Student Life Feature 1

Office of Residence Life Staff

Bruce Peterson

Bruce Peterson

Dean of Students

Dept: Dean of Students Office

740-376-4531

petersob@marietta.edu

bruce.peterson@marietta.edu

Office: Andrews Hall

 


 

Amanda Mullen

Amanda Mullen

Assistant Dean of Students

Dept: Dean of Students Office

740-376-4642

am002@marietta.edu

Office: Andrews Hall, Room 110

Degrees: M.Ed in Student Development in Higher Education with a concentration in Leadership Development and Students from the University of Maine; B.S. in Child Development and Family Relations with a concentration in Early Childhood Education from the University of Maine

Year appointed: 2010

 


 

Joe Hohman

Joe Hohman

Community Coordinator

Dept: Dean of Students Office

740-376-3484

jph007@marietta.edu

Office:

Degrees: Master of Education in Student Affairs in Higher Education, Kutztown University; Bachelor of Arts in Speech Communication, Kutztown University.

Year appointed: 2013

Mr. Hohman is the Community Coordinator for Small Group Housing (Fayerweather, Pioneer, A&H, Hopewell, Delta Tau Delta and Harmar). He trains, supervises and evaluates the Community Assistants, as well as ensures the health and safety of every student is met. He also serves as a liaison to the Office of Diversity and Inclusion by advising several student organizations in the LGBT community. He is also a liaison to the LGBT Task Force.

 


 

Branden Chambers

Name: Branden Chambers

Title: Community Coordinator

Dept: Dean of Students

740-376-4532

bsc001@marietta.edu

Office: Andrews 110

Degrees: Master of Arts in Communication, East Carolina University, 2013; Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Communication and Public Relations, Marietta College, 2011.

Year appointed: 2014

Branden is the Community Coordinator for McCoy Hall and Campus Housing Officer. As a student at Marietta, he worked in the Office of Student Life and in 2014 he returned to his alma mater to take the role of Community Coordinator.

Branden serves as a member of the LGBTQ+ Task Force and Co-facilitates SafeZone trainings across campus.

 


 

Tanya Jarrell

Name: Laura Jacob

Title: Coordinator of Campus Involvement & Community Coordinator

Dept: Dean of Students

740-376-4483

lej002@marietta.edu

Office: Andrews 112

Degrees: Master of Science in Education, Higher Education Administration (University of Kansas); Bachelor of Arts, English and Theatre (Doane College)

Year appointed: 2014

Laura works in the Office of Campus Involvement, the central hub for student activities and involvement on campus. As a Coordinator of Campus Involvement, she oversees fraternity and sorority life, serving as the advisor to both Panhellenic Council and Interfraternity Council. She can also be found supervising the group/club registration process, training student organization leaders, and approving campus events hosted by student groups. Meanwhile, she lives in Marietta Hall and serves as the Community Coordinator, supervising a staff of Community Advisors and keeping our first-year students safe and sound.

Prior to joining the Division of Student Life at Marietta College, Laura organized community service opportunities and directed a residence hall at Baker University while earning her master’s degree at the University of Kansas.

In her spare time, Laura enjoys performing and watching theatre, spending time with her fiancée and Yorkshire terrier, and keeping everyone laughing.

 


 

Glenn Richards

Glenn Richards

Title: Community Coordinator

Dept: Dean of Students

740-376-4842

grr001@marietta.edu

Office: Andrews 109

Degrees: Master of Science in College Student Personnel Administration, University of Central Missouri; Bachelor of Science in an Interdisciplinary Major in Children’s Literature and Drama/Theatre for the Young & Comprehensive Communications, Eastern Michigan University

Year appointed: 2014

Glenn is one of the Community Coordinators for the First-Year Complex. He oversees the Dorothy Webster Complex (Dorothy Webster, Elsie Newton and Mary Beach Halls) and Russell Hall. He serves as a guide and resource for the incoming first year students and trains, supervises and evaluates the Community Assistants, as well as ensures the health and safety of every student is met.

 


 

Dean of Students Office staff members possessing a M.Ed. in Higher Education have received extensive education via a curriculum containing student development theory, contemporary legal and administrative trends, and education in building relationships and supporting diverse student groups. The M.Ed. degrees ensure that activities, decisions, and policies created and administered by the Office of the Dean of Students are backed by leading research, proven techniques, and incorporate the latest positive trends and ideas.