Office of the Dean
Linda Johnson, MFA, is an Associate Dean of the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters at Florida Atlantic University. She is part of an administrative team that manages a college with over 4000 majors. Her responsibilities include enrollment management, scheduling, faculty annual assignment and evaluation reviews, college technology and partner campus operations. In addition, she oversees the College’s dedicated facilities that includes: a 500 seat concert hall, two black box theatres, a four movie theater complex, two galleries, recording studios, digital fabrication lab, multimedia labs and numerous dedicated technology-enhanced classrooms on two campuses.
Barclay Barrios, PhD, Associate Professor of English, is an Associate Dean for the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters. Previously, he served as Director of Writing Programs for the department of English. He received his PhD from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, where he also helped to direct the writing program. His research focuses on writing program administration, digital media, pedagogy, and computers and composition and he is the author of the freshman composition reader Emerging: Contemporary Readings for Writers (Bedford / St. Martin’s, 2013). As an Associate Dean for Arts and Letters, he manages the college’s certificate programs and interdisciplinary majors, oversees Student Academic Services, and coordinates the college’s assessment and credentialing endeavors.
Adam C. Bradford, PhD, is Associate Dean of Graduate Studies in the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters. He is also Director of the College’s PhD program in Comparative Studies. He is responsible for overseeing the college’s graduate programs, facilitating successful recruiting, promoting the general welfare and productivity of the college’s graduate students, expanding and directing the college’s PhD program in comparative studies, and identifying extramural funding. He has previously served the college as Associate Chair of English, as a member of the Comparative Studies Executive Committee, as a faculty senator, and as a member of various departmental, college, and university committees.
Dr. Bradford earned his PhD in American Literature from the University of Iowa. He holds an MA in English from Brigham Young University and a BA from the University of Utah. His scholarly interests are in 19th Century American literature and culture, with particular interests in the poetry, print culture, and social rituals of the period. His monograph, Communities of Death: Whitman, Poe and the American Culture of Mourning was published by the University of Missouri Press in 2014. His scholarly work has also appeared in journals such as College Literature, the Walt Whitman Quarterly Review, the Edgar Allan Poe Review, and the Mickle Street Review, as well as in edited collections such as Sentimentalism in Nineteenth-Century America: Literary and Cultural Practices (Farleigh Dickinson, 2013) and Whitman in Context (Cambridge, forthcoming 2017).
Executive Assistant to the Dean & Coordinator, Administrative Services
Boca Raton Campus, AH 217, 561-297-3803
Linda Johnson, Professor, Graphic Design
MFA, Virginia Commonwealth University
Boca Campus, AH 214C, 561-297-3863
Katherine Wilson McCoy
Boca Raton Campus, AH 214A, 561-297-4225
Barclay Barrios, Associate Professor, English
Phd, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey
Boca Campus, AH 108, 561-297-4573
Adam C. Bradford, Associate Professor, English
PhD, University of Iowa
Boca Campus, AH TBD, TBD
Boca Raton Campus, AH 214A, 561-297-0155
Davie Campus, DW 303, 954-236-1106
Senior Director of Development and Outreach
Boca Raton Campus, AH 210, 561-297-3606
Development and Outreach Coordinator
Boca Raton Campus, AH 210, 561-297-2337
Director, Business & Financial Operations
Boca Raton Campus, AH 215A, 561-297-3300
Boca Raton Campus, AH 215, 561-297-2949
Senior Fiscal Assistant
Boca Raton Campus, AH 215C, 561-297-0852
Program Assistant, Business Office
Boca Raton Campus, AH 215D, 561-297-2513