Mrs. Melyssa-Anne Stricklin (she/her)
- Senior Academic Advisor; Advising Hub - AGEC, ALEC, RPTS
- AGLS Room 408B
- Undergraduate Education
- BS in Recreation, Park and Tourism Sciences - Tourism Management, TAMU, 2011
- Graduate Education
- MS in Recreation, Park and Tourism Sciences - Examining Event Staging Strategies on Quality of Experience, TAMU, 2016
- Graduate Certificate in Event Management, FSU, 2016
- Gamma Sigma Delta Outstanding Advisor Award, TAMU, 2022
- Women's History Month Feature, Aggies of AGLS, TAMU, Mar. 2022
- Coffee Talk Podcast Guest, Annenberg Presidential Conference Center, 2021
- Innovative Advising Award, UAC, TAMU, 2021
- Meet Your Advisor Feature, Office for Student Success, Oct. 2021
- Advisor of the Month, Office for Student Success, Nov. 2020
Army brat, Tex-European, self-proclaimed Disney freak, Melyssa-Anne Stricklin wants you to become an independent thinker and learn who you are. As an Academic Advisor, Melyssa-Anne advises students in several academic areas such as: Agricultural Economics, Agribusiness, Hospitality and Tourism, Youth Development, and Community Recreation. One industry which reaches all of these is event management.
With a master’s thesis on Examining Event Staging Strategies on Quality of Experience, a graduate certificate in event management, and published in the peer reviewed international journal Event Management, studying experience design has always been a keen interest for Melyssa-Anne.
She takes her passion for experience design into her talents as an Academic Advisor. For almost 10 years, Melyssa-Anne has been meeting students where they are and creating a safe space/brave space, whether virtual or in-person. A recipient of the November 2020 Advisor of the Month and the 2021 Innovative Advising Award, Melyssa-Anne enjoys creating new engaging ways to interact with her students. Most notably, her virtual office. Learn more about her by watching this quick video.
College of Ag Advisors: https://aglifesciences.tamu.edu/academic-advisors/
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