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Andrea S. Calloway

Andrea S. Calloway (she/her)

Assistant Director

  • COAS Honors Program
  • College of Arts & Sciences


Ms. Andrea S. Calloway has joined the HU family as the new Assistant Director of the Honors Program in the College of Arts and Sciences.  Ms. Calloway most recently served at Bowie State University (BSU) from Fall 2017 to Summer 2022, as a Lecturer and Undergraduate Program and Assessment Coordinator in the Management Information Systems (MIS) Department of the College of Business (COB). She also chaired the College's Alumni Engagement Committee and coordinated the Mentor Alliance Program. Ms. Calloway was essential in facilitating an MOU between BSU and the Census Bureau. She also participated in the National Science Foundation (NSF) Data Science and Analytics university-wide initiative, is a Morgan State University HBCU Blockchain Champion, and is an HP HBCU Tech Conference Campus Champion. 

Ms. Calloway enjoys student engagement, evident in her role as Freshman Seminar Robotics session facilitator, Faculty Advisor of the Bionic Bulldogs Robotics Club and Delta Sigma Pi Professional Business Fraternity, Co-Faculty Advisor of the NSBE Collegiate Chapter, and advisor to the MIS Club while at Bowie State University. She is an assessment best practices expert – having served as Secretary of the BSU Committee for Assessment of Student Learning & Experience and Faculty Focus Lead for the College of Business Reaccreditation. She also served as a member of the Middle States Accreditation Standard 5 Team; and facilitator for the Association of Assessment Learning Exchange (AALHE) virtual discussions. In 2021, the College awarded Ms. Calloway the coveted COB Pillars of Success Award for Assessment; in 2022, she was awarded the Faculty Award for Mentorship.

Prof. Calloway received her BBA in MIS and MS in MIS from Pace University in New York, where she also taught in the School of Computer Science and Information System for twenty years. Her research areas include robotics, service-learning, blockchain, and data analytics. She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and enjoys traveling, reading, cooking, and outdoor recreation.

We are excited and proud that Ms. Calloway has decided to join the COAS Honors Program team.  Her expertise in program planning, assessment, leadership, pedagogy, and student-focused experiences will enrich the experiences of our COAS Honors Students.

Education & Expertise


Information Systems

Pace University


Computing, Programming, STEM, Data Analytics, Computational Thinking, Robotics, Assessment, Service Learning, Blockchain



Co-PI, NSF INCLUDES HBCU-UP Targeted Infusion Program, “Providing a Data Science and Analytics approach to the Honors Curriculum at Howard University” - $400,000 grant