Terri Mangione, Ph.D.
Dean of Students
As Dean of Students and Vice President for Student Affairs at LMU, Dr. Terri L. Mangione has responsibility for Student Psychological Services (SPS), Student Health Services, Community of Care, Off Campus Student Services, Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities, International Student Services, and LMU Cares.
Dr. Mangione is the former Vice President for Student Affairs and Title IX Coordinator at Canisius College where she also served as an adjunct Professor in the Master’s Program in Higher Education and Student Affairs. Terri also served as an accreditation team evaluator for the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. Dr. Mangione was an Assistant Professor in the Graduate School of Education at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, serving as Coordinator of the College Student Personnel Program. Terri was Senior Associate Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education at the State University of New York at Buffalo where she had oversight of the offices of Student Accounts, Student Financial Aid and Records and Registration.
Terri began her professional career at Canisius College in the Office of Financial Aid, later served as Director of Academic Advisement and Associate Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences.
Paul Vu, S.J., Ph.D.
Assistant Dean for Student Affairs
Dr. Paul H. Vu earned his B.A. in Psychology from The University of Texa at Austin. He attended the University of Missouri-Columbia, where he earned his masters and doctoral degrees in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis on acculturation and men’s issues. He completed his doctoral internship at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and was ordained as a Jesuit priest in 2011. At LMU, he is also a lecturer for the Department of Psychology and Asian Pacific American Studies.
Student Affairs Resource Coordinator
Lorianne works as the Student Affairs Resource Coordinator in the Dean of Students Office. She also serves as a Resident Minister through the Student Housing Office. In addition to these roles, she is involved on campus as an instructor with the Psychology Early Awareness Program (PEAP), the LMU Chronic Illness Group (CIG) and the Student Worker program.