Below is the faculty for College Student Affairs Administration.

Dr. Kevin Bailey

Dr. Kevin Bailey

Vice President for Student Affairs
CSAA Program Coordinator

Ph.D., Higher Education Administration, Bowling Green State University
M.A., Student Affairs in Higher Education, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
B.S., Management Information Systems, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Taught the following courses: Capstone Experience in Student Affairs

Research Interests: African American males in higher education, Crisis management, Leadership Development

Dr. Jim Hurd

Dr. Jim Hurd

Sr. Associate Vice President for Student Affairs
CSAA Program Advisor

Ed.D., Educational Management, University of West Florida
M.A., Student Personnel Services, Northwestern State University of Louisiana
B.A., English, North Georgia College

Taught the following courses: American College Student: Theories and Trends, Assessment Issues in Student Affairs, Internship in Higher Education, Survey of Literature in College Student Personnel

Research Interests: Assessment issues in Student Affairs, Student Affairs role in institutional accreditation, Student Employment as a student development tool, Integrative work and collaboration, Leadership and management

Dr. Sarah Luczyk

Dr. Sarah Luczyk

Director of Assessment and Planning for Student Affairs

Ph.D., Higher Education, The Florida State University
M.A., College Student Development, Appalachian State University
B.S., Child and Family Community Services, Bowling Green State University

Taught the following courses: Assessment Issues in College Student Affairs & Internship in Higher Education

Research Interests: Assessment in Student Affairs, Student Success, Community Colleges, and the impact of institutional policies on student success

Dr. Keya Wiggins

Dr. Keya Wiggins

Staff Psychologist & Group Coordinator Counseling and Psychological Services

Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, Indiana State University
M.Ed., Community Agency Counseling, Auburn University
B.S., Psychology, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Taught the following courses: Theories of Group Counseling, Theories of Individual Counseling, Life Applications of Psychological Concepts, Foundations of Counseling Principles for Student Affairs Administration

Research interests: Racism and the African American psyche, African American mental health, the impact of oppression on marginalized populations, and issues related to diversity

Dr. Kim LeDuff

Dr. Kim LeDuff

Chief Diversity Officer & Associate Vice Provost | Equity, Diversity & International Affairs

Dr. Kim M. LeDuff is Chief Diversity Officer/Associate Vice Provost for Equity, Diversity & International Affairs. She holds a Ph.D. in Mass Communication with a concentration in communication and culture from Indiana University, an M.A. from the University of Maryland-College Park and a B.A. from Xavier University of Louisiana. Prior to coming to UWF in Fall 2013, she was an Associate Professor and Associate Director of the School of Mass Communication and Journalism at The University of Southern Mississippi and also taught at Hampton University and her alma mater, Xavier University of Louisiana. While at USM, Dr. LeDuff was honored by the Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning as Diversity Educator of the year in 2012. She authored Tales of Two Cities: How Race and Crime Intersect on Local TV News and is co-author of Race and News: Critical Perspectives. She is a member of the National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education.

Dr. Ruth Davison

Dr. Ruth Davison

Director of Housing and Residence Life

Ph.D., Higher Education Administration, University of Louisville
M.A., Higher Education Administration, University of Louisville
M.Div., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
B.A., American History & World Religion, University of Mary Washington

Taught the following courses: Legal Issues of Higher Education, Survey of Literature in College Student Personnel, American College Student: Theories and Trends, Internship in Higher Education

Research Interests: School Law, Constitutional Law

Vannee Cao-Nguyen

Dr. Vannee Cao-Nguyen

Director of Student Disability Resource Center

Ed.D., Curriculum and Diversity Studies, University of West Florida
M.S., Counseling and Psychology, Troy University
B.A., Psychology, University of West Florida

Taught the following courses: Foundations of Counseling Principles for Higher Education Administration, Psych/Culture/Society, Consultation Process

Research Interests: Social Skills and Academic Strategies for College Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Supportive Accommodations for Veterans in Academic Setting, Critical Pedagogy in Counselor Education, Cross-Cultural Proficiency in Student Affairs Education/Training

Dr. Susan Stephenson

Dr. Susan Stephenson

Executive Director/Chief Fiscal Officer for the Escambia County Housing Finance Authority

Ph.D., Higher Education Administration, University of Arkansas
M.A., Business Administration, University of Arkansas

Taught the following courses: Master of Education in College Student Affairs Administration, M.Ed. program and the Bachelor of Arts, Criminal Justice program.

Dr. Ben Stubbs

Associate Director for Student Involvement, UCSI

Ph.D., Higher Education Administration, University of Tennessee
M.S., College Student Personnel, University of Tennessee
B.A., English Literature, University of West Florida

Taught the following courses: American College Student: Trends

Research Interests: Self-Authorship development, Experiences of students from underrepresented populations, Gender studies, Ethical and moral development