Contact the Staff
Phone (812) 855-7313
Charles R. Frederick Jr, PhD
Chip has been the Director of the Student Academic Center since 2004. He attended Goshen College as an undergraduate and has a PhD in Folklore from Indiana University. Along with being the director of the Student Academic Center, Chip coordinates EDUC-X152-Introduction to the University, EDUC-X152-Learning Strategies for the New College Student and EDUC-X153-Critical Reasoning for the New College Student.
Outreach Programs and Services
Sharon Chertkoff, PhD
Sharon has been with the Student Academic Center as the Basic Skills and Outreach Coordinator for approximately the last 24 years. Sharon’s formal education/training is in the discipline of psychology—having earned a PhD. from the University of Iowa in Clinical Psychology. Sharon also coordinates EDUC-X101 linked to M118, EDUC-X101 linked to BUS-X100-Learning Strategies for Business, EDUC-X101 linked to D116-Learning Strategies for Math, EDUC-X152 linked to Accounting A100 and EDUC-X156 College and Lifelong Learning.
Retention Programs and Services
Molly Ann Burke, PhD
Molly has been working at the Student Academic Center for five years as Retention Coordinator. Molly got her PhD in Comparative Literature from Rutgers and taught in the English Department at Tulane. She coordinates EDUC-X158-Culture of College and teaches EDUC-L490 – Research in Language Education.
Anthony Guest-Scott, PhD
Anthony started working at the Student Academic Center in the Summer of 2012 as Academic Coordinator. Anthony earned a Bachelor of Music in Composition from Virginia Commonwealth University and an M.A. and Ph.D. in Folklore and Ethnomusicology with a minor in Anthropology here at Indiana University. Anthony coordinates EDUC-X150-Managing Resources for Learning and EDUC-X152–The Right Start. He is also coordinating the transition of our workshop series to a podcast format, which will go online in the fall of 2013.
Kelly has been working at the Student Academic Center for 2 years as Office Manager. Kelly attended Indiana University and received her Real Estate Appraiser License through the Appraisal Institute.
Office Services Assistant
Meg has been working at the Student Academic Center since the Summer of 2013. She is an Office Services Assistant and is working on a degree in Human Development and Family Studies; she plans on continuing her education after IU in social work.