Hannah Brodhead

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Hannah Brodhead, BE Academic Advisor
Biography: 

Academic Advisor for undergraduate students pursuing a B.S. degree in Biosystems Engineering.  Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI,  July 2016 to Present

Assistant Director of Academic Success, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, July 2014 to July 2016.
Programming

  • Pioneered the Peer Success Coaching (PSC) program to provide students with peer academic support for holistic college success
  • Spearheaded the hiring, training, and supervision of 25 undergraduate student academic coaches
  • Created the coaching model, training curriculum and handbook, tiered job hierarchy, and assessment plan
  • Recruited undergraduate student participants and marketed the PSC program to target groups of students
  • Supervised and provide developmental feedback to graduate student intern
  • Forecasted a three-year growth and expense plan and managed the budget

Consulting and Advising

  • Served as a walk-in consultant for students seeking academic support through the Academic Success Center
  • Provided students with curricular and co-curricular interventions to remove barriers to academic success
  • Connected students with relevant resources on Purdue’s campus and in the Greater Lafayette community

Curriculum Development

  • Instructed and developed 16-week curriculum for an Academic Success Skills seminar (GS 29001)
  • Developed and executed academic success workshops for groups of five to 200 students, staff, or faculty
  • Instructed and developed a 12-week curriculum for an English conversation class on U.S. American life and culture for English language learners, international students/scholars, and community members

Campus Engagement

  • Collaborated with campus partners to found the Purdue Coaching Community (PCC)
  • Developed the PCC leadership structure and program offerings launched during Fall 2015
  • Established the PCC brand and oversee marketing for events and programs
  • Coordinated with the academic advising community to offer academic support to target student groups
  • Represented Academic Success and Student Success at campus events (e.g., orientation, admissions)


Tutor Supervisor, USU Writing Center, Logan, UT, August 2013 to May 2014.

  • Planned and participated in monthly staff trainings and campus outreach projects
  • Developed training materials and handbooks to educate future tutors and supervisors
  • Oversaw Writing Center daily operations (e.g., tutor scheduling, appointment scheduling)

Program Coordinator, Teaching English Afternoons, Logan, UT, September 2012 to May 2014.

  • Planned weekly activities (games and conversational prompts) for international students and scholars
  • Trained tutor staff members to interact and communicate with English language learners
  • Communicated with staff and guests via weekly email newsletter updates

Assistant to the Director, Writing Fellows, Logan, UT, January 2012 to December 2012

  • Assessed the status of and proposed future directions for the Writing Fellows program
  • Developed and updated the Writing Fellows training curriculum (CHSS 4900)
  • Participated in interviewing and hiring new writing tutors
Education: 
B.A., English, Utah State University 2012
Publications: 

Groh, J., Brodhead, H., Mueller, T., Comfort, K., & Cole, M. (October 2015). Creating a coaching culture across higher education. Panel discussion at the Indiana Student Affairs Association Conference in Muncie, IN.
Dulin, H. (April 2012). Claude McKay’s “The Desolate City” as a postcolonial text. Paper presented at the USU Department of English Student Symposium in Logan, UT.
Dulin, H. (April 2012). Critiquing colonial Harlem: Claude McKay’s “The Desolate City.” Paper presented at the USU Department of Languages, Philosophy, and Communication Studies Student Symposium.
Dulin, H., & Gourley, K. (March 2012). Visual models for exposing structure. Poster presented at the Rocky Mountain Peer Tutoring conference in Logan, UT.
Dulin, H. (December 2011). Spiritual suffering in colonial Harlem. Paper presented at the USU Voices Student Essay Symposium in Logan, UT.