Title: Assistant Director for Resources
Kristy Sokol is primarily responsible for the development of curricular and faculty support resources, including the Faculty Resource Manual, SharePoint, and the Campus Resource Guide. She also manages the creation of the Transitions textbook and teaches UNIV 101: The Student in the University and EDLP 520: The Teacher as Manager.
Prior to coming to University 101 Programs, Kristy served as an academic advisor in
the College of Education at the University of South Carolina. She has also worked
in Residence Life at the Rochester Institute of Technology, Springfield College, and
the State University of New York College at Geneseo, and she taught 7th grade English
and Language Arts at Anson Middle School in Wadesboro, North Carolina.
Master of Education – Student Personnel Administration, 2006
Bachelor of Arts – Secondary English Education, 2000
Annual Conference on the First-Year Experience 2021, Session Presenter "Lessons Learned about the Efficacy of an Online First-Year Seminar"