Director, Health Professions Advising
CAFLS Student Services
Office: 102 Long Hall
M.S. Higher Education
Florida State University 2013
Clemson University 2011
Jessica Owens directs Health Professions Advising at Clemson, collaborating with offices across campus to provide resources for students who are considering medical, dental, pharmacy, physician assistant, physical therapy, and occupational therapy school. She earned her Psychology degree from Clemson in 2011 before completing a Masters in Higher Education at Florida State University in 2013. She is currently pursuing her doctorate in Educational Leadership, bringing fresh perspective to her work with students.
Cox, B. E., Dean, J. & Kowalski, R. (in press). Hidden trauma, quiet drama: The prominence and consequence of problematic grieving among college students. Journal of College Student Development.
Kowalski, R. M., Morgan, C. A., Whittaker, E., Zaremba, B., Frazee, L., & Dean, J. (in press). Will they or won’t they: Secret telling in interpersonal interactions. Journal of Social Psychology.