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Meet the Advisors of the College of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

Mark Gray
 Mark Gray

Name: Mark Gray
Position
: Student Success Coordinator
College: College of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics
Education: Bachelor of Arts in Business Education from University of Kentucky, Bachelor of Science in Agronomy from University of Kentucky, Master of Art in Business Education from Eastern Kentucky University, and Post-Master's in School Administration from Western Kentucky University.
Location: McReynolds 105
Phone: (931) 221-7142
E-mail: graym@apsu.edu
Majors Advised: Computer Science, Engineering Technology, Mathematics, and Radiological Sciences.

Mark Gray has over 30 years of experience in the field of education. Mark has worked at APSU for the last 12 years helping academically at-risk students succeed. First, with the TRIO Student Support Services program and now with the Center for Teaching and Learning, Mark has worked as an advisor and student success coordinator while at Austin Peay. Mark was also a teacher for ten years on the high school level, an adjunct instructor for four years on the community college level, and served as an Associate Professor for five years at Vincennes University. In addition, Mark’s career has included working for eight years with the U.S. Department of Agriculture as a soil scientist and conservationist.


 

 

Savannah Vezeau
Savannah Vezeau

Name: Savannah Vezeau
Position
: Student Success Professional
College: College of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics
Education:  Bachelor of Science in Biology from Austin Peay State University, Master of Science in Business Management
Location: Sundquist E111
Phone: (931) 221-6585
E-mail: vezeaus@apsu.edu
Majors Advised: Agriculture, 
Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, Geosciences, Medical Lab Sciences, Physics

Savannah joined the Student Success team in August of 2019 as an Academic Advisor for the College of STEM. She previously served as a Peer Leader and Peer Coach as an undergraduate student and later worked as a graduate teaching assistant for Dual Enrollment at Austin Peay. She earned her Master of Science in Business Management in 2020 and now serves as an adjunct instructor for PASS 0900, APSU 1000, LDSP 4518, and LDSP 4519.