Navigate the path to Bachelor’s degree completion with the help of an academic advisor.
The advising team at the Center for the Adult Learner takes a highly personalized approach to degree completion, working with you from your initial planning meeting until graduation day. The first thing you’ll do as an accepted student is meet with your academic advisor to discuss your goals and begin to develop a degree plan. Your academic advisor can help you:
Julianne Corey, Assistant Director of Academic AdvisingJulianne comes to the Center for the Adult Learner from our Graduate School of Education, where she supported the PhD program in Educational Studies. Prior to Lesley, she worked for Instructional Media Services at Harvard University for 10 years, and has taught courses for Emerson, Lasell, and MIT. She teaches as an adjunct at Lesley in the fields of mind-body movement and writing for Psychology and Applied Therapies. Her varied background makes her passionate about Lesley's interdisciplinary approach. In working with adult and non-traditional students, she is a strong advocate for forging one's own educational path. Julianne holds a Bachelor of Arts in Literature and Film Studies from Merrimack College and MFA in Writing from Emerson College. She is a member of the movement-educator training faculty for the Nia Technique. Email: email@example.com.
Gene Ferraro, Assistant Director of Academic AdvisingGene has been working as an academic advisor with adult students for more than 12 years. He is also an adjunct faculty member at Lesley, teaching in the areas of writing, human development and management. Prior to joining academia, Gene spent 10 years working with adults in the field of employment and training, and before that he spent 16 years working with developmentally disabled adults. What Gene loves most about working with the adult population is their motivation. Adult students are very serious about their work and bring so much of their life experience to the classroom. As both an advisor and an adjunct faculty member, Gene feels that he learns as much from the students as what he is able to provide to them. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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