Residential Life Staff Announced at CMU
Offering support for students living in residence halls
The residential life staff for the 2014-15 school year at Central Methodist University has been announced by Salum Stutzer, CMU assistant dean of student development.
The role of the residential life staff, which includes a hall director and at least one assistant on each floor of all residence halls, is to insure that students have a successful and positive experience in the halls.
Residence life provides students with an integral part of the education that develops well-rounded individuals, according to Stutzer. Although the responsibilities of the staff are broad, they include helping facilitate personal growth for the students, including emotional, social and physical well-being.
"I am really looking forward to working with this group to serve our students," Stutzer said. "During the interview process I got to know each member of the team well; and each individual brings a skillset that will facilitate the many dimensions of student engagement within a residential life setting."
Residential Life Staff for 2014-15
Woodward Hall: director Michael Rambo; assistants Raphael Norton, a freshman computer science major from Kansas City; Tyler Silvey, a sophomore nursing major from California; and Parker Johnson, a sophomore computer science major from Richmond.
McMurry Hall: director Keeyon Howard; assistants Alexandra Salva, a junior biology major from Sugar Creek; Kelsey Forqueran, a senior communication major from Malta Bend; Dakarayi Chabaya, a senior business major from chesterfield; Cassandra Heitman, a senior special education major from Hillsboro; and Cory Mason, a senior physical education major from Jefferson City.
Burford Hall: director Caleb Haynes; assistants Thomas Waggoner, a junior religion and church leadership major from Fayette; Jakob Junker, a sophomore sports management major from Warrenton; and Nicholas Holmes, a junior religion and church leadership major from Moreno Valley, Calif.
Holt Hall: director Rebecca Hartman; assistants Courtney Warford, a junior education major from Pattonsburg; Savannah Schaefer, a junior undeclared major from Glasgow; Karen Loera, a senior business major from El Paso, Texas; and Yvonne Alava, a junior nursing major from Redlands, Calif.
Howard-Payne Hall: director Cassandra Nappier; Christopher Bantz, a junior religion and church leadership major from Troy; Jonathan Zanaboni, a senior sports management major from Aurora; Ashley Novak, a senior biology major from Richland; Keely Zimmerman, a junior accounting major from O'Fallon; Cameron Blanton, a junior athletic training major from Arnold; Jacob Bush, a senior philosophy major from Sedalia; and Lyndsey Phillips, a sophomore education major from Bloomsdale.
Posted July 2, 2014