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Wright State University instructor Dr. Roxanne DuVivier has found success working in higher education over the past 37 years. With a vast understanding of student affairs and psychology, she has provided invaluable leadership in many endeavors. Dr. DuVivier has lectured in Jamaica, researched with industry leaders, published study results, and operated a private practice. She worked at Hocking College for more than three decades in counseling and student affairs, ultimately overseeing much of the campus. Also an active contributor to the larger community, Dr. Roxanne DuVivier has served on multiple boards and Ohio state planning commissions.

Dr. Roxanne DuVivier participated on two Ohio Board of Regents initiative committees: the Performance Measures Council and the Transfer and Articulation Council. She held five board directorships as well. Since 1983, she has led the Personality Assessment System Foundation as both Director and President. Concurrently, she provides guidance to International Field Studies, an organization that researches sustainability and conservation in education, located in Columbus, Ohio. A former President of the Ohio Council for Student Development, Dr. DuVivier also served the Ohio College Personnel Association and the Ohio Association of Women Deans and Counselors.

Dr. Roxanne DuVivier affiliates with a number of other professional organizations as well. Her most notable memberships include the National Academic Advising Association, the American Psychological Association, and the American Association of University Women. She maintains license to practice as a psychologist in the state of Ohio and holds Diplomate status with the American Board of Forensic Examiners. Her computer software product, Your Strategic Future: Developing a Career Path to Success, won the Golden Lamp Award in 2005 for the best educational technology product in the DVD division.

Work experience

Sep 2010Present

Instructor, Student Affairs in Higher Education

Wright State University


Sep 1975Jun 1979


Ohio University