Gleason named director of Academic Advising Center at Pitt-Bradford
BRADFORD, Pa. – Sue Gleason has been named the new director of the Academic Advising Center at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford.
The center’s staff work with students who have yet to declare a major or who are interested in changing majors by helping them understand degree requirements and academic policies and procedures.
In her role as director, Gleason works with new faculty as well to provide them with advising training, assists with various aspects of student orientations and works closely with all faculty.
She also is responsible for the Early Intervention Program and monitoring student progress. In the classroom, she teaches one section each year of Freshman Seminar and several management courses within the Division of Management and Education.
Previously, Gleason served as the academic advisor in the Academic Advising Center, an assistant director of financial aid and administrative assistant for the Admissions Office and Office of Financial Aid.
She holds a Master of Education degree in administration and leadership from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in business management at Pitt-Bradford. She and her husband, Greg, live in Bradford with their combined six children.