Brent Mosser, Ph.D.
Director, Academic Support and Student Disability Services
Dr. Brent Mosser has worked in higher education for 14 years, all in academic support. He graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a B.S. in mechanical engineering, but became interested in a career in education shortly thereafter. He worked as a high school physics teacher for two years before leaving to pursue a master’s degree in student affairs at Kutztown University in Pennsylvania. He was employed as associate director of two different learning centers – West Chester University (PA) and Ohio State University – before earning his Ph.D. in Higher Education at Ohio State. He began work at Johns Hopkins in October 2010, directing the Offices of Academic Support and Student Disability Services in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, while serving as an academic advisor to 50 freshmen. He transitioned to Homewood Student Affairs in September 2012 as the campus’ first professional staff member charged solely with directing services for students with disabilities. He resides in a northern suburb of Baltimore and has been married since Summer 2006. He has two children: a four year old boy and six year old girl.