Stacey Riemer, PhD
Stacey Riemer is Associate Dean of Students & Director of the Center for Civic Engagement at Davidson,
where she provides campus and community-wide direction and supervision for major programs and activities in the areas of civic engagement and leadership, including the coordination of community partnerships, support to faculty in the area of community-based pedagogy, and oversight for major programs. She has over 25 years of experience in student and academic affairs as a practitioner and faculty member. Throughout her career, she has worked to develop student learning and leadership through various functional areas including community-based learning, civic engagement, leadership development, student activities, and union management. Immediately prior to coming to Davidson, she served as a lecturer in the Higher Education graduate program at Syracuse University where was involved with the development of innovative curricula around learning communities, community-based learning and critical reflection. In addition, she was involved with a multi-institutional research project that aimed to understand the experiences of under resourced college students involved in curricular learning communities. She received her BS in management from St. John Fisher College, MS in education from the University of Rochester, and PhD in higher education from Syracuse University.