Kristi graduated from Kent State University with her M.Ed. in Higher Education Administration in 2018 and her B.A. in Psychology in 2016. While pursuing her graduate degree, Kristi interned with the Office of Career and Academic Development at Hiram College, and has two years of experience advising students as a graduate assistant at Kent State University.
- M.Ed., Higher Education Administration, Kent State University
- B.A., Psychology, Kent State University
- Alexander, A., & Kamis, K. (2019, March). Fantasy vs reality: Five simple ways to help liberal arts students formulate a future. Academic Advising Today, 42(1). Retrieved from https://www.nacada.ksu.edu/Resources/Academic-Advising-Today/View-Articles/Fantasy-vs-Reality-Five-Simple-Ways-to-Help-Liberal-Arts-Students-Formulate-a-Future.aspx
- Kamis, K. & Iverson, S.V. (2017). Powerful or playful? A case study of “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes”. In S.C Wooten & R.W. Mitchell (Eds.), Preventing sexual violence: Challenging traditional approaches through program innovation (pp. 86-103). New York: Routledge
- Kristi presented a session entitled “Fantasy vs Reality: 5 Simple Ways to Help Liberal Arts Students Formulate a Future” at the 2018 NACADA Annual and Region 5 Conferences and 2018 Northeast Ohio Academic Advising Conference (NEOAAC).
- Kristi also loves attending live sporting events.