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Kelsie serves as an assistant director of enrollment management. In her role, she counsels prospective students regarding degree offerings and the admissions processes. Additionally, she serves as primary support for recruitment and admissions initiatives for the Master of Science in Threat and Response Management.
Kelsie holds a master’s degree in political science and a bachelor’s degree in sociology. Prior to joining the University of Chicago, Kelsie served as an enrollment advisor for graduate programs at Loyola University Chicago. She has extensive experience in student advising, recruitment, and career counseling.
Amanda is the Assistant Director of Student Advising and Research Projects for Health and Human Sciences, which includes both the MScBMI and MScTRM programs. In her role, she manages the Capstone program and advising process for both programs. She also manages relationships with various industry partners to both programs. Amanda received her B.S. in Health Science with a Minor in Humanities from San Jose State University, and an MPH in Community Health Sciences from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Before her current role, Amanda worked in the nonprofit industry for two years as a substance misuse prevention training and technical assistant specialist. She has seven years of combined academic and professional experience, including graduate student programming.
Renaissance McIntyre is the Program Manager for the Master of Science in Biomedical Informatics. In this role, she works closely with students and instructors to trouble-shoot issues and manage new student on-boarding, programming, course scheduling, and day-to-day operations for the program. Renaissance has a Master of Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction, with a focus on College Student Affairs, and a Master of Arts degree in Library and Information Science, both from the University of South Florida. Additionally, she has over eight years of experience working with graduate students.
Mary oversees all of the professional masters and noncredit programs at the Graham School. Mary was most recently the Associate Dean, Academic Programs at Northwestern University School of Professional Studies, where she oversaw all undergraduate, graduate, and professional development programs. Mary had been with Northwestern since 2008 and also held posts as the Director and the Assistant Dean of Graduate Programs. Prior to Northwestern, Mary oversaw academic operations and student advising at Cardean Learning, an innovative online learning company.
Mary completed her PhD in English, Communication, and Media Studies at the University of Chicago and has taught communications and writing courses for the Humanities Division, Medical School, and Booth School of Business. Mary has spent her career working in the field of adult and continuing education, and she is excited to return to University of Chicago and to contribute to the continued success of the Graham School.
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