Ozarks introduces new employees at opening workshop
Release Date: 8/22/2013
Several new employees were introduced during the University of the Ozarks' opening workshop, held Aug. 22, in the Rogers Conference Center.
The opening workshop was moderated by new U of O President Richard Dunsworth, who became the University's 25th president on June 1.
Among the new employees for the 2013-2-14 academic year at Ozarks are (seated, from left) Jordyn Ferrell, assistant women's basketball coach; Kimberly Maddox, business office assistant; Ashley Senter, director of alumni relations; Dr. Befrika Murdianti, assistant professor of chemistry; Elizabeth Yancey, housekeeper; Tanya Jeffcoat, associate program coordinator for the Academic Center for Excellence; Brandy Cogan, learning disabilities assistant; Erik Krauss, director of international student programs; Tara Richards, assistant tennis coach; (standing, from left) Stephen Adams, IT help desk coordinator; Rev. Elizabeth Gabbard, university chaplain; Dillon Buchanan, assistant men's basketball coach; Zachary Singleton, residence hall director and Seay Student Center coordinator; Lucas Hoiland, theatre technical director and manager of the Walton Arts & Ideas Series; Dr. Mathew Foley, assistant professor of chemistry; Dr. Charles "Pete" LeRoy, assistant professor of physical education; James Melson, maintenance technician; Donny Frost, maintenance technician; Jerry Melton, groundskeeper; and David Ferrell, men's basketball head coach.
Among those new employees not pictured are Dr. Rhonda Shook, assistant professor of communication and Jennifer Lillard, assistant softball coach.