Stacy Andes, MA, EdD
Stacy received her bachelor's degree in psychology and master's degree in clinical psychology from Marywood University. In 2010, she completed her doctorate in health care education and wrote her dissertation on undergraduate non-medical prescription drug use. Stacy spent four years working in Residence Life and Health and Wellness Education prior to joining Villanova's staff in 2002. From 2002-2006, Stacy directed the POWER peer educators and coordinated campus-wide events and initiatives, such as the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt display. Currently, Stacy leads the Health Promotion staff in creating, building on and improving upon resources and services. Stacy teaches the Healthy Living Learning Community program in Katharine Hall and is available for consultation on a variety of health topics including alcohol and other drugs, sexual assault, sexual health, sleep, stress management, and national health trends and initiatives. Currently, Stacy serves as the the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) Director and has also served as past Chair for the Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Coalition for the American College Health Association, both for the American College Health Association. She also recently served on a national leadership team that revised the standards of the field for health promotion. Stacy also serves as on the Sexual Assault Resource Coordinator (SARC) team and is a facilitator for the Where is the Love? bystander intervention training program.