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Assistant Director, Academic Success, Sabrina Wilhelm

Name: Sabrina Wilhelm

Degrees:
Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy with a law and society emphasis Minor in Psychology, Cal Poly, Pomona University.

Master in Science in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, California State University, San Bernardino.

Master in Science in Educational Counseling and Pupil Personnel Services Credential at University of La Verne.

Office:
Academic Success and Disability Services - Student Development Center, 1st Floor Armacost Library

Phone:
909-748-8069

Email:
sabrina_wilhelm@redlands.edu

Areas of Expertise:
Academic/Career Counseling

Creating Self-Awareness/Empowerment Activities

Faculty Development

Counseling At-Risk, Probation Students

Professional Background:
Currently, Sabrina is the Assistant Director of Academic Success at the University of Redlands, where she assists students with Academic Counseling and also teaches a College Success Strategies course.  Sabrina is also an Adjunct Professor at Chaffey College where she teaches Guidance courses and also assists students with Academic/Career Planning.  Previously, Sabrina worked with two student intervention academic support programs, Early Alert and Opening Doorts to Excellence at Chaffey College.  She also contributed to faculty development when presenting on trainings and workshops on various topics including time management, goal setting, hope and growth mindset, work/life balance and most recently concluded her role on a preselected faculty research team on how to improve college students math perceptions.  She takes great satisfaction when students achieve their academic, career and personal/social goals.

Courses Offered at Redlands:
SSRV 154: College Success Strategies

Professional Memberships:
American School Counselors Association (ASCA)
California Association School Counselors (CASC) 
Alpha Chi Member


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