Constance C. Relihan joined the Auburn faculty in 1990 and currently holds the rank of Professor in the English Department. Prior to accepting the position as Associate Provost for Undergraduate Studies, she was the Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in the College of Liberal Arts. She received her PhD and MA from the University of Minnesota, and her undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois. Her research focuses primarily on sixteenth-century prose fiction and Shakespeare, and her publications include two books, Fashioning Authority: The Development of Elizabethan Novelistic Discourse (1994) and Cosmographical Glasses: Geographic Discourse, Gender, and Elizabethan Fiction (2004), as well as the editor or co-editor of two essay collections on the nature of early modern prose fiction. She has also published articles on Shakespeare, Sir Philip Sidney, and Robert Greene.
Paula has worked at Auburn University since 1993, first with the Economic Development Institute until 1996, and then with the Office of Enrollment Management Services from 1996-1999. She has worked in administration since 1999, and joined the Office of Undergraduate Studies in January 2006.
A native of Greenville, North Carolina, Paula has one son.
Dot joined the Office of Undergradute Studies in May 2007. Dot graduated from Troy State University with a B.S. in Business Administration in 2000. She has been employed with the University at various periods since 1975 and most recently in Distance Learning and Outreach Technology for 4 years as Executive Secretary and in the Industrial Design Department for 6 years as an Office Administrator.
A native of Opelika, Dot has a daughter and son, and 5 grandchildren.
Kevin joined the Office of Undergraduate Studies in December 2008. Prior to his current role as Curriculum Coordinator, he worked in the Office of Academic Programs at East Carolina University. He earned his B.S. in English in 2001.
Originally from Pennsylvania, Kevin is married with two sons and a daughter.
Julia taught Fortran to Auburn University freshman engineering students in 1993-94 before moving to a career in industry. She spent the next twenty years in the maintenance and development of software applications in public housing, the textile industry, and electronic payment processing. She returned to Auburn in 2014, joining the Office of Undergraduate Studies and the Graduate School as an IT Specialist. She earned her BS in Mathematics Education in 1987 and her MS in Computer Science & Engineering in 1993, both from Auburn University.
Fawn has worked at Auburn University since 1992. Prior to her current role as an Executive Support Specialist, Fawn worked in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies as an Administrative Associate. In 1998, she moved to the Provost’s Office.
A native of Auburn, Fawn has two daughters and one son.
Deepa joined Auburn University in October 2016 as an IT specialist for the Office of Undergraduate Studies and the Graduate School. After Immigrating to the United States in 2003, she has worked as a software quality assurance engineer and as a data analyst in restaurant management, online and television advertising industries. She earned her BS in Electronics and Communication in 2001 from Bangalore University, India and MS in Information Technology from University of Maryland, University College in 2014.