College of Letters Arts and Sciences Associate Deans
College of Letters, Arts and Sciences Deans Office Staff
The Travel Manager processes all travel documents (including budgets), monitors Dean’s Innovation grant spending and PD management for CLAS. This positions also serves as the support person for Workday and corporate credit card.
Communications and Marketing Team
The Communications and Marketing Team executes data-driven enrollment and recruitment projects with the aim to advance equity and increase undergraduate enrollment for CLAS. The team also provides marketing and branding, outreach and communications, digital content and design, advertising, training and troubleshooting, college wide programming, initiatives and event support to the College, its departments and special programs.
We serve as the first stop for the College on any marketing, communications, and outreach assistance and work in collaboration with University Communications and Marketing (UCM) on any requested projects.
Marketing and Event Student Assistant[email protected]
CLAS Dean's Office Statement of Purpose and Values
Administrative Faculty and Professional Staff in the College of Letters, Arts and Sciences (CLAS) are united in a desire to create an inclusive, student-focused, and purposeful work environment. Dean’s Office personnel approach projects and everyday tasks with a solution-oriented mindset, supporting our students, colleagues, and campus community members through the following characteristics:
Dedication: Demonstrate an unwavering commitment to the institution and its people, focused on a deep level of “servingness” aligned with the CLAS vision, mission, and guiding principles.
Collaboration: Bring together a collection of individuals with varied talents and perspectives to analyze issues, solve complex problems, and improve operational systems.
Knowledge & Expertise: Utilize life and career experiences to reveal solutions and pathways, while encouraging continuous improvement, efficiencies, and a growth mindset.
Creativity: Explore unique approaches to problem-solving and work tasks empowered with the freedom of experimentation and testing the limits of capacity.