Public Partnership & Outreach: Assessment, Regulatory Compliance, Data for Education Abroad, Mexico Partnerships, and Accountability
Dr. Droleskey is responsible for administrative oversight of accountability, assessment, and continuous improvement efforts, as well as assisting with various administrative tasks such as strategic planning and business continuity planning. Dr. Droleskey provides leadership for the Texas A&M University facility in Mexico, Mexico Partnership Services, and serves as a liaison to the colleges for data related to and assessment of globally focused high impact learning experiences.
Dr. Droleskey earned a BS in English, Public Speaking, and Theatre Arts from Murray State University in Kentucky in 1979, a Master’s degree in Educational Processes from Maryville College in 1985, and her Ph.D. in Educational Administration from Texas A&M University in 2000.
She advises Texas A&M student organizations including India Association, Sri Lanka Association, and the Chinese Student and Scholar Association. Dr. Droleskey also teaches Taiji Quan (Tai Chi Chuan) for the Texas A&M Confucius Institute and the Department of Kinesiology.