Tony joined the LeBow College Undergraduate Advising staff in 2001. His experience has made him a specialist in advising students who major in Business and Engineering, a degree unique to LeBow College, and in Economics, a degree offering a wide array of options for LeBow students. Tony devotes his efforts to guiding Business and Engineering and Economics majors as they progress through their diverse and challenging curriculums. His work with LeBow College has included coordinating New Student Orientations, developing plans of study for all business degrees, serving on academic committees, and representing LeBow College at regional conferences of academic professionals. Tony is greatly honored to have advised many students towards accomplishing their goal of earning their bachelors degree.
Tony graduated from Villanova University with his bachelors degree and masters degree in political science, and he earned his certification to teach secondary social studies from Penn State University. Prior to becoming a college administrator, Tony taught social studies for several years with middle schools and high schools. His experience with the educational system at all levels gives Tony an extensive knowledge of the needs of students.
- Advise students majoring in Economics and Business and Engineering to insure they maintain their academic progress towards earning their bachelors degree
- Clear for graduation seniors majoring in Economics and Business and Engineering
- Advise freshmen learning communities for Economics and Business and Engineering majors
- Teach UNIV-B101/The Drexel Experience to Economics and Business and Engineering freshmen
- Advocate for students on issues pertaining to University policy and curriculum completion
- Liaison with the faculty of the School of Economics and Business and Engineering program to offer input on course offerings, curriculum options, and other student-related issues
- Serve on Economics Curriculum Committee and LeBow College Academic Programs Committee
- Present on LeBow undergraduate academic programs to potential students at Open Houses, in small group sessions, and to other interested stakeholders