2016 News Releases
Krauth to lead Student Engagement at Texas Woman’s
Stephanie Krauth, Ph.D. new associate vice president for student engagement.
As Texas Woman’s University’s new associate vice president for student engagement, Stephanie Krauth, Ph.D., brings a wealth of leadership experience in effective collaboration and integration of student affairs programs and services.
“With her leadership background and familiarity with all facets of student life, I know Stephanie will be a strong asset to our university,” to Monica Mendez-Grant, Ph.D, vice president of student life said. “She brings a strong focus on strategic guidance and support, which is especially beneficial as our organization develops dynamic, holistic programs to meet the needs of our students.”
In her previous role as vice president for student affairs at Westminster College, Krauth served as the student retention coordinator and acted as the primary clearinghouse for students in difficulty.
“I look forward to collaborating across Texas Woman’s as we explore new ways to help students succeed” Krauth said. “I am committed to building upon TWU’s existing strengths, supporting innovation and creativity, and focusing on the development of an engaging student experience with the same enthusiasm and passion I see displayed by every member of the university community.”
Krauth received her bachelor’s in arts, history and interdisciplinary social studies from Simpson College, master’s in history from Truman State University and doctorate in educational and leadership policy studies from Iowa State University.