• Education

    University of Louisville - Louisville, KY
    Master of Science in Human Resources & Organizational
    Development, Expected May 2015
    Area of focus: Workplace Learning and Performance

    University of Louisville - Louisville, KY
    Master of Education, August 2006
    Area of focus: College Student Personnel

    Berea College - Berea, KY
    Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, May 2004

  • Experience
    Coordinator, Resources for Academic Achievement - University of Louisville
    August 2009 – Present
    • Provides management and support for the REACH GEN 105 program and REACH Student Success Seminars
    • Interviews, trains, and evaluates graduate or undergraduate student employees staffing GEN 105 course sections.
    • Supervises the Graduate Student Assistants assigned to instruct GEN 105 course sections and those assigned to work with REACH Student Success Seminars
    • Primary responsibility for coordinating all operations for GEN 105 including summer testing and registration, development of training and research materials
    • Designs the curriculum of the seminars, presentations, or workshops offered as Student Success Seminars each semester, both onsite and online
    • Prepares Power Point presentations, online eLearning modules, materials booklets, UofL examples, and evaluations for all seminars in this series
    • Prepares reports on the effectiveness of the REACH GEN 105 Program and the REACH Student Success Seminars
    • Serves as an instructor for any student referred for one-on-one assistance in specific individual office sessions.
    • Coordinates departmental e-learning initiatives for seminars and training
    Coordinator for Housing and Residence Life - Western Kentucky University
    July 2006 – May 2009
    • Supervised, trained and evaluated a full-time Assistant Residence Hall Director, a full-time Residence Hall Director, and 8 paraprofessional staff members
    • Planned and presented residence hall and campus-wide educational programs
    • Maintained and oversaw residence hall programming budget
    • Participated in ongoing developmental freshman experience program and six-day orientation
    • Collateral assignment of advising the Residence Hall Association
    • Served as Assistant Residence Hall Director Search Committee Chair
    • Coordinated all administrative functions of hall, including payroll and room change processes, facility, safety and security issues in assigned halls
    • Provided an active leadership role on departmental and programming committees such as the Professional Staff committee and the Student Staff committee
    • Adjudicated educational discipline conferences for policy violations
    • Coordinated sessions for the Dynamic Leadership Institute
    • Maintained the Residence Hall Association website
    University Experience Instructor - Western Kentucky University
    August 2008 – December 2008
    • Taught freshmen level introduction course to 22 freshmen students
    • Planned daily teaching activities around University Experience curriculum
    • Advised students on 5th week/ mid-term grades
    • Met with students one on one to talk about their adjustments to college life
  • Publications
    Woolwine, M.A., Leist, C.W., Bays, C.L. (2012). The effects of using a critical
    thinking scoring rubric to assess undergraduate students’ reading skills. Journal of College Reading and Learning, 43 (1), pp. 35-43

    Woolwine, M.A., Adams, T. (2010). “Understanding Learning Styles to Enhance Your Study Skills.” In Adams, T, Rust, L.(eds.), The Cardinal Experience, Hayden McNeil, Plymouth, MI. pp. 35-43
  • Refereed Presentations
    Association for the Tutoring Profession
    Woolwine, M.A. (2014, March) Integrating Technology Into Academic Success. Presentation at the meeting of the Association for the Tutoring Profession. Nashville, TN.

    Kentucky Innovations Conference
    Woolwine, M.A. (2013, May). Engaging Students with Technology. Presentation at the meeting of the Kentucky Innovations Conference. Lexington, KY.

    Ubiquitous Learning Conference
    Woolwine, M.A. (2012, October). Engaging Students in a Mosaic of Technology. Presentation at the meeting of the Ubiquitous Learning Conference. Champaign, IL.

    Ideas to Action Institute
    Woolwine, M.A., Robinson, T., Abboud, M., & Metzger, C. (2012, May) The Uses of Critical Thinking in Undergraduate Affairs. Presentation at the University of Louisville Ideas to Action (i2a) Institute. Louisville, KY.

    National Association for Developmental Education
    Woolwine, M.A. (2012, February). Engaging Students in a Mosaic of Technology. Presentation at the meeting of the National Association for Developmental Education. Orlando, FL.

    Woolwine, M.A. (2011, February). Reading Success with Entry Level Courses: GEN 105. Presentation at the meeting of the National Association for Developmental Education. Washington, D.C.

    Kentucky Association for Developmental Education
    Woolwine, M.A., & Leist, C. (2009, October). Exploring Reading Success: An
    Intervention with Entry Level Courses: GEN 105. Presentation at the meeting of the Kentucky Association for Developmental Education. Richmond, KY.

    College Personnel Association of Kentucky
    Woolwine, M.A., & Blanch, K.B. (2008, February). Understanding your “Office”
    Culture. Presentation at the meeting of the College Personnel Association of Kentucky. Louisville, KY.

    Woolwine, M. A. (2007, March). The acronym code. Presentation at the meeting of the College Personnel Association of Kentucky. Lexington, KY.

    Woolwine, M. A., Compton, D. M., Evans, M., Guyton, C., Thompson, C. M, & Woods, E. F. (2006, March). Leadership 2010. Presentation at the meeting of the College Personnel Association of Kentucky. Louisville, KY.

    Kentucky Association of Housing Officers
    Woolwine, M.A. (2007, October). The Personality Compass. Presentation at the meeting of the Kentucky Association of Housing Officers. Berea, KY.
  • Invited Presentations
    Woolwine, M.A. (2010, January). The personality compass. Presentation for Resources for Academic Achievement Tutor Training. Louisville, KY.

    Woolwine, M.A. (2007, July). Go put your strengths to work. Presentation for Western Kentucky University Department of Housing and Residence Life. Bowling Green, KY.

    Woolwine, M.A. (2007, February). The personality compass. Presentation for Western Kentucky University Dynamic Leadership Institute. Bowling Green, KY.

    Woolwine, M.A. (2007, January). Using “The Office” in your office. Workshop presentation for the Western Kentucky University Department of Housing and Residence Life. Bowling Green, KY.

    Woolwine, M.A. (2006, November). The acronym code. Inservice presentation for the Western Kentucky University Department of Housing and Residence Life. Bowling Green, KY.

    Woolwine, M.A. (2006, March). The personality compass. Presentation at Bellarmine University as a part of the Lead On! Series. Louisville, KY.
  • Professional Associations
    American College Personnel Association (ACPA) - 2004-2009

    College Personnel Association of Kentucky (CPAK) - 2004-2009
    • Professional Development Coordinator, 2007-2008
    • Technology Coordinator, 2005-2006
    • Co-presenter, “Leadership 2010”, 2006
    • Graduate Student Case Study Participant, 2005

    Graduate Association for Professionals in Student Affairs (GAPSA) - 2004-2006
    • Served on GAPSA Executive Board as Webmaster

    Kentucky Association of Housing Officers (KAHO) - 2005-2009
    • Graduate Representative, 2006-2007

    Kentucky Association for Developmental Education (KADE) - 2009-Present

    Kentucky Leadership Educators - 2005-2006
    • Participant in discussions to develop a state-wide organization

    National Association for Developmental Education (NADE) - 2010-Present

    Southeastern Association of Housing Officers (SEAHO) - 2007-2009
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