Strategic Planning Analyst
Alicia is currently serving as the Strategic Planning Analyst for the division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management. In this role, she establishes standard policies, procedures, and instruments for assessment across functional areas of the division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management. She also coordinates the design, development, execution, and reporting of primary research for the division and provides support for unit directors and division leadership to conceptualize, design, administer, analyze, and present results of quantitative and qualitative research related to functional areas and programs.
She is a PhD candidate at the University of Georgia in Applied Cognition and Development within the department of Educational Psychology. Her dissertation research focuses on the development of the human attention system and the effects that focused training introduced during crucial developmental periods may have on that development.
She is also happy to serve as an adjunct instructor for UWG, teaching graduate courses in research methods and program evaluation for the College of Education.
Education / Degrees
- B.M., Music Performance: Instrumental, University of Louisiana - Lafayette, 2005
- M.Ed., Higher Education, University of North Texas, 2009
- Ph.D., Educational Psychology: Applied Cognition & Development, University of Georgia, exp., 2019