Posted: July 15, 2008 at 1:00 am, Last Updated: November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am
This periodic column highlights the comings and goings of George Mason faculty and staff, as well as promotions and job changes within the university.
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Linette Anderson is a new grants administrator in the Office of Sponsored Programs.
Andrea Baruzzi is the new sciences and psychology liaison librarian at Fenwick Library.
William D. Clark University Services, is retiring this month.
Michelle Davis is the new assistant director for programming in Student Activities.
Donna Fox, assistant dean of undergraduate academic affairs for the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and the College of Science, will become associate dean for University Life, with specific responsibilities for administering the Honor Code process, as of July 25.
Mark Hoban is the new consortium loan services coordinator for University Libraries.
Christopher Jefferson is the new assistant director of student activities for Greek Life.
Samuel Mercedes, formerly a painter in Facilities Management, is now an HVAC technician assistant.
Kevin Miller is a new boiler operator in Facilities Management.
Patrick Miller, formerly a senior grants accountant in the Office of Sponsored Programs, is now a financial specialist.
Stephen Morehouse is the new director of capital and renovation management in University Services.
Terrence Oates is a new security officer for University Police.
Jane Pearson, formerly director of donor relations and communications in the Development Office, is now the director of leadership advancement. In this position, she will manage all research and special event activities associated with the university’s top-level donors and leaders.
Jacquelyn Nash is the new assistant director for the Freshman Center and University Transitions Program in Student Academic Affairs and Advising.
Erica Phillipy is a new office support assistant in Admissions.
Martha Sansaver is the new capital outlay project manager in Facilities Management.
Corey Schaut, formerly associate director of donor relations and communications in the Development Office, is now director of development communications.
David Schnopp Student Accounts, is retiring this month.
Blake Selinsky, formerly a registration/records assistant in the Office of the Registrar, is now a degree audit and award coordinator.
Maria Seniw, formerly assistant for donor relations and communications for the George Mason University Foundation, has been promoted to donor relations coordinator.
Zachary Shearer, formerly the lead AV technician in DoIt Classroom Technologies, is now the manager of Fairfax classroom support.
Lynn Siegel, Student Academic Affairs and Advising, is retiring this month.
Jack Smith, manager of the bookstores, is leaving Mason to manage the bookstores at Northern Virginia Community College. His replacement is Barb Headley, who has had experience at other Barnes & Noble bookstores at Harvard University, Boston University, the College of William & Mary and Georgia Tech.
Meghan Whitfield is a new third party account representative in Student Accounts.
College of Education and Human Development
Kim Kalthoff is a new administrative specialist in the Kellar Institute for Human disAbilities.
Robin D. Smith is retiring this month.
College of Health and Human Services
Rosemarie Brenkus, assistant dean emerita of nursing, is retiring this month.
Christena Langley, associate professor emerita of nursing, is retiring this month.
James D. Vail, associate professor of nursing, is retiring this month.
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
James Harvey is the new director of conferences.
Stephen K. Kuhn Administration of Justice, is retiring this month.
Amy Lambrecht is the new director of development. She came to Mason from the United States Holocaust Museum, where she was the director of corporate and foundation relations.
Anne O’Dell is a new coordinator for the Center for Global Studies.
Amanda Shoemaker is a new special assistant to the directors in the Center for History and New Media.
College of Science
Maryam Goudarzi is a new research associate in Life Sciences.
Arthur Stueck is a new visiting research associate.
Lindsay Wescott is a new health care compliance specialist in the Center for Proteomics and Molecular Medicine.
Dengrong Zhang is a new research associate professor in the Department of Earth Systems and Geoinformation Sciences.
School of Law
Adnan Farid is a new computing services technician.
Larry Robert Reeves is the new associate law librarian for administration.
School of Management
Clinton Reeder is a new information technology support technician.