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Alexa Lee Arndt

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PhD, 2023

Since 2023, Alexa Lee Arndt serves as a project director at the Appalachian College Association. 

Alexa Lee Arndt served as a research assistant with the J.W. Fanning Institute for Leadership Development. Her research interests include, among other topics, women in senior leadership roles within institutions of higher education. While at the McBee Institute, Alexa served as the president of the Higher Education Student Society.

Alexa holds two Bachelor of Art degrees from The Ohio State University (Public Affairs & International Studies) and her M.S.Ed. from Indiana University. Additionally, Alexa’s professional experiences stem from the Division of Student Affairs at the University of Mississippi. Her work primarily involved undergraduate student leadership programming, student organization conduct, student organization advising, and fraternity and sorority life advising.

News Featuring Alexa Lee Arndt

An article co-written by Alexa Arndt (PhD 2023) appears in the Journal of Campus Activities Practice and Scholarship. The research presented in the article, “College Student Government Elections and the Espousal of Neoliberalism in Campaign and…

Alexa Arndt (PhD 2023) served as a research assistant with the J. W. Fanning Institute. Her research interests include women in senior leadership roles within institutions of higher education. Arndt was also previously the president of the Higher Education…

by Jewel Caruso

Two members of the McBee Institute community, Alexa Arndt and Brionna Johnson, were selected to receive the 2023 Louise McBee Scholarship sponsored by the Georgia Association for Women in Higher Education (GAWHE).

“Overwhelmed with gratitude” is how Sean Baser described his emotions at the annual McBee Institute student awards lunch held on Monday, October 24.

by Jewel Caruso

On October 7, the McBee IHE faculty gathered to recognize the achievements of five students, as well as the lives and legacies that our scholarships honor. We were please to host award recipients and their families in person and virtually through Zoom. …

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