Director of Academic Affairs
Dawkins, director for academic affairs, began her Stritch career in 1990 in the
Art Department as assistant to the chair. In 1992 she joined the Office of
Academic Affairs as assistant to the executive vice president, and was
appointed academic administrator in 2000, and director in 2007. As director,
Dawkins assists the executive vice president in insuring that academic policies
and procedures are properly administered. She directs the University catalog
revision process, and collaborates with deans, registrar and faculty council to
be certain that academic policies are accurately reflected in student and
Dawkins assists department chairs with academic grievance matters and faculty
hiring processes, reviews faculty load, conducts new chair orientations, and
coordinates commencement planning activities. She monitors University academic
compliance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA), and Higher
Learning Commission (HLC) accreditation regulations.
Assistant to the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs
Davidson, assistant to the executive vice president, has been with Stritch
since 2002. She holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from
the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.
at Stritch as an academic counseling assistant in the College of Business and
Management. In 2004, she accepted the position of assistant to the executive
vice president for academic affairs. Her responsibilities include managing the
office, creating and maintaining the faculty, department and committee office
files, and facilitating the process for undergraduate and graduate appeals to
the standards committees.