Dr. Stephanie N. Cage is the associate director for the Lynne and Henry Turley Memphis Center, where she oversees and evaluates the development of student fellowships and experiential learning opportunities in Memphis. She also teaches in the Urban Studies program. As a native of Memphis, Tennessee, she completed her doctoral studies at the University of Memphis in Higher and Adult Education. She also holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management and a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies from the University of Memphis. Her research interests include engaged learning, enrollment services, leadership, and student success and retention. Her recent work focuses on incarcerated students’ learning experiences. Prior to joining Rhodes College, Dr. Cage served as University Registrar for Louisiana State University (Alexandria). She has taught courses such as U.S. Incarceration Trends & Issues, Introduction to Sociology, Family in the Global Perspective, Academic Success, and Library Instruction.
M.A., Liberal Studies, University of Memphis
B.B.A., Management, University of Memphis