Christine Salvesen

Associate Vice Provost, Student Success & Retention Innovation Executive Director, Strategy Team

Christine Salvesen

Associate Vice Provost, Student Success & Retention Innovation Executive Director, Strategy Team

Christine Salvesen is the Associate Vice Provost, Student Success & Retention Innovation at the University of Arizona, overseeing many campus-wide initiatives directed at supporting the retention and graduation of undergraduate students. Christine has worked at the University of Arizona for over 31 years in several capacities, primarily within Student Affairs. She has her B.S. in Psychology, M.A. in Educational Psychology, and a PhD in Higher Education, all from the University of Arizona. 


Kyte, S., Andrews, L., Ludwig, J., & Salvesen, C. (2021). “Data-Driven and Student-Centered: Strong Gains in First-Year Retention with the Introduction of a Warning Semester.” In S. Whalen & T. Bennett (Eds.), Proceedings of the 17th National Symposium on Student Retention. Virtual Conference. (pp. 104-117). The University of Oklahoma.

Salvesen, C., Ludwig, J., & Basij, S. (2021). “Trellis Progress: Providing Timely Academic Interventions During Unprecedented Times.” In S. Whalen & T. Bennett (Eds.), Proceedings of the 17th National Symposium on Student Retention, Virtual Conference. (pp. 258–272). The University of Oklahoma.

Demetriou, C., Miller, G., Mason, L. G., & Salvesen, C. (2019). A Model Program for the Success of College Students with Attention and Learning Disorders. Education Sciences & Society - Open Access10(1). 

Ludwig, J., Salvesen, C., & Demetriou, C. (2018). Stop, Collaborate, and Listen: Building an Institution-Wide Approach to Student Retention.” In S. Whalen & T. Bennett (Eds.), Proceedings of the 14th National Symposium on Student Retention. (pp. 603–608). The University of Oklahoma.

 

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