About Rishi Sriram, Ph.D.

Dr. Rishi Sriram (Rish-ee Sree-Rom) currently serves as Assistant Professor of Higher Education & Student Affairs, Graduate Program Director for the department of Educational Administration, and Faculty Master of Brooks Residential College, a living-learning community of approximately 400 students, at Baylor University.
Dr. Sriram spent eight years as a higher education and student affairs administrator before beginning his current role as a faculty member. As Assistant Dean for Student Learning & Engagement, he played a primary role in the development of living-learning programs at Baylor, as well as the establishment of a faculty-in-residence program. His administrative work won him a NASPA Excellence Award (Gold Honoree) and a Promising Practices Award from the NASPA Student Affairs Partnering with Academic Affairs Knowledge Community.
Dr. Sriram's research interests include student affairs practice, collaboration between academic and student affairs, and college student retention, engagement, achievement, and learning.
His work has been published in respected journals such as the Journal of College Student Development, the Review of Higher Education, the Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, and the Journal of College Student Retention. He has received several national and regional grants for his research.
He currently serves or has served on the editorial/review boards of the Journal of College Student Development, the Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, the College Student Affairs Journal, the Journal of The First-Year Experience & Students in Transition, the Journal of College and University Student Housing, ACPA's Developments, and as Director of Research for TACUSPA (Texas student affairs association). He also served as editor of Student Affairs On Campus, the TACUSPA journal he created as TACUSPA's Director of Research.
Dr. Sriram speaks at conferences or consults with colleges across the United States on issues pertaining to student affairs administration, college student success, living-learning initiatives, and talent/success. He currently has a book under contract that aims to help student affairs professionals understand and use quantitative research and statistics in their work.


Present Faculty Master, Brooks Residential College, Baylor University
Present Graduate Program Director, Educational Administration, Baylor University
Present Assistant Professor, Higher Education & Student Affairs, Baylor University

Curriculum Vitae



Contact Information

Baylor University
One Bear Place 97312
Waco, Texas 76798


Sriram on Academic & Student Affairs Integration (9)

Sriram on Student Affairs Practice (11)

Sriram on College Student Success (6)

Sriram Speaks (5)

Book Reviews (3)