Melissa Bevacqua is an adjunct professor in the Department of Health Administration and Human Resources at The University of Scranton. She has taught in the undergraduate human resources program and the Scranton Emerging Leaders program. She currently teaches in the graduate human resources program and was recognized in 2013 as a recipient of the Provost’s Part-Time Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching. Her areas of academic interest include recruitment and staffing, management and leadership development, and organizational behavior. When she is not in the classroom, Ms. Bevacqua also serves as Associate Director of Admissions at The University of Scranton. Her career in undergraduate admissions has spanned more than twelve years of implementing recruitment strategies at different institutions. She has presented her work at state conferences for secondary school and admission counselors. Ms. Bevacqua graduated magna cum laudefrom The University of Scranton with a B.A. in Spanish and minors in French and Italian. She also earned a Master's degree in Human Resource Administration from The University of Scranton and received the 2006 Outstanding Human Resources Administration Graduate Award.
Her professional memberships include:
SHRM Student/Professional Member (Society for HR Management)
NACAC Member (National Association for College Admission Counseling)
NJACAC (NJ Association for College Admission Counseling)
NEACAC (New England Association for College Admission Counseling)
PACAC (Pennsylvania Association for College Admission Counseling)