Cheyenne Luzynski, Eastern Michigan University
Currently a second year fellow in the Educational Leadership Doctorate Program at EMU, Cheyenne’s interest in higher education began with collegiate coaching and athletic administration. She has earned a B.S in Psychology and M.S.A in sport administration from CMU, where her pursuit of knowledge and thirst for research was a leading priority. Her real passion involves student leadership programs and women’s leadership roles in athletics and at the university level. Cheyenne currently serve as a co-director for the Student Support Services Assessment Council, a member of the leadership minor committee, UNIV 101 instructor, and an active member to four research projects. Her current research agenda includes a variety of studies analyzing student populations such as; transfer students, student athletes, first year retention, and students of color in STEM fields.