Ms. Pamela CosgroveClerical Specialist 405B White Hall
In June of 2006, I was employed by the Department of Research and Evaluation Bureau (BRTS), as a student worker, entering data and transcribing commentaries. In July of 2006, a reciprocal agreement was made with BRTS, and the Department of Educational Foundations and Special Services (EFSS), for a position to assist the full-time staff member in EFSS, with departmental responsibilities, related to the academic schedule. In June of 2007, I was offered a part-time staff position with the duties of an academic scheduler, for the Department of Lifespan Development and Educational Sciences (LDES). Responsibilities included building and scheduling courses, assisting students with registration issues and overrides, processing faculty loads, collecting office hours, and syllabi, by utilizing; Banner, Data Collection Utility (DCU) Section Planning and Feedback System (SPFS), Outlook Microsoft Office, Research Planning and Institutional Effectiveness (RPIE), for the following program areas: Educational Psychology (EPSY), Instructional Technology (ITEC), Rehabilitation Counseling (RHAB), and School Psychology (SPSY).
Janet CreamerSenior Secretary 325 White Hall
Area: LDES - CHDSjcreamer@kent.edu
I currently possess an associate's degree in secretarial science and have begun the trek of acquiring a bachelor's degree since arriving at Kent State University. I began my employment with Kent State University in November 1997 in the College of Business. I joined EHHS in January 2001 to assume the position of Senior Secretary in the Counseling and Human Development Center (CHDC), which I have titled "Kent State's hidden treasure." The counseling center provides counseling for both the Kent State University community and residents of the general community. I work closely with the Director of the CHDC and oversee the day-to-day operations of the center. I appreciate the experience and exposure I receive interacting with the clients, faculty and staff of EHHS, and look forward to the continuing challenges and rewards the environment presents.
Ms. Joyce HananAdministrative Clerk 310 White Hall
Jill JohnsonAdministrative Assistant 405 White Hall
I currently manage all the school budgets, process all hiring forms and contracts for all our faculty. l manage the clerical staff and oversee the day to day operations of the school. I live with my husband of 38 years in Kent with our little Maltese "Daisy". We have two grown children, a son and a daughter along with three wonderful little grandsons. We enjoy time with our grandsons, family and good friends. I enjoy reading and any type of needlework and decorating.
Marcia KiblerAdministrative Clerk
I was hired in January, 1995 in the Department of Educational Foundations and Special Services as a Word Processor Operator. This position was held through September, 2001. I then accepted a position at NEOUCOM as a Program Secretary through the Office of Graduate Education working closely with the NEOUCOM/School of Biomedical Sciences master’s/doctoral program at KSU through September, 2006. I re-applied and was once again hired at KSU within the same department and employed in my current role in the School of Lifespan Development and Educational Sciences in October, 2006. Among all of my important responsibilities, my primary role is to assist program coordinators and faculty in creating/updating the schedule of classes for the academic semesters and summer sessions as well as problem solving registration issues students may encounter through Flashline.