Student affairs staff
Responsible for coordinating curriculum and class scheduling for all UMSI degree programs. Works with students for any of their registration needs, such as course overrides, reviewing course-based waivers, and drop/add/modify/swap requests. Provides student data reporting for internal and external purposes.
Leads advising, programming, and related activities for all UMSI students who seek to participate in global programs. Manages UMSI's signature global engagement programs, including the Global Information Engagement Program (GIEP), Peace Corps partnerships, study abroad opportunities, and other global experiences. Develops and facilitates on-campus events and programming aimed at promoting deep global learning and intercultural awareness.
Provides career counseling and advising on job search strategies, resumes, cover letters, and interviewing with a focus on internships for first year students. Coordinates the UMSI Internship Program, which includes monitoring of credit-based internships. Schedule an appointment with Katie.
Provides oversight for the development, implementation and administration of academic and student affairs activities for UMSI. This includes academic and financial aid advising, recruitment and admissions, registration and student records, student life and other student related activities serving PhD, masters, and undergraduate students.
Oversees the functional areas of recruiting, admissions, academic programs and services, and student affairs.
Linh provides academic advising for current students in the Bachelor of Science in Information program, including assisting students with a range of concerns related to academic success and personal well-being. Linh uses a holistic and strengths-based approach when working with students—integrating students’ background, experiences and values to support student’s goals and development during and beyond their time at the University of Michigan.
Devon develops, leads, facilitates, manages, and supports OSA outreach, recruitment, and retention efforts for external transfer students to attract students to and prepare them for the University of Michigan Bachelor of Science in Information program. Collaborates regularly with external university partners, school leadership, faculty and staff from within the school and university in order to contribute to the achievement and maintenance of a diverse, equitable, and inclusive community in the School of Information.
Manages the graduate program in Health Informatics, a joint program of the School of Information and the School of Public Health. Responsible for the oversight of recruitment, admissions, academic services, career services, and communications for the program. Also provides academic advising.
Leads a cross-disciplinary team with the goal of facilitating transformational, high-quality engaged learning experiences for all UMSI students. Oversees the management, coordination, facilitation, and teaching of programs related to community and industry engagement, civic technology, global experiences, and design, innovation, and entrepreneurial initiatives. Schedule an appointment with Kelly.
Oversees all career development activities for the school. Provides career counseling and job search advising to second-year students. Manages employer relations and development, on-campus recruiting activities and the UMSI Internship Program. Schedule an appointment with Joanna.
Manages the undergraduate program in Information. Oversees recruitment, admissions, academic services, career services, and communications for the program. Also provides academic and career advising to undergraduate Informatics students enrolled in or considering the social computing track. Schedule an appointment with Katy
Provides management of the Master of Science in Information (MSI) program operations, including advising, curriculum planning, student life, and other student-facing aspects of the program.
Coordinates recruiting events, communicates with prospective students, oversees information mentors, and coordinates admissions processes.
Bachelor of Arts in History, Carroll University, December 2012
Supports master's and doctoral candidates as they progress through the program to graduation. Advises UMSI student groups; identifies, processes, and maintains student funding, serves as the connection to the Rackham Graduate School, and collaborates with candidates to ensure that academic requirements are achieved. Also coordinates UMSI Orientation and Graduation events.
Coordinates career programming such as on-campus recruiting, mock interviews, as well as the UMSI Network (student & alumni networking program). Provides administrative support for the Career Development Office, including the UMSI Internship Program and Alternative Spring Break. Acts as system administrator for iTrack. Provides part-time job search advising to incoming and current students, as well as resume reviews.