About Allison Ewing-Cooper
As the Assistant Director of Academic Advising for the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences (SBS), Allison works for all 29 majors and 20 advisors in SBS. She has worked at the U of A since 2004, first as a graduate assistant, and then as a program coordinator, advisor, and assistant professor of practice before her current job. She also teaches for the Communication department and loves working with students.
Areas of Study
University student success, Academic advising practices
Ewing-Cooper, A., & Merrifield, K.A. (2018). Advisors’ perceptions, attitudes, and suggestions for working with parents. Academic Advising Today.
Ewing-Cooper, A., & Parker, M.V. (2013). Student perceptions of preparedness for academic success: The implementation of an advisor taught orientation course in Family and Consumer Sciences. North American College and Teachers of Agriculture Journal.
PhD, Family Studies and Human Development, University of Arizona, 2009
MS, Family Studies and Human Development, University of Arizona, 2006
BA, Human Development, California State University, Long Beach, 2004
- COMM 113: Small Group Communication
- COMM 407: Family Communication
- COMM 401: Life-Span Communication