Distance Learning Center welcomes new BSAD, ISCM advisor
Kendall Loggins is the newest member of the UW-Platteville Distance Learning Center advising team. Loggins will serve as an advisor and outreach specialist for the undergraduate Business Administration and graduate Integrated Supply Chain Management programs.
In her new role, Loggins will aid students in selecting courses, addressing any questions and concerns, and assisting with setting educational goals. At the same time, she is learning about her new employer and setting her own goals for success.
“One goal that I have set for myself for my first year with the division is to try and make a connection and build a relationship with as many of my students as possible,” Loggins said. “I enjoy getting to know my students not only through an academic standpoint, but I also like to get to know them a little bit more personally and learn about their interests and why they are earning their degree. I think that building a relationship with each student is extremely important and I hope to be able to build a relationship with all of my students.”
Loggins was inspired to pursue advising after interning with her own academic advisor while pursuing a bachelor’s degree in sport administration at the University of Cincinnati. Loggins went on to become an advisor and coach at the University of Dubuque (Iowa), where she gained experience communicating with students at a distance through email, phone, and the learning management system Moodle.
“I feel confident when it comes to learning online and using online systems so I know that with my experience and confidence, I can help my students find success and lead them in the right direction,” Loggins said. “The thing I enjoy the most about working with students is simply being able to help them on a regular basis and watching them progress each semester. I truly enjoy helping people and I’m very excited to be able to help students in the BSAD and ISCM programs.”
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