Fulbright Advising Center
Teresa has been with the Fulbright College Advising Center since 2006 and with the University of Arkansas since 1995. As Associate Director for the Fulbright College Advising Center, Teresa is responsible for managing and coordinating the administrative policy updates for the Center as well as enrollment and course override procedures for the University Perspectives course for the College. Additionally, Teresa coordinates transfer advising and works with UA departments and outside Institutions to ensure a more seamless transfer process for incoming Fulbright transfer students. Teresa is also responsible for all Online advising as well as advising for the Interdisciplinary Studies major.
As a native of Northwest Arkansas, the University of Arkansas Razorback Traditions are vitally important to her. Having received her BA in Communication in 2004 and an MA in Communication in 2007 from the University of Arkansas, Teresa truly believes in the “students first” mission of the University. “Every student is an asset to our campus and our community. It is my job to give each student the tools s/he needs to be successful and to reach her/his potential.”
Teresa is a published author with interests in Communication and Gender Studies. Additionally, she has been a member of the ArkAAN (Arkansas Academic Advising Network) Executive Board since 2010 and has been a member of ArkAAN and NACADA (National Academic Advising Association) since 2006 and a member of NISTS (National Institute for the Study of Transfer Students) since 2014.
Teresa's hobbies include reading, traveling, and life-long learning. She is an avid reader and collector of books from any genre. She also loves to travel and has been to 5 different countries to date. Teresa believes that education is extremely important and any opportunity to learn new information or a new skill should be seized. Helping students learn to appreciate these opportunities, and watching them open new doors through these opportunities, is what she loves most about advising.
ARSC 1001 First Year Experience 2006-2009
ARSC 1001 Fulbright Perspectives 2010-2012
UNIV 1001 University Perspectives 2013-Present
COMM 1313 Public Speaking 2004-2005 (fall, spring, and summer)
COMM 1313 Public Speaking 2006-Present (fall only)
Master of Arts, Communication
University of Arkansas
Bachelor of Arts, Communication
University of Arkansas
Scott, T., Webb, L, & Amason, P. (2012). Professionally accomplished women's perceptions of father-daughter communication: An exploratory study. Iowa Journal of Communication, v.44 (1). pp. 64-92.
Outstanding Professional Advisor Award, 2010 - Presented by ArkAAN, the Arkansas Academic Advising Network
2010 Finalist, Outstanding Arkansas State Employee - Presented by the Arkansas State Employees Association
Employee of the Year, 2009 - Presented by the University of Arkansas Staff Senate
Employee of the Quarter, 2009 - Presented by the University of Arkansas Staff Senate