Email Address: jennifer.whisenhunt
What majors fall within your focus area?
|Family Consumer Sciences||Communication Science Disorders|
|Health Systems Management||Health Education & Promotion|
|Nutrition Education & Promotion||Nursing|
|Social Work||Sport Management|
Tell us about your education and where you graduated.
BA in Communication; MA in Organizational Communication; MEd in Counselor Education
What are your hobbies?
Repurposing projects, writing, petting zoos, shopping, eating out with my favorite person (my husband)
What advice would you give students who are struggling academically?
Struggle usually comes with feelings of discomfort, anxiety, or fear. These uncomfortable
feelings have a bad reputation, but they are actually helpful, built-in cues to alert
us that something needs to change. Experiencing struggle is really just recognizing
that what we've always done (or not done) is no longer serving us. It's our signal
to develop skills to jump a little higher, push a little further, ask for help, or
discover a completely different method or path.
EXPECT struggle in college - academically, personally, socially.... Those are the very places where you can start seeing yourself become the person you envisioned when you signed up.
What do you love about Southeastern?
I love the cozy family feel of Southeastern. I can't walk anywhere on campus without seeing familiar faces.
What's a fun fact about yourself?
I've been an extra in several movies.