Student development and engagement, collaborative relationships in and among universities
Todd Rose joined George Mason University in April 2010 as an associate dean in University Life. He provides leadership and supervision for the departments of Orientation and Family Programs and Services, the Office of Student Involvement, and the Office of Student Media. He serves as the University Life liaison with the Women and Gender Studies Center.
Dr. Rose has worked in higher education for over 20 years at a variety of institutions. His previous experiences were at Baldwin-Wallace College (OH), Emory University (GA), and Millsaps College (MS).
His primary research interests are the areas of student development and engagement, and collaborative relationships in and among universities.
He holds a BBA in Finance (with a minor in Economics) from Southern Methodist University, an MBA from Baldwin-Wallace College, and a PhD in Educational Leadership and Research from the University of Southern Mississippi.
Prior to his career in higher education, Todd worked in the commercial lending division of a bank in Nashville, TN.