Coryn Gonzales, Academic Success Coach
Coryn received her Bachelor of Arts with Research Distinction in Psychology from The Ohio State University, and is a Newark Campus Alumni. During her undergraduate career, Coryn was a student in the Buckeye Generation Learning Community her freshman year, and then continued for 3 years being an Academic Peer Coach for the program until she graduated. Coryn currently serves as Academic Success Coach for the Office of Retention & Student Success Initiatives and oversees the Buckeye Generation Learning Community. She is also working on getting her Master’s Degree from The Ohio State University in Higher Education. She is very proud to be the first in her family to earn her degree, and is passionate about helping others do the same. In her spare time, Coryn likes to dabble in photography, and you will frequently see her at learning community events behind the camera. Coryn will be the instructor for your University Survey (EXP course) and co-instructor for your Buckeye Generation Learning Community Lab (ASC) course. You can reach Coryn at:
Office: Founders Hall 2012
Scott Aubry is a lecturer of anthropology. For the past couple of years he has become increasingly involved in programs and issues associated with first generation students. He was a first generation student himself who started at a community college and later received an M.A. from Southern Illinois University and a Ph.D. from the Ohio State University. His research focuses on morphological variation in human dentition, with a focus on developmental genetics and population genetics. His main focus has been to investigation human migration in the past by analyzing human skeletal material from archaeological collections. He has worked throughout Latin America since the mid-1990s, and he has been working on skeletal populations from the Midwest in the United States since 2010.