Ms. Carvajal is the Director of Academic and Curriculum Support for Academic Affairs, and serves as the first point of contact for FGCU faculty and staff with curricular questions; she also provides guidance and oversight of the academic curriculum development process, including preparation of program documentation required for Board of Trustees review and approval, and subsequent communication with the Office of the Board of Governors, where she serves as the primary contact for the Office of Articulation. Lucero provides administrative support to the Undergraduate Curriculum Team and Graduate Curriculum Team of the Faculty Senate, ensures accuracy of the Program List with CIP Codes, and also ensures that Academic Learning Compacts are published. She collaborates with the Office of Records and Registration in the revision and production of the University catalog, and works with them to ensure that curriculum is consistent in the degree audit system and catalog.
Originally from Colombia, Lucero earned a Law degree and came to the United States in 2002. She previously worked at Fulton-Montgomery Community College in New York before coming to FGCU in 2004, where she began in the Registrar's Office. She has also served as Academic Advisor III and Director of Advising for the College of Arts and Sciences. She earned her Master's degree in Public Administration with a concentration in Management from FGCU in 2009, and is currently a doctoral candidate (ABD) in the Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) degree program, with a concentration in Higher Education Leadership at FGCU; she joined the Office of Academic and Curriculum Support in December 2014. During her tenure at FGCU, she was awarded the Team Service Excellence Award (2010-2011), the Excellence in Advising Award (2011-2012), and the Best Poster Award, NACADA Regional Conference (2012).
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