Stacey Blackwell serves as the Senior Director of the Learning Centers at Rutgers-New Brunswick. In this role, she has supervised the significant growth of Learning Center services, which support about 50% of the undergraduate student population each year and have been expanding their support of graduate students as well. Under her direction, the Learning Centers have added two new spaces and renovated one existing space, as well as added several new programs and services that support students’ academic success from enrollment to graduation. Stacey also chairs and co-leads several campus-wide efforts, including the Student Success Steering Committee, the Academic Support Subcommittee, and the Scarlet Guarantee Student Support Working Group. She has earned the Level 3 (of 4) Learning Center Leadership Certificate from the National College Learning Center Association (NCLCA), provides webinars on academic support, is an editor for The Learning Assistance Review, and served as an NCLCA Institute Mentor in the summer of 2022. In addition, she is co-PI on an NSF-IUSE project to create a Teaching Excellence Network on campus and co-leads the Active Learning Community.