Vice President for Student Affairs
Dr. Landphair holds a master’s degree and doctorate in history from the University of Virginia and a bachelor’s degree in history and French from Tulane University. Before coming to UMW, she most recently served as Dean of the Westhampton College at the University of Richmond.
A recipient of the Influential Woman of Virginia Award presented by Virginia Lawyers Media, Landphair also received the Bob E. Leach Award for Outstanding Service to Students presented by the NASPA Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education. A frequent presenter at academic conferences, she has written numerous articles for academic journals and newspaper opinion pieces. She is a book reviewer for the Journal of American History, a peer reviewer of The Journal of Southern History and panel proposal reviewer for the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators.
Juliette Landphair in the News
- College is key to attaining the American Dream (The Free Lance-Star)[...] The post College is key to attaining the American Dream (The Free Lance-Star) appeared first on EagleEye.... Read more »
- NOLA vs Nature: Building The Industrial Canal (WWNO 89.9)[...] The post NOLA vs Nature: Building The Industrial Canal (WWNO 89.9) appeared first on EagleEye.... Read more »
- Landphair Interviewed for New Orleans Radio ProgramJuliette Landphair, Vice President for Student Affairs, was interviewed by WWNO, an NPR member radio station for New Orleans and southeast Louisiana. Read the article, "NOLA vs Nature: Building The Industrial Canal" or listen to the interview at http://wwno.org/programs/tripod-new-orleans-300. The interview is based on research she conducted after Hurricane Katrina... Read more »
- UMW Presents on Anonymous Social Media at NASPAHow do today’s students use social media? What happens when tweets and yaks take a bad turn? And most important, how can today’s administrators use social media to build a positive online community? These trending questions posed by higher education professionals across the country were front and center during the University... Read more »