Office Hours with John Gardner
How does one go about teaching college students how to be successful in college? Kimberly Koledoye shares her rich experience and research. She also has important insights on how to innovate from the mid-levels, of a large postsecondary institution.
Kimberly Koledoye is a professor and the program coordinator of the Academic Student Success/First Year Experience program at Houston Community College. Kimberly’s extensive teaching background in literacy, English, education, and student success spans both the K-12 and post-secondary arenas. She specializes in course design and has led development teams in creating courses for college success, Developmental English, Integrated Reading and Writing, and accelerated Co-requisite models. She is passionate about student success, equity, instructional technologies, social justice, and providing professional development. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in English, Master of Education Administration, a Graduate Certificate in Composition, and a Doctorate of Higher Education Leadership. Her research examining college success, women in leadership, and underrepresented minorities in STEM has led to multiple scholarly presentations and publications.