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Our team of librarians, tutors, and academic professionals provide exceptional support in research, tutoring, and academic enrichment for our Blue Devil family. Our mission is to design academic programming and learning environments that cultivate a community of engaged learners. We enrich the academic community by providing exceptional resources and services.
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The Learning Commons is a shared space where students are able to access and utilize technology, tutoring, and collaboration areas. Study rooms, computers, academic resources, and professional employees are available to support the KCKCC academic community. The Dean of Academic Support & Assessment, Office of Assessment, Learning Services, KCKCC Library, and Online Education Services are all housed in the Learning Commons.
Cecelia Brewer joined KCKCC as Dean of Academic Support and Assessment in fall 2018. This division contains: the Center for Teaching Excellence, the Office of Assessment, Honors and Phi Theta Kappa, Learning Commons, and Online Education Services. Prior to her arrival at KCKCC, she worked for over 20 years in higher education as an administrator and faculty member; consistently devoting her energy to the success of all students.
Dr. Williams possesses over 20 years’ experience in higher education. She holds a Ph.D. in Human Capital Management from Bellevue University, Master’s in Counseling and Guidance from the University of Missouri-Kansas City, and a Bachelor’s degree from Pittsburg State University. She currently provides leadership for Learning Services and the KCKCC Library. Her areas of expertise are academic support, co-curricular assessment, employee engagement, performance management, project management, and student retention. Dr. Williams is also a proud member of the Blue Devil teaching faculty. She has been an Adjunct Professor since 2009 and enjoys teaching courses in Psychology and the Honor’s Education program.
Over the last decade, Dr. Cynthia Goudeau has served as an assessment expert, researcher, and instructor in higher education. As the KCKCC Director of Assessment, she is responsible for coordinating the student learning assessment efforts of faculty and staff. She oversees training, support, and reporting related to assessment activities across campus.
Prior to joining the KCKCC staff, Dr. Goudeau served as the Assessment Specialist for both the Division of Undergraduate Studies and the Division of Student Affairs at the University of Kansas. In this role, she managed the development and implementation of comprehensive plans for academic and co-curricular assessment.
Dr. Goudeau holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Human Sciences from Oklahoma State University, a Master of Science in Merchandising from the University of North Texas, and a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Langston University.