Welcome to CA-RA Fall 2016 Training - University of Georgia

Welcome to CA-RA Fall 2016 Training - University of Georgia

Overview University Housing 2018-2019 Mission Statement University Housing provides comfortable, affordable and secure

on-campus housing options in residential communities where the academic success and personal growth of residents are encouraged and supported. How do we live up the mission?

Values and Principles Living in University Housing has intrinsic worth realized through involvement in educational and social programs, self-governance, residentstaff collaboration, student employment

and personal responsibility. Individual rights and differences are recognized and respected. Diversity is valued and appreciated in the residential communities.

Values and Principles Integrity and dignity guide service to residents and the university community. A meaningful work environment is

provided that can lead to employee satisfaction and productivity. Stakeholders interests are considered in decisions that affect them. Sound fiscal management is essential. Quality of programs and services will

improve through ongoing assessment and evaluation. Training Expectations The information you will learn during training may help you in case of emergency, so please pay close attention, even if you are returning staff.

Please do not distract presenters and fellow staff members. Please turn OFF your all electronic devices. oYour cell phone should be stored

during training. oNo texting/tweeting/snapchatting/etc. during the presentations! Training Expectations Approach training with a positive attitude

Actively participate Ask for clarification Give things a try Be open to new ideas Training Expectations

Encourage others to share Differing opinions enrich our discussion Remain plugged in to the conversation at hand Use I statements

Whos Who in Executive Director of University Housing Linda Kasper

Assistant to the Executive Director John k c

i w Tra Director of Administrative Services and Communications

nis n e D a l r

Ca . r D Director of Facilities

Gary T homp son Director of Residential Programs and Services Mason Reuter

Administrative Associate for Residential Programs and Services e c i rn

a Sh wn o Br Associate Director for

Residence Life tt o c S on

t t Pa Security Coordinator g n

u Yo y k Ric Associate Director for Staff Development & Student Conduct

Dr. K eene r Sc o tt Senior Coordinator for Staff Development

th u r F a Dian Doctoral Intern for

Staff Development Lamesha Andrews Senior Coordinator for Staff Development & Student Conduct Ka

thr yn Ha ll Graduate Resident for Staff

Development and Student Conduct Erin Chisholm Senior Coordinator for Academic Initiatives

Vacant Coordinator for Student Leadership Tam a ra B

urke Graduate Resident for Student Leadership May aM a pp

Administrative Assistant for Staff Development & Student Conduct Ki mb erl

y Fa u st Administrative Assistant for

Staff Development & Student Conduct Gle nd a Wh

ea tle y Area Coordinator for Brumby, Russell & Creswell Communities John Wright

Administrative Assistant for Brumby and Russell ith m S ella

c r a M Brumby Hall Residence Hall Director for

Brumby Hall Han nah Mou ntfo rd

Graduate Resident for Brumby Hall la e m Pa

tt e s s Gri Graduate Resident for Brumby Hall

Macon Betts Graduate Resident for Brumby Hall rs e

t e P e c i d Can

Brumby Graduate Resident Matthew Watkins Russell Hall Residential Housing Director ky

c i R by r i K

Graduate Resident of Russell Hall y r r e

B d n a l Ry Graduate Resident for

Russell Hall Ben Fowler Graduate Resident for Russell Hall Im

ani Ha nd y Graduate Resident for Russell Hall

Tasha Silla Administrative Assistant for Creswell and Reed lie l a

H se o r G Creswell Hall

Doctoral Intern/ Residence Hall Director for Creswell Hall c M y

n a t t Bri el i

n Da Graduate Resident for Creswell Hall Emily Wallace

Graduate Resident for Creswell Hall OKeefe Johnson Graduate Resident for Creswell Hall

Juliann e OCon nell Reed Community Morris, Payne, Reed, and Building 1516

Residence Hall Director for Building 1516 Hea th er M acon

Residence Hall Director for Reed & Payne Halls Becca Morgan Graduate Resident for Morris Hall

Alexis Szelwach Area Coordinator for East Campus Village, University Village & Building 1516 Blake York

Administrative Assistant for ECV and UV Dale Jacobs East Campus Village (ECV) Busbee, McWhorter, Rooker, and Vandiver

Residence Hall Director for Busbee and Rooker Casey Lewis Residence Hall Director for McWhorter and Vandiver

Becki Bury University Village (UV) Residence Hall Director for University Village

David Strumpf Residence Hall Director for University Village Jayde Nelson

Area Coordinator for Myers & Hill Communities and Reed, Payne & Morris Halls Ricky Boggs Administrative Assistant for Myers and Hill

Vickie Carithers Myers Community Mary Lyndon, Myers, Rutherford, and Soule Residence Hall Director for Myers Community

Steven Campbell Hill Community Boggs, Church, Hill, Lipscomb, Mell, and O-House Residence Hall Director for

Boggs, Church, and Hill RaeShelle DraytonGreene Residence Hall Director for Mell and Lipscomb Gaby Rojas

Residence Hall Director for Oglethorpe House Steven Brown Health Sciences Campus (HSC) Senior Coordinator for Health

Sciences Campus and Conference Services Madeleine Bordelon Administrative Assistant for HSC Joy Carter

Residence Hall Director for Brown Hall Desiree Johnson Doctoral Intern for Assessment and Evaluation Terah

TJ S tewart Housing Business and Human Resources (HBHR) Staff HBHR staff will work with you on your employee records and payroll information.

Their offices are located in Russell Hall. Human Resources Manager Mi ldr e

dA nd ers on Accountant for Business and Human Resources

Jane Ivey Human Resources Specialist Carrie Chitwood Human Resources Specialist

Nicole Spalding

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