Dr. Rosalind Moore-Miller

Director of Undergraduate &

Graduate Student Involvement

Rosalind received an undergraduate degree from Jacksonville State University (Jacksonville, AL) with a double major in English & Political Science and also a master's degree in Counselor Education with an emphasis in College Student Personnel. She graduated with a Ph.D. in Social & Cultural Foundations of Education from The University of Alabama. She is the Director of Undergraduate & Graduate Student Involvement and is responsible for the co-curricular engagement of all UA students at The University of Alabama in purposeful involvement and leadership opportunities. In her role, Rosalind combines collaborative efforts, student involvement, and needs assessment to create programs and services that open doors for student to have meaningful involvement experiences. She oversees the administrative functions of the office, the SOURCE Board of Governors, the Involvement Genius Program, student organization Event Registration, as well as student organization registration and training, graduate student engagement programming, and assisting with the overall vision of Student Involvement endeavors. Rosalind has served professional associations in the past as the NASPA Region III Representative for the Administrators in Graduate & Professional Student Services Knowledge Community, a past advisory board member of the National Association of Graduate & Professional Students (NAGPS), and Internship Coordinator for a minority initiative called the Southeastern Greek Leadership Summit (SEGLS). Prior to her work in the Office of Student Involvement, Rosalind gained experiences in Housing and Residential Communities, Greek Life, Assessment, and Student Parent support programs.