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Term Ending 2012

Mark Allen Poisel

Mark Allen Poisel, Pace University, New York

Mark Allen Poisel is the associate provost for student success at Pace University. He earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting and his master’s degree in college student personnel work from Indiana State University and his specialist and doctorate degrees, both in higher education, from The Florida State University.He previously served as the associate vice president of Student Development and Enrollment Services at the University of Central Florida (UCF) supervising several campus departments and working closely with UCF offices and partner institutions to enhance the programs and services that assisted all students, including transfers, be successful. During his 11 year tenure at UCF, Poisel held a variety of positions and established the Office of Transfer Services, acting as lead advocate for transfer students. His service to the profession also includes his work on the board of directors for the Florida Center for Advising and Academic Support and the National Institute for the Study of Transfer Students. Poisel is a frequent presenter on the issues of transfer and transition services, advising, retention, and student affairs assessment and co-editor of Transfer Student in Higher Education: Building Foundations for Policies, Programs, and Services That Foster Student Success, published by the National Resource Center. He has been honored by the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) with a Certificate of Merit for an Outstanding Institutional Advising Program and by the National Resource Center as a semifinalist for the Outstanding First-Year Student Advocate Award.

 

 

 

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