Dr. Kevin Frazier serves as the Chief Student Affairs Officer on campus, and advises the President and Provost on all matters relating to student life and activities. He reports directly to the Provost, and is administratively responsible for Student Health and Campus Life, which encompasses the wellness center, student housing, and student diversity.
In addition, Dr. Frazier is responsible for student rules and regulations outside the classroom, personal counseling and advisement, student activities, student growth and development outside the classroom, and other student services as the need arises.
He serves in an advisory capacity to the Student Government Association, and performs other duties as assigned by the Provost and President.
The GHSU Student Leadership Institute (GHSU-SLI) is designed to provide health professional students with the opportunity to learn about effective leadership practices and interact with leaders and other students from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines in order to gain insights about several important healthcare and societal topics and issues. The GHSU-SLI is a six session program (2 weeks between sessions) directed by Dr Kevin Frazier, VP for Student Services and Development, that includes classroom seminars, independently scheduled group work, a personal interview with a health profession-related leader, and a final reflective paper. The group work (with students from each school represented) culminates in a school or community improvement project presentation to the rest of the class.
Anil Bhatta , Kathleen Buckley, Lacey Campbell, Anna Carter, Caitlin Chamblee, Eric Cicchino, Beth Cutshall, Bhavna Desai, Joanna Erion, Megan Furno, R.Nicole Howie, Daniel Johnson, Saera Kim, Rebekah Ladd, Marissa Ludley, Whitney Lyons, Cam McCarthy, Brett Page, Heather Pretzello, Jessica Rooke, Bekah Shaw, Tiffany Sheu, Margaret Summers, Stefanie Talbott, Christina Torres, Songkhla Venza, Kan Hui Yiew
“ Profession: An occupation whose core element is work based upon the mastery of a complex body of knowledge and skills. It is a vocation in which knowledge of some department of science or learning or the practice of an art founded upon it is used in the service of others. Its members are governed by codes of ethics and profess a commitment to competence, integrity and morality, altruism, and the promotion of the public good within their domain. These commitments form the basis of a social contract between a profession and society, which in return grants the profession a monopoly over the use of its knowledge base, the right to considerable autonomy in practice and the privilege of selfregulation. Professions and their members are accountable to those served and to society."Cruess, S.R., Johnston, S. and Cruess, R.L. Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 2004: 16: 74-76