Mandie Greiwe Named Founding Director of Marian University’s OneAmerica Center for Personalized Learning

by News Release | Aug 17, 2021

Mandie Greiwe has been selected to serve as the founding director of the new OneAmerica Center for Personalized Learning at Marian University. The Center for Personalized Learning offers support and assistance for all Marian University students with disabilities, providing individualized coaching and guidance throughout their college careers.

With more than eight years of experience providing disability resources and services in a higher education setting, Greiwe most recently served as the assistant director of the Disability Resource Center at Purdue University. Prior to her time at Purdue, Greiwe served in various leadership capacities in disability resource offices at the University of Notre Dame and at Emory University.

Greiwe has a bachelor of arts degree from Franklin College and a master of science degree from Walden University. She is a member of the Association on Higher Education and Disability and the Indiana Association on Higher Education and Disability, as well as a member of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators

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