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1 Sherry L. Dellinger, Ed.D. EDUCATION Spalding University: Educational Leadership - Ed.D Indiana University: Higher Education and Student Affairs - M.S.Ed Indiana University: Secondary Education / English and Speech - B.S ADMINISTRATION Campbell University, Buies Creek, North Carolina, (2011 present) Dean of Students Serve as leader of Dean s Office including Residential Living, Student Conduct, Health Services, Tutoring, Disability Services, Career Services, Student Activities, Campus Recreation, Intramurals and the Fitness Center. Create programs for specific student populations (athletes, commuter, non-traditional, minority) and work with faculty and staff to engage students and influence retention. Supervise and train both professional staff and graduate assistants. Manage budgets, evaluate and assess human resources and services. Liaison with law enforcement, student health and mental health facilities. Chair the Executive Student Conduct Committee, serve on Retention Committee, Admissions Committee, Crisis Intervention Team, Assessment and other committees designed for student recruitment and success. Bluffton University, Bluffton, Ohio, ( ) Dean of Students Serve as the Chief Judicial Officer of the university. Adjudicate cases of student conduct; academic honor codes and other campus violations. Work with the local police department in establishing policy, processes for search and seizure and institutional compliance. Vetted in student development theory and restorative justice principles. Provide direct supervision for The Leadership Development Program, Multicultural Affairs, The Student Union (includes Conferences, Dining

2 Services, Bookstore, Mailroom, Orientation, Student Activities), Career Development Center, Residence Life, Graduate Student Interns from Bowling Green State University s Higher Ed. Program, Campus Ministries, The Health Center, Parent Programs, and Campus Counseling. 2 Provide strategic leadership for programs, services, planning, and assessment to foster student development and success. Serve as an advocate for students, support the development of community, and work collaboratively with faculty and other campus offices to strengthen the linkage between co-curricular and academic programs to engage students and enhance learning outcomes. Oversee budgets, supervise 7 directors and provide leadership and staff development training in student development assessment, theory, and outcomes for goals and objectives. Serve on Retention Committee, Enrollment Management Team, Crisis Intervention Team, Assessment and other committees designed for student recruitment and success. Mediator Trained in Restorative Justice, Peacemaking, Conflict Resolution, Conferencing, Integrity Boards, and Circle Processes. Southwestern College, Phoenix, Arizona ( ) Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs ( ) Served as chief academic officer, member of the Administrative Cabinet and chief student affairs officer reporting directly to the President. Supervised 10 Resident Faculty, 23 Adjunct Faculty, Registrar s Office, Student Services Staff, Residence Life, Athletics, Disability Services, Spiritual Formation, and the Library. Oversaw Institutional Assessment for HLCNCA Accreditation and ABHE Accreditation. Developed Retention Initiatives, Developed the First Year Experience, Implemented the objectives of the strategic plan and supervised all initiatives necessary to fulfill the mission of the college and the development of both faculty and students. The position s role is to provide leadership and oversight by leading in the following areas: Conduct assessment and planning for institutional accreditation Evaluate the academic programs for professional and general accreditation Interview all faculty and academic personnel Conduct faculty development programs which lead to excellence in teaching

3 Supervise the development of each academic department and new programs Evaluate the academic welfare of the student body Serve as Chief Judicial officer in all disciplinary matters Conduct staff development for all Student Affairs personnel Oversee the planning, organizing, and implementations of all aspects of student life including community, social, mental, academic and spiritual development Director of Academic Operations / Dean of the Faculty ( ) Served as Dean of the Faculty, Conducted faculty development, researched new program development, designed class schedule, certified graduates at commencement, developed an advising program, developed a retention program that raised freshmen level retention to 85 % the first year, counseled students on academic probation, hired adjunct faculty, taught Study Skills Seminars. Directed the educational activities of the college Cooperated with the Executive Vice President in the administration of the Academic budget Developed departmental objectives that are consistent with the college s Objectives Strategically planned for continuous improvement of the first year experience and overall campus retention Indiana University Southeast, New Albany, IN ( ) Director of University Division ( ) Supervised, planned and directed all aspects of University Division which provided academic advising and programming for all undergraduate students (approximately 3000) until they were accepted into their majors. Served as Athletic Advisor and mentor for struggling athletes. Conducted New Student and Transfer Student Orientation, Student Leadership Programs, Disability Services, Probationary Programs, Student Success and Persistence, Transfer Services, and Faculty Training. Initiated new projects and plans for each academic semester, conducted staff development programs for a staff of 10 and did monthly performance appraisals; Managed budget of $400,000+; Supervised 6 professional staff; 4 support staff; served as a representative on Faculty Senate and several other committees to help identify and implement methods to enhance student success; served on steering committee for First Year Experience, Enrollment Management, Academic Council and Student Persistence. 3

4 Interim Director of Campus Life (Dec July 2001) Assisted with the operations of campus life until a new director was hired. Duties included supervision, leadership, coaching, training of new staff, supporting student organizations, budgeting and all current fiscal responsibilities. Academic Advisor ( August 1997) Advised and counseled students in establishing a plan for academic success. Assisted students in using educational resources to achieve their personal goals. Utilized methods of developmental advising to address career goals and life-long learning. Served on committees for diversity awareness and enrollment management. Coordinator of Faculty Training ( August 1997) Trained faculty to advise at orientation sessions. Designed and implemented staff development programs. Assigned faculty to orientation advising positions. Trained, monitored, and evaluated new professional and support staff in University Division. Coordinator of Disability Services ( February 1996) Served as designated campus compliance coordinator. Provided orientation, counseling, and accommodations. Recruited, trained, and directed volunteers to assist students. Trained faculty and staff in matters concerning the Americans with Disabilities Act and students' needs. Developed publications and served as a liaison with community agencies. Spalding University, Louisville, KY ( ) Director of Career Services ( ) Directed all operations of the Career Services Center, created professional development course, and conducted vocational tests and assessments. Assisted students with exploring, investigating, planning and preparing for career possibilities. Presented numerous workshops and activities to provide the skills necessary for professional development. Supervised graduate interns and practicum students. Coordinator of Student Employment ( ) Supervised and implemented the College Work Study Program. Provided orientation and training for students regarding professionalism, career development, confidentiality and service. Conducted evaluations and performance reviews. 4

5 5 University of Southern Indiana, Evansville, IN ( ) Assistant to the Director of Continuing Education ( ) Wrote reports, proposals, and assisted with the editing of grants. Programming Asst. - Business & Professional Programs ( ) Designed and wrote brochures to market non-credit programs. Assessed community needs and created programs of interest. TEACHING Campbell University, Buies Creek, NC 2013 current Instructor: Academic Recovery for Freshmen Bluffton University, Bluffton, OH Practicum Supervisor: Bowling Green State University Graduate Students Instructor: First Year Seminar: Liberal Arts Seminar Indiana University Southeast, New Albany, IN ( ) Instructor: Adjunct lecturer in Education Leadership Training Seminar in Leadership College Reading and Learning Techniques Career Development Spalding University, Louisville, KY ( ) Instructor: University Studies Successful Student Strategies From Senior to Professional University of Southern Indiana, Evansville, IN ( ) Instructor and Advisor: University Division Faculty Freshman Seminar College Reading English Grammar and Usage

6 6 Adult Education Instructor: Gateway: A program for African Americans Freshman Seminar for the Adult Student College Reading for the Adult Student English Grammar and Usage for the Adult Student Instructor: Continuing Education/ Management Diagnostic Center Communication Skills for Managers Presentation Skills for Managers Business Communications Segments of Zinger-Miller's Frontline Leadership Segments of the Leadership Development Program Indiana University, Bloomington, IN ( ) Instructor: Learning Skills Center How to Study in College Advanced Learning Applications Diagnostic Learning for Reinstated Students PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS S.H.A.R.P. Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Prevention Charter - current Association for Student Conduct Administration- current Ohio College Personnel Association- (Chair for Nov & 2009 conferences): executive board member Council of Christian Colleges and Universities current National Academic Advising Association National Association of Student Personnel Administrators 1994 current National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Alcohol Abuse Prevention and Intervention current Ohio College Initiative to Reduce High Risk Drinking American College Personnel Association- current Graduate of the Alice Manicure Leadership Symposium for women who aspire to be Chief Student Affairs Officers: A NASPA organization Phi Theta Kappa: Faculty Advisor Omicron Delta Kappa: Faculty Secretary National Education Association

7 Phi Delta Kappa Alpha Epsilon Lambda Pi Lambda Theta: Vice President COMMUNITY SERVICE Certified Pet Therapy Volunteers of Cary, NC current Board of Trustees Member Bluffton, OH, Public Library Mentor for Athletes in Academics Southwestern College Phoenix, AZ Mentor for over 20 students in Leadership- Southwestern College, Phoenix, AZ Board of Directors for Our Place: Drug & Alcohol Educational Services New Albany, IN Mayor s Community Prayer Breakfast Committee - New Albany, IN AWARDS AND HONORS Named to Washington County Academic Hall of Fame: 2013 Trained mediator from Eastern Mennonite University: 2009 Alice Manicure s Symposium for Women: 2002 IUS Outstanding Service Award: 2001 Non-traditional Student Service Outstanding Service Award: 2001 Metroversity Outstanding Faculty of Adult Learners Award: 2001 Outstanding Service to the Mentoring Program: 2000/01/02 Honorable member of Phi Eta Sigma: 2001 Member of Cambridge Who s Who: lifetime member PRESENTATIONS Campbell University: Buies Creek, NC April, 2014: Title IX in 2014 for the Residential Life Staff Campbell University: Buies Creek, NC April, 2012: Student success through student involvement for the Campbell University Board of Trustees Ohio College Personnel Association Annual Conference January, 2011: Cyber bullying in higher education: Legal and Ethical Issues University of Michigan: Ann Arbor, MI November, 2009: Managing Campus Conflict Using a Social Justice Lens : Panelist

8 8 Bluffton University: Bluffton, OH April, 2008: Success through Assessment for the Bluffton University Board of Trustees National Academic Advising Association (NACADA): Indianapolis, Indiana, October 2006 Moving on up: How to advance in Higher Education Spalding University: Louisville, Kentucky. March 2005: Jesus leadership principles for Doctoral Students in Leadership Training Spalding University: Louisville, Kentucky. October 2003: Temperament and Leadership for Doctoral Students in Leadership Training National Academic Advising Association (NACADA): Indianapolis, Indiana. April 2002 Advising Athletes: Goals for Success off the Court National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA): Indianapolis, Indiana. March 2000 Virtual Advising Center and Internet Advising (also served on the planning committee for this national conference and was a volunteer throughout the conference) National Academic Advising Association (NACADA): Denver, Colorado. October 1999 Faculty and Professional Advisors: A cooperative approach to advising students NACADA MID SOUTH Regional Conference: Lexington, Kentucky. May 1999 Virtual Advising Center: Making connections with commuter students Bellarmine College Retreat: Louisville, Kentucky. June 1999 Leadership skills for success FACET Conference: New Albany, Indiana. October 1998 Student Affairs and Academic Affairs: Building a bridge to learning Freshmen Year Experience Conference: Columbia, South Carolina. October 1998 Student Mentors: A bridge for the transition to college Southern Baptist Seminary: Louisville, Kentucky. March 1998 Advising the Adult Student Population: Emerging trends in higher education Spalding University: Louisville, Kentucky. October 1997 Using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator for Doctoral Students in Leadership Training Spalding University: Louisville, Kentucky. November 1996 Adult Students Learning Styles in Distance Education Courses (dissertation research and presentations) Veterans Administration Hospital, Louisville, Kentucky Effective Interviewing Techniques for Managers

9 9 IUS Diversity Seminar, New Albany, Indiana Appreciating Differences Adult Learner s Conference, Clarksville, Tennessee Building bridges: Success strategies for the Adult Student Spalding University Faculty and Staff: Louisville, Kentucky Using the Myers- Briggs Type Indicator in Staff Development Paper published in the Journal of Reading, November Meeting the needs of learning disabled college students

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