Mr. Prince serves as the first director of Student Success and Transition in the Office of Undergraduate Studies. He leads the office’s strategic plan, and all campus-wide initiatives, from orientation to the first-year experience and beyond.
Mr. Prince was with Howard University for two years before joining the Office of the Associate Provost. Previously, he served as site manager for Jumpstart at Howard University (in the School of Communications). There he recruited and trained students to become effective classroom teachers and engage in various DC community events. From those experiences, Mr. Prince has worked to ensure student success through service-learning and education.
Mr. Prince says that “I am thankful for the opportunity to use my experience in working with students to work on initiatives that will improve our retention rate.”
Before joining Howard University, Mr. Prince worked for the federal government, American University, public and charter schools, and various non-profit organizations in Texas and Washington, DC. Mr. Prince earned his Bachelor’s degree in secondary education and social studies from Southwestern University in Georgetown, TX. He later pursued his Master’s degree in international comparative education from George Washington University in Washington, DC. Mr. Prince specializes in K-12, higher education (national and international), curriculum and instruction, evaluation and assessment and governance.
Mr. Prince is a member of Young Professionals in Foreign Policy and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. He is a native of Chicago, IL, and Port Arthur, TX.
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