Woods College Faculty

Claudia Pouravelis

Associate Dean of Enrollment Management & Student Engagement

Adjunct Faculty


Experienced higher education professional with a focus on non-traditional and graduate education.   

Selected Professional Experience

2016 – Present, Associate Dean, Enrollment Management & Student Engagement, Boston College, Woods College 

2012 – Present, Adjunct Faculty, Various Higher Education Graduate Programs

2012 – 2016, Associate Dean, Graduate & Non-Traditional Student Academic Affairs, Regis College

Selected Presentations

Pouravelis, C. “How to Engage Adults in the Institutional Mission While Designing Programming to Fit their Needs,” The EvoLLLution, November 27, 2018.

Pouravelis, C. “Student Formation for Continuing Education: The Boston College Woods College Manresa Experience,” Association for Continuing Higher Education Conference, October 2018.

Nussbaum, A. & Pouravelis, C. “Theory, Perception and Reality: The NonTraditional, International Student Experience at Boston College.” International Education Week, Boston College, November 2016.

Burns, J., Tomic, A., & Pouravelis, C. “Admin Whisperers: Making the Case to Central Administration” University Professional and Continuing Education Association, Newport, RI, October 2016

Pouravelis, C. “Social Media: Staying Connected to Build a Better Future.” Society of Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging Spring Meeting, Portsmouth, NH, March 29, 2014.

Pouravelis, C., Vaccaro, P., & Romanucci, J. “David v. Goliath: Overcoming Graduate Recruiting Challenges at Small Colleges.” National Association of Graduate Enrollment Management, April 24, 2013 and New England Association of Graduate Admission Professionals Conference, November 18, 2011.

Pouravelis, C., Tomaino, S., & Romanucci, J. “Ordinary Events, Extraordinary Results.” New England Association of Graduate Admission Professionals Conference, Sacred Heart University, November 16, 2012.

Pouravelis, C. “Academic Achievement and Self Efficacy of Graduate Level Nursing Students: A Comparison of Continuing and Returning Students,” New England Educational Research Organization Conference (NEERO), May 3, 2012.