EWC Welcomes Dr. Juliana M. Mosley as Vice President for Student Affairs
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Edward Waters College is pleased to welcome Dr. Juliana Mosley as its new Vice President for Student Affairs.
Dr. Mosley most recently served as Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management at Marygrove College in Detroit, Michigan. In this role, she oversaw 10 departments that provided academic, social, cultural and spiritual support to students. Dr. Mosley also formerly served as Vice President for Student Affairs at Philander Smith College in Little Rock, Arkansas, the Director of Multicultural Affairs at John Carroll University in Cleveland, and the Executive Assistant to the President at Kentucky State University.
Dr. Mosley holds a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership with a concentration in Administration as well as an M.A. in Curriculum and Teacher Leadership with a concentration in Urban Education, both from Miami University of Ohio. Her B.S. in Business Education is from Ball State University. Her research interests include Black Women's leadership, racial identity attitudes of Black students, culturally relevant curricula and communities, mental health issues among Black college students and first generation college students.
Dr. Mosley has been an invited presenter at the University of Cincinnati, the University of Central Arkansas, the University of Arkansas and Miami University of Ohio. She also has delivered numerous presentations to the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators. Additionally, Dr. Mosley was a board member for the IV-West Region of NASPA from 2006 to 2008 as well as a member of NASPA's National Advisory Board for Historical Black Colleges and Universities from 2006 to 2010.
With more than 15 years of experience serving in various areas within higher education, Dr. Mosley brings a versatile skill set to the Division of Student Affairs. At previous institutions, she helped to improve retention rates and academic performance among students, raise hundreds of thousands of dollars in grants, enhance services for underrepresented student populations, and was an advocate for diversity and holistic education. Furthermore, in 2003, she was the only non-faculty recipient out of 100 educators in higher education to receive an "Excellence in Education Award" from Ohio Magazine.
“Dr. Juliana Mosley in uniquely equipped, both professionally and personally, to make a significant and lasting impact on the division of student affairs,” said Executive Vice President Dr. Eurmon Hervey. “She is a proven leader, innovator and student advocate, and we are very fortunate to welcome her into the EWC Family.”
Dr. Mosley will begin her work January 1.
Published December 28, 2012