Executive Director of Student Academic & Career Success
Academic Affairs, Owen Center for Academic & Career Support
BA, Colorado College
MA, Bowling Green State University
PhD, The Ohio State University
Dr. Ellen Nagy oversees the faculty student mentoring program, AIM Hei, and coordinates all assessment activity for the university. She lived in Salzburg, Austria, for two years. Her research interests are in German Studies, especially the history of teaching German at American universities as well as academic and career advising issues. Her publications include the book, Women in Germanics, 1850-1950, published by Peter Lang, and articles focusing on the role and representation of women in the German studies profession. Dr. Nagy has also published (with Heidelberg colleague Kristen Lindsay) a book providing a hands-on approach to navigating the first year of college, So I Got Into College, Now What? Her research has been presented at state and national conferences including the Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, the National Association of Academic Advisors, the National Association of Colleges and Employers, the Ohio First Year Summit and the Ohio Academic Advising Association.
Dr. Nagy plays the violin in the Heidelberg University-Community Orchestra and competes in half-marathons and triathlons. She lives in Fremont, Ohio, with her husband.
- Publication: Impressions: Using Reflective Photography to Understand First-Year Students’ Perceptions of College; Academic Advising Today, March 2013
- Presented: “Focusing and Engaging Second-Year and Transfer Students”; Retention Management System Plus Community Workshop, Chicago, July 2012
- AIM Hei: Advise, Inspire, Mentor; Reinventing A Model for First-Year and Second-Year Advising; NACADA Region V Conference, Akron, April 2012