Associate Dean, Office of Undergraduate Studies
Dr. Lister earned her B.S. in Speech and Hearing Sciences and her Ph.D. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of South Alabama. She is a nationally certified Audiologist, licensed by the State of Florida. Dr. Lister's research experience spans aging, hearing, speed of processing, psychophysical methods, and electroencephalography. She developed the only clinical test of auditory speed of processing that is resistant to the effects of peripheral hearing loss and language background. She has published numerous studies over the past 20 years on age-related deterioration in hearing and auditory processing and has been funded by the National Institutes of Health, private foundations, and industries to document neurophysiological markers of age-related auditory processing decline. Dr. Lister is a tenured Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.
Sommer Mitchell, Ph.D.
Professional Development Specialist
Dr. Mitchell earned her Ph.D. in Government from USF in the School of Interdisciplinary Global Studies in the area of International Relations. Her research focuses on international security, legitimacy, and private military and security companies. She has more than ten years teaching experience and has taught Introduction to International Relations, Globalization, International Human Rights, and Conflict in the World. Dr. Mitchell also has experience in faculty development through her work at USF's Academy for Teaching and Learning Excellence. She enjoys guiding students on their path to global awareness.
Student Programs Coordinator
Jessica earned a B.A. in Communication at USF and holds a Master's degree in Higher Education from FSU. She has taught Academic Foundations and spent two years in career services as a graduate student. She studied for a semester at Middlesex University in London, England and has visited (and loved!) Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Montenegro, the Netherlands, Norway, and Spain. She serves as the Alumnae Relations Advisor to Chi Omega, has a puppy named Penny, and loves getting students excited to be USF Bulls!
Holly Swayne, Ph.D.
Professional Development Specialist
Holly holds an M.A. in Bioethics and Medical Humanities from the USF College of Medicine, and has completed her Ph.D. in USF's School of Interdisciplinary Global Studies, where she focused on the effects of high profile activism in global health. Holly has taught undergraduate courses in Biopolitics, Bioterrorism, Global Health Policy, and Comparative Politics, and has previous experience working with USF's Program in National and Competitive Intelligence. Holly is also active in the performing arts community, and has had experience both traveling and living abroad, specifically in Greece, Israel, France, and Italy. She is passionate about helping students become active global citizens.
Bruce holds an M.A. in Applied Linguistics, an M.S. in Educational Research Methodology, and is a doctoral candidate in the department of Educational Research Methodology at the University of North Carolina in Greensboro. Bruce has a great deal of international experience having lived 16 years abroad in Korea, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Thailand, The UK and Vietnam. Bruce has developed and managed assessments for Webster University Thailand and Qatar University.
Graduate Assistant (Global Citizen Award)
Waleska holds a B.S in Public Health from the USF College of Public Health and is currently a masters candidate in USF's College of Public Health. Her concentrations are Global Health Practice and Epidemiology with research interests in reproductive health. Waleska has studied abroad with USF's London and Paris program and was a recipient of the Genshaft/Greenbaum Passport scholarship from Education Abroad. She is very excited to help students become global citizens.
Graduate Assistant (Global Citizen Award)
Katlyn holds a B.S. in Environmental Science from the University of Arizona and is currently a masters candidate in USF’s Science Education program with a focus in Chemistry. Katlyn is a National Science Foundation Noyce Scholar and is hoping to promote global citizenry through teaching secondary science students and helping undergraduate students at USF through the Global Citizens Project! Katlyn is passionate about living and traveling abroad to places including Italy, Germany, Austria, Spain, Mallorca, England, and Ireland.
Perdita is majoring in Communication Sciences and Disorders with a minor in Applied Behavior Analysis. After graduate school, she plans to earn her Ph.D and become a speech language pathologist. She is currently pursuing the Global Citizens Award and hopes to one day begin her journey across the world.
Siobhan is currently majoring in Early Childhood Education and plans to get her Master’s before teaching kindergarten. She enjoys reading, going to the beach, French, and anything crafting related. Siobhan hopes to one day be able to travel all over the world and learn as many languages as she can. She’s also pursuing the Global Citizen Award.
Deeva is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies. She is graduating Spring of 2019 and plans to attend graduate school to receive a masters in International/Global Affairs. She has had the opportunity to travel to India, Kenya, England, Dubai and several other countries which have allowed her to become more globally aware.
Tyesha is pursuing her Bachelor's in Behavioral Healthcare and minoring in Applied Behavior Analysis. She plans to go into a graduate program for Clinical Psychology.
Brianna is a student in the Communications Sciences Disorders Interpreter Training Track program, serial Study Abroad participant, and first-generation resident of the American Sign Language Living Learning Community. Brianna is currently working with the Global Citizens Project as an undergraduate research assistant and as the GCP Student Association Secretary. Brianna demonstrates involvement in various student organizations such as ASL Bulls, encourages her peers to be engaged in activities, and is a proud USF Bull.
Rachel is majoring in Public Health with a minor in Biomedical Anthropology. She loves traveling, reading, and hiking. Rachel is a member of the Honors College and a Bulls Service Break Trip Developer. She enjoys meeting new people and can be found exploring the Tampa Bay area. Rachel has studied abroad in Peru where she learned about the effects of global warming on potato farming in the mountains. She has also been to Zambia and Dubai. Rachel is pursuing the Global Citizens Award and hopes to study abroad every year here at USF.
- Dr. Kara Fulton, Professional Development Specialist for the Global Citizens Project (2015-2018)
- Dr. Karla Davis-Salazar: Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies and Director of the Global Citizens Project (2011-2017)
- Dr. Nicole West: Assistant Director for the Global Citizens Project (2016-2017)
- Aleah Atatman: Student Assistant (2015-2018)
- Mecca Burris: Graduate Assistant for GCP Marketing (2016-2017)
- Madeline Heath: Graduate Assistant for the Global Citizen Award (2015-2017)
- Sasha Litt: Graduate Assistant for the Global Citizen Award (2016-2017)
- Kaniqua Robinson: Graduate Assistant for the Global Citizen Award (2016-2017)
- Omar Salaam: Graduate Assistant for the Global Citizens Living Learning Community (2015-2017)
- Flore Septimus: Graduate Assistant for the Global Citizen Award (2017-2018)
- Nadia Awaida-Nachabe: Graduate Assistant for the QEP and Global Citizen Award (2015-2017)
- Kali Morgan: Graduate Assistant for the Global Citizens LLC, Global Citizenship General Education Program, and Global Citizen Award (2013-2016)