Michelle Gnoleba Seki is a 2015 MAIS Higher Education graduate. She currently serves as a Senior Academic Advisor at George Mason University, and was recently awarded the 2019 Academic Advisor of the Year. In addition, she is serving her second term as Co-Chair of the Mason Academic Advisor Network which focuses on advising excellence. She has a passion for learning about the personal and contextual factors that promote academic achievement within the college student population. Her current research is interdisciplinary as it combines perspectives from the fields of Higher Education and Educational Psychology. She recently published a book chapter entitled: Examining the relationships between Quality Faculty-Student Interactions, Academic Self-Efficacy, Self-Regulation, and Academic Achievement of College Students.
August 26, 2019