Student Success Center
|Office:||1019 Business Building|
|Mailing Address:||1001 Business Building|
1301 Lovers Lane
Manhattan, KS 66506
Ph.D., Counseling and Student Development, Kansas State University. Currently nearing completion of required coursework, expected dissertation topic “The Impact of Data Analytic Software On Both the Role and Work of Academic Advising”
MS, Counseling and Student Development, 2007, Kansas State University
BS, Psychology, 2005 Kansas State University
Areas of Responsibility
Advisor to students in the Business Pre-Professions Program (BAPP), all business degree tracks, and business minor students
Advising Liaison to the Finance Department
Graduation clearance coordinator
CBA KSIS representative and security administrator
SSC-Campus Application Administrator
Brad earned an undergraduate degree in Psychology and a master’s in Counseling and Student Development from Kansas State University and is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in the same program. Brad has been published on two occasions in materials produced by the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) and in 2013 was recognized as the Kansas State Bank Advisor of the Year.
Growing up as an “Army brat” in a military family, Brad’s father was a career soldier and served much of his active duty service at Fort Riley, Kansas. This connection to the military helps Brad understand the challenges faced by students and family members that are attending K-State that have their own military experiences.
Brad and his wife have two young children, a boy and a girl, and are blessed to have many family members from both sides of the family living here in the Manhattan area. In his spare time, Brad enjoys many different activities including: K-State sports, online computer games, amateur woodworking, and spending time with family and friends.
The National Academic Advising Association's Academic Advising Today
NACADA Pocket Guide "Academic and Career Advising for Undecided, Exploring and Major-Changing Students".
Presentation: Incorporating Data Analytics Into Academic Advising Sessions. NACADA Region 7 Conference, 2015.