Chandice Haste-Jackson (she/her/hers)
Interim Director, First-Year Seminar
Associate Teaching Professor, Falk College
Chandice Haste-Jackson teaches courses on relationships and gender roles, youth and family development, and diversity, equity and inclusion in the Falk College’s Department of Human Development and Family Science. She coordinated the First-Year Gateway course for undergraduate students in Falk College and taught both large group (all college) and small group (major concentration) within the program. Haste-Jackson previously coordinated the undergraduate internship program and supervised graduate students in their applied research internships. She earned a Ph.D. in child and family studies from Syracuse University, an M.S. in behavioral sciences from Cameron University, and a B.A. in cultural anthropology from Syracuse University. Haste-Jackson has both domestic and international training, teaching and program development experience in diversity and inclusion, intercultural communication and youth development. She has over 20 years’ experience in non-profit administration.
Jimmy Luckman (he/him/his)
As program coordinator, Jimmy Luckman supports operational aspects of FYS 101, communicates with lead instructors and peer leaders, and manages leadership development opportunities. Before coming to Syracuse University, Luckman earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology, with a double minor in women and gender studies and African and African American studies from SUNY Brockport, and a master’s degree in counseling and student affairs from Northern Arizona University. Luckman also is an FYS 101 Lead Instructor, C.A.R.E. Facilitator and has been a part of the Queer Mentorship Program at Syracuse University.