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Welcoming David Braverman as Interim Director for Career Services, Student Conduct Administration

Posted 02/08/2018
Submitted by Lee Peters
Category: Campus Announcements, Student Announcements

Please join Student Affairs in welcoming Dr. David Braverman as interim Director for Career Services and interim Director of Student Conduct Administration.


David Braverman is a senior higher education professional with significant experience in all types and levels of institutions of higher education around the country.  He has most recently completed interim appointments at the Community College of Philadelphia (2 separate terms) and California State University Dominguez Hills, and was the first Presidential Fellow at Black Hills State University.

Braverman served as vice president for student affairs and dean of students at Springfield College in Massachusetts. As the senior campus officer for student life and learning outside the classroom, he served on the president’s executive staff, planned two award winning facilities, and oversaw all aspects of student life, including student activities and campus union, support services, and residential life. He was also responsible for crisis intervention, student conduct, student health, counseling, campus spiritual life, drug and alcohol education, campus recreation, multicultural center, volunteer services, new student orientation, veteran’s services, family programs, and career services.

Braverman has held a number of administrative positions across the country. He served as the dean of students at Texas A&M University-Kingsville; associate vice president for student affairs at California State University-Sacramento; dean of students at Culver-Stockton College; assistant dean for Richmond College at the University of Richmond; and assistant director of residence life at Cornell College.

Braverman earned his doctorate and master’s degrees from the University of Iowa in student development in postsecondary education, higher education administration, and counseling. His bachelor’s degree in biological sciences is from the University of Missouri-Columbia. 

He is married to Dr. Mindy Chang who is a professor of communication at Western New England University. They have a son, Giun-Shian and live in East Longmeadow, Mass.