For me, it’s always been Lynn. Like our current students, I was a Lynn University student who relished in the beautiful Lynn campus, the spirited campus filled with caring mentors, the individualized academic curriculum, and the vast social engagement opportunities. Though Lynn has grown and flourished since its inception, these are the tenets that have stayed consistent for the university community. The focus on the individual has always been important; that human touch is still relevant for students today. Lynn University allows students to have an experience that’s truly their own.
Previously as an administrator, and now as a faculty member and academic advisor, I delight in the opportunity to connect students to our campus community, our academic opportunities, and a career network to explore. Lynn University’s internships and classroom experiences will impact students for a lifetime. I believe wholeheartedly in that kind of education, that sense of connection. I take pride in teaching at an institution that shares my values.
Kristen Migliano received her Ph.D. from Capella University in Organizational Management in 2010. Since 2010 Migliano has taught graduate courses in sports management and business management at Lasell College and Lynn University. Migliano's other experience in academe includes teaching undergraduate honors seminar courses, as well serving as a freshmen advisor and mentor.
Prior to entering Lynn University's College of Business and Management, Migliano spent 13 years as an athletics administrator with the Fighting Knights four as Associate Athletics Director and the last nine years as Director of Athletics. Outside of higher education, she has worked in public accounting, and as a business developer and recruiter for a career placement firm specializing in accounting and finance.
B.S., Lynn University
M.B.A., Lynn University
Ph.D., Capella University
As an educator Migliano strives to engage students in their propensity to learn and thrive in an educational environment. Students can expect Migliano to be prepared, concise, and organized in the delivery of course materials. She establishes an individualized working relationship with each student to best meet each student's learning style and professional schedule. Migliano expects students to be organized and responsive, and engaged in the course material. Open dialogue is encouraged. Education is a partnership Migliano enthusiastically encourages through cooperation with her students.
Human Resource Management