Mark S. Brown joined the Office of Pre-Professional Advising (OPPA) this year and is working as the pre-law adviser. Mark has been at UofSC for a number of years, having worked as the internship director for the College of Arts and Sciences and as a criminal justice instructor. Prior to coming to South Carolina he worked as a criminal defense attorney in Madison, Wisc. He earned his J.D. from the University of Wisconsin Law School, his M.A. in american politics from The George Washington University, and his B.A. in political science from Taylor University.
Latasha Martin recently joined the Office of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity as assistant director for behavioral intervention. Tasha formerly worked in the Student Success Center and is a licensed professional counselor. She earned three degrees from UofSC: a bachelor’s degree in psychology, an educational specialist degree and a master’s degree in library and information science.
Later this month, Student Conduct and Academic Integrity will welcome two more staff members: Margaret Vienne, coordinator of academic integrity and student conduct, and Maya Burney, coordinator of student conduct and academic integrity.
Margaret earned a bachelor’s degree in English writing from Loyola University and a master’s in higher education administration from Louisiana State University, where she served as a graduate assistant in the student accountability office.
Maya earned a bachelor’s degree in business from Coastal Carolina University and a master’s in higher education leadership from Florida Atlantic University, where she served as a graduate assistant in the student conduct office and the center for civic responsibility.