WDBY 110, UCB 290
Dawn Fettig started at CU in 1999 in the department of Integrative Physiology (then named Kinesiology). She currently serves as an Advising Supervisor in the College of Arts & Sciences. The Students in Transition unit serves international students, military affiliated students, adult learners and students returning to CU after lengthy absences. Dawn enjoys the variety of experience the SIT student populations bring to her work. Modern Languages & Literatures, includes the following majors & minors: Asian Studies, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Linguistics, Nordic Studies, Portuguese, Religious Studies, Russian, Spanish, Spanish for the Professions, and Speech Language and Hearing Sciences.
Dawn has been an active member of NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising for several years. She has held NACADA positions such as Colorado Liaison, Rocky Mountain Region 10 Chair, the Annual Conference Chair for 2011 (which was held in Denver), the Annual Conference Advisory Board, the Academic Advising Consulting and Speaker Service Advisory Board, and is currently serving on the NACADA Board of Directors.
On her days off Dawn enjoys camping and hiking all across the United States with her husband and 3 teenagers.