Associate Dean, Endicott Center for Teaching and Learning
Endicott College Endicott Center for Teaching and Learning
Library , 213
Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Dr. Brittany Potter is a double gull with a passion for student identity development in and out of the classroom. As the leader of Academic Success, and the supervisor of the Tutoring & Writing Center, and the Advising Services Center, she believes that every student deserves distinct mentors and dedicated support staff during their higher education experience. Her areas of interest include advising theories, leadership theories, student development theories, and Intergroup Dialogue.
University of New England
Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)
Master of Business Administration
Bachelor of Science in Communication
OM520: Talent Management
- Doctoral Dissertation: Professional Advisor Practices for Student Identity Development
- CRLA Conference 2021: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statements for Tutoring & Writing Centers
- CRLA Conference 2021: Chickering`s (1969) Student Identity Theory: Tutoring Like an Advisor
- NODA Conference 2021: Student Identity Advising: Retaining COVID-19 Students