Dr. Shollenberger has worked in the field of higher education for 18 years. She earned her bachelor’s degree at Franklin Pierce College in Psychology. Then she earned her Master’s in Sport Psychology from Texas Tech University, earning her doctorate in education from North Carolina State University in 2014. Starting at High Point University in 2007, she has held a variety of roles, academic advisor, Director of Student Conduct, Assistant Dean of Students and Assistant Vice President for Student Life, she joined the faculty in the Stout School of Education in 2022. She teaches primarily in the doctorate program track for higher education. She researches in areas that include threat assessment teams in higher education, gun violence, policy/law and code review and women in leadership.