Dr. Beth Spencer
Dr. Beth Spencer worked at Georgia Tech for 10 years in a number of roles, including Senior Assistant Director for the Center for Academic Success (CAS); Pre-Teaching advisor (she was our first); and Academic Advisor II in Biomedical Engineering. Most recently, she served as the Director of the Center for Academic Success at the University of West Georgia. She holds a Ph.D. in History from Georgia State University, a M.Ed. in Adult Education from the University of Georgia, and a M.A. in Modern Social History from the University of Lancaster (UK).
Beth collaborates closely with the Complete College Georgia-Georgia Tech (CCG-GT) steering committee to ensure alignment of academic advising with CCG strategies. She works closely with the Registrar’s Office on the development and communication of academic policy and curriculum updates as they relate to advising. Finally, she serves as Georgia Tech’s representative on the USG’s Regent’s Advisory Committee on Academic Advising (RACAD) and advises GTAAN and other campus partners.
Justin Boone earned a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Dalton State College and an Master's of Science in Mathematics from Georgia Tech. Prior to joining the Center for Academic Success, he worked in Georgia Tech's School of Math as a graduate teaching assistant. Justin has been an instructor for learning support mathematics and leads the ITTPC CRLA certified training course. He strives to maximize the benefits that students receive from their college experience.
Outside of work, Justin's interests include reading, camping, fishing, and learning.
Stephanie Reikes earned her Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering from The University of Iowa and her Master of Science in Mathematics from Florida State University. Stephanie has been working in higher education for over 7 years. She has held positions at The Ohio State University and Southern Methodist University. Most recently she came from Georgia State University where she was a Student Development Specialist. She specializes in working with student of all backgrounds, including at-risk students, students with disabilities, and student-athletes. Stephanie enjoys helping students create a strong math foundation.
Stephanie Reikes is currently the Math Learning Specialist for the Center for Academic Success at Georgia Tech where she teaches Learning Support and Pre-Calculus courses.
In her free time, she enjoys traveling, taking dance classes and working out.