Elizabeth Krewson, PhD
Dr. Elizabeth Krewson is a Professor in the College of Arts & Sciences, Department of Behavioral Sciences at the University of Arizona Global Campus. She holds a PhD in Human Science from Saybrook University and an MEd in Counseling and BS in Recreation Management from Brigham Young University. She also completed a two-year post-graduate training program in Gestalt Therapy. Prior to joining the faculty in 2013, Dr. Krewson served as the Chief Academic Officer and the President/CEO of Ashford University for nine years. She has more than 35 years of experience in teaching and administration in higher education. She has authored numerous articles, book chapters, and books on topics including critical thinking, sociology of religion, and assessment of learning.
Dr. Krewson has four grown children and four young grandchildren. She returned to Scottsdale, Arizona when she left her administrative positions to be closer to her family. She is a lifelong adventure junkie. She has jumped out of airplanes, rappelled off the tallest building in San Diego, zip-lined in Costa Rica, flown over the NAZCA Lines in Peru, completed a 7-day, 150-mile footrace through the Sahara desert, and studied Shamanism in the Amazon jungle. She and her husband enjoy golf and scuba diving. She is fluent in Spanish and considers Mexico to be her second home.