Pavan M. Purswani is a seasoned Student Affairs Professional having worked in the field for over 15 years. Receiving his Master’s Degree in Counseling with a concentration in College Student Personnel from Shippensburg University and his Bachelor’s degree in Education from Bowling Green State University, Pavan realized that he was passionate about developing meaningful and educational relationships with students. During his time in the field, Pavan has worked at several institutions and gained experience at public and private institutions. Additionally, he has had the opportunity to develop a diverse set of skills in Case Management, Behavioral Intervention, Threat Assessment, Student Conduct, and Residential Life & Education, New Student Orientation, First Year Student Programs, Title IX and Civil Rights Investigation, Event Planning, Civic and Democratic Engagement, Multicultural Affairs as well as supervision and advising.
Pavan currently works as the Director for Student Support at the University of Baltimore where he helps oversee the Student Conduct Process, Student Assistance Program, Student Emergency Assistance Fund, Compass Case Management Program and serves as a Primary Title IX investigator for student cases. He is currently also pursuing his doctorate at Morgan State University in the Higher Education Administration program. In Pavan’s downtime he enjoys reading, all things Ted Lasso and spending time with his family and two dogs.