Posted: August 5, 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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Dave Andrews, formerly a public relations coordinator, is now an associate manager in the Office of Media and Public Relations.
Hilda Dan-Archibong is the occupational safety officer with the Office of Environmental Health and Safety.
Barbara Berger, Office of Student Financial Aid, retired.
Kristin Bonifer is a new graduation services specialist in the Office of the Registrar.
Paul Bowden, formerly director of Compliance for Mason Athletics since 2006, has been promoted to associate athletic director for compliance.
Katherine Burgess is a new registration and records assistant in the Office of the Registrar.
Edmund Daniels is the new assistant director for administration and personnel in Facilities Management.
Kristine Davison is a new communications officer for University Police.
Leah Fogarty is the new senior writer in Creative Services. She previously worked for Home Buyer Publications as an associate editor and managing editor.
Shalise Forti is the new office manager for the Office of International Programs and Services.
Andrew Gerard, formerly head coach of the men’s track and field program for the past three seasons, is now director of the men’s and women’s track and field program for the Patriots.
Kevin Holmes, formerly associate director in the Office of Admissions and Enrollment Development, was named director of undergraduate recruitment for the office following a competitive national search. Holmes has BA and MA degrees from Mason.
Margaret Jones, University Police, retired.
Joy Lewis is a new administrative assistant in Human Resources and Payroll.
Larry Marca is a new network engineer in TSD – Network Engineering and Technology.
Heather Parker is a new officer with University Police.
Hortense Rascoe is the new judicial affairs officer for University Life.
Gretchen Reynolds is a new social science liaison librarian at the Arlington Campus library.
Nena Rogers, formerly director of the Life Skills Program in Mason Athletics for the past seven years, has been promoted to associate athletic director for life skills.
Salvatore Simonetti is a new cashier in the Cash Office.
Jacqueline Sipes is the new instructional design librarian for University Libraries.
Maria Vance is a new grants accountant in the Office of Sponsored Programs.
Stephanie Werhane is a new web content specialist for TSD Client Relations.
Catalina Wheat is a new payroll specialist in Human Resources and Payroll.
Alexander Yun is a new applications analyst in TSD – Database Application Services.
College of Education and Human Development
Jeanne Bailey, CREST, retired.
Jonathan Pierce is the new business manager.
Lori Shelby is a new assistant professor in the School of Recreation, Health and Tourism.
College of Health and Human Services
Beverly Boyd, Academic Outreach, retired.
Mona Ternus is the new director of academic outreach.
Frank Whittington is the new associate dean for academic affairs.
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Crystal Harris-Harlaux is the new graduate academic advisor in the Department of Administration of Justice.
Amy Lambrecht is the new director of development.
Charles Richard Milling is the new administrative coordinator for the Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies program.
Sarah Nelson is a new research assistant in the Department of Psychology.
Maria Quintana is a new assistant professor in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages.
Seema Sawhney is a new budget analyst.
David Weisburd is a new distinguished professor in the Department of Administration of Justice.
College of Science
Thomas Duxbury is a new research professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy.
College of Visual and Performing Arts
Daniel Hagedorn is a new web coordinator for the Center for the Arts.
Hyla Helsel is the new publications coordinator for the Center for the Arts.
School of Law
Rae Ellen Best, Law Library, retired.
Claude Kicklighter is the new director of the Critical Infrastructure Protection Program.
Adam Mossoff is a new associate professor.
Cynthia Myers is the new head of technical services for the Law Library.
Christopher M. Newman is a new assistant professor.
School of Management
Minder Chen, associate professor, retired.
Amitava Dutta, professor and LeRoy Eakin Chair, is the new information systems and operations management area chair.
James Harvey, associate professor, is the new marketing area chair.
Joseph Kelleher is a new IT and faculty support technician.
David Kravitz, professor, is the new management area chair.
Anne Magro, associate professor, is the new accounting area chair.
David Riddick is the new director of business development.