Warhawk Academic Success Center
The Warhawk Academic Success Center is a one-stop shop for all of your academic support needs. Our team members are dedicated to helping you. We look forward to supporting as you achieve your goals!
Free Academic Support
AUM Library, Room 225
Monday — Thursday
9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Dr. Paul Fox
Our Support Services
The WASC is here to serve you. We can work with you in person, via email, phone, Zoom, or Blackboard Collaborate.
AUM Tutor Spotlight
What Krish enjoys about tutoring in the ISL
Interacting with a diverse group of students and participating in discussions that broaden my horizons while bringing students closer to academic success.
Meet the Team
Senior Director, Clinical Assistant Professor
Senior Director, Clinical Assistant Professor | College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
MA, PhD, Auburn University
Bio: Dr. Fox joined the AUM family in fall 2016. He serves as Director of the Warhawk Academic Success Center (WASC) and is a member of the History Department. His passion for teaching and helping students inside the classroom led him into the arena of student success and retention. Assisting students achieve their academic goals and become lifelong learners motivates his work.
Outside of the WASC, Dr. Fox is an historian of seventeenth and eighteenth century Britain with a focus on Scottish ecclesiastical politics. Prior to coming to AUM, he taught at Kennesaw State University, Columbia State Community College, and Auburn University.
Tutoring Services Coordinator
Tutoring Services Coordinator
Bio: After graduating high school, Christine attended Huntingdon College here in Montgomery where she majored in art and psychology. She later received her Master’s in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) from Eastern Michigan University. For the past seven years she has been an ESL Instructor at AUM. She and her husband have three boys, all of whom give her ample opportunities for teaching and learning every day.
Growing up, she often interacted with people from other cultures through her father’s job. This fostered a love of not only learning about these cultures, but also supporting others’ growth through teaching. To Christine, it’s very gratifying to witness a student suddenly understand a concept they had been struggling with. She believes these moments create confidence and motivate students to continue putting in the work it takes to be successful academically.
Bio: Chanell Davis has worked at Auburn University at Montgomery since 2011. As Associate Director, her goal is to create and implement events and programming that encourage academic excellence and increase student retention. As a first-generation college student, she is fully aware of the obstacles faced by first gen and underrepresented students and is truly committed to assisting them in succeeding in and beyond the classroom.
Chanell holds a Bachelor of Science in Recreational Therapy and Master of Education in Physical Education from Alabama State University. She is also an AUM alum with a Master of Education in Sports Management.