General first contact for inquiries to MCBS undergraduate program curriculum.
Maintain e-mail list serve databases.
Graduate Seminar program assistant.
Assistant to all faculty for MyCourses, copier, general inquiries, computer work, etc.
Assistant to students, visiting prospective students and their parents.
Display booth contact person.
Building directory information.
Maintenance of Rudman and Spaulding Hall people locations/mailing lists; mail sorting and delivery.
Project SMART web site maintenance.
COLSA Dean’s Office assistant for Open House.
COLSA Undergraduate Research Conference Co-Chair.
UNH Operating Staff Council Member.
Camping, motorcycling, cross-country skiing. I am a regular American Red Cross Blood Donor, and I am on the International Bone Marrow Donor Registry and Organ Donor Registry.
Favorite Part of the Job:
I very much enjoy assisting my faculty and students in any way necessary to help them meet their needs. I strive to always be a part of the solution rather than a part of the problem, to be approachable, and to provide the best customer service possible. “Assistant” is the key word in my job title. Accountability, honesty, integrity, and a strong work ethic are my daily, life-long goals. I enjoy being assigned new tasks as well as learning all I can about getting things done in the best, most efficient way possible. When asked, my reply is often “how can I help you meet your need?”
I can be found in:
- Molecular, Cellular & Biomedical Sciences, Rudman Hall Rm 111, 862-2250 on Mondays and Fridays.
- Thompson School of Applied Science, Cole Hall Room 148, 862-7025 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.