Prelog, PhD

Assistant Professor, Dept. of Sociology
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Andy Prelog, PhD

Career services provides Sam Houston students with the integral link between the academy and their career goals and life aspirations.

Susie Stone, MA

Clinical Faculty, Dept. of Health Services and Promotion
College of Health Sciences

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"Career Services has been such a valuable resource over the years for our PreInternship students in the Health Services and Promotion Department.  They are so eager to instruct and advise as well as always making the students a priority."

Raymond Teske, PhD

Professor of Criminal Justice
College of Criminal Justice

Raymond Teske, PhD

2013-2014 Academic Year Faculty Advisory Board Members

Rebecca Finley, M.F.A.

Associate Professor of Photography
Art Department

Rebecca Finley, M.F.A.

Darren Grant

Associate Professor of Economics
Department of Economics and Internatational Business

Darren Grant

Terri Jaggers Ph.D.

Adjunct Professor 
Communication Studies Department

Terri Jaggers Ph.D.

Scot Mertz

Associate Vice President 
Enrollment Management

Scot Mertz

Anne Stiles, Ph.D.

Professor and Chair 
Department of Nursing

Anne Stiles, Ph.D.

Chris Thompson

Associate Athletic Director 
Student Services

Chris Thompson

Career Services provides a wealth of information and easy accessibility. Everyone is so helpful but I feel the sincerity provided is the big benefit.  I bring all the freshman student-athletes over their first semester so they can see what careers are available and then back track to what to major in. One of the most valuable resource centers on campus.

Charlie Vienne

Director - Alumni Relations 
Alumni Relations

Charlie Vienne

Janet Williams

Director - Education Preparation Services 
College of Education

Janet Williams

Career Services has created the most incredible teacher job fair in our area!  There are over 100 school districts that come each semester in hopes of hiring our new teacher candidates.  I am thrilled to play a small role as a member of the advisory council in the great work that career services does for all SHSU students.

Art Wolfskill, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor - Agribusiness 
Department of Agriculture and Industrial Sciences

Art Wolfskill

2012-2013 Academic Year Faculty Advisory Board Members

Anne Gaillard, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Biology
College of Science

Anne Gillard, Ph.D.

Career Services is a place where students can not only get help with landing their first job after graduation, but also receive assistance with deciding on a major and a career path.

David Gerling, Ph.D.

Professor of Spanish
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

David Gerling, Ph.D.

Career Services must be an integral part of the university experience of our students, even to the extent that it should be required of all students to be assessed and given information about their professional inclinations. Many students have no one at home to counsel them regarding their future and many times their friends give them incorrect information regarding the choice of a profession. Additionally, many begin majors that at best should be minors. I really think that the University Career Services can help them answer the following vital question regarding a future profession: What is it that would make me want to get out of bed in the morning and at the same time allow me to provide for my basic material needs?

Foy Mills

Professor of Agriculture
College of Agriculture and Industrial Sciences

Chris Mudge

Assistant Coach - Mens Basketball 
Sam Houston Athletics

Chris Mudge

John Newbold, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Marketing
College of Business

John Newbold

Andy Noble, MFA

Assistant Professor of Dance
College of Fine Arts and Communication

Emily Roper, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor in the Department of Health and Kinesiology
College of Education

Emily Roper, Ph.D.

Victoria Titterington, Ph.D.

Proffesor of Criminal Justice
College of Criminal Justice

Janis Warner, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems
College of Business

Victoria Titterington, Ph.D.

Career Services is there for you, with support for you in your career selection and job search processes, whether you are a current student or alumnus. In addition, they can help faculty looking for student support with offerings such as in class presentations on career services. They are friendly and knowledgeable about all aspects of career selection, preparation and building. Career Services is there to help you succeed, so I encourage you to take advantage of all they have to offer.

Mike Yawn, ABD

Clinical Assistant Professor of Political Science
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Mike Yawn, ABD

Career Services is a great resource for students looking to enhance their future. Whether the student needs assistance improving a resume, refining interview skills, or looking for career options, Career Services helps students get ahead

2011-2012 Academic Year Faculty Advising Board Members

Jim Dozier, J.D.,Ph.D.

Associate Professor and Internship Coordinator
College of Criminal Justice

Jim Dozier, J.D., Ph.D.

As coordinator of the Criminal Justice Internship Program, I understand the importance of preparing the student for life after academics.  Career Services offers a number of Programs that assures our graduates will be prepared to successfully enter their chosen field.

Donovan Haines, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Department of Chemistry

Donovan Haines, Ph.D.

In today’s competitive job market, it is important for students to take advantage of the resources offered by Career Services. Students need to focus on selling their strengths. So much of the application and interview process is new to them, however. It can be a major distraction. Career Services helps students get the technical details right, and provides support that gives students the confidence to focus on demonstrating the skills and personal characteristics that employers are looking for. This can be a big advantage for the student in both the application phase and the interview phase of finding the right job to launch their new career.

Gerald Kohers, Ph.D.

Professor of Management Information Systems
Department of Business

Gerald Kohers, Ph.D.

Career Services is an excellent resource for students. They have a wonderful and experienced staff that is very willing and able to guide students in every aspect of choosing and acquiring a career path. They also provide an excellent resource for faculty to stay up-to-date. I would strongly encourage everyone to go by and see what Career Services has to offer. You won't be disappointed.

Joyce McCauley, Ph.D.

Professor of Education
Department of Language, Literacy and Special Populations

Joyce McCauley, Ph.D.

Maureen McIntyre

Professor of Theatre
Department of Theatre and Dance

Maureen McIntyre

I am pleased to be associated with Career Services which provides both a window and a doorway into so many career opportunities for our students upon graduation.

Michelle Mullins-Santiago, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Agriculture
Department of Agricultural and Industrial Sciences

Michelle Mullins-Santiago, Ph.D.

Jose Santiago, Ed.D.

Assistant Professor of Kinesiology
Department of Health and Kinesiology

Joe Santiago, Ed.D.

Paula Tripp, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor and Teacher Educator
Department of Family and Consumer Sciences

Paula Tripp, Ph.D.

The range of comprehensive services provided by the SHSU Career Services office is very impressive!  I know that when I refer students and alumni there they will receive high-quality support, whether they’re seeking an on-campus or off-campus job, interested in resume development or interview preparation assistance, or need to know more about an upcoming job fair.  The special events such as the Etiquette Dinner are also great resources for job seekers.  I’m proud to be on the Advisory Board of this dynamic Career Services office!

Jack Turner, Ph.D.

Professor of Biology
Department of Biological Sciences

Jack Turner, Ph.D.

2010-2011 Academic Year Faculty Advising Board Members

Ryan K. Zapalac, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor / Sport Management Internship Coordinator
Kinesiology & Sport Management

Ryan K. Zapalac, Ph.D.

Our students benefit immensely from the wide range of services that Career Services provides. We value the partnership between our department and the Career Services office as this joint effort helps students become even more employable in today's workforce. We always encourage our students to take advantage of the personalized service that is provided by the friendly staff members. I always see the Career Services staff at university events, recruiting events, and job fairs working their hardest to make students aware of opportunities, jobs, and services. That level of dedication helps ensure that Sam Houston State University will be well represented in the wide variety of industries our university serves.

Darren L. Williams, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Physical Chemistry

Darren L. Williams, Ph.D.

UT Career Services played a major role in preparing me for my job search.  They helped me prepare a professional resume, they brought recruiters to campus, and kept extensive records of employers and graduate schools.  Additionally, they continued to offer their job search services for years after graduation.  That was the University of Texas, and I have been impressed that the SHSU Career Services has the same vision and provides even MORE support!

Robert Lane, Ph.D.

Professor
Agricultural and Industrial Sciences

Robert lane, Ph.D.

I think every student on campus should take advantage of what Career Services has to offer.  I appreciate what the Career Services staff does to help our students and graduates shine, providing the guidance and resources Bearkats need to launch a successful career.

Jim Dozier, J.D.,Ph.D.

Associate Professor and Internship Coordinator
College of Criminal Justice

Jim Dozier, J.D., Ph.D.

As coordinator of the Criminal Justice Internship Program, I understand the importance of preparing the student for life after academics.  Career Services offers a number of Programs that assures our graduates will be prepared to successfully enter their chosen field.

Michael Henderson

Associate Professor/Assistant Chair
Art Department

Michael Henderson

Career Services is a great resource for SHSU students who are looking for jobs and learning how to get hired.

Brian Miller, DMA

Director of Educator Preparation Services
College of Education

Brian Miller, DMA

I have had the pleasure of working with SHSU Career Services for several years, and continue to be impressed with their commitment to helping students.  They have implemented new programs and services in addition to improving the services they have been providing to our students for years.  By implementing "JOBS for KATS" and utilizing other technologies, they are able to communicate more effectively with Educator Preparation Services, our teacher candidates, and perhaps most importantly, with potential employers in local and distant school districts throughout the state.


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