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Monday, March 14, 2016

Seven Things You Didn't Know About Dr. Lisa McCully

7 Things You Didn't Know About Dr. Lisa McCully

1. Lisa admits to being addicted to phone apps.
Using her phone she can remotely control her crock pot and has photographed and organized her entire wardrobe.
2. Lisa has worn red and black every Friday since she started working at SDSU in 1988.

3. Lisa and her friends, all under the age of 50 at the time, joined a senior citizen community band to learn how to play new instruments.
They were the young rebel-rousing troublemakers in class but she learned how to play the clarinet.
4. Lisa is anti-kale and anti-quinoa.
She truly believes that the only place for kale is to divide the sections of the meat display at the deli.
5. Lisa is a 3-time graduate from the SDSU College of Education.
Earned her Bachelors in Vocational Education, Masters in Postsecondary Educational Leadership/Student Affairs and Ed.D. in Postsecondary Educational Leadership.
6. Lisa is a big fan of college campuses.
She stops to check out college campuses on all of her vacation and conference destinations.
7. Lisa has worked at SDSU since 1988 and has been with the College of Education since 1998.
In 2008 she started in her current role as Manager of the Office of Student Services.
How Lisa is making a difference in the College of Education:
It is my hope that I’m making a difference by enabling and inspiring students and those who I work with to be successful in their own efforts to make a difference. Sometimes that means branding, marketing and promoting our great programs, sometimes it means informing students about their academic pathways, sometimes it means creating a comfortable place in our office where students can decompress, and sometimes it means helping students get their cap and gown on straight at commencement. One year to the next there are always new projects and initiatives that keep things changing. It’s fun, it’s challenging and it’s rewarding.