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Assistant Dean of Students

Noah Henry-Darwish

Pronouns
He / Him

About Noah

Noah works in DOS to help coordinate the campus response and provide direct support for students in distress. Noah brings significant experience to the DOS team as a national leader in the field of non-clinical case management and behavioral intervention in higher education, and a focus on using assessment data to advance equity and remove systemic barriers to student success.

Originally from Eugene, Oregon, Noah has earned an M.Ed. in Student Affairs (University of Maryland), a B.A. in Psychology (Whitman College), and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Higher Education (University of Nebraska). In addition to his role at Stanford, Noah serves as the faculty chair for HECMA (Higher Education Case Managers Association) and is the Associate Editor for CAS (Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education).

Outside of work, Noah enjoys urban exploring, doing crossword puzzles, and spending time with his partner and their cat, Chai.