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Teri Williams, Ph.D.

Teri Williams
Assistant Professor
Department of Human Services
Office: DeSantis 4110


  • Ph.D.- Nova Southeastern University- Conflict Analysis and Resolution
  • M.S. -Nova Southeastern University- Conflict Analysis and Resolution
  • B.S. Education- Ohio University- Art Education
A veteran educator of over 30 years, Williams currently holds the position of Lead Faculty for the MS in College Student Affairs (CSA) at Nova Southeastern University. Williams is responsible for working directly with faculty and students in the program. Prior to work in the CSA profession, she held the position of Director, Office of Experiential Education and Learning (ExEL). In her life prior to NSU, Williams, was a catalyst for positive systemic change for the 6th largest school district in the country, Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) in South Florida. Williams provided leadership in the development of critical, policy-based conflict resolution, diversity, and prevention training for over 10,000 educators and school leaders at an estimated 250+ public and charter schools during her tenure at the district.

Areas of Research

Creating Positive School Culture Through the Arts
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