Posted: January 4, 2005 at 1:00 am, Last Updated: November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am
This periodic Daily Gazette column highlights the comings and goings of George Mason faculty and staff, as well as promotions and job changes within the university. Send information to email@example.com.
Lisa Andion is the new instructional support manager in the Instructional Resource Center. She previously worked at the U.S. Naval Academy as a Blackboard technician.
Yolanda Coles is a new administrative assistant in the Office of the President.
James “Buzzy” Correll is the executive director of the Patriot Club at George Mason University. Correll came to Mason from North Carolina State University, where he worked at the Wolfpack Club, most recently as the associate director in charge of marketing and operations of donor services, lifetime seating rights, basketball and
football tickets, specialty clubs, donor travel, and special events.
Jules Duval is a new physician in Student Health Services.
Barry Freese is a new computer systems engineer in the Technology Systems Division of the Information Technology Unit.
Madeleine French is a new administrative assistant in Admissions.
Cheryl Ann Hunte is the new senior academic coordinator in Intercollegiate Athletics.
Robert Kitchens is a new police officer with University Police.
Paul Koncir is the new assistant coach for women’s volleyball in Intercollegiate Athletics.
Tracy Lee, Development, formerly director of corporate and foundation relations, was promoted to associate vice president.
Dorothy Lockaby is the new coordinator for reference and instruction at the Johnson Center Library.
Calvin Scott is a new grounds worker in the Physical Plant.
Jennifer Stevens is the new humanities reference/liaison librarian in Fenwick Library.
Chris Stromme, administrative assistant in the Office of the Provost, retired.
Joseph Verbanic is the new head coach for softball in Intercollegiate Athletics.
James Young, reference and instructional services librarian and New Century College instructor, is leaving the university to become director of libraries and IT at Harrisburg University.
College of Arts and Sciences
Artalissa Dunn is the new assistant to the director of the Center for Study of Public Choice.
Constance Kadala is the new research officer for the Psychology ARCH Lab.
Heather Meyers is the new interim director of the Bachelor of Individualized Studies Program.
Beth Secrist is the new coordinator of the Technology Across the Curriculum program. She comes to Mason from the University of Tennessee where she was director of the Language Resource Center and provided instructional technology training to faculty and graduate students.
College of Education and Human Development
Brenden Roy is the new licensure and undergraduate advising specialist.
College of Nursing and Health Science
Tanneh Kamara is a new administrative assistant.
School of Law
Kenneth Davis is the new senior project and web development assistant.
School of Management
Holly Davis, director of development, is leaving the university.
Dan Mackeben is the new director of marketing communications. He comes to Mason from Menlo College in Atherton, Calif., where he served as the director of alumni relations and communications.
School of Public Policy
Adrian Vaughn is the new director of the Women’s Business Center.