Douglass Academic Resource Center
Meet the Douglass Academic Resource Center Staff
As students prepare to achieve the vision they have set for themselves, professional academic advisors, an athletic academic advisement and skills enhancement specialist, and academic support staff are available to assist in numerous ways including providing study halls for our student athletes and coordinating interventions with our at-risk students and referring them to appropriate support services.
DOUGLASS ACADEMIC RESOURCE CENTER STAFF
Ms. Walker is an accomplished educator who’s administrative experiences span several decades of commitment. During her tenure in other post-secondary educational institutions, her positions have included Associate Vice President for Student Affairs, Director of Counseling and Testing (LPC and NCC), Coordinator of Disability Services, New Student Orientation Director, Freshman Experience Coordinator and Instructor, and Site Coordinator for many National Testing Services. Additionally, she has been The Director of Adult Basic Education/Guided Studies for a four-county area, and Associate Professor in mathematics.
Her goal in the D’ARC is to continue to work collaboratively within the college community in providing leadership in the development, facilitation, implementation, and assessment of a comprehensive array of support services designed to ensure a meaningful college experience for student
Ms. Gunter has worked in higher education for over five years. She values the opportunity for each student to become a man of agency and encourges them to take more ownership in monitoring their academic progress. The things she loves most about working at Morehouse College is witnessing the matriculation of African American men; and watching them mature from men of Morehouse to Morehouse Men.
Academic Support Specialists
Employed this academic year as a computer lab assistant in the DARC, Mr. Davis enjoys interacting with students and working closely with the college community to help foster student engagement. Also, as co-chair of the DARC’s resurgence of the Bro2Bro initiative, Mr. Davis loves empowering young African American men on their journey through life and connecting current students with alumni.
Mr. Oyesanya of Nigerian ancestry was born in Baltimore, Maryland and was raised in Atlanta, Georgia. He is a well rounded and multi faceted man who holds dual degrees: Applied Physics from Morehouse College and Architectural Engineering from Missouri University of Science and Technology. His STEM background is an asset as he assists in the guidance of Men of Morehouse.