Three student life staff members promoted to associate deans
RELEASED: August 14, 2008
Patrick Noltemeyer, director of volunteer service and Bonner Program coordinator, is now associate dean and director of community service and the Bonner Program.Noltemeyer, a 2001 Centre graduate, joined the student life staff in 2003 to advise the College's nine inter/national fraternities and sororities. In spring of 2005, he accepted the position of director of volunteer service and Bonner Program coordinator. Noltemeyer completed his master's degree in higher education from the University of Kentucky. Prior to returning to Centre, Patrick served as a graduate assistant to Greek life at Georgetown College, a hall director at the University of Kentucky, and the director of scholars for the Kentucky Governor's Scholars Program. Patrick is currently pursuing a PhD at the University of Louisville.
Megan O'Brien, director of campus activities, is now associate dean and director of campus activities. O'Brien joined the student life staff in 2004 to advise the Student Government Association, Student Activities Council, coordinate campus events, and manage the Combs Activity Center. Her duties include coordinating educational programming and supporting student organizations. O'Brien is originally from Atlanta and graduated from Davidson College in North Carolina and completed her master's degree in higher education administration at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. Prior to working at Centre, O'Brien served as the director of orientation/assistant director for admissions and a hall director at Texas Tech University, and is currently pursuing a PhD at the University of Louisville.
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