Kelley Harris-Johnson, program manager for the biology major, has earned the recognition of her peers and received the Outstanding Achievement in Undergraduate Advising award.
This award recognizes significant contributions to undergraduate advising and the advising community at UW-Madison for advisors who have been on campus longer than 5 years.
In her role, Harris-Johnson juggles a complex program that is jointly housed in CALS and the College of Letters & Science. She navigates significant curricular changes, mentors and supervises a staff of four advisors and tackles budgetary issues, all while providing excellent direct student services. Under her leadership, the Biology major has worked to bolster its advising efforts with the goal of improving retention and student experiences, including among those students who have historically been underserved by our campus.
To learn more, visit Harris-Johnson’s award page.This entry was posted in Awards and honors and tagged award, diversity, biology by Ben. Bookmark the permalink.