Implementation & Adoption

A member of our Campus Success team will come to you to deliver a custom training agenda to meet your implementation and adoption goals, such as:

  • Enhancing adoption & expanding usage: Gather key stakeholders across campus to reflect and plan for optimization of your tool
  • Staying up-to-date on best practices: Hear about how other campuses have used the platform and overcome hurdles to success
  • Receiving hands on assistance: Use facetime to get one-on-one training and personal assistance with customization and usage of your platform
  • Conducting end-user training: Launch your Campus Labs product to end-users with an expert leading the way

Customized Resource Creation

Let us do the work to create custom resources to support your end-users, including user guides and video tutorials.

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We offer a wide range of consulting capabilities to support your institution and a flexible package of professional services to accelerate the implementation and adoption of Campus Labs solutions.

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Lindsey Carter

Lindsey joined the Dallas team in 2014 from Wofford College in Spartanburg, SC, where she served as a resident director and coordinator of Greek life for four years. While at Wofford, Lindsey gained experience in many different areas of student life: first-year programming, judicial affairs, residence life, and fraternity and sorority life. Prior to her time at Wofford College, Lindsey served as a residence life intern at Furman University. She received her master’s degree in higher education administration from Columbia College and her bachelor's degree in French from Furman University.

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Katie Grennell, PhD

Shortly before beginning with Campus Labs in December 2016, Katie completed her PhD in American studies from the University at Buffalo. Katie was awarded a teaching assistantship, dissertation fellowship, and outstanding teaching award during her time as a graduate student at the University at Buffalo. While pursuing her PhD, Katie worked as an adjunct in the disciplines of history and American studies, accruing almost ten years of experience. She has taught a wide variety of undergraduate courses for Buffalo State College, Hilbert College, Southern New Hampshire University, SUNY Fredonia, and University at Buffalo, where she has earned a strong reputation for her enthusiasm, teaching capabilities and leadership. Additionally, Katie holds a master’s degree in history from Buffalo State College and a bachelor’s degree in history from SUNY Fredonia. She utilizes her knowledge and experience in academia within the Campus Labs platform to both improve the world of higher education and the academic environment of individual campuses.

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Moira Phippen

Moira joined the Campus Labs team after serving as the assistant director of leadership and social justice at Loyola University New Orleans, where she wrote curriculum for and launched a range of programs offered through the student activities office and in partnership with other offices such as residence life, career services, and university counseling. Moira obtained her MEd in higher education at Loyola University Chicago, focusing on assessment, programming, student retention, and socially responsible leadership development. While completing her BA in economics at DePaul University, Moira also supported the development of NASPA consortium briefs, new resident advisor rubrics, campus climate benchmarking, and more.

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Megan Segoshi, PhD

Megan joined Campus Labs in 2017 after spending three years pursuing her PhD in higher education at Loyola University Chicago. Her dissertation research explored how the life experiences and stories of Asian Americans have influenced their decisions to engage in antiracist work. While at Loyola, she also taught Introduction to Leadership Studies for undergraduate students, served as a teaching assistant for master’s and doctoral students, and gained valuable experience as an undergraduate admissions reader. Prior to being a doctoral student, Megan worked in multicultural affairs at The University of Georgia, where she advised a number of identity-based student organizations. She also holds a Master’s of Social Work from The University of Georgia, focusing on community empowerment and program development, and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from The University of Massachusetts Amherst. Her passions and interests include advocating for social justice in higher education, equitable admissions policies and practices, and race and equity in higher education.

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Kyle Shanks

Kyle Shanks is an adoption consultant at Campus Labs. Before moving to Buffalo and joining the Campus Labs team, Kyle was a research associate at the Center for Assessment and Improvement of Learning (CAIL) at Tennessee Tech University. In his role as a research associate, Kyle worked extensively on the development, validation, and refinement of the Critical Thinking Assessment Test (CAT) and advised various higher learning institutions on a wide range of assessment projects including quality enhancement plans, course evaluations, and program assessment and evaluation. Additionally, he led faculty development initiatives and assisted faculty in the creation of discipline-specific critical thinking assessments. He graduated from Tennessee Tech with a bachelor’s in chemistry and a master’s in curriculum and instruction and is currently a PhD candidate in program planning and evaluation. His dissertation is focused on the application of machine learning to the scoring of short-answer essay responses on the CAT.

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Hope Supernault

Hope is a Buffalo native who returned to her roots after valuable experience in the Office of Student Engagement at Loyola University Maryland. There, she employed her leadership skills and expertise to facilitate cross-divisional collaboration in the development of theory-based practices integrating current campus initiatives, resources, institutional mission and values. She also supported the creation and implementation of comprehensive evaluation processes and program assessments to strengthen practice and student success. Hope has taught multiple curricular and co-curricular courses and facilitated living and learning communities at both Loyola and the University at Buffalo. Hope earned her master’s degree in higher education administration and student affairs from the University at Buffalo and completed her undergraduate work at Marietta College in organizational communications and public relations with a minor in leadership studies. Hope is passionate about supporting innovative and strategic thinking and dedicated to making efficient, effective, and accessible work practice centered around learning and personal growth. Her skills are highlighted in coordinating, planning processes, workshops, and presentations.

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Rohan Thakkar

Rohan came to Campus Labs after working in a variety of experiences in student affairs since 2007. Most recently he served as an area coordinator at the University of South Carolina where he supervised three learning communities and co-chaired the department assessment committee. He received his undergraduate degree in communication, cultural anthropology, and psychology from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ where he developed their ePortfolio program for the Office of Academic Engagement and Programming. Following his graduation, Rohan worked as an assistant residence director with the Office of Instructional Support-Summer Bridge to Success program which focused on the retention of S.T.E.M students. In 2011, Rohan joined the Department of Housing and Residence Life’s professional staff at Seton Hall University in South Orange, NJ where he received his Master of Arts degree in higher education and student affairs, with a concentration of college student personnel affairs. During his time at Seton Hall, Rohan spent a summer working with Northwestern University’s Center for Talent and Development in Evanston, IL as an assistant residence coordinator where he developed academic-based programming for gifted high school students.