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Papadopoulos Resume

  1. 1. Adrea L. Papadopoulos 5105 Stearns Hill Rd. Waltham, MA 02451 PHONE:936-444-6472 EMAIL: adreadottavio@gmail.com QUALIFICATIONS & SKILLS  Eight years’ experience in advising international students, graduate students, and student development.  Proven communication, administrative, team leadership, budgeting, and organizational skills.  Interacting effectively with students, faculty, and staff in a university setting.  Experience in developing and marketing university and community programs.  Proficient in a wide variety of database and Microsoft Office products  Experience in developing, managing and assessing professional development conferences EDUCATION Texas A&M University College Station, TX May 2012  Master of Science in Student Affairs and Higher Education Heidelberg University Tiffin, OH May 2007  Bachelor of Arts Degree in International Studies with Minor in Legal Studies WORK EXPERIENCE  Undergraduate and graduate international student advisor  Advises international students on issues such as immigration, financial needs, and academic responsibilities  Process employment authorizations for students such as Curricular PracticalTraining, Optional Practical Training, etc.  Undergraduate and graduate student academic advisor  Serve as a liaison between faculty, staff, and graduate students  Responsible for promoting, marketing, and administration of all departmental scholarships  Responsible for organizing programs to orient new graduate students and assessing their effectiveness  Responsible for monitoring student progress, tracking time to degree,and review of the program and curriculum  Meet with prospective students and advise on university and department requirements for admission  Develop student resources to promote student success such as marketing materials, student orientation  Supervisor and coordinator for the student services office, responsible for recruiting and student advising initiatives  Responsible for promoting, marketing, planning, and assessment of the International Student Conference  Responsible for the Dinner in a US Home program to facilitate student integration into the community  Developed and presented a variety of educational programs for professionals and students  Review and approve on campus employment authorization for international students  Liaison to departments for on campus employment relating to international students  Advises international students on issues such as immigration, financial needs, and academic responsibilities  Assist in preparing and implementing office procedures in the event of a student emergency Promoted from International Student Advisor I to II September 2011 Temporary DSO-International Student and Scholars Office, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA October 2016 - Present Coordinator of Advising- Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX October 2013 – July 2016 International Student Advisor I & II,International Student Services, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX May 2009 – September 2013
  2. 2. Marketing Coordinator, Sadler Clinic Conroe, TX November 2007 – December 2008  Organized sponsorships, donations and community outreach programs for over 100 physicians  Developed concepts for Sadler Clinic general branding campaign and ad placements  Representative to community organizations such as the Conroe Chamber of Commerce and Rotary INTERNATIONAL EDUCATIONALEXPERIENCES Tianjin Normal University Tianjin, China Summer 2007  Assistant Instructor, English as a Second Language Instituto Italiano Florence, Italy Summer 2006  Italian language study University of Richmond of London Florence, Italy August-December 2005  Junior Year Abroad  Tour guide at Sainta Maria Novella Cathedral Oxford University Oxford, England Summer 2004  Associate Student, New College Newman College Perth, Australia Fall 2001  Rotary Foreign Exchange Student INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCE Student Intern, Congressman PaulE. Gillmor’s Office Washington, D.C. Summer 2005  Assisted with research on policy issues and wrote response letters to constituents Graduate Intern, Department of Multicultural Services, Texas A&M University College Station, Texas Summer 2010  Assist with implementation of the Diversity Training Institute (DTI) Conference at Texas A&M University  Assist with Community of Respect Workshop for New Student Orientation Graduate Intern, Veteran Services Office,Texas A&M University College Station, Texas Summer 2010  Planned and implemented the Mentor Training “Serving Those Who Have Served” for faculty and staff  Participated in Troops to College organization  Participated in First Year Experience: Learning Community for Veterans (Fall 2011) PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS Dottavio, A.,Clement, S., & Yates,E.,(October 2011) “Coping with an International Student Death.” Seminar Presenter, NAFSA Regional III Conference,Oklahoma City, OK Dottavio, A., Molina. M., & White, M., (May 2011). “F-1 Student Advising forBeginners.” Pre – Conference Workshop Trainer, NAFSA State Meeting, College Station, TX TRAININGS  J-1 Regulations forBeginners, NAFSA NationalConference,Kansas City, MS (2010)  F-1 Student Advising: Intermediate, NAFSA NationalConference,Kansas City, MS (2010)  Diversity Training Institute (DTI) TexasA&M University, College Station, TX (2010)  F-1 Student Advising for Beginners, NAFSA Regional III Conference,Dallas, TX (2009)  A Community of Respect, Office of International Outreach,Texas A&M University, College Station, TX (2009)  Completed QPR:Question, Persuade,and Refer:Suicide Prevention Training (2009) PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND MEMBERSHIP  Member of the National Association of International Educators (NAFSA) (2009 – 2013)  Member of the Association of Future Student Affairs Professionals (AFSAP) (2009-2012)  Advisor for the multi-cultural sorority, Lambda Delta Psi(20011-July 2016)  Member of the Lake Conroe Rotary Club in Montgomery County, Texas (2008-2009) SCHOLARSHIPS  Texas A&M University Staff Scholarship Award (Fall 2011 & Spring 2012)  NAFSA First Timer Scholarship Award,NAFSA Regional III Conference,Dallas, Texas (2009)

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