Dr. Oris Griffin McCoy
Western Michigan University, Doctor of Education, Higher Education: Administration, (1990)
Western Michigan University, Department of Student Affairs and Special Programs, Minority Student Services, (Pre-doctoral Internship) (1987).
Western Michigan University, Master of Arts, Human Resource Development, (1985)
Winston-Salem State University, Bachelor of Arts, Business Administration/Computer Science (1981).
Relevent Professional Experience
Professor, College of Education, James Madison University. Teaching and research interest: Diversity, Adult Education, Leadership and Learning Theory (1996 - present).
Assistant Professor, College of Education, James Madison University. Teaching and research interest: Diversity, Adult Education, Leadership and Learning Theory (1990-1996).
Graduate Assistant, Self-Enhancement Services, Western Michigan University. Organized and administered the academic assistance program for students in the College of Arts and Sciences, consulted with students having academic needs, and supervised daily activities of office staff (1989 - 1990).
Graduate Research Assistant, Evaluation Center, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan. Collected and analyzed statistical data for special projects. Evaluated and consulted with doctoral students in relation to data analysis for dissertation and thesis (1985 - 1988).
Graduate Assistant, Merze Tate Research Center, Western Michigan University Kalamazoo, Michigan. Designed and delivered training on word processing and computer use, planned and produced monthly newsletter, coordinated international student advisory committee, and designed evaluation procedures for Center services (1984 - 1985).
Assistant Registrar, Barber-Scotia College, Concord, North Carolina. Maintained student records, prepared and implemented registration procedures, prepared computerized class rosters and final grades (1982 - 1984).