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Andrew Collings

Assistant Director of Group Learning Programs

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Whether you're a student looking for help with your courses, a WashU faculty or staff member looking to collaborate on workshops or expand academic support for students in your department, or someone hoping to learn more about what we do at the Learning Center, I’m here to help!

Bio

Dr. Andrew Collings joined the Learning Center team in October of 2019. A Wash U alum (’11), Andrew received his PhD in History from Princeton University. His dissertation explored dynamics of corruption and reform in medieval Europe. While at Princeton, he taught several courses in pre-modern history and developed a mentoring program for undergraduate history writers. Prior to returning to Washington University, Andrew also worked as an instructional designer and project manager for a publishing services company in St. Louis.

Andrew is passionate about using his experience as an educator and former WashU student to develop resources and opportunities that will address students’ needs and help facilitate their academic and personal success. In his role as Assistant Director of Group Learning Programs, Andrew oversees the Residential Peer Mentoring program and the Learning Center’s expanding number of other drop-in mentoring services. He also manages partnerships with faculty and staff across campus, and is responsible for the Learning Center’s data management, outcome analysis, and reporting efforts.

When not on campus, Andrew enjoys tabletop gaming, bad movies, DIY projects, cooking, and spending time with his wife and dog.

 

AB in History, Washington University in St. Louis

MA in History, Princeton University

PhD in History, Princeton University

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