Cameron Conn, Ph.D.

Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Curriculum and Student Affairs
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Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Curriculum & Student Affairs

Campus Contact Information
Baylor University
Robbins College of Health & Human Sciences
One Bear Place #97303
Waco, Texas 76798-7303
Office: Hankamer Academic Center 120.10
Phone: 254-710-4611
Fax: 254-710-3699
Email: Cameron_Armstrong@baylor.edu

About Dr. Conn

Education

  • Azusa Pacific University - Azusa, CA
    Doctor of Philosophy, Higher Education
    May 2015
  • Florida State University - Tallahassee, FL
    Master of Science, Higher Education Administration
    April 2007
    Minor: English Composition
  • Union University - Jackson, TN
    Bachelor of Arts, Biblical Studies, Teaching English as a Second Language
    May 2005

Previous Experience

Dr. Conn joined the Robbins College of Health and Human Sciences in January of 2015 as Assistant Dean after serving Baylor as Director of Student Services at the Louise Herrington School of Nursing since 2011. During her time with the School of Nursing, Dr. Conn was responsible for the recruitment and matriculation of all undergraduate and graduate nursing students. She reorganized the Barnabas Success Center to offer more high quality services to students in need of academic support, career development, advising, and counseling. Dr. Conn also partnered with the professional staff and faculty to create a new student experience course for pre-nursing students on the Waco campus.

Research Interests

Dr. Conn's research interests include the areas of faith-based higher education, student outcomes, and student-faculty interaction. She has presented her research at conferences such as the American Educational Research Association and the Association for the Study of Higher Education. Dr. Conn is also an active member of the National Association of College Student Personnel Administrators. Above all, Dr. Conn is committed to using her higher education expertise to create pathways for Baylor students to succeed in the professions to which God has called them.