Skip to main content
Skip to main content

Liberal Studies

for the 21st Century

Who We Are

Below is information about Liberal Studies staff and about the faculty committee members that govern and support the Liberal Studies program. Thanks to all of the Liberal Studies committee members for their important work on behalf of the program and our students.

Lynn Hogan

Director of Liberal Studies
Lynn Hogan is also the director of FSU’s Quality Enhancement Plan and Quality Enhancement Reviews. He has been at FSU for over 18 years. He holds degrees from South Georgia College, The University of Georgia and Bowling Green State University

Allison Peters

Allison B. Peters, Associate Director of Liberal Studies
Allison has been at FSU since 2010. She holds a Ph.D. in Higher Education from Florida State University, as well as degrees from the University of Arkansas and Wichita State University.

Lindsey Charlton

Lindsey Charlton, Academic Program Specialist
Academic Program Specialist Lindsey came to Liberal Studies in 2019. She holds bachelor's degrees in Sociology and French Studies from the University of North Florida. She has completed graduate level coursework at FSU and has plans to continue her education at the university.


Liberal Studies Coordinating and Policy Committee (LSCPC)

The LSCPC, a Faculty Senate Committee, is the main governing board for the Liberal Studies Program. Members of the LSCPC meet monthly during the academic year to develop and propose to the Faculty Senate policy related to the General Education curriculum and University-wide undergraduate requirements. The LSCPC also develops and oversees course approval criteria and processes as well as the development of policies and processes related to assessment of student learning and program evaluation.

  • George Boggs, Teacher Education, Education*
  • James Fadool, Biological Science, Arts and Sciences, Chair*
  • Kris Harper, History, Arts and Sciences*
  • Karen Laughlin, Dean of Undergraduate Studies (Ex-Officio)
  • Joe O’Shea, Assistant Provost (Ex-Officio, Representative for Provost McRorie)
  • Michelle Rambo-Roddenberry, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Engineering
  • Piers Rawling, Philosophy, Arts and Sciences
  • Douglass Seaton, Music
  • Micehelle Therrien, Communications
  • Lisa Tripp, Motion Picture Arts

*Also a member of the LSCPC Review Sub-Committee


The Liberal Studies Course Review Panel reviews all courses submitted for approval for inclusion in the Liberal Studies curriculum and provides constructive feedback to instructors on course development and design.

    • Kevin Beaver, Criminology
    • George Boggs, Teacher Education
    • Radha Bose, Statistics
    • Wanda Brister, Music
    • Jeff Chanton, EOAS: Oceanography
    • Eric Chicken, Statistics
    • Kathy Clark, Teacher Education: Math
    • Joe Clark, Communication (ODL)
    • Jim Dawkins, Interior Design
    • Stephanie Dillon, Chemistry
    • Jim Fadool, Biology
    • Adam Gaiser, Religion
    • Carolina Gonzáles, Modern Languages
    • Robin Goodman, English
    • Tarez Graban, English
    • Kris Harper, History
    • Marcela Herdova, Philosophy
    • Patrick Hollis, Engineering
    • Amy Huber, Interior Design
    • Colleen Kelley, Psychology
    • Amy Kowal, Anthropology
    • Misha Laurents, Communication
    • Gloria Lessan, Sociology
    • Tracie Mahaffey, Philosophy
    • Katherine Mooney, History
    • Michael Nair-Collins, Medicine
    • Michael Neal, English
    • William Parker, EOAS: Geology
    • Kenny Reynolds, Accounting
    • Anthony Rhine, Theatre (Arts Administration)
    • Pamela Robbins, History
    • Mary Jane Ryals, Management
    • John Schwenkler, Philosophy
    • James Sickinger, Classics
    • Lisa Spainhour, Engineering
    • Ned Stuckey-French, English
    • Cindy Studenic-Lewis, Nursing
    • Besiki Stvilia, Information
    • Gretchen Sunderman, Modern Languages
    • Ulla Sypher, Communication
    • Kathy Tillman, Sociology
    • Lauren Weingarden, Art History
    • Ian Whitacre, Math Education
    • Tingting Zhao, Geography

For Additional Information or Help

Please feel free to contact Allison Peters or Lynn Hogan

Liberal Studies for the 21st Century is located in the University Center building C.


For questions concerning the site or to report an issue, please contact our WEBMASTER