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Annual Conference 2018: Exhibitor

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Keynote Speaker- Dr. Kevin Kruger

Kevin Kruger draws on more than 35 years of experience in higher education. Since 2012, he has served as president and CEO for NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education. Prior to his role as president, Dr. Kruger worked for 18 years as the associate executive director and served as the chief operating officer (COO) and chief financial officer (CFO) for NASPA. He has held a range of student affairs positions at Southern Methodist University and the University of Maryland. As NASPA president, Dr. Kruger represents student affairs at a variety of national forums and is a frequent contributor to higher education news stories on the college student experience. Dr. Kruger has published and presented nationally on trends in higher education, student success, degree-completion strategies for low-income/first generation students, technology, and change management and leadership in higher education. He is the proud father of two children, one a college sophomore and the other a junior in high school.

Expert in Residence (EIR) - Thomas C. Segar, Ph.D.

Dr. Tom Segar serves as the Vice President for Student Affairs at Shepherd University, a public liberal arts institution located 75 miles from Washington, D.C. and Baltimore.  He oversees 27 departments and functions including the dean of students office, residence life, dining services, conference services, the Student Center, student activities, leadership programs, the health center, counseling services, disability support services, community services and service-learning, student engagement, student success, multicultural student affairs, veterans support services, fraternity and sorority life, international student services, student conduct, and new student programs.  

Dr. Segar has been an independent consultant to colleges, public school systems, and other educational organizations for over 15 years.  He speaks, writes, and researches on administrative leadership, student leadership development, diversity, and social justice topics, and has created and evaluated educational programs for colleges and universities.  He has delivered over 200 keynote addresses, invited talks, and presentations at over 60 institutions and organizations throughout the United States.  He has presented over 30 refereed national and regional conference presentations.

Dr. Segar teaches in the Shepherd University College Student Development and Administration graduate program as an Affiliate Graduate Professor.  He teaches courses on the higher education student, law and governance in higher education, student leadership development, and management and leadership in student affairs.  He has previously held positions as a college administrator in the areas of residence life, multicultural student affairs, and disability support services.

Dr. Segar is a past Doctoral Fellow and Research Assistant in the Department of Counseling and Personnel Services at the University of Maryland.  He has co-taught undergraduate and graduate courses in intergroup dialogue and multicultural practice at the University of Maryland, and is a former adjunct faculty member in the Department of Counseling and Student Personnel at Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania.  He served as a co-principal investigator for a study on the state of Maryland’s mandatory high school service learning requirement.  He is a past project manager for the Multi-Institutional Study of Leadership sponsored in part by the National Clearinghouse for Leadership Programs.  He is as a co-Lead Facilitator for the LeaderShape Institute, and an alumnus of the Social Justice Training Institute.

Dr. Segar earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with a Certificate in African American Studies from the University of Maryland, and his Master of Science degree in Counseling with a Specialization in College Student Personnel from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania.  He earned his Doctor of Philosophy degree from the College Student Personnel Administration Program at the University of Maryland.  His concentration was teaching and social justice in higher education.  His dissertation, a national study including over 94,000 participants, explored the relationship between socio-cultural issues discussions and social change behaviors among undergraduate students.  

Expert in Residence (EIR) - Peter Galloway

Peter Galloway is currently the Assistant Dean of Students/Director of Housing and Dining Administration at West Chester University of PA.  In this role, he has direct responsibility for housing and dining management, as well as oversight for major capital projects for the Division of Student Affairs.  Until recently, he was the Interim Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs, having direct responsibility for Housing and Dining Services, in addition to supervising the directors of Residence Life, New Student Programs, Campus Recreation, Fraternity & Sorority Life, and Student Leadership & Involvement.  Over an almost 30 year career at WCU, Pete has had increasingly responsible positions, starting as the Assistant Director of Housing, and serving most recently as the Assistant Dean for Student Involvement/Director of Housing Services prior to his interim role.

Throughout his career, Pete has worked with day to day facilities related matters, including custodial, maintenance, security and safety, and technology.  He has also worked on new construction projects for Housing and Campus Recreation, as well as major renovation projects for Housing and Dining.  Earlier in his career, he directly managed occupancy, housing assignments and summer conference programs.  He also has had budget development and management experience in a number of areas.

Prior to WCU, Pete worked for two years at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, where he served as Area Coordinator and Business Manager.

He has been active professionally, holding a number of positions within the Mid-Atlantic Association of College and University Housing Officers (MACUHO), including serving in the Presidential cycle, Secretary and Host Committee Co-Chair.  He has also served on the Executive Board of the Association of College and University Housing Officers – International (ACUHO-I) in the roles of Eastern District Representative, Business Practices and Enhancements Director, and Finance and Corporate Records Officer.

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