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600 West Walnut Street
Danville, KY 40422
Kyle David Anderson is director of the Center for Global Citizenship, after serving as assistant professor of Chinese and chair of Asian studies at Centre College. He began working for the College in 2010 as an Arthur Vining Davis Post-Doctoral Teaching Fellow and was later named a Centre Scholar (2016). Anderson is a former Fulbright junior scholar (Taiwan) and Fulbright-Hays fellow (China and Italy). He holds degrees in comparative literature from Brigham Young University and The Pennsylvania State University, where he specialized in Chinese and Italian languages and literatures.
His literary scholarship deals with the history of Sino-Italian literary exchange. Recent work includes groundbreaking studies of Jiao Naifang’s adaptation of Boccaccio’s Decameron (An Eastern Decameron 东方十日谈, 2000) and Europe’s first chivalric romance focused on China (Il Magno Vitei, 1597). Anderson is also a translator of modern and contemporary Chinese and Italian poetry and prose. His work has appeared in Pathlight: New Chinese Writing, China Scenic, the Los Angeles Review of Books and others. He was awarded the Nanjing Young Literary Translators Award in 2015 for his work on avant-garde writer Su Tong’s novellas. Anderson currently serves as co-editor of the bilingual poetry quarterly, Poetrysky.
Anderson is also one of the College’s more active study abroad instructors, having lead 8 different trips to Asia, Europe and the UK in his first seven years at Centre. He introduced faculty and student groups to Southern China, Tibet, Thailand and Myanmar. His ongoing involvement in the College’s Henry Luce LIASE implementation grant has secured future opportunities for students to study and intern in Asia. Finally, Anderson is a founding member and Director of External Affairs of Myanmar’s first liberal arts college, the Parami Institute of Liberal Arts & Sciences.
His service to the campus community was recognized in 2013 with the annual C. Eric Mount, Jr. Student Appreciation Award.
Personal Website: kyledanderson.wordpress.com
File last updated: 8/14/17
Effective June 1, 2014, Joy took on the position of Director of the Center for Career & Professional Development. Joy is an alumna of Centre College, and has her M.S. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Kentucky. She has worked in the career center at Centre College for 15 years. Before coming to Centre, she was the Director of Graduate Employment Services at Spencerian College, and while a graduate student, interned at the University of Kentucky Career Center. She is active in the National and Southern region of the Association of Colleges and Employers and is the Past-President for the Kentucky Career Development Association. She is certified as a Master Career Specialist.
Since 2007 Dana has held the position of Director of Publications, in charge of designing projects for the Norton Center as well as other departments of Centre College. During her tenure, she has received numerous regional ADDY awards as well as a CASE award for her design work. Dana worked for 16 years as an Associate Graphic Art Director for Host Communications (presently IMG World), a company that provides sports marketing services for several NCAA Division I universities and athletic conferences. At Host, Dana art directed and produced design projects for many institutions including the University of Kentucky, Villanova University, the University of Georgia, Maryland University, etc, as well as for conferences like the SEC, Metro – Atlantic, Big 12, and Midwestern Collegiate. She is a Fine Arts graduate and has exhibited her work in Romania, Italy, and Washington, D.C..
Pam Baughman joined the Admission Office staff in 1993, shortly after graduating from Centre with a B.S. in Psychology. During Pam’s career in admission, she has held leadership roles with the Kentucky Association for College Admission Counseling and been an active member of the Centre College Alumni Board and other campus committees. One of her greatest professional and personal endeavors has been mentoring students through the Posse Scholars Program. Currently, Pam works most closely with students from the local area and those considering transfer admission. She considers herself fortunate to have experienced Centre as a student, alumnus, staff and now parent. Her family includes many Centre alums and she is delighted that the tradition has continued. Pam is a native of Northern Kentucky.
File last updated: 11/16/16
Glenda has worked at Centre since August 11, 1998. She provides clerical support for the Vice President for Human Resources & Administrative Services, Payroll and Benefits Coordinator, and the Human Resources Generalist.
Glenda received the Centre College staff recognition award in 2002. She served on the Centre Staff Congress as President and also Secretary.
Before coming to Centre Glenda was employed by Rector-Hayden Realtors in Lexington. She is a graduate of Marion County High School in Lebanon, Kentucky.
Anita, a Danville native, joined the Student Life staff in 2001. She comes to Centre from a local manufacturing facility where she was a Human Resources Assistant for 16 years. One of her major responsibilities in the Student Life Office is the publication of the student handbook which is given to each student. She also publishes the yearly Centre College Directory.
Produces digital photography and videography in support of College-wide marketing, recruitment, fundraising, and stewardship efforts. Also, manages the College’s digital archive and its Instagram, Flickr, Vimeo, and YouTube channels.
Robert comes to us from Richmond, Virginia. He studied at the School of Media Arts and Design at James Madison University and worked at the National Center for State Courts as their chief photographer and digital media assistant. Robert brings a wealth of experience, creativity, and talent to this position. Beyond his impressive still photography, he offers strong skills as a videographer and brings a savvy eye to other areas of importance in our office, such as digital archiving and social media.
Kathryn has degrees from Berea College and the University of Kentucky. Her previous employment history includes working with a college consortium to manage student scholarship and faculty fellowship programs. Her primary responsibilities at Centre include sponsored research administration and assisting the director of corporate and foundation relations.
Kiera is from Florence, Ky., and a 2016 Centre College graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in International Studies. She joined the Student Life Office in July of 2016. She co-advises the Student Activates Council, manages Campus Activities programming, and assists with student conduct. While at Centre, Kiera served as the Leadership Chair for Alpha Delta Pi sorority, served as an executive member on Student Activities Council, and was a Student Government Association representative. She studied abroad in China and Thailand, and had an internship in China with Shanghai Green Antiques.
Randy is a graduate of Lincoln County High School and joined the Centre College Department of Public Safety as an office in 2001. Prior to working at Centre, Randy was a floor sub-contractor for 19 years.
Liz is from Lawrenceburg, Ky., and graduated from Centre College in 2015 with a BA in anthropology/sociology. She joined the Student Life Office as the Community Service Coordinator in July 2016. In this role, she helps manage the Bonner Scholars Program and assists in all community service engagement on campus. While at Centre, Liz was a Bonner Scholar and served as the Bonner Congress Representative and Senior Intern. She was the co-President of CentrePeace, a TA for Intro Anthropology courses, and studied abroad in Ghana, Guatemala, and Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Sallie joined the performing arts staff in August 2012 after four years as Academic Affairs Coordinator. Before coming to Centre, she worked as a freelance writer and photographer and as Outreach Coordinator for the local humane society. A native of Danville, she is a graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Journalism.
Staff Congress Representative
2012 — 2015
Meredith joined the Centre Human Resources office as the payroll and benefits coordinator in September of 2007, and became human resources operations manager and director of the Greater Kentucky Higher Education Recruitment Consortium in 2018. Her responsibilities include a variety of duties including: To administer and coordinate all aspects of Centre College payroll (quarterly taxes and reports, W-2s, etc.), coordinate all benefit billings (retirement plan remittances, etc.), handle day-to-day applications of employee benefits (health, vision, dental, life and cancer insurances, long-term disability, retirement plan, flexible spending accounts, tuition benefits, FMLA, unemployment, workers compensation, employee benefit time etc.), compile and report HR data for AAUP, IPEDS, OES, CUPA and various other surveys for the College. She regularly assists employees and students with any payroll or benefits related questions, issues or concerns.
Before coming to Centre Meredith was the treasurer and benefits specialist for Grant County Board of Education from 2004 to 2007 and before that benefits specialist and HR generalist for Provident Bank from 2000 to 2004.
Meredith is a 2000 graduate of the University of the Cumberlands with a B.A in Business Administration with an emphasis in management and a minor in psychology.