Title: Assistant Director for Peer Leadership
Emma Reabold is primarily responsible for the recruitment, selection, matching, and training of University 101 Peer Leaders and Graduate Leaders. She also serves as an instructor for the leadership development course, EDLP 520: The Teacher as Manager, as well as the first-year seminar course, UNIV 101: The Student in the University.
Prior to coming to the University of South Carolina, Emma served as an Academic Advising
and Coaching Specialist at Clemson University. In this role, she was responsible for
advising undeclared students and Former Students Reenrolling, providing academic coaching
to undergraduate students at Clemson, and coordinating the Peer Success Leader program.
Master of Education - Counselor Education and Student Affairs
Clemson University, 2015
Bachelor of Science - Psychology and English with an Emphasis in Creative Writing
Presbyterian College, 2013
Reabold, E. Greene, M. (2020, February.) Recruiting, Selecting, and Training Peer Leaders for First-Year Seminars. Presented at the National Conference on the First-Year Experience, Washington, D.C. Accepted through peer-review process.
Reabold, E. (2017, October.) Equipping to Encourage Change: Using Academic Coaching Tools to Promote Positive Change in Students, Mentees, and Staff Members. Presented at SACSA Annual Conference, Chattanooga, TN. Accepted through peer-review process.
Reabold, E. (2016, December.) Things I Wish I’d Known: Making the Most of your College Experience. Presented to Alpha Delta Pi at Presbyterian College in Clinton, SC. Invited to present.
Brooks, C., Crisp, A., Kirk, M., Martin, J., Massey, R. Reabold, E. (2016, October.) Advisors Learning Together: Building a Program of Cross-College Collaboration to Advise Former Students Returning. Presented at National Academic Advising Association Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia. Accepted through peer-review process.
Brooks, C., Crisp, A., Kirk, M., Reabold, E. (2016, September.) Black Hawk Down: Helping Students Break Free of Helicopter Parents through Coaching. Presented at National College Learning Center Association Annual Conference, Tampa, FL. Accepted through peer-review process.
Reynolds, E., Mulkey, A. (2014, October) How Student Affairs Staff Can Help Create Successful Students, Staff Members, and Mentees using Academic Coaching Tools and Strategies. Presented at Southern Association for College Student Affairs Annual Conference, Louisville, Kentucky. Accepted through peer-review process.
Perez, C., Reynolds, E. (2014, October). Making the Most of your Student Affairs Experience. Presented at South Carolina College and Personnel Association Conference, Spartanburg, SC. Accepted through peer-review process.
Reynolds, E., Miller, A. (2014, February) “The Generation of List Makers: How to Strategize, Organize, and Prioritize”. Presented at the Georgia Collegiate Leadership Conference, Athens, GA. Accepted through peer- review process.
Childress, A. , Reynolds, E. (2013, October) So You Want to Further your Education: Programs in Higher Education and Student Affairs. Presented at South Carolina College and Personnel Association Conference, Wake Forest, NC. Accepted through peer-review process.
Reynolds, E. (2013, February) “Social Media Do’s and Don’ts”. Presented at the Presbyterian College Spring Leadership Conference, Clinton, SC. Invited to present by Dean of Students.