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ShaRonda Cooper, PhD, LPC

Assistant Dean for Students | Veterinary Medicine - Administration
Overview

Dr. ShaRonda Cooper is a native of Athens, GA. She joined the UTCVM team in 2021. She previously served as the Director of Multicultural Services and Programs at the University of Georgia. Dr. Cooper is a licensed professional counselor and trained Health Coach. She earned a Doctor of Philosophy in Higher Education from Ohio University. She has worked in the field of higher education and student affairs at select institutions in North Carolina, Georgia, and Ohio. Dr. Cooper is happy to have the opportunity to work with the students, faculty, and staff at UTCVM. Areas of interest include: student mental health and wellbeing, multicultural services, outreach and engagement, recruitment, student success and resiliency.

The College of Veterinary Medicine
University of Tennessee
2407 River Drive
Knoxville, TN 37996
Education and Training
  • Ph.D.- Higher Education, Ohio University, 2017
  • M.Ed.- Mental Health & Rehabilitation Counseling, Ohio University, 2009
  • BA- Psychology, Fort Valley State University, 2007
  • Licensed Professional Counselor, 2009
  • Certified QPR Gatekeeper Instructor- Suicide Prevention, 2012
  • Health Coach, 2019

ShaRonda Cooper, PhD, LPC

Assistant Dean for Students | Veterinary Medicine - Administration
The College of Veterinary Medicine
University of Tennessee
2407 River Drive
Knoxville, TN 37996
Education and Training
  • Ph.D.- Higher Education, Ohio University, 2017
  • M.Ed.- Mental Health & Rehabilitation Counseling, Ohio University, 2009
  • BA- Psychology, Fort Valley State University, 2007
  • Licensed Professional Counselor, 2009
  • Certified QPR Gatekeeper Instructor- Suicide Prevention, 2012
  • Health Coach, 2019
Overview

Dr. ShaRonda Cooper is a native of Athens, GA. She joined the UTCVM team in 2021. She previously served as the Director of Multicultural Services and Programs at the University of Georgia. Dr. Cooper is a licensed professional counselor and trained Health Coach. She earned a Doctor of Philosophy in Higher Education from Ohio University. She has worked in the field of higher education and student affairs at select institutions in North Carolina, Georgia, and Ohio. Dr. Cooper is happy to have the opportunity to work with the students, faculty, and staff at UTCVM. Areas of interest include: student mental health and wellbeing, multicultural services, outreach and engagement, recruitment, student success and resiliency.