Law School Academic Support Blog

Editor: Amy Jarmon
Texas Tech Univ. School of Law

Friday, November 9, 2012

Why I Work in ASP - Part II


Grace Wigal, Teaching Professor and Director of Academic Excellence Program, at West Virginia University College of Law has been working in academic support for 20 years.  She responded to our request for ASP'ers to comment on why they work in academic support.  Grace writes: 

"I work in academic support because it is challenging and rewarding.  Most students in law school will benefit from support services at some point in their law school career, thus, the work that we do allows us to make a difference in many, many lives!"

Thank you, Grace, for being so devoted to helping law students succeed.  We are all grateful to have you as a colleague!

Please join your colleagues in sharing why you work in academic support.  Send the following information to me (e-mail in left-hand column): number of months/years in ASP work; link to your faculty profile on your law school web pages and/or a small jpeg photo; your title; your reason for working in ASP in 50 words or less.  (Amy Jarmon)

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