Posted: September 25, 2006 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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Rawa Abdalla is a new assessment applications analyst in Institutional Assessment.
Erica Rene Barber is the new director of aquatics for the Fairfax Aquatic and Fitness Center.
Stephanie Boothe is a new graduation service specialist in the Office of the Registrar.
Kathy B. Cagle is the new client services specialist in the Office of Student Financial Aid.
Sean Curtin is a new classrooms technician in Electronic Classrooms.
Andrew Dougherty is a new library assistant in Fenwick Library.
David Driver is a new writer/editor in Creative Services. He formerly worked for the Baltimore Examiner and as a freelance writer.
Charles Fanshaw is the new director of Facilities Management.
Jingxiao Feng is the new manager for data mart support in the Information Technology Unit.
Carrie Gillotte, Information Technology Unit, retired.
Deborah Kostelnik is the new communications officer for University Police.
Praveen Kujal is a visiting research professor in the Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Science.
Tansy E. Matthews is the new associate director of the Virtual Library of Virginia.
Alina Menyaylenko is the new coordinator for programs and outreach in the Office of Diversity Programs and Services.
George Oden is the new security supervisor for University Police.
Jeffrey Palumbo is the new assistant coach for baseball in Intercollegiate Athletics.
James Patrick Rice is a new graduation service specialist in the Office of the Registrar.
Terri Russell is the new receptionist for the Purchasing Office.
Mark J. Sadler is a new support center specialist in the ITU Support Center.
Kimberly Saunders, acting director, Office of Diversity Programs and Services, has left Mason to accept a position at John Hopkins University in Baltimore, Md.
Bradley Schmidt is a new electrician in Facilities Management.
Christopher Spalleris a new HVAC technician in Facilities Management.
James Torres is the new assistant coach for wrestling in Intercollegiate Athletics.
Zeynep Uygur is the new office manager for Student Union Administration.
College of Education and Human Development
Elaisa Gosnell retired.
Ethel Hopkins, Kellar Institute for Human disAbilities, retired.
Amber Leigh Parker is the new program office manager, OES/OALPD.
Judith S. Stockton is the new technical assistance specialist in the Kellar Institute for Human disAbilities.
College of Health and Human Services
Helen R.Super is the new administrative office specialist for the School of Nursing.
College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences
Autumn J. Brown is a new research assistant in the Department of Psychology.
Heidi A. Bruce is the new director of development.
Louise L. Miller, Public and International Affairs, retired.
College of Science
Sheila Nicewarner is a new postdoctoral assistant research associate.
Bin Zhou is a new visiting scholar in the Center for Earth Observing and Space Research.
College of Visual and Performing Arts
Marilyn Jensen is a new publications coordinator.
Sarah C. Well, Dance, retired.
School of Law
Steven F. Reynolds is a new senior project assistant/coordinator.
Kyndra Rotunda is the new director of the Clinic for Legal Assistance to Servicemembers.
School of Management
Joseph Scoresby is a new operating systems analyst.
The Volgenau School of Information Technology and Engineering
Phyllis Maria Johnson is the new graduate admissions specialist.
William Roper, formerly professor in the Civil, Environmental and Infrastructure Engineering Department with a joint appointment as a research scientist in the School of Computational Sciences, is the new director of the Department of Environmental Services for Arlington County, which manages the critical areas of transportation, the environment and capital investment.