Elizabeth Hughes Cranford, BA, MPA
Political Science, International Development and International Affairs
Elizabeth is the Administrative Assistant for the Political Science, International Development and International Affairs Department. Her duties include helping students with change of major forms, advisement, scheduling courses, and handling the deparmental budgets.
Elizabeth recieved her BA in political Science from Northwestern State University in Louisiana and her MPA from Louisiana State University.
Kimberly Scherlofsky, Ph.D
International Development Ph.D. Program
Kimberly Cox Scherlofsky is the Recruiter/Program Coordinator for the International Development Doctoral Program. Her duties include recruiting for the International Development program, enrolling current students in courses, coordinating all in-person sessions, and helping students from the beginning of their Ph.D. career all the way to graduation.
Kimberly received her Ph.D. from the University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria. Her dissertation studied alcohol and drug treatment programs among the incarcerated population and conducting a comparison of these methods between the United States and the European Union.
College of Arts and Letters