T.M. Mosley, Doctoral Candidate-May 2014, Assistant Dean/Office of Black Student Advising
In the Office of Pluralism and Leadership (OPAL), T.M. Mosley., Assistant Dean and Advisor to Black students, provides counseling and advising support to individual students and 16 student groups with an emphasis on retention, student engagement/leadership, and wellness. OBSA organizes educational, cultural, and social programs regarding issues germane to Black college students and racial and ethnic identity development, provides faculty/staff trainings and workshops, and advocates on behalf of Black students to other areas of the College administration.
Call: (603) 646-0988
Location: Carson Hall - Suite 125
Sadia Hassan, OBSA Intern Extraordinaire
Hometown: Atlanta, GA
Major: African/African American Studies
Favorite OBSA Memory: The Black Awards dinner that we did in the Spring of 2013 was really heart warming. We had a wonderful turn out and it just felt like a huge family gathering.
Bennie Niles IV, OBSA Intern Extraordinaire
Hometown: Clearwater, Florida
Major: African & African American Studies
Favorite OBSA Memory: I really appreciated the Black Awards ceremony last spring. With all of the hard work that we, as a team, put into planning and organizing that event, it was great to see it all come to fruition.
Last Updated: 2/5/14