Lori Kuhn-Hancock never stops learning. She has received her B.A. in Speech, an M.A. in Theater, an M.S. in Healthcare Management, and a post-graduate study in Leadership and Employment Law. Lori is currently an Ed.D. Educational Leadership student.
She has taught a myriad of courses, including but not limited to Public Speaking, Communication Skills, Business Ethics, Theater History, Advanced Stagecraft, Introduction to Business, Legal Environment of Business, and Introduction to Human Relations.
Teaching has always been Lori’s primary professional interest. She has spent much of her career as a teaching assistant, Instructor, Assistant Professor, Director, Academic Director and an Associate Academic Dean. Her research tends to focus on how to better support at-risk students. Tracking recruiting, retention, graduation, placement, and professional growth data to provide a picture of areas missed in giving students what they need for success.
Teaching may be Lori’s primary passion, but Theater is an enduring interest of hers. She sees opportunity at UNF for production of and live streaming multicultural theater.