Randy Borawski was named the new technology services director for University Housing. He began at UofSC in 2004 and most recently served as Housing’s interactive media manager.
Jabari Bodrick is moving to the Leadership and Service Center to continue his work in service-learning and community engagement.
Dr. Warrenetta Crawford Mann will be joining Student Health Services as the director of Counseling & Psychiatry on Aug. 1. Mann came from the College of William and Mary where she served as the director of their counseling center. Her previous experience in college health includes work at the University of Virginia and the University of Cincinnati. Mann earned her Psy.D. from Spalding University, her M.A. from the University of Louisville and her B.A. from Vanderbilt University.
Erica Lake will leave the Career Center after serving more than eight years as the associate director for employer relations and working in the Division since 2003. Beginning August 1st, she will serve as the director of the center of corporate engagement for the College of Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management. She looks forward to continuing to collaborate with the Career Center and the Division of Student Affairs.
The Career Center also will be adding seven new staff members:
Taylor Pentz, career development coach for the Colleges of Education, Mass Communications and Information Studies, and the School of Music, joins the Career Center from the Florida State University Career Counseling program. He served as a career advisor, career counseling trainee, distance career advising intern, experiential learning intern, and co-instructor.
Katie Kinniburgh joins the Career Center as the career development coach for the College of Engineering & Computing. She is a recent graduate of James Madison University’s College Student Personnel Administration Master’s program. She received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Lindsay Julius has joined the Career Center as the career development coach for the health professions. Julius recently earned her master’s degree in higher education and student affairs from USC, where she served as a graduate assistant in the Career Center.
Alex Blauvelt joins the Career Center as the experiential education manager for the College of Arts & Sciences, Arnold School of Public Health, College of Pharmacy, School of Social Work, College of Education, and the School of Music. Prior to the Career Center, Blauvelt served as the USC Connect consultant within the University. He is a recent graduate from Slippery Rock University. Originally from Indiana, Blauvelt also has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Indiana-Purdue University of Fort Wayne (IPFW).
Christine Mosich has joined the Career Center as the experiential education program manager for the College of Engineering and Computing. She is a recent graduate of the Pennsylvania State University’s Master in Higher Education Student Affairs program. Christine obtained a bachelor’s degree in Childhood Education and Mathematics from the State University of New York at Cortland.
Shirisha Mudunuri has joined the Career Center as the experiential education manager for the Darla Moore School of Business, the College of Information and Communications and the College of Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management. Mudunuri is a recent graduate of USC’s Masters in Higher Education and Student Affairs program. Mudunuri also has a master’s degree in Management Studies from Duke University and a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of Richmond.
Maria Sturmer has joined the Career Center’s team as the marketing assistant after graduating from the University of South Carolina in May 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in Visual Communications. She served as the Career Center’s graphic artist intern her senior year and is excited about becoming a full-time employee.