Loretta Griffy

Associate Provost for Student Success, Professor of Mathematics and Statistics

Austin Peay State University

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Loretta Griffy

Associate Provost for Student Success, Professor of Mathematics and Statistics

Austin Peay State University

Dr. Loretta Ussery Griffy has worked on a college campus over 25 years. She currently serves as the Associate Provost for Student Success at Austin Peay State University (APSU) and Professor of Mathematics and Statistics. Her work on campus focuses on promoting student success and a culture of self-improvement on campus through development, implementation and assessment of initiatives focused on the teaching, learning, and advising environment in a collegiate setting. Her teaching experiences are founded in developmental studies mathematics, which inform and guide her work with college students and faculty. She is engaged on campus in developing initiatives that utilize emerging technology to inform student faculty interaction and focus high impact work on high need areas. She is responsible for faculty development and engagement in student orientation events, academic advising, and the university success initiatives at her institution. As APSU began to focus on students’ first year experiences, success structures were developed to help students identify broad areas of academic focus (meta-major), structured 4-year and 2-year plans were developed and institutionalized as part of the curriculum development and annual update process, technology tools identified to ease the burden of degree planning and course registration, data utilized to inform intervention need, attention paid to the belonging and cultural needs of students, and early engagement with faculty and like-minded peers encouraged. Additionally, over the past few years, she has served as the principal investigator Department of Education Title III grant, as co-principal investigator for a National Science Foundation grant, and executive sponsor PI for a Breakthrough Models Incubator NextGen Learning grant, and Integrated Planning and Advising Services grant.

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