Krista Maddox, EdD

Krista Maddox Krista Maddox is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati with a background in education, management, and marketing. As part of her role as Assistant Dean, she is responsible for the operations of the Student Affairs department. She is focused on constantly improving organizational processes to keep the College of Nursing at the forefront of the latest technology, and oversees all program development within the college.

Research Support

1998 Strategic Enrollment Management Grant for development and teaching of Freshman Seminar course $1,000

1999 Strategic Enrollment Management Grant for the Collaboration to Orient Under-represented student populations to Careers in Health (C.O.U.C.H.) $1,000

2000 Success Challenge Grant for enhancement to Freshman Seminar course $6,500

2003 University of Cincinnati Alumni Association Affinity Fund Grant for Nurses Week activities and Senior Pinning Ceremony $6,000

2007 University of Cincinnati Alumni Association Affinity Fund Grant for Nurses Week activities $3,500

Invited Presentations

1998 Advising Freshman, the Neediest Student of All. National Academic Advising Association National Conference ,San Diego, CA.

2002 Honest! It was this big! Advisors Fishing for Excellence. Regional V National Academic Advising Association ,Indianapolis, IN.

2002 Honest! It was this big! Advisors Fishing for Excellence. Annual National Conference for the National Academic Advising Association ,Salt Lake City, UT.

Positions and Work Experience

1992 to 1995 Credit Analysis Input credit applications for all Federated department stores, approved or declined credit accounts, trained new associates Financial and Credit Service Mason, OH

1995 to 1996 Office Manager Managed all office tasks such as order input, customer service, accounts receivable, accounts payable, collections, and revenue tracking, performed all payroll and human resource functions, compiled and distributed daily, weekly, and monthly business reports, and managed ten office staff members TruGreen*Chemlawn Cincinnati, OH

1996 to 2004 Director of Student Affairs Responsible for developing and running an entire academic unit including duties of academic advising of approximately four hundred undergraduate students in the areas of academics and career counseling, recruitment of students for all twelve programs in the College, registration and admission of all undergraduate and graduate students in the College including assessment of current practices, maintaining undergraduate student files, maintaining college files, serving as liaison among programs in the College, developing and revising the College student handbook, developing and teaching a Freshman Seminar Course, enforcing academic progression, monitoring enrollment management including assessment of enrollment trends, developing a training program for new academic advisors, training academic advisors, planning the College graduation ceremony, certifying students graduating from the College, planning, implementing and presenting at Freshman Orientation for the College, participating in grant writing efforts for College programs, and serving on various College committees including Academic Policies Committee, Graduation Planning Committee, Academic Advisor Search Committee, Marketing/Minority Recruitment Committee, North Central Accreditation Committee, College Bulletin Committee, UCMC Tracking Under-represented Students Task Force, and Omicron Nu Honor Society Advisory Committee University of Cincinnati, College of Allied Health Sciences Cincinnati, OH

2004 to Present Assistant Dean for Student and Alumni Affairs Departmental Management: Responsible for the operations of the Student Affairs department in the UC, College of Nursing; supervise five professional staff members, one clerical staff member and student assistants; develop the staff in the UC, College of Nursing Office of Student Affairs; identify needs of the department to stay current with technology trends for record keeping communication, and service providing; consistently examine the departmental structure and its resources to ensure efficient use of College resources; maintain departmental budget. Alumni Affairs Development: Develop relationships and establish contacts with alumni, coordinate alumni events and programs, oversee alumni affairs budget, develop marketing strategies to alumni. Program Development: oversee all programs for new students entering the UC, College of Nursing as well as programming for current students in the UC, College of Nursing; identify needs, generate ideas with the appropriate professional staff members and assist in carrying out of the program by the appropriate professional staff member; identify student needs in curricular programs and participate in appropriate councils in the College for progressive development of academic programs in the College of Nursing; identify and coordinating efforts to improve student services to prospective and current students of the UC, College of Nursing. College & University Administration: serve on university-level committees to ensure that the College of Nursing and its students are in compliance with University ideals and processes; collaboratively administer innovative program offerings with external agencies through advocacy for students in those programs and the identification and facilitation of services to those students and the external agencies; serve as an advocate for students while maintaining a clear understanding of the College’s operations; maintain enrollment records for the College of Nursing including quarterly student profiles and annual comparison reports. University of Cincinnati, College of Nursing Cincinnati, OH

Education

Institution: University of Cincinnati College of Business Administration Cincinnati, OH, Bachelor of Business Administration, 1994, Management and Marketing

Institution: University of Cincinnati College of Education Cincinnati, OH, Master of Education, 2001, Curriculum & Instruction

Institution: University of Cincinnati College of Education Cincinnati, OH, Educational Doctorate, 2009, Curriculum & Instruction

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  • Janis Chrissikos said:

    I am looking into a few nurse midwifery programs. A very important consideration for me is clinical site availability. How do you assist students in finding a clinical site? For example, do you have lists for regions of clinical sites that have been used by previous students? What are the requirements to qualify as a clinical site and as a preceptor?

    • Veronica Olivo said:

      Hi Janis,
      Thank you for your question. The program is set up for students to choose their site according to the qualifications and credentials set by the University. The clinical site coordinators can provide a list of sites previously used however that does not guarantee that a site will accept students. Please click here to view Volunteer Clinical Faculty (preceptor) information per specialty. You may also contact an Enrollment Advisor at 866-225-6764 or info@nursingonline.uc.edu.
      Veronica

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