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Admissions fills four vacancies

Spectrum Volume 19 Issue 08 - October 17, 1996

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions welcomed four admissions officers this summer, to fill vacancies created over the past two years.

G. Paul Carney joined the staff in August. He previously worked at Averett College in Danville, where he was an admissions counselor and was interim director of Career Planning and Placement Services. He holds an M.S. degree in College Student Personnel from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, where he served as an academic advisor and an admissions counselor while completing his studies.

Thyssene Frederick joined the staff in August, after a 10-year tenure in admissions at the State University of New York. She was coordinator of student ambassadors and assistant coordinator of internal recruitment at SUNY New Paltz, and most recently was an admissions counselor at SUNY Oswego. She anticipates completion of an M.S. in school counseling/counseling service this year.

Cathy L. Mills returned to the Admissions Office in September for a one-year appointment, having served previously as assistant director of honors and admissions in 1993-94. She also recruited for Virginia Tech in Texas in fall 1994, and worked on a research project for Admissions in summer 1995. She has an M.A. in English from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

Elizabeth Gellatly began work in August. She has an M.A. in college student personnel from Virginia Tech, and most recently has been scholarships coordinator in Tech's Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid. She has also worked in the areas of new-student orientation and residence life.