Our Staff

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Mark Stephens, Senior Associate Provost
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(931) 372-3224
Derryberry Hall (DBRY) 204

Dr. Stephens assists the Provost in accomplishing goals of the University's central academic division. He supervises Graduate Studies Administration and the operations of the International Education and Career Services Offices, along with the operation of the Appalachian Center for Craft. Dr. Stephens oversees the University's faculty development programs and Honors Program. 

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Dr. Alice Camuti, Associate Dean
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(931) 372-6006
Derryberry Hall (DBRY) 306

Providing strategic direction for the College of Graduate Studies is my primary mission. TTU has a tremendous graduate program with over 20 areas of study.  TTU challenges students through these programs and the results are career advancement for our graduates and the ability to make a difference in our world.  Our office takes pride in assisting students in making the transition from undergraduate to graduate student a smooth one and for being the support team to the graduate student as they progress through their program.  

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Kathy Reynolds, Administrative Associate 3
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(931) 372-3233
Derryberry Hall (DBRY) 306

 

 

Graduate Admissions

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Shelia Kendrick, Coordinator of Graduate Studies
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(931) 372-3808
Derryberry Hall (DBRY) 326

The Coordinator of Graduate Studies oversees the daily operations of the Office of Graduate Studies.  In addition she processes admissions for the following graduate programs:

  • College of Business 
  • College of Engineering
  • ALL INTERNATIONAL applications (regardless of major).
  • Nondegree in the Colleges of Business and Engineering

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Becky Stafford, Academic Support Associate
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(931) 372-3866
Derryberry Hall (DBRY) 326

The Academic Support Associate processes admissions for U.S. graduate students for the following graduate programs: 

  • Advanced Studies in Teaching and Learning (MEd)--RODP Program
  • Biology (MS)
  • Chemistry (MS)
  • Curriculum and Instruction (MA, EdS)
  • Educational Psychology and Counselor Education (MA, EdS)
  • English (MA)
  • Environmental Sciences (Ph.D.)
  • Exceptional Learning (PhD)
  • Exercise Science, Physical Education and Wellness (MA)
  • Instructional Leadership (MA, EdS)
  • Master of Professional Studies (MPS)--RODP Program
  • Mathematics (MS)
  • Non-degree
  • Nursing (MSN)--RODP Program

 

Graduate Studies

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J. Kim Kirby, Academic Support Associate
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(931) 372-6744
Derryberry Hall (DBRY) 306 Webpage

I am here to help enrolled graduate students successfully complete graduate studies and launch into new and exciting careers. We have many helpful tools (such as forms, dates and deadlines, thesis/dissertation guides, and the graduate catalog) available online but sometimes you may need a little more assistance. Please contact me and I will do all I am able to help you be successful. For a list of the majors I support, see below.

  • Business Administration (MBA)
  • Computer Science (MS)
  • Civil Engineering (MS)
  • Chemical Engineering (MS)
  • Electrical Engineering (MS)
  • Mechanical Engineering (MS)
  • Engineering (PhD)
  • All non-degree

 

 

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Andre Porter, Acacemic Support Associate 4
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(931) 372-3809
Derryberry Hall (DBRY) 306 Webpage

I administer the Diversity Fellowship and help enrolled graduate students successfully complete their studies and launch  new and exciting careers. We have many helpful tools (thesis/dissertation guides, the graduate catalog, forms, dates and deadlines) available online but sometimes you may need a little more assistance. Please contact me and I will do all I can to help you succeed.

I support the the following majors/concentrations in the College of Education and the College of Arts and Sciences.

•Advanced Studies in Teaching and Learning (MEd)--RODP Program  

•Biology (MS)  

•Chemistry (MS)  

•Curriculum and Instruction (MA, EdS)  

•Educational Psychology and Counselor Education (MA, EdS)  

•English (MA)

•Environmental Sciences (Ph.D.)  

•Exceptional Learning (PhD)  

•Exercise Science, Physical Education and Wellness (MA)  

•Instructional Leadership (MA, EdS)  

•Master of Professional Studies (MPS)--RODP Program  

•Mathematics (MS)

•Professional Science Masters (PSM)