Fawne Allossery

Fawne Allossery

Academic Services Officer IV, Part-time Faculty for Kinesiology, Health & Sport Studies

Phone/Voicemail: (313) 577-8291 / Text: (313) 338-8170

ac9010@wayne.edu

Office location: 489 College of Education Building, 5425 Gullen Mall, Detroit, Michigan 48202     

Fawne Allossery

Degrees and Certifications

Education Specialist, Learning Design and Technology (Wayne State University), 2018
Online Teaching Graduate Certificate (Wayne State University), 2017
College and University Teaching Graduate Certificate (Wayne State University), 2016
M.Ed. in Kinesiology, Exercise and Sport Science (Wayne State University), 2013
M.A. in Education, Sports Administration (Wayne State University), 2001
B.S. in Psychology (Wayne State University), 1999 

Responsibilities

  • Senior advisor and coordinator of undergraduate advising initiatives
  • Advise undergraduate majors: Community Health (all students), Health & Physical Education Teaching (last names A-K), Kinesiology/Exercise and Sport Science (last names A-K), Learning Design & Technology (all students) and Sport Management (last names A-K)
  • Advise undergraduate minors: Community Health (all students), Exercise and Sport Science (last names A-K), Instructional Design (all students), Sport Coaching (last names A-K), Sport & Exercise Psychology (last names A-K), Sport Management (last names A-K), Yoga & Mindfulness (last names A-K) 
  • Advise Instrumental and Vocal Music Ed students on teacher certification requirements
  • Verify degree requirements for bachelor degree students
  • Manage appeal process for "degree without certification"
  • Prepare undergraduate Commencement and Graduation with Distinction lists
  • Coordinate the AGRADE, Departmental Honors, and Senior Rule programs
  • Facilitate ED 4998 Education Honors Thesis
  • Liaison to the Division of Kinesiology, Health and Sport Studies

ADVISING APPOINTMENTS 

For current Wayne State students and those not yet attending Wayne State: Available for Virtual Open Advising on Tuesdays between 9a-4p through Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/250662575. Students are advised on a first-come, first-served basis. 

For current Wayne State students: Available for appointments on days other than Tuesdays through STARS: https://stars.wayne.edu/student/advisor/ac9010/**Remote appointments default to Zoom. If you prefer MS Teams or a phone appointment instead, please include that in the “Comments” section. If phone, please also include a phone number where I can reach you.

Students not yet attending Wayne State who are unavailable for Virtual Open Advising on Tuesdays should send an e-mail to: ac9010@wayne.edu to schedule an appointment for a different day. **Please be sure to indicate your meeting preference: Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or phone. If phone, please also include a phone number where you can be reached.

Biography

Ms. Fawne Allossery has worked as an Academic Services Officer (ASO) for Wayne State University in the College of Education, Division of Academic Services since 2006 and was awarded ESS in 2011 and promoted from ASO II to ASO III in 2015, and to ASO IV in 2020.

In this position, Ms. Allossery serves as the primary advisor for approximately 300 registered students. Ms. Allossery is also the degree auditor for all bachelor’s degree students in the College of Education, coordinates the Departmental Honors and Accelerated Graduate Enrollment (AGRADE) programs, and oversees Senior Rule admission in the College of Education. She is also a Part-Time Faculty member within the Division of Kinesiology, Health, and Sport Studies and has taught several upper-division and graduate-level courses within the Community Health and Exercise and Sport Science programs.

Ms. Allossery assists with a variety of campus-wide initiatives, including but not limited to Scholar’s Day and other Honors College events, Commencement, Open Houses, New Student and Transfer Orientations, Counselor Update meetings, and currently serves on numerous College and divisional committees, including Curriculum, Assessment, Academic Staff Promotion and Tenure, Selective Salary. Ms. Allossery has previously served on the College’s Review Committee, Elections Committee, as well as the TeachDETROIT Planning Committee, Office of Clinical Experiences Advisory Board, and the Diversity (Social Justice) Committee, among others. Ms. Allossery also coordinated the Pathways Learning Community for two years, securing over $15,000 in grant funding.

Ms. Allossery also taught as an Adjunct Faculty member in the Wellness, Health, and Exercise Science Department at Macomb Community College for over 15 years. Ms. Allossery served as Macomb’s Head Women’s Basketball Coach and Sports Information Coordinator for six years (2001-07), and the Head Volleyball Coach for two seasons (2003-04).

Meet COE Academic Services Officer, Fawne Allossery (published in 2014)

Courses taught

  • HE 3500 Human Disease
  • HE 5522 Health Psychology
  • HE 5993 Writing Intensive Course in Health Education
  • KIN 5520 Sport Psychology
  • KIN 5523 Physical Activity and Exercise Psychology

Area of Expertise

  • Academic advising (Community Health, Exercise and Sport Science, Sport Management)
  • Academic support and coaching
  • College of Education bachelor's degree requirements
  • Teacher education and certification requirements
  • Exercise, health and sport psychology
  • Health education
  • Human disease
  • Kinesiology
  • Nutrition

Awards

  • 2022 - Recognized as a "Favorite Professor" at WSU Athletics 22nd Annual Academic Recognition Luncheon
  • 2018 - Recognized as a “Favorite Professor” at WSU Athletics 18th Annual Academic Recognition Luncheon
  • 2016 - Received “Academic Staff” Award by the College of Education
  • 2015 - Recognized as a “Favorite Professor” at WSU Athletics 15th Annual Academic Recognition Luncheon
  • 2014 - Recognized as a “Favorite Professor” at WSU Athletics 14th Annual Academic Recognition Luncheon
  • 2012 - Received “W” Award and recognized as a “Woman Who Made A Difference” at WSU Athletics W-Day Brunch
  • 1999 - Finalist, David Henry Award (outstanding achievement by a WSU graduating senior)
  • 1998 - David Adamany Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship (1998-1999)
  • 1994 - WSU Presidential Scholarship (1994-1998)

Grants

  • Pathways Learning Community Grant, $7750
    2011 - 2012
  • Pathways Learning Community Grant, $8200
    2010 - 2011

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