Assistant Director, Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution
Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution Services
Regina Curran joined the Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution Services staff in the spring of 2012. Before coming to American, Regina worked in student conduct, off-campus student services, and leadership education at several schools along the Eastern seaboard. Born in Texas and raised in Oklahoma, she received her bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Texas A&M University (Whoop!) and her law degree from Roger Williams University School of Law in Bristol, RI. Regina is excited to be joining such a diverse and engaged student body, and she is looking forward to exploring her new home of Washington DC. Since 2007 Regina has called the East Coast her home and knows that DC will provide her with the right mix of local and global interests. She is committed to both helping the AU community find practical solutions for problems we all face and working with students to grow into their best selves.
Juris Doctor, Roger Williams University - School of Law; Bachelor of Arts, Sociology, Texas A&M University
Favorite Spot on Campus:
patio by the International Student & Scholar Services office
- Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution Services
- Butler Pavilion - 407A