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May 2017 staff milestones

See a list of staff milestones for May 2017:

1 Year

Victoria Bailey; Asst Director, Call Center; Advancement: Wake Forest Fund
Ryan Patrick Bauder; Director of Operations; Athletics: Basketball – Women
Neel Parker Brooks; Assistant Director; WFUSB – MS Analytics
Christopher Thomas Coulter; Recruiting Asst – Fellowship; Athletics: Football
Peter G Duncan; President; Verger
Kyle Jay Huffman; Carpenter; FACS: Construction
Brandon Xavier Kennedy; Laundry Attendant; Graylyn: Rooms
Peter James Nowak; Dir, Creative Comm – Digital; Advancement: Digital Communications
Linda A. Shaytar; Administrative Coordinator; Advancement: University Development
Melissa D. Walker; Medical Office Manager; Student Health Service

5 Years

Forrest Earl Allred; Head Horticulturist; Reynolda Gardens
Christopher Edward Boston; Groundskeeper; FACS: Landscaping Services
Shan Bernard Brodie; Custodian; FACS: Custodial Services
Randy Scott Casstevens; Sr. Associate AD-CFO; Athletics: Administration
Barbara Dean Cochran; Transportation Assistant; Graylyn: Guest Services
James Leon Farrow; Night Audit Clerk; Graylyn: Rooms
Trina Nicole Brown Forrest; Custodian; FACS: Custodial Services
Jennifer Lane Hoover; Head Coach; Athletics: Basketball – Women
Ernold Johnson; Custodian; FACS: Custodial Services
Sam Tony Jordan; Custodian; Reynolda Village
Sandra Marie Kokkonos; Executive Assistant; Provost’s Office
Willie E Lennon; Custodian, Team Lead; FACS: Custodial Services
Brenda Esi McGrail; Executive Assistant; Vice President for Campus Life
Noel Walter Melton; Network Analyst, Senior; IS: Infrastructure
Michael Douglas Terry; Assistant Coach; Athletics: Basketball – Women

10 Years

10; Susan West Parrott; Certification Administrator; Registrar’s Office
10; Joy Truluck Scheidt; Asst Director, Law Development; Advancement: Law School Development

15 Years

15; Travis G. Asbury; Groundskeeper; FACS: Landscaping Services
15; Jenny Elizabeth Bush; Property Administrator; Real Estate

20 Years

20; Sharon Bohannon Melnik; Assistant Director; Conference Services
25; Prentice E. Armstrong; Accountant; Library – ZSR

Comings and goings for April 2017

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Comings:

Atkins, Christina Richards; Director of Records; Advancement: Gifts/Records
Barricelli, James R; Executive Director; WFUSB-MA Program Admin
Chen, Chunyan; Adjunct; ITS – Chinese
Craddock, Cory James; Security Officer; University Police
Gellar-Goad, Jake Alexander; Administrative Assistant; Wake Forest Scholars
Hardy, Montel Nicholas; Recruiting Asst – Fellowship; Athletics: Football
Harrell, Stormy Lynne; Collections Manager; Anthropology: Museum
Heffner, Steven Miller; Staff Physician I; Student Health Service
Hough, Ashley; Security Officer; University Police
Inzko, Hannah Ivy; Director Academic Technology; IS: CIO
Jackson, Aldeen Hiawatha; Shuttle Driver; Parking & Transportation
Johnson, Joseph Nathanael; Police Officer; University Police
Jones, Patrick Neal; Game Day Assistant; Athletics: Game Day Operations
Onocha, Immanuela Akpesiri; EHS Specialist; EHS
Owen, Courtney Leigh; Assistant Coach; Athletics: Soccer – Women
Parks, Michael Paul; Service Technician; FACS: Maintenance Team 2
Phillips, Harriet; Law Exam Monitor; Law: Registrar’s Office
Pilcher, Jennifer Marie; Desk Clerk; Graylyn: Rooms
Scales, Jessica LeAnn; Case Manager; Office of Dean of Students
Smith, Mackenzie Shea; Assistant Director, Multimedia; Athletics: Multimedia
Taylor, Cordeshia Sharae; Shuttle Driver; Parking & Transportation
Tedder, Gregory R; Police Officer; University Police
Van Dorsten, Katherine B; Special Projects Coordinator; Strategy and Operations
Wooten, Randi Lauren; Police Officer; University Police

Goings:

Ballard, Brett Lee; Athletics: Basketball – Men
Benford, Carol Ann; Dean of Wake Forest College
Byrd, Kelsey Irene; Graylyn: Rooms
Childress, Heather McBride; WFU Art Collections
Fauser, Nancy Elaine; Biology
Gantt, Donald Reed; FACS: Custodial Services
Hart, Sherman R.; Reynolda House: Facilities
Hart, Wanda K.; Reynolda House: Facilities
Hennessey, Millicent Scotten; President’s Office
Jessee, Megan E.; Athletics: Soccer – Women
Jones, Marc Francis; FACS: Custodial Services
Murphrey, Gracely; Athletics: Sports Marketing
Ridge, Jane Overly; IS: Infrastructure
Stokes, Loyd Wade; Advancement: National Major Gifts
Thore, Katherine Ebert; Law: Elder Clinic
Verheyen, Jason Frederic; IS: Client Services
Waddell, Kaitlin Starr; Reynolda House: Store
Wilson, Daniel M.; IS: Infrastructure
Ziegler, McKenzie Elizabeth; Advancement: National Major Gifts

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University Police Department moves into Alumni Hall

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Alumni Hall

The spring semester has opened with the Wake Forest University Police Department in a new home.  During the winter break, the police department moved into Alumni Hall, where University Advancement and Parking and Transportation are also located.

The police department moved into the area of Alumni Hall formerly occupied by Residence Life and Housing and the Deacon OneCard office, which moved into the newly-built Maya Angelou Residence Hall.

The police department is inviting students, faculty and staff to Alumni Hall on Feb. 1 to help the department celebrate having its first new home since the 1980s.  An open house will be held from 2 to 4 p.m.

Visitors, including off-campus community partners, will be taken on guided tours following brief opening remarks by various speakers and a ribbon cutting formally opening the department’s new offices.  Light refreshments will be served.

“We are pleased to be in our new professional and welcoming space. We can much better serve our community and meet the day to day operational needs of the University Police Department,” said University Police Chief Regina Lawson, who joined the department in 1989.

Until now, Lawson had worked her entire Wake Forest career in the department’s former offices in the H.S. Moore Building located at the far southern end of campus.  They had shared the building with Facilities and Campus Services.

“All of us in the University Police Department hope to see many of our campus community members and off-campus community partners at our open house,” Lawson said.  “As chief, I would like to see our students, faculty, staff and others become familiar with our new home and more familiar with all of us who are committed to serving Wake Forest.”

The police department’s business offices are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. People can call the department 24/7 on its emergency line, 336-758-5911, or its business line, 336-758-5591.

At present, the police department’s communication center remains in Davis Residence Hall.  It is open to receive visitors 24/7.  The center will move into Alumni Hall this spring.

November 2016 staff and faculty milestones

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Comings and goings for October 2016

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Comings and Goings for September 2016

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October 2016 faculty and staff milestones

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