Doyle named director of Trine's Avon Education Center
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Doyle will focus on recruitment, raising
awareness of education center's offerings
Trine University School of Professional Studies recently named Whitney Doyle the campus director of the Avon Education Center.
In this position, Doyle hopes “to not only increase enrollment, but to bring awareness to our programs and graduates who are seeking employment in their respective fields of study.” This includes an emphasis on the university’s accelerated classes, which Doyle says are suitable for working adults looking to change careers or to obtain a promotion.
“I also want to be a resource for our students who are about to graduate and are looking for job leads. I want the campus to become a staple within the community so local businesses come to us seeking to hire our graduates,” she said.
Doyle’s history with Trine dates back to 2004 when she began her undergraduate communication studies at then Tri-State University. Following her graduation in 2008, Doyle was hired at Trine as the student activities coordinator and shortly after was promoted to director of student life.
“If it weren’t for the university providing me such opportunities, I wouldn’t have accomplished my goal of working in higher education,” Doyle said.
Doyle’s responsibilities include helping to grow and enhance both the Avon and Columbus education centers with recruiting activities, as well as managing the Avon campus.