Suzanne Shelburne serves as a project associate with the Student Success Center. She supports the Strada Grant program by coordinating career development initiatives and experiential learning opportunities. She wants to support students in bridging the gap between college and career.
Suzanne has a bachelor’s degree in history and social science education from Emory & Henry College. She also has a master’s degree in history from Virginia Commonwealth University and a master’s degree in English from Radford University. Suzanne recently graduated from Virginia Tech with a doctorate in curriculum and instruction.
While pursuing her doctorate, Suzanne served as university supervisor for preservice teachers and taught courses in the School of Education. Previously, she worked as a high school social studies teacher and taught a variety of classes including World History, Women’s Studies, and World Mythology. She enjoys attending conferences and facilitating professional development.
In her free time, Suzanne enjoys reading mysteries, playing online trivia games, and binge-watching television shows. She has two dogs and would love to hear about your pets.