Deanne Jackson named registrar for Missouri S&T

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On May 24, 2012

Deanne Jackson has been named registrar for Missouri University of Science and Technology effective June 1.

Jackson has served as interim director of records and registration and campus project manager for PeopleSoft since August. She has been with S&T for 17 years, the last 10 gathering progressive management experience within the registrar’s office.

“I’m looking forward to the future and what it has to hold with new and exciting technology, such as the upgrade to PeopleSoft version 9.0, the implementation of our software and other software additions to help enhance our student experience on campus,” says Jackson.

She was chosen for the position following a nationwide search, says Laura Stoll, vice provost and dean of enrollment management.

“I want to thank the search committee and its chair, Dr. Larry Gragg, for their hard work in selecting three strong finalists for the position,” Stoll says. “I am confident Deanne will do an excellent job leading the registrar’s office as well as the campus Student Administration System. Her experience was an overwhelming factor in the selection. She is well respected by those that work with her.”

Jackson joined S&T in 1995 and through a series of positions with progressive responsibility was named assistant registrar in 2002 and associate registrar in 2006.

She is a member of the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers, the Missouri Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers and the Alliance/Higher Education Users Group for PeopleSoft. Jackson also completed the University of Missouri System’s Administrative Leadership Development Program.

Jackson holds an associate of science degree in computer science and a bachelor of science degree in business administration from Columbia College and a master of education degree in higher education administration from the University of Missouri-St. Louis.

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