Brian Kirkmeyer and Norm Krumpe recognized for excellence in academic advising

By Sophie Tran, university news and communications intern

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Brian Kirkmeyer

Brian Kirkmeyer, the Karen Buchwald Wright (KBW) senior assistant dean for student success in the College of Engineering and Computing (CEC), and Norm Krumpe, senior lecturer and chief departmental adviser of computer science and software engineering, are the two recipients of the 2017 Provost’s Excellence in Academic Advising Award

The award recognizes those who spend a significant portion of their time providing exemplary direct delivery of academic advising services to undergraduate students and have exhibited exceptional leadership in advancing academic advising at Miami.

Kirkmeyer and Krumpe were recognized at a reception on April 26. Also recognized were nine faculty and staff who achieved Master Advisor Certification:

  • Emily Akil, academic adviser, Farmer School of Business.
  • Beth Dietz, professor of psychology and social behavioral sciences, Middletown campus.
  • Laurel Gilbert, academic adviser for regional student services, Middletown campus.norm-krumpe

    Norm Krumpe

  • Natalie Meyer, academic adviser, Farmer School of Business.
  • Meghan Morris, academic adviser, Farmer School of Business.
  • Caryn Neumann, senior lecturer of interdisciplinary and communication studies, Middletown campus.
  • Marcia Smith, academic adviser, Farmer School of Business.
  • Leland Spencer, assistant professor and chief departmental adviser of interdisciplinary and communication studies, Hamilton campus.
  • Chanelle White, assistant director of academic advising, Farmer School of Business.

More than 90 faculty and staff who reached Level A and Level B advising status were also recognized.