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College of Arts and Sciences

Arts & Sciences Dean's Office Team

Michell Anderson (manders2), Sr. Coordinator, College Student Advising
Sharon Brown (sbrown), Staff Assistant
Sandra (Sam) Kerr (stitch), Coordinator of Marketing
Roxanne Keeney (rkeeney), Business Manager, Executive
  Ann O'Grady (ogrady), Coordinator College Affairs
Diana Waggener (dream), Editor
Susan Woirhaye (woirhaye), Office Assistant, Sr.

Michell Anderson, Sr. Coordinator, College Student Advising, joined the Dean's Office in August 2010. 
Her responsibilities include:

  • Coordinating advising and related activities in the College and addressing concerns of students and faculty. ·  Liaison to UW Student Affairs units such as the Office of the Registrar, Center for Advising and Career Services, Admissions, and others involved with students’ academic matters. 
  • Evaluating and acting on requests for exceptions to University and College rules, regulations, and requirements.
  • Organizing and managing academic information for faculty, students and staff. 
  • College undergraduate recruitment initiatives.

Sharon Brown, Staff Assistant, has been with the Dean's Office since 2000 and with UW since 1984. 
Her main responsibilities to the college are:

  • Maintain Dean's daily schedule
  • Coordinate/support monthly Heads meetings, monthly Teaching Committee meeting and bi-weekly Central Committee meeting, weekly Cabinet meeting, and spring and fall faculty meeting
  • Serve as UW's Liaison with EvaluationKIT software company for on-line course evaluations and on-line advisor evaluations
  • Administrate the College on-line Teaching Evaluations and Advising Evaluations
  • Coordinate Fall and Spring commencement
  • Plan/coordinate New Faculty Orientation, New Heads Orientation, and Heads Retreat

Sandra (Sam) Kerr, Coordinator of Marketing, has been with the Dean's Office since 1995 and with UW since 1991.
Her main responsibilities to the college are:

  • Photograph A&S events, personnel, or materials, meet with clients to discuss events or photograph options and settings, design and prepare layout of various digital image files for presentations at College functions.
  • Assist the Businesses Manager in accounting procedures to include preparation and posting of requisitions, payment vouchers, field purchase orders, interdepartmental requests, travel vouchers, etc.  help train support staff as needed in these areas.  Backup for departments when accounting procedures need to be done, and the regular staff member is out.
  • A&S office support to include: preparation of monthly UW Foundation Fund Reports for college departments, secretarial support for committees as needed, supervision of Work Study students, provide secretarial support for all office personnel as needed, coordinate front office tasks, reconcile P-cards, and assist departments as needed.

Roxanne Keeney, Business Manager, Executive joined the Dean's Office in August 2010. 
Her main responsibilities to the college are:

  • Staff Relations
  • Budget Management
  • Office Management
  • Summer School

UW A&S Administration

Ann O'Grady, Coordinator of College Affairs, has been with the Dean's Office since 1990 and with UW since 1989.
Her main responsibilities to the college are:

  • Coordinate A&S reappointment, tenure, extended-term, and promotion procedures with faculty and academic professionals.  Coordinate the T&P and Extended-Term committee.   
  • Manage the A&S department and faculty distribution lists and database.
  • A&S web site and electronic committee voting.

UW A&S Administration

  • Develop, write for, edit, design and supervise production of college publications, including A&S Report and A&S You Like It.
  • Work directly with personnel at University Relations to coordinate UW internal communications, community relations, and external relations. Oversee content of all communications representing the College of Arts and Sciences.
  • Oversee one to two writing interns per semester.
  • Develop, write for, edit, design and supervise production of various promotional publications, including the Keith and Thyra Thomson Honors Convocation and A&S Awards Banquet printed programs; commencement programs, Outstanding Graduate Breakfast printed program; flyers; brochures; direct mailing pieces; and more.
  • Serve as an ex-officio member of the board of visitors as their link to public relations

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