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Andrew Toczydlowski

Director Student Development and Services Department of Management

Andrew currently works with students in Kogod to implement co-curricular programming. In addition to advising business student organizations, Andrew facilitates orientation programming, commencement logistics, and student involvement in Kogod, local, national and international case competition and other opportunities. Before starting in the Kogod School of Business, Andrew was the Coordinator of Governance and Leadership in the University Center & Student Activities. He worked with a variety of student organizations including undergraduate Student Government, the Graduate Leadership Council, and the AU Club Council. Andrew is originally from Central/Upstate New York and has lived in the DC area since 2008.

Degrees

Bachelor of Science in Education, Adolescent Education and French, SUNY Oneonta; Master of Arts in Education, Higher Education and Student Affairs, University of Connecticut

Office
KSB - Kogod School of Business
Kogod - 1A
Contact Info
(202) 885-1982 (Office)

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For the Media
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Partnerships & Affiliations

Teaching

  • Spring 2018

    • KSB-252 Washington Initiative: Community Tax Aid
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    • KSB-252 Washington Initiative: Community Tax Aid
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Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities

Research Interests

       
  • Alcohol & other drug education, prevention and intervention
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  • On-campus Greek living communities
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  • The intersection of LGBT identity and involvement in fraternities/sororities
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  • Understanding and educating others about white privledge at predominantly white institutions
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  • On-campus involvement and its relationship to student retention

Professional Certifications

  •  Safe Space Workship facilitator
  • Certified BASICS (Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students) facilitator