Julie Servoss

Julie Servoss, M.D., M.P.H.


Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine


Associate Professor of Integrated Medical Science; Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion

Notable Accomplishments:

Dr. Servoss joined FAU in 2007, and in her current role she is responsible for the design, development, implementation, and management of a comprehensive diversity and cultural competency program in the College. She is a board‐certified gastroenterologist and internist, and serves as a role model for medical students and provides academic, personal and career counseling. She fosters student development and is integral to their success as they progress from matriculation through graduation. Dr. Servoss is board certified: ABIM Internal Medicine, initial certification 2002; recertification 2012; and ABIM Gastroenterology, 2006.


Jillian Coyle

Arts and Letters

Jillian is currently studying Interdisciplinary Studies and minoring in Leadership. Her advice to all students is to get involved. As the President of Sigma Kappa, she’s been able to cultivate her leadership skills while meeting new people and enjoying campus life. more

Kevin Jacques

College of Science

Kevin is double majoring in Chemistry and Biology and is an active member of the FAU student body. His advice to students is to use all the resources FAU has to offer to pursue opportunities that will ultimately enhance career prospects in the future. more

Eric Kelly


As board chair of the Health Beginnings Systems in Palm Beach County, Kelly leads a legislatively formed delegation of community leaders in the implementation of a multi-pronged strategy to successfully reduce those infant mortality rates in Palm Beach County. more


Gregg B. Fields, Ph.d., Fnai


Dr. Fields is a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors and a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. more