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1 LESLIE A. CUMMINGS 654 Golden Eagle Circle Jasper, AL Cell: (205) Home: (205) PROFESSIONAL PROFILE Dean of Instruction since June 2013 with significant accomplishments: o Partnered with UAB to implement a joint admissions program and transfer advising located on 2 of Bevill State s campuses; o Partnered with the University of Mississippi Tupelo Campus to create 2+2 transfer agreements with in-state tuition waivers o Partnered with Huntingdon College to create an Adult Degree Completion Program; o Facilitated the instructional aspects of successfully funded grant applications for Career Technical Education in Walker and Pickens Counties; o Worked with the Dean of Students to create and implement a new college orientation course; o Reinstated the College s new faculty orientation process; o Reorganized the College s Instructional Discipline Committees; o Empowered the Campus Chairs and Division Heads to serve as a problem solving and resource group; o Led the College s Achieving the Dream implementation. Fourteen years of experience in the Alabama Community College System as an innovative and devoted instructor, proactive developmental and program advisor, and an administrator focused on student success. Experience in strategic planning, grant writing, program reviews, team building, accreditation, budget development, resource management, personnel evaluation, and institutional effectiveness. Dedicated to the development of successful instructional methods that promote student retention and attainment of student learning outcomes. Accomplished psychology instructor with comprehensive blend of hands-on professional and academic experience. EDUCATION Doctor of Philosophy in Community College Leadership, Mississippi State University, Instructional Leadership and Foundations, Starkville, MS. Masters of Science in Clinical Psychology, Mississippi State University, Psychology Department Graduate Program, Starkville, MS. Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, University of Alabama, College of Arts and Sciences, Tuscaloosa, AL. ACADEMIC/TEACHING EXPERIENCE Dean of Instruction and Academic Transfer Programs (9 months as Interim Dean of Instruction), Bevill State Community College, June 2013 present. o Act as chief instructional officer for all the College divisions, promoting a one college concept.

2 L. Cummings 2 o Provide leadership and direction for the development of annual instructional objectives and strategies for the institutional planning process of the College. o Oversee the college s determination and evaluation of Core Competencies and artifact collection. o Work in concert with the Dean of Students to promote student retention and success. o With input from campus deans, formulate the annual instructional budgets based on needs assessments. o Direct the administration of instructional budgets and approve all expenditures. o Coordinate the functional role of instruction with other units, divisions, and departments of the College. o Develop the academic calendar. o Provide leadership for the Campus Deans in developing a coordinated class schedule and faculty assignments. o Provide leadership and direction in the development and implementation of professional development for instructional personnel. o Provide leadership for implementation of innovative instructional strategies and techniques. o Responsible for the development, implementation and evaluation of instructional programs, as outlined in college policies, in concert with appropriate academic administrators. o Responsible for the College s Workforce Development, Community, Corporate, and Continuing Education activities. o Supervise and evaluate the Campus Deans, Assistant Dean for Library and Learning Resources, Director of Grants, Planning, Research and Institutional Effectiveness, and the Distance Education Division Chair. o Participate in the development of institutional policies and procedures. o Ensure compliance with institutional and Postsecondary instructional policies and procedures and standards of accrediting agencies. o Responsible for planning and implementing the new faculty orientation program. o Assure the effectiveness and standardization of instruction. o Work with the Public Relations Department to promote information about instructional programs. o Provide leadership and oversight in the development and implementation of the Perkins Grant. o Work with GPRIE and the Campus Deans/instructional administrators to seek and maintain programmatic and regional accreditation. o Provide leadership and supervision of the Office of Planning, Research, and Institutional Effectiveness. o Provide leadership and supervision for the College s Institutional Effectiveness Process. Interim Dean for Academic Transfer Programs and the Hamilton Campus, Bevill State Community College, Hamilton, AL, March 2013 June o Participated in development of educational programs and activities. o Developed annual and semester schedules that ensure the best utilization of resources in order for students to complete a course of study within an appropriate timeframe. o Worked with Discipline Committees to ensure academic integrity, the use of the correct syllabi, and a uniform grading system. o Worked with Discipline Committees to ensure transfer information is current and distributed to applicable advisors, monitoring of changes in the state curriculum, and the evaluation and revision of student-learning outcomes. o Worked in conjunction with Discipline Committees to develop and review College Core Competencies, reviewed learning objectives in order to eliminate duplication, developed

3 L. Cummings 3 instructional discipline specific goals and objectives, and completed Institutional Effectiveness Reviews. o Worked in conjunction with Discipline Committees to review syllabi for standardization, reviewed and recommended programs of study for each major, recommended curriculum and/or program changes, recommended textbook changes, and participated in the program review process. o Provided day-to-day supervision, coordination, and integration of campus/college-wide Academic Transfer programs and personnel including appropriate Campus Chairs at all instructional sites. o Served as the Hamilton Campus Leadership Team Chair and a member of College committees as assigned. o Served as the campus chief administrative officer directly accountable for daily operations. o Provided for the integration of the campus with the entire college community, joined community organizations, and served on appropriate boards. o Recruited and recommended faculty for Academic Transfer Division. o Evaluated and recommended technology needs for the appropriate disciplines. o In concert with the Deans, planed and implemented faculty orientation, mentoring programs, and in-service and professional development activities. o Worked with the appropriate Campus Dean to supervise and evaluate campus faculty/staff members in performance of their duties. o Recommended letters of appointment, and approved adjunct, temporary, and part-time faculty. o Recommended faculty requests for rank increase. o Participated in the development of the instructional budgets, campus budget, and the college budget with broad-based input from personnel. o Assisted in the development and administration of grants and relevant budgets. o Developed and maintained agreements for articulation, dual enrollment, and accelerated high school student programs. o Developed, articulated, administered, and evaluated instructional policies and procedures. o Provided collegial leadership for a diverse faculty and staff in an academic environment. o Participated in the development, implementation, assessment, and securing or maintaining certification and/or accreditation. o Appraised performance of personnel. o Maintained responsibility for institutional effectiveness reporting, including submission of goals and objectives for the positions of College-wide Dean and Campus Dean, and evaluation of those goals and objectives. Professor of Community College Leadership, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, January 2013 May o Developed and taught an online course, Organization, Administration, and Supervision, for the Master s Degree Program in Community College Leadership. Interim Sumiton Campus Dean, Bevill State Community College, Sumiton AL, January November o Provided leadership that advances innovation, accountability, and excellence. o Supported and implemented the mission of the College, the College s Strategic Plan, and the one college concept. o Participated with Deans, Instructional Discipline Committees, faculty, and staff in the development of educational programs and activities. o Worked with Deans to develop long-term and semester schedules that ensure the best utilization of resources in order for students to complete a course of study within an appropriate timeframe.

4 L. Cummings 4 o Provided day-to-day supervision, coordination, and integration of campus/college-wide programs and personnel including appropriate Campus Chairs at all instructional sites. o Served as the Campus Leadership Team Chair and a member of College committees as assigned. o Served as the campus chief administrative officer directly accountable for daily operations. o Provided for the integration of the campus with the entire college community, joined community organizations, and served on appropriate boards. o Recruited and recommended faculty. o Maintained appropriate records and files (i.e. grade books, syllabi, work orders, etc.) related to the operation of the campus and college. o In concert with Deans, planned and implemented faculty orientation, mentoring programs, and in-service and professional development activities. o Recommend letters of appointment, and approved adjunct, temporary, and part-time faculty. o Participated in the development of the instructional budgets, campus budget, and the college budget with broad-based input from personnel. o Participated in College and community events. o Developed and maintained agreements for articulation, dual enrollment, and accelerated high school student programs. o Developed, articulated, administered, and evaluated instructional policies and procedures. o Provided collegial leadership for a diverse faculty and staff in an academic environment. o Appraised performance of personnel. o Motivated, communicated with, and led faculty in accomplishing educational objectives. College-wide Chair for Distance Education, Bevill State Community College, Jasper, AL, February 2008 February o Prepared a current and relevant college-wide plan for Distance Education that included policies and procedures, and all functions of development, implementation, quality control measures, assessment, evaluation, professional development training, and provides quality measures found in Best Practices Standards of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. o Built and reviewed a comprehensive Distance Education Faculty Handbook and Distance Education Student User Handbook. o Worked with the appropriate Campus Dean to supervise and evaluate campus faculty/staff members in performance of their duties. o Developed, in coordination with appropriate College administrators, and approved the Distance Education schedule for each semester. o Developed an effective web-based student orientation to Distance Education, including a student self-assessment and online demonstration for prospective on-line learners. o Assisted faculty in the development and delivery of courses, provided consultation with course structure, design, and implementation on the Distance Education platform. o Developed and provided ongoing training opportunities for faculty and other appropriate College personnel while furthering the development of curriculum for Distance Education. o Conducted observation of Distance Education classes and provide input into the annual evaluation of those instructors. o Developed design and delivery best practices and distributed materials that promote effective learning in Distance Education platforms. o Ensured that effective Distance Education policies and procedures were approved and implemented, and that faculty and staff complied with all provisions of the policies and procedures.

5 L. Cummings 5 o Taught a minimum of one online course per academic year in credentialed academic field. o Acted as a representative for the College to ensure compliance with standards and regulations as they apply to distance learning as required from appropriate agencies such as the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, the Alabama State Board of Education, and the Department of Postsecondary Education. o Served as a representative within the College as a liaison between instructional administrators and Distance Education faculty to ensure communication and cooperation. o Aided in the resolution of student discipline issues and academic integrity issues related to Distance Education courses. o Responsible for the submission and evaluation of institutional effectiveness, including outcomes and criteria for the area of Distance Education. o Chaired the College-wide Advisory Committee for Distance Education and schedule its meetings. o Researched and reported to the Advisory Committee for Distance Education any new and improved methods of online delivery. o Aided in the creation and maintenance of a consistent appearance and navigation of all online courses. o Prepared and submitted an annual, comprehensive budget for Distance Education needs in order to grow enrollment. o Participated in College and community activities. o Pursued professional development through membership in professional organizations, participation in seminars, etc. to maintain and improve skills. Chair of Distance Education Committee, Bevill State Community College, Jasper, AL, August 2005 February o Coordinated all distance education classes. o Chaired committees related to and provided training in college course management system. o Recommended policies and procedures for the approval of distance education courses. o Maintained and assured quality in distance education courses. Psychology Instructor, Bevill State Community College, Sumiton, AL, August 2000 February o Taught classes/labs as assigned: General Psychology, Human Growth and Development, Career Exploration, and Study Skills; Developed General Psychology as an online course offering. o Assisted students as advisor to include developing class schedules, program planning, and career counseling. o Maintained updated course syllabi for all courses taught and provided a syllabus to all students enrolled in classes. o Reviewed and recommended revision of curriculum periodically and provided input to the college-wide curriculum committee. o Assisted in the development of course offerings each term. o Maintained all records as needed for the instructional program. o Participated on college-wide committees. o Maintained professional conduct in dealing with students, staff, administration, faculty, and the college community. o Adhered to prescribed procedures in all financial operations of the division. o Maintained safe practices in classroom, laboratory, and clinical settings. o Assisted college personnel in the recruitment of students. o Participated in the planning and budgeting processes of the division. o Compiled and dispensed necessary reports in a timely manner.

6 L. Cummings 6 o Assisted in enforcing all college policies. o Assisted in the coordination of the institutional effectiveness plan. o Attended faculty and staff meetings. o Participated in College and community activities. o Continued professional development through professional organization, seminars, etc., to maintain and improve skills. Adjunct Psychology Instructor, Mississippi State University, Summer o Taught Principles of Educational Psychology o Taught General Psychology. Graduate Assistant/ Psychology Intern, Mississippi State University Counseling Center, Spring o Provided psychological counseling and assessment for college students. o Conducted intake interviews of new clients. o Made medication referrals when appropriate. Graduate Teaching Assistant, Mississippi State University, Psychology Department, Fall 1998-Fall o Substitute lecturer in professor s absence. o Direct contact with students including: study skills, referrals, general information on grades, course work, etc. o Graded all tests. o Record keeping of student grades and attendance. o General clerical activities. PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE Instructional Representative on State-wide 800 Series Policy Review Committee Achieving the Dream Team Leader and Data Team Member Volunteer Speaker for Community and Industry Partners Degree Qualifications Profile College Team Member Achieving the Dream Application Co-Writer Coordinated the Logistics DACUM to develop new curriculum NACADA Advising Administrators Institute Participant Coordinate BSCC s Distance Education State Authorization Compliance Robotics Summer Camp for Area High School Students Developer Leadership Walker County Graduate Alabama Consortium for Technology and Learning Executive Board Member Alabama Community College Association Executive Committee Quality Matters Course Review Content Expert SACS-COC On-Site Visit Observer at San Jacinto Community College, Houston TX Alabama Community College Association Annual Conference Participant BSCC SACS Reaffirmation Team and Compliance Report Writer BSCC QEP Design and Development Team Chair BSCC President s Advisory Committee for Distance Education BSCC Advising Committee Co-Chair BSCC President s Advisory Council BSCC Retention Committee BSCC Institutional Review Committee Postsecondary Education State-wide Distance Education Committee

7 L. Cummings 7 BSCC Safety and Security Committee BSCC Professional Development Committee BSCC Technology Plan Committee BSCC Professional Development Committee BSCC Philosophy Instructor Search Committee Chair BSCC Psychology Instructor Search Committee Chair BSCC Sociology Instructor Search Committee Chair BSCC Psychology, Sociology, Philosophy, Religion Curriculum Committee Member and Chair Project Connect Steering Committee Member, Walker Area Foundation Volunteer Psychological Consultant for Pickens County Family Resource Center Walker County Chamber of Commerce and East Walker County Chamber of Commerce Relay for Life Participant Volunteer Psychological Consultant for Heart of Dixie Writers Group Actor with the Walker County Arts Alliance Member of First United Methodist Church, Jasper, AL Volunteer Psychological Consultant for the Pregnancy Test Resource Center, Jasper, AL ACADEMIC HONORS AND AWARDS , Who s Who Among America s Teachers Sumiton Campus Outstanding Faculty, Bevill State Community College , Alabama College Association Chancellor s Award Nominee SCHOLARLY CONTRIBUTIONS/PRESENTATIONS Tips from the Walking Dead: How to Survive Your First Year as an Administrator, presented at the Alabama Community College Association s annual Professional Development Conference and the Alabama Instructional Administrator s Association s summer meeting November 2014, June 2015 Moving from CE8 to 9.1 Enterprise Edition: Lessons Learned, presenting at Blackboard World Conference July Distance Education: Where We ve Been and Where We re Going, presentation to Bevill State Community College Planning Summit, February Career Options at Community Colleges for Psychology Majors, presentation at Mississippi State Psychology Department Career Seminar, April 9, SACS Assessment: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly, presentation to Bevill State Community College Planning Summit, February 7, Cummings, L. A., McCarley, N. G., Thorne, B. M., & Carskadon, T. G. (2004). Effects of newer population norms on prior MBTI research conclusions based on selection ratio type table analyses. Journal of Psychological Type, 63, PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Alabama College System Instructional Officers Association Alabama Consortium for Technology and Learning Executive Board Northamerican Association of Masters in Psychology

8 L. Cummings 8 American Psychological Association s Division of Psychology Teachers at Community Colleges Society for the Teaching of Psychology Alabama Education Association National Education Association PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Conferences and Workshops National Skills USA, June 2015 AACC 95 th Annual Convention, April 2015 All Alabama Academic Team Recognition Ceremony, April 2015 Alabama Human Resources Association Diversity Conference, February 2015 National Summit on the Redesign of Developmental Education hosted by AACC, February 2015 Southern Company Partnership Visit to Mississippi Gulf Coast CC, January 2014, May 2015 SACS-COC Summer Institute, July 2013, July 2014, July 2015 SACS-COC Annual Meeting, December 2013, December 2014 ACCA Annual Professional Development Conference, November 2013, 2014 Advancing the Appalachian Community College Fund Raising Workshop, October 2013 ACCSHRMA Diversity Conference, October 2013 Instructional Officers Fall Institute, October 2013 Achieving the Dream Kickoff Conference, June 2013 NACADA Advising Administrator s Institute, February, 2013 Athens State E-Learning Symposium, November, 2012 SACS-COC Summer Institute, Atlanta, GA, August, 2012 Blackboard Collaborate Users and Administrator s Training, May and June, 2012 Successful Retention Strategies Webinar, February, 2012 State Authorization Webinar; March, April 2012 Blackboard World Conference, New Orleans, LA, July 2012 Creating Futures Through Technology, Biloxi, MS, March, 2012 AMTEC Academy: Creating Career Pathways in Automotive Careers, San Antonio, TX, February, 2011 Creating Futures Through Technology, Biloxi, MS, March, 2011 Blackboard World Conference, Las Vegas, NV, July 2011 Retaining Students in Online Education, Atlanta, GA, September 2010 Blackboard World Conference, Orlando, FL, July 2010 Effective Practices in Fully Online Programs Webinar, March 2010 Doubling Online Enrollment Webinar, March 2010 BSCC Administrative Retreat, September 2009 Retaining Online Students: A Student Affairs and Faculty Perspective Webinar, October 2009 SACS-COC On-Site Visit at San Jacinto Community College, Houston, TX, November 2008 Managing Online Learning Webinar, November 2009

9 L. Cummings 9 Blackboard World Conference, Washington, DC, July 2009 Online Summer Faculty Institute for Community Colleges, June 2009 Blackboard Webinar - Teaching with Technology: Advancing Student Success, March 2009 On-Site SACS-COC Review Committee Observer, Houston, TX, November 2008 Alabama College Association Conference and Chancellor s Awards, Birmingham, AL, November 2009, 2008 Blackboard World Conference, Las Vegas, NV, July 2008 Quality Matters Peer Review Webinar, Birmingham, AL, July 2008 Sexual Harassment Workshop, Sumiton Campus, April 2008 SACS-COC Team Visit to LBWCC, Andalusia, AL, January 2008 SACS-COC Annual Convention, New Orleans, December 2007

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