Role of Master Faculty Advisors

Master Faculty Advisors:

  • Assist faculty colleagues to become more effective advisors
  • Act as liaison between faculty and administrative offices regarding advisement issues
  • Participate in professional development to become advisement specialists
  • Provide professional development to their colleagues
  • Serve as standing members of the Academic Advisement Council, Advisement Team and the FYE Steering Committee
  • Facilitate advisement services during select times to best meet student needs
  • Assist students who want to change majors within their School
  • Take a lead role in Accepted Student Day and Student Orientation Academic Advising
  • Communicate changes related to academic advisement to appropriate stakeholders

 

 

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David G. Campbell
Prentice 012
518-255-5822
campbed@cobleskill.edu

Alex Ellram
CANR 209
518-255-5644
ellramar@cobleskill.edu

Kathy J. Johnson
Frisbie 210
518-255-5271
johnsok@Cobleskill.edu

Anne Rogan, PhD
Warner 102
518-255-5426
rogana@cobleskill.edu

Dave Thompson
CANR 303
518-255-5868
thompsd@cobleskill.edu

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